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  1. www.imdb.com › name › nm0642368Terry O'Quinn - IMDb

    Terry O'Quinn, Actor: Lost. Terrance Quinn (born July 15, 1952), known professionally as Terry O'Quinn, is an American actor. He played John Locke on the TV series Lost (2004), the title role in The Stepfather (1987) and Stepfather II: Make Room for Daddy (1989), and Peter Watts in Millennium (1996), which ran for three seasons (1996-1999).

  2. 24/04/2022 · Terry O'Quinn's biggest claim to fame is playing John Locke on Lost, but he also played four different roles within the universe of The X-Files.Given The X-Files' long run on TV and the largely standalone nature of its episodes, it's not really surprising that certain actors ended up appearing in multiple roles.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › TerryTerry - Wikipedia

    Terry O'Quinn (born 1952), American actor best known for playing John Locke on the TV series Lost Terry Pilkadaris (born 1973), Australian golfer Terry Pratchett (1948–2015), fantasy author known for the Discworld series of books

  4. 15/04/2022 · Deputy Liv (Elizabeth Bowen) heavily suspects that there might be alien activity going on in Patience, and there's only one person she can call... Terry O'Quinn's Alien Tracker! Resident Alien showrunner/executive producer confirmed the character's return in the second half of Season 2 on SYFY during a chat with Jackie Jennings and Juan Cadavid (co-hosts of the official Resident Alien After-Show).

  5. 05/06/1987 · The Stepfather: Directed by Joseph Ruben. With Terry O'Quinn, Jill Schoelen, Shelley Hack, Charles Lanyer. After murdering his entire family, a man marries a widow with a teenage daughter in another town and prepares to do it all over again.

  6. 27/04/2022 · You can only select/view one subcommittee at a time. Related subcommittees will appear when clicking on committees in the left column.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Trust_No_1Trust No 1 - Wikipedia

    Terry O'Quinn guest starred in the episode. "Trust No 1" was written by series creator Chris Carter along with executive producer Frank Spotnitz ; it was directed by Tony Wharmby. [3] The episode features former leading star David Duchovny via the use of previously shot footage.