Jere Burns

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Jerald Eugene "Jere" Burns II (born October 15, 1954) is an American actor.

Early life

Burns was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the son of a homemaker and a gown and cap manufacturer. Burns was drawn to acting late in college. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1980 Burns moved to Manhattan and was cast in the title role in Don Juan at the New York Shakespeare Festival.


His Broadway theatre credits include Hairspray and After the Night and the Music.

Burns made his television debut in a small role on ABC's Mom's On Strike in 1984. He had a recurring role as pathological rapist James Fitzsimmons on Hill Street Blues and body collector Breugel on Max Headroom. In 1988 he landed the plum role of sleazy Kirk Morris on Dear John. In 1989 he appeared in the William Lustig film Hit List as Jared Riley. He appeared as the villainous Cade Dalton on the NBC miniseries The Luck of the Draw (1991), hateful Vice-President of Sales Pete Schmidt on Bob (1993), a member of the feuding family in Greedy (1994), Jack Farrell in Something So Right (1996), Ben Stuart (father to Lindsay Lohan's character) in Life-Size a made-for-TV film (2000) starring Tyra Banks. He acted as Harry's brother in The Trouble with Harry; an episode of the series Twice in a Lifetime directed by David Winning (2000); Frank Alfonse on Good Morning, Miami...
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