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STEVEN CULP (Martin Blythe as an adult) portrayed Robert E Kennedy in the critically acclaimed Thirteen Days, opposite Kevin Costner. His previous film credits include Nurse Betty, James and the Giant Peach (as James' father), Fearless, Dead Again and Gross Anatomy. He can be seen in Star Trek: Nemesis.

On television, Culp has gained wide recognition for his recurring role as the mysterious CIA operative Clayton Webb on the CBS series JAG. His numerous guest-starring roles include appearances on ER, T he Practice, Crossing Jordan, Philly, Ally McBeal, Providence, and Boston Public. He was John Hay in the Emmy-award winning NBC miniseries Gore Vidal Lincoln opposite Sam Waterston and Mary Tyler Moore. For Cinemax, he starred in How To Make A Monster, produced by Stan Winston and directed by George Huang. He starred with Angela Lansbury in the CBS MOW A Story To Die For, and with Mira Sorvino in Norma Jean and Marilyn for HBO. He can be seen this fall in the ABC series Push, Nevada, produced by Ben Affleck and Sean Bailey.

On stage, Culp has received Drama-Logue awards for his work in Angels In America at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and the west coast premiere of Nicky Silver's Raised in Captivity at South Coast Rep. He has worked with many of the top playwrights and directors in the American theatre, starring in the premieres of Tony Kushner's Slavs at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, Terence McNally's The Lisbon Traviata (Theatre Off-Park), A.R. Gurney, Jr.'s Sweet Site (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Keith Reddin's Highest Standard of Living (Playwright's Horizo ns), Jonathan Tolli ns' If Memory Serves (Pasadena Playhouse), and Neil Simon's Actors and Actresses (Hartman Theatre). He starred opposite Annette Bening in Coastal Disturbances on Broadway, and appeared with Kevin Kline in Richard III in Central Park. He was seen most recently in the hit play Art at South Coast Rep.


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