Paul Guilfoyle

Paul Guilfoyle

  • Born on
    • April 28th, 1949
Paul Guilfoyle is an American stage and screen actor, best known for playing Captain Jim Brass on the television series "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation". He graduated from Yale University in 1977 with a major in economics and studied at the Actor's Studio in New York City. He is often mistakenly referred to as the son of character actor Paul Guilfoyle but they are not related.


Acting (42 Credits)

2021Don't Look Up as General themes
2016Pandemic as Doctor Greer
2015CSI Las Vegas: Grave Danger as Jim Brass
2015Spotlight as Peter Conley
2015CSI: Immortality as Jim Brass
2002Live from Baghdad as Ed Turner
2001Session 9 as Bill Griggs
2000Company Man as Officer Hickle
1999In Dreams as Detective Jack Kay
1999Entropy as Andy
1999Random Hearts as Dick Montoya
1999Anywhere But Here as George Franklin
1998Exiled as Detective Sammy Kurtz
1998One Tough Cop as Frankie 'Hot' Salvino
1998Primary Colors as Howard Ferguson
1998The Negotiator as Nathan Roenick (uncredited)
1997Air Force One as Chief of Staff Lloyd 'Shep' Shepherd
1997L.A. Confidential as Mickey Cohen
1997Amistad as Attorney
1996A Couch in New York as Dennis
1996Manny & Lo as Country House Owner
1996Celtic Pride as Kevin O'Grady
1996Striptease as Malcolm Moldovsky
1996Extreme Measures as Dr. Jeffrey Manko
1996Night Falls on Manhattan as McGovern
1996Heaven's Prisoners as Det. Magelli
1996Ransom as Wallace
1994Little Odessa as Boris Volkoff
1994Quiz Show as Lishman
1993Naked in New York as Roman
1993The Night We Never Met as Sparrow's Nest Salesman
1993Mrs. Doubtfire as Head Chef
1992Final Analysis as Mike O'Brien
1992Hoffa as Ted Harmon
1991True Colors as John Laury
1990The Local Stigmatic as Ray
1990Cadillac Man as Little Jack Turgeon
1988The Serpent and the Rainbow as Andrew Cassedy
1987Three Men and a Baby as Vince
1987Beverly Hills Cop II as Nikos Thomopolis
1987Wall Street as Stone Livingston
1986Howard the Duck as Lieutenant Welker

Himself (1 Credits)



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