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Erick Avari

Erick Avari was born on April 13, 1952 in Darjeeling, India. His credits include leading roles in films from Kevin Reynolds' cult classic The Beast of War (1988) to commercial megahits such as Stargate - La porte des étoiles (1994), Independence Day (1996), The Mummy (1999) and Planet of the Apes (2001). His comedic skills have landed him starring roles in the Adam Sandler remake Mr. Deeds (2002), For Love or Money (1993) and Woody Allen's only television film Don't Drink the Water (1994). He is also featured in Revelation (2002), The Glass House (2001) and has a starring role in Michael Meredith's Three Days of Rain (2002) and Dancing in Twilight (2005). His long theatrical background has garnered him critical acclaim for several roles at the Joseph Papp Public Theatre in New York City, including his portrayal of Vasquez in "'Tis Pity She's a Whore" and the Broadway hit, "The King and I".Avari has had the pleasure of performing in some of the most prestigious regional theatres in the country, including The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Chicago's Goodman Theater and The Cleveland Playhouse, playing roles such as the King in "King Lear" and Joseph Smith in the Mabou Mines production of "The Morman Project". On television, in addition to his recurring role as Kasuf on Stargate SG-1 (1997), he has played notable roles on Heroes (2006), Cybill (1995), Cheers (1982), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), Murder, She Wrote (1984), NYPD Blue (1993) and several made-for-television films.

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Apr 13, 1952 In Darjeeling, India
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Cheers 1982-09-30
Latest Project:
Series Scorpion 2014-09-22

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Known For
Poster of Grimm
Poster of Castle
Poster of The Mentalist
Poster of Heroes
Madam Secretary Unknown 2014-09-21
Scorpion Unknown 2014-09-22
Major Crimes Unknown 2012-08-13
Grimm Unknown 2011-10-28
Human Target Unknown 2010-01-17
Covert Affairs Unknown 2010-07-13
Parenthood Unknown 2010-03-02
Lie to Me Unknown 2009-01-21
Party Down Unknown 2009-03-20
Castle Unknown 2009
NCIS: Los Angeles Unknown 2009-09-22
Warehouse 13 Unknown 2009-07-07
Hung Unknown 2009-06-28
Mental Unknown 2009-05-26
The Middleman Unknown 2008-06-16
The Mentalist Unknown 2008-09-23
Leverage Unknown 2008-12-07
The Sarah Silverman Program. Unknown 2007-02-01
Burn Notice Unknown 2007-06-28
Heroes Unmasked Unknown 2007-07-25
Dirty Sexy Money Unknown 2007-09-26
Heroes Unknown 2006-09-25
The O.C. Unknown 2003-08-05
Dragnet Sanjay Ramachandran 9 episodes, 2003 2003-02-02
Hope & Faith Unknown 2003-09-26
Tru Calling Unknown 2003-10-30
NCIS Unknown 2003-09-23
Everwood Unknown 2002-09-16
Star Trek: Enterprise Unknown 2001-09-26
Thieves Unknown 2001-09-28
Alias Unknown 2001-09-30
Law & Order: Criminal Intent Unknown 2001-09-30
The District Unknown 2000-10-07
The West Wing Unknown 1999-09-22
Judging Amy Unknown 1999-09-19
The Wild Thornberrys Unknown 1998-09-01
Felicity Unknown 1998-09-29
Stargate SG-1 Unknown 1997-07-27
Dharma & Greg Unknown 1997-09-24
Mr. & Mrs. Smith Unknown 1996-09-02
Profiler Unknown 1996-09-21
VR.5 Unknown 1995-03-10
Cybill Unknown 1995-01-02
Baywatch Nights Unknown 1995-09-25
JAG Unknown 1995-09-23
Chicago Hope Unknown 1994-09-18
The X-Files Unknown 1993-09-10
Babylon 5 Unknown 1993-02-22
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Unknown 1993-01-03
SeaQuest 2032 Unknown 1993-09-12
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Unknown 1993-09-12
NYPD Blue Unknown 1993-09-21
Martin Unknown 1992-08-27
Mad About You Unknown 1992-09-23
Dream On Unknown 1990-07-08
Wings Unknown 1990-04-19
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Unknown 1990-09-10
Law & Order Unknown 1990-09-13
Seinfeld Unknown 1989-07-05
Roseanne Unknown 1988-10-18
Murphy Brown Unknown 1988-11-14
Star Trek: The Next Generation Unknown 1987-09-26
L.A. Law Unknown 1986-09-15
Murder, She Wrote Unknown 1984-09-30
Cheers Unknown 1982-09-30