Steve Cooper talks with actor Currie Graham. Currie currently can be seen as Mario Silleti on Murder in the First and upcoming as Calvin Chadwick in Agent Carter. HE has been acting for over two decades and has filled up his resume with a variety of television and film credits from a wide array of roles and genres since the late ’80s. Graham is known for playing Lt. Thomas Bale, the micromanaging station commander in the final season of the TV program NYPD Blue. His other regular starring TV appearances include the final season of the TV program Suddenly Susan as the male lead/romantic interest Nate Knaborski. His television debut was a guest appearance in an episode of Just the Ten of Us in 1988. It wasn’t until in 1992 that he followed that up playing a part in a Law & Order episode. During the next three years, Graham did a handful of films and made-for-TV movies including the crime dramedy Money for Nothing (1993). While primarily recognized as a TV actor, he has added several film credits to his name including the action thrillers Rancid (2004) and Assault on Precinct 13. He has established a prolific career in television with multiple guest-starring roles, including recurring roles in House playing the husband of Dr. House’s ex-girlfriend Stacy, 24 as Ted Cofell, Boston Legal as ADA Frank ‘My Name Appears Second on the Ballot this November’ Ginsberg, Desperate Housewives as Lynette Scavo’s boss, Ed Ferrara, and in Men in Trees as Supervisor Richard Ellis, the romantic interest of local chief of police Celia Bachelor. Other guest appearances include TV shows as Judging Amy, Patrick Lehane on the TV Mini-Series Would Be Kings, CSI, Criminal Minds, Ghost Whisperer, Lie to Me, The Mentalist and Castle. Recently, he appeared in the direct-to-DVD film Stargate: The Ark of Truth, a film conclusion of the Stargate SG-1 television franchise, as IOA agent James Marrick, and then he went to star as Nick Balco in the series Raising the Bar.

Currie Graham