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Sam Trammell

Sam Trammell studied at Brown University and the University of Paris and has worked in regional theater, on Broadway, off-Broadway and in film and television. Trammell performed at Lincoln Center in "Ancestral Voices" and in 1998 "Ah, Wilderness," for which he received a Tony nomination. He additionally starred in numerous plays on the New York stage including "Kit Marlowe," ''If Memory Serves' and "My Night with Reg." Trammell was seen in Joan Chen's "Autumn in New York," opposite Richard Gere and Winona Ryder. His independent film credits include "At the End of the Day," "Beat," and "Wrestling with Alligators," On television, Trammell appeared in "Without Warning," CBS/Hallmark Hall of Fame's "Harvest of Fire" and in the series "Maximum Bob," "Trinity" and "Sullivan Street." He most recently starred in the Showtime series "Going to California." [+]