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STEPHEN COLLINS (Joe) began acting professionally while still at Amherst College. Later, Broadway success in The Ritz (1975) led to his feature debut in All the President's Men (1976). Collins received wide exposure in Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) as the commander.

He made his television-movie debut as an FBI agent in Brinks: The Great Robbery (1976) and followed up with his first miniseries, The Rhinemann Exchange (1977). Collins earned an Emmy nomination for his work in the miniseries The Two Mrs. Grenvilles (1987), opposite Ann-Margret, and also starred in the Emmy-winning A Woman Named Jackie (1991).

Numerous other feature film credits include Stella (1990) and The First Wives Club (1999), both which starred Bette Midler; Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986); Brewster's Millions (1985); and The Promise (1979). In 1999 he co-starred with his wife, actress Faye Grant, in Drive Me Crazy; the two portrayed a once-married couple and the parents of Melissa Joan Hart's character.

Also an accomplished writer, his play Super Sunday was produced at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and Collins' first novel, "Eye Contact,” was a national bestseller. A 2005 short film, Next of Kin, which he wrote and directed, was a festival award winner.

Collins currently continues as Eric Camden in 7th Heaven, now in its 11th season on the new CW Network.

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