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Tom Everett

An Oregonian by birth, son of Viennese parents, Tom Everett is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio, recipient of an ITT International Fellowship (in the Fulbright Competition) to The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, an MFA graduate of New York University's School of the Arts, cellist, guitarist, and country singer-songwriter featured on the RCA album Tom Everett: Porchlight On In Oregon and the independent CD entitled Still Waters (A Collection of Years).

Everett spent 14 years in New York studying privately with a variety of teachers, appeared in five Broadway shows and acted in several top off-Broadway venues. His favorite experiences included being directed by the legendary George Abbott in the comedy Winning Isn't Everything and essaying the lead role of Evan in Joe Hindy's Carnival of Glorie. Everett also spent a season with The American Shakespeare Theatre and worked at Arena Stage, McCarter Theatre, Walnut Street Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse and the Eugene O'Neill Playwright's Conference.

Highlights of Everett's film work include a wide variety of co-starring roles in Dances With Wolves, Air Force One, My Fellow Americans, Vaya Con Dios (aka Hard Time Romance), Best of the Best, Prison, Leatherface, the upcoming Mi Amigo, Crazy as Hell, and cameos in The Goodbye Girl, Beverly Hills Cop, Die Hard 2, Thirteen Days and Pearl Harbor. On television, Everett guest-starred in the premiere pilot of The Beast; other guest appearances include Alias, The District, C-16, Space: Above and Beyond, Birdland and Cheers, including recurring roles on Picket Fences and Profiler; his movies-of-the-week include, among others, Last Rites, Crash Landing, To Heal A Nation and Gore Vidal's Billy the Kid.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.

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