Terry O’Quinn is an American actor born in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan on July 15, 1952. He is best known for his roles in the television shows Lost and Millennium and for his roles in the films The Stepfather and Stepfather II. He moved to Baltimore, Maryland in the 1970s to act at Center Stage in the production of Tartuffe and continued acting at Center Stage for several years. In 1980 he made his debut in film in the movie Heaven’s Gate and has since has roles in the films The Doctors, Mrs. Soffel, Silver Bullet, SpaceCamp, Mischief, Black Widow, Young Guns, Pin, The Stepfather, Blind Fury, Blood Oath, The Forgotten One, Son of the Morning Star, Company Business, The Cutting Edge, Breast Men and more. He made his debut on television in 1982 in the show Tales of the Unexpected and has also had roles in the shows The Twilight Zone, Jake and the Fatman, Moonlighting, Miami Vice, Matlock, Visions of Murder, Star Trek: The Next Generation, The X-Files, JAG, Alias, NCIS, The West Wing, Harsh Realm, Lost, Patriot, Castle Rock and others. Throughout his career he has been nominated for a number of awards and as won a Screen Actors Guild Award, a Primetime Emmy Award, two Gold Derby Awards and more.