Dennis Quaid

Quaid in 2024 Dennis William Quaid (born April 9, 1954) is an American actor. He is known for his leading man roles in film and television. ''The Guardian'' named Quaid one of the best actors never to have received an Academy Award nomination.

Quaid is known for his starring roles in ''Breaking Away'' (1979), ''The Right Stuff'' (1983), ''The Big Easy'' (1986), ''Innerspace'' (1987), ''Great Balls of Fire!'' (1989), ''Dragonheart'' (1996), ''The Parent Trap'' (1998), ''Frequency'' (2000), ''The Rookie'' (2002), ''The Day After Tomorrow'' (2004), ''In Good Company'' (2004), ''Flight of the Phoenix'' (2004), ''Yours, Mine & Ours'' (2005), and ''Vantage Point'' (2008). Quaid received a Golden Globe Award nomination for his role in ''Far from Heaven'' (2002).

Quaid also acted in ''The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia'' (1981), ''Jaws 3-D'' (1983), ''Come See the Paradise'' (1990), ''Any Given Sunday'' (1999), ''Traffic'' (2000), ''American Dreamz'' (2006), ''Footloose'' (2011), ''Playing for Keeps'' (2012), ''Truth'' (2015), ''Midway'' (2019), and ''Strange World'' (2022). He portrayed President Bill Clinton in the HBO film ''The Special Relationship'' (2010), for which Quaid earned nominations for a Primetime Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award and Screen Actors Guild Award. He also portrayed Deputy US Marshal Sherrill Lynn in the Paramount+ Western series ''Lawmen: Bass Reeves'' (2023). Provided by Wikipedia
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