Michael Ironside Net Worth

Michael Ironside Net Worth is
$8 Million

Michael Ironside Biography

Michael Ironside net worthy of: Michael Ironside is a Canadian actor who includes a net worthy of of $8 million dollars. Michael Ironside, also called Frederick Reginald Ironside, was created in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He excelled at composing as a teenager, earning a playwriting prize for his 1st perform, “The Shelter”, when he was fifteen, among additional composing honors. Michael Ironside was students at the Ontario University of Art. He started his professional acting profession in the late 70s, and spent some time working steadily in film, tv, and gaming projects since that time. In 2000, the actor got a job in “AN IDEAL Storm” and four years from then on, he made an appearance in “The Machinist”. He’s most more popular for his tone of voice over use such animated series as “Superman” and “Transformers Primary”, and for his functions in “X-Men: HIGH GRADE” and “Justified”. One of is own most iconic 1980s functions was as Lieutenant Commander Rick Heatherly, call indication “Jester” in the blockbuster Best Gun. His mom was a housewife, whereas his dad worked as a road light engineer. Michael Ironside provides earned a huge component of his net value because of his profession as an actor. Moreover, he has made an appearance as a tone of voice actor, screenwriter, director and maker. He worked not merely on Canadian but also on American productions. Michael Ironside is mainly known for challenging and villain individuals, which he portrayed in a variety of films. Thus, most of these appearances also have increased the existing size of Michael Ironside net worthy of. In 1991, the actor got a job in “Highlander II: The Quickening”. It’s been reported that the existing estimate of Michael Ironside net worthy of is really as much as 8 million dollars. He was created in a big family members as he is among five kids. He continued to wait the Ontario University of Artwork. When he was 15 years previous, he wrote his initial play known as “The Shelter”, which became successful of the initial place in a university’s competition. He in addition has voiced some individuals in video games, such as for example “Order & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars” and “Splinter Cell”. In 1997, Michael Ironside made an appearance in another film by Paul Verhoeven, as before he made an appearance in his creation “Total Recall”, known as “Starship Troopers”. He got a job of a crook in “Chaindance”. In 1983, he appeared in a single bout of the series known as “The A-Group”. In 1984, Michael Ironside got his breakthrough when he made an appearance in “V: THE ULTIMATE Fight” as Ham Tyler. Various other films, where he appeared from then on, included “Top Gun”, “Intensive Prejudice”, “Total Recall” and “Watchers”. Most of these appearances possess added up too much to the existing sum of Michael Ironside net worthy of, aswell. The actor was created in 1950 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Twelve months afterwards, he made an appearance in “Killer Picture”. In 1981, the actor got one of is own first functions in “Scanners”, where he played the component of Darryl Revok. He provides appeared in such functions as “Power Play”, “The Family members Man”, “Scanners”, “Double Detrimental”, “American Nightmare”, “The A-Team”, “V: THE ULTIMATE Fight”, “V”, “Total Recall”, “Highlander 2: The Quickening”, “Chaindance” (which he also wrote), “Point of Influence”, “Tales from the Crypt”, “Main Payne”, and “Smallville”. Twelve months afterwards, he got a job of a serial killer in the film known as “Going to Hours”. One of is own most latest appearances has been around “Terminator Salvation”, which includes also added up to the present quantity of Michael Ironside net worthy of. Furthermore to his appearances as an actor, he in addition has appeared as a tone of voice artist every once in awhile. Such productions consist of “Superman: The Animated Series”, “Justice Group”, “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns” and “Smallville”. In 1967, Michael Ironside was awarded the Senior composing award at Riverdale Collegiate Institute. This year 2010, the actor made an appearance as a guest in “Burn Notice”. In 2011, Michael Ironside got the function of the Captain of the 7th Fleet in the film called “X-Men: HIGH GRADE”. In 2013, he made an appearance in the animated Television series called “Transformers Primary Beast Hunters”. As a result, all this work in addition has added up to the present quantity of Michael Ironside net worthy of.

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Quick Facts

Full NameMichael Ironside
Net Worth$8 Million
Date Of BirthFebruary 12, 1950
Height1.78 m
ProfessionScreenwriter, Film producer, Editor, Voice Actor, Film director, Playwright
EducationOCAD University
SpouseKaren Marls Dimwiddie
ChildrenAdrienne Ironside, Findlay Ironside
ParentsPatricia June Passmore, Robert Walter Ironside
NominationsAcademy of Canadian Cinema and Television Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role, Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series, Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
MoviesTotal Recall, Starship Troopers, Top Gun, Scanners, Turbo Kid, The Machinist, Terminator Salvation, Highlander II: The Quickening, X-Men: First Class, Extreme Prejudice, The Next Karate Kid, Visiting Hours, Free Willy, Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone, The Perfect Storm, Synchronicity, Major Payne, Extraterrestrial, The Alphabet Killer, Heavy Metal 2000, The Omega Code, Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II, Guncrazy, Ice Soldiers, Reeker, Beneath the Blue, The Falcon and the Snowman, Guy X, Killer Image, McBain, Chaindance, The Glass Shield, The Vagrant, Children of the Corn: Revelation, Lake Placid 3, Crime and Punishment in Suburbia, Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling, Black Ice, Beyond Redemption, Nowhere to Hide, Portraits Of A Killer, Hardwired, Desert Blue, Bloodsuckers, Nuremberg, Storm Cell, Forced to Kill, 1st Bite, High-Ballin', Mindstorm, Tokyo Cowboy
TV ShowsYoung Blades, Justice League, The Last Chapter II: The War Continues, seaQuest DSV, V: The Final Battle, V, The Last Chapter, Tokyo Trial

Interesting Facts

1 Has turned down roles of characters in wheelchairs due to his last name being the same as Raymond Burr's paraplegic television character.
2 He has played four DC Comics characters: Darkseid in Superman (1996) and Justice League (2001), Batman in The New Batman Adventures: Legends of the Dark Knight (1998), General Sam Lane in Smallville: Gone (2004), Smallville: Façade (2004) and Smallville: Ambush (2010) and Lewis Snart in The Flash: Family of Rogues (2015).
3 He played Peyton List's father in two CW television series based on DC Comics: Lucy Lane's father General Sam Lane in Smallville: Ambush (2010) and Lisa Snart / Golden Glider's father Lewis Snart in The Flash: Family of Rogues (2015).
4 Has English, Irish and Scottish ancestry.
5 Good friends with actor Mickey Jones.
6 Admitted in an interview with George Stroumboulopoulos that he has had both his knees replaced (they are both titanium). He ruined them playing football and roofing before he made it into films.
7 His father was a street lighting technician and his mother was a housewife.
8 A former chain smoker, he has been diagnosed twice with cancer (thyroid and prostate cancer). Both times he has beaten it.
9 Has started acting in Canadian television and films in 1977 and attracted American attention with his role in David Cronenberg's Scanners (1981) which earned him a Best Supporting Actor nomination in the Canadian Genie Awards.
10 Lives in Los Angeles, California.
11 Has had a love of reading since childhood, with which he credits his father instilling in him: "My dad gave me and my brother this rule - as long as we were reading and doing nothing else, we could stay up until dawn or until we passed out... whichever came first. That's why, to this day, I'm a sucker for a good book.".
12 Is the oldest of five children of Robert Walter and Patricia June Ironside.
13 Attended and graduated from OCAD University in Toronto, Ontario.
14 Is a huge fan of Professional Wrestling and Frank Herbert's "Dune" series.
15 Good friends with WWE Hall of Famer Jerry Lawler (aka Jerry "The King" Lawler).
16 A talented arm wrestler in his youth, he ironically often loses an arm and/or other limb in his films: Total Recall (1990), Starship Troopers (1997), The Machinist (2004) and Guy X (2005). If he had not been too bulky, he also would have played Alex Murphy in RoboCop (1987).
17 Like Terence Stamp, he has played both a Superman adversary and friend. The adversary he played was Darkseid, one of Superman's greatest enemies, on the animated series Justice League (2001). The friend he played was General Sam Lane, father of Lois Lane (Clark Kent's future bride) on the television series Smallville (2001).
18 At age 15, he wrote a play called "The Shelter" which won first prize in a Canada-wide university contest. He used the prize money to mount his own production of said play.
19 Was for some time attached to play the title role in RoboCop (1987), but the crew had to give up on the idea when they realized that he would have to have a much smaller frame to fit into the costume envisaged.
20 Moved to Los Angeles, California, USA in 1982.
21 Said in an interview he is mostly recognized by the public from his voice-over work in the Splinter Cell (2002) series.
22 Father of Adrienne Ironside from a previous marriage.
23 His brother is a high school shop teacher in his hometown of Toronto, Ontario.
24 Has a daughter, Findlay Ironside (born 1998), by second wife Karen.
25 Came to notice in the Canadian sci-fi horror classic Scanners (1981) in which he played the mind-controlling, head-blowing megalomaniac Darryl Revok, which led to a dynamic, infamous career of out-and-out villains or edgy anti-heroes.


1 Scar on the left side of his face
2 Often plays fearsome, menacing villains
3 Often plays military commanders and authority figures
4 Being an actor with a great sense of physicality, he frequently plays characters who lose limbs, such as in Total Recall (1990), Starship Troopers (1997), The Machinist (2004) and Guy X (2005).
5 Deep yet gravelly commanding voice


1 The first role I ever had - well, the first union thing - was on a CBC thing called The Ottawa Valley, which I think was part of an anthology series. I played a soldier on a train, and I had two or three lines in it, and it was a World War II thing. It was an Alice Munro short story that was turned into a half-hour drama. But when they were filming, they wanted to hide some technology, so they had me sit on the arm of a chair rather than in a seat. I thought, "This is cool! Somebody's gonna see me!" And I had to smoke this cigarette, because I think [the director] wanted some kind of character. The problem was that, 14 takes later, I'm still sitting on the arm of the chair. And the cheeks of my ass, you could probably park a Buick up there! It was two days of sitting on the arm of the chair on a period train, smoking non-filtered cigarettes. I felt like I was about 80 years old and had been fairly abused. So that was my introduction to film work.
2 [on McBain] Oh, God. That's a joke to everybody. Even to The Simpsons. It's their favorite movie! You know, in all truth, that was a filmmaker who was being backed by his father, who had a ton of money, and just pissed it up against the wall. I remember it was a fairly good story to start off with, which was about ex-vets having to get rid of their shame of being survivors, I think. You know, when their friends are lost? And by the time we got it, they had rewritten the script from an A-minus to a C-minus script. God, I just have nothing good to say about that film. Absolutely nothing. Other than that the filmmaker, thank God, will never make films again. He ended up going back to restoring vintage racing cars on his father's chit. And you can put all that in there. I don't say anything in interviews that I wouldn't say to somebody's face.
3 [on Total Recall] That was absolutely wonderful. God, I have so many friends from that. You know, on most films I make friends. I make friends with people behind the camera as well as in front of the camera, and I think I made more friends on that one than any other. Friends I'm still close with. It holds a really warm spot in my heart. It was six months in Mexico City shooting that.
4 [on whether he has had experiences where he did a film that he expected to turn out one way but it turned out another] Most of the time, actually. I never look at the work when I'm doing it. I know a lot of people rush off camera to look at playbacks and shit like that, but I hate looking at what I'm doing when I'm doing it. Because emotionally, if I'm correct, the director will tell me, and if they like what I'm doing, I'll stay in that line. If I look at what I'm doing, I can't help it, I'm only a human being: I'll go, "Wow, that's the way it looks?" I'll become conscious of it, and I'll be like, "Why don't I look the way I feel?" So I'm really custom-built to support storytellers. If they like what I'm doing, then that's what I'll do. But because of that, I'm always surprised when I do finally see it, as I was with Turbo Kid.
5 Scanners is a fucking brilliant film. And it still holds up. My 16-year-old daughter saw it about a month ago with her friends, and she said, "I didn't know about this. This is good. I like what it's talking about, with the mucking with people's genetics and stuff." So that's kind of cool. When something holds up almost 35 years later to a completely new generation, I don't give a shit what anybody else says about it: It stands up.
6 (2000) I've been around a long time. I'm never going to be the lead actor guy. I'm real quiet and real happy and real fortunate to keep working. It's what I do. It's like the circus. I ran away and joined it a long time ago.
7 (2000, on his acting career) My dad referred to it that I ran away at a very early age and joined the circus and I think it is quite apt. It's a great way to live. You get to move from family unit to family unit, from set to set, from project to project where you're thrust into a very intimate, very honest relationship with people and you have to either tell the truth and step up or it can be a really horrific situation if you try and manipulate it every time and over 40 years I've met a lot of great people.
8 (2011) I always knew I wasn't going to be this major star. My job is just to work.
9 [on shooting numerous fight scenes for such movies as Total Recall (1990) and The Next Karate Kid (1994)] I trained for some time in taekwondo, until I blew out both my legs and had to quit. Since then, I've been blessed to work with some of the more talented martial arts-trainers and choreographers in the business. I've also got field experience, from being in my share of real-life barroom brawls.
10 The word "career" scares me! It's the sort of thing you say about dead actors, old guys. I think this festival wanted to do a retrospective on me a few years ago and I told them to fuck off. Jesus, that's for guys that are on crutches and in wheelchairs and that you need to spoon-feed... Aargh! I plan to be around for at least another 20 years!
11 [on being typecast as a villain] I use the analogy that if you hit an old lady on screen with a shovel and kill her and somebody makes money from that moment, then they really don't want you to step out from that parameter. They don't want you to do anything but hit more old ladies with shovels and if that's the trunk that I have to build my tree from, that's fine.
12 [in a 1984 magazine interview] The characters I've played until now have been very sick people. These people are emotionally or physically damaged. Since I played killers so well, they wanted me to play a killer the next time. I used to call my roles "dog-eating" parts; you know, the director says, "We need somebody to bite a dog in this scene. Let's call Ironside.".
13 Acting itself is a very childlike thing. You're asked to suspend reality and to play - and what better place than when you're sitting there looking like the most weird villain imaginable? You have all these toys around you. It brings out the child in you much easier than when you're standing around in a suit playing a cop.
14 The weirder the role, the more toys around to help suspend reality, the easier it is - and the better I think my work gets. All of these things make it easier to take risks. Children - and actors - take risks all the time.
15 If I didn't like the attention, I suppose I wouldn't be doing this job. What do you do? Destroy someone's fantasy about you or play it to the limit? I still haven't quite worked it all out and I don't know how to resolve it. It's said actors act because they fear death and it's the one and only certainty for some kind of immortality. My attitude is: screw the future, let's get on with here and now. You don't know how long it'll last.
16 I get to bring these misshapen, emotionally unbalanced people to life.
17 I like to play bad guys, since good guys are always beaten up several times during the movie. Bad guys are beaten only once, in the end.


All Michael Ironside pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 BTVA Special/DVD Voice Acting Award Behind the Voice Actors Awards Best Vocal Ensemble in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Theatrical Short Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Predacons Rising (2013) Sumalee Montano

Steve Blum

Frank Welker

Will Friedle

John Noble

Peter Cullen

Peter Mensah

David Sobolov

Kevin Michael Richardson

Nolan North

James Horan

Daran Norris

Jeffrey Combs
2011 Time-Machine Honorary Award Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 BTVA Television Voice Acting Award Behind the Voice Actors Awards Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role - Action/Drama Transformers Prime (2010)
2014 BTVA Television Voice Acting Award Behind the Voice Actors Awards Best Vocal Ensemble in a Television Series - Action/Drama Transformers Prime (2010) Peter Cullen

Frank Welker

Steve Blum

Sumalee Montano

Kevin Michael Richardson

Jeffrey Combs

Daran Norris

Josh Keaton

Tania Gunadi

Andy Pessoa

Nolan North

Ernie Hudson

James Horan

Peter Mensah
2003 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role The Last Chapter II: The War Continues (2003)
2002 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series Le dernier chapitre: La Suite (2002)
1989 ACE CableACE Awards Actor in a Dramatic Series The Ray Bradbury Theater (1985)
1989 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by a Supporting Actor One Boy, One Wolf, One Summer (1988)
1988 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by a Lead Actor in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series The Ray Bradbury Theater (1985)
1982 Genie Genie Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role Scanners (1981)



Maximum Velocity 2003 General Amberson
Red Phone 2 2003 TV Movie Bremer
Justice League 2003 TV Series Darkseid
The Failures 2003 Depressor
Hemingway vs. Callaghan 2003 TV Movie Harry
The Last Chapter II: The War Continues 2003 TV Mini-Series Bob Durelle
Le dernier chapitre 2002 TV Mini-Series Bob Durelle
The Red Phone: Manhunt 2002 TV Movie Bremer
Splinter Cell 2002 Video Game Sam Fisher (voice)
Run Like Hell 2002 Video Game Commander Mason (voice)
Fairytales and Pornography 2002 Justice Coulton
Fallen Angels 2002 Sheriff Ed Rooney
ER 1995-2002 TV Series Dr. William 'Wild Willy' Swift
The District 2002 TV Series Dmitri Putin
The Last Chapter 2002 TV Mini-Series Bob Durelle
Extreme Honor 2001 Baker
Ignition 2001 Jake Russo
Dead Awake 2001 Skay
Soulkeeper 2001 Voice of Mr.M (uncredited)
Children of the Corn: Revelation 2001 Video Priest
The Outer Limits 1999-2001 TV Series General Quince / Ambassador Prosser
Jett Jackson: The Movie 2001 TV Movie Dr. Kragg
The Shaft 2001 Gunter Steinberg
Mindstorm 2001/I Senator Bill Armitage
Borderline Normal 2001 Coach Rehmer
Cause of Death 2001 Jonas Phifer
Project I.G.I.: I'm Going In 2000 Video Game David Lleweyn Jones screams (voice)
Walker, Texas Ranger 2000 TV Series Nolan Pierce
Nuremberg 2000 TV Mini-Series Col. Burton C. Andrus
The Perfect Storm 2000 Bob Brown
Heavy Metal 2000 2000 Tyler (voice)
Superman 1997-2000 TV Series Darkseid
Crime + Punishment in Suburbia 2000 Fred Skolnick
Cold Squad 1999 TV Series Chief Magnus Mulray
The Omega Code 1999 Dominic
A Twist of Faith 1999 Alex Hunt
Southern Cross 1999 Garrison Carver
Black Light 1999 Insp. Frank Schumann
Question of Privilege 1999 Lt. Robert Ingram
The Arrangement 1999 Det. Francis John 'Jack' Connor
The New Batman Adventures 1998 TV Series 80's Batman
Desert Blue 1998 Agent Frank Bellows
Going to Kansas City 1998 Mike Malone
Voyage of Terror 1998 TV Movie McBride
Death Row the Tournament 1998 Short Judge
Witness to Yesterday 1998 TV Series Vladimir Lenin
Ivory Tower 1998 Marshall Wallace
Captive 1998 Detective Briscoe
Johnny 2.0 1997 TV Movie Frank Donahue
Starship Troopers 1997 Jean Rasczak
One of Our Own 1997 Det. Jack Cooper
Cold Night Into Dawn 1997 Frank Parr
Chicago Cab 1997 Al
F/X: The Series 1997 TV Series Montree
The Arrow 1997 TV Movie CIA Director
The Moravian Massacre 1996 Documentary John, Floyd
One Way Out 1996 Walt
SeaQuest 2032 1995-1996 TV Series Captain Oliver Hudson
Portraits of a Killer 1996 Sgt. Ernie Hansen
Too Fast Too Young 1996 Capt. Floyd Anderson
Terminal 1996 TV Movie Sterling Rombauer
The Destiny of Marty Fine 1996 Mr. Capelli
Asian Connection: Road to Mandalay 1995 TV Movie Steiger
Bolt 1995 Video Billy Niles
Kids of the Round Table 1995 Butch Scarsdale
Major Payne 1995 Lt. Col. Stone
Tales from the Crypt 1990-1995 TV Series Burrows / Jerry
The Killing Machine 1994 Mr. Green
Red Scorpion 2 1994 Col. West
Probable Cause 1994 TV Movie Gary Yanuck
Felidae 1994 Jesaja (english version)
Tokyo Cowboy 1994 Lyle
Red Sun Rising 1994 Capt. Meisler
The Next Karate Kid 1994 Col. Dugan
The Glass Shield 1994 Detective Gene Baker
Dead Man's Revenge 1994 TV Movie Luck Hatcher
Fortunes of War 1994 Carl Pimmler
Forced to Kill 1994 Sheriff Wilson
Save Me 1994/I Oliver
Point of Impact 1993 Roberto Largo
Father Hood 1993 Jerry
Free Willy 1993 Dial
Sweet Killing 1993 Inspector Garcia
Night Trap 1993 Bishop
Marked for Murder 1993 TV Movie Bats O'Bannion
Black Ice 1992 Quinn
Guncrazy 1992 Mr. Kincaid
The Vagrant 1992 Lt. Ralf Barfuss
Killer Image 1992 Luther Kane
Neon City 1991 Harry M. Stark
Cafe Romeo 1991 Natino
McBain 1991 Frank Bruce
Deadly Surveillance 1991 TV Movie Fender
Drop Dead Gorgeous 1991 TV Movie Asylum Interrogator (uncredited)
Chaindance 1991 J.T. Blake
Payback 1991 Sheriff Pete
Highlander II: The Quickening 1991 Gen. Katana
Total Recall 1990 Richter
Mindfield 1989 Kellen O'Reilly
Murder by Night 1989 TV Movie Det. Carl Madsen
Destiny to Order 1989 Kenrick
Thunderground 1989
Hostile Takeover 1988 Larry Gaylord
Watchers 1988 Lem
One Boy, One Wolf, One Summer 1988 TV Short Don
The Ray Bradbury Theater 1988 TV Series William Acton
Danger Bay 1987 TV Series Charles Fuller
Nowhere to Hide 1987 Ben
Ford: The Man and the Machine 1987 TV Movie Harry Bennett
Prom Night II 1987 Bill Nordham
Extreme Prejudice 1987 Maj. Paul Hackett
Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1987 TV Series Lt. Rick Muldoon
Race for the Bomb 1987 TV Mini-Series Werner Heisenberg
Top Gun 1986 Jester
Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling 1986 Detective Lawrence
The Hitchhiker 1986 TV Series Sheriff Lee
The Cap 1985 TV Movie Steve's Father
Murder in Space 1985 TV Movie Capt. Neal Braddock
The Falcon and the Snowman 1985 FBI Agent
V 1984-1985 TV Series Ham Tyler
The Surrogate 1984 George Kyber
The New Mike Hammer 1984 TV Series Wade Bennett
Best Revenge 1984 Dealer
V: The Final Battle 1984 TV Mini-Series Ham Tyler
Hill Street Blues 1983 TV Series Schrader
Cross Country 1983 Det. Sgt. Roersch
The A-Team 1983 TV Series Miler Crane
The Sins of Dorian Gray 1983 TV Movie Alan Campbell
Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone 1983 Overdog
American Nightmare 1983 Sgt. Skylar (as Mike Ironside)
Off Your Rocker 1982 TV Movie Victor (as Mike Ironside)
Visiting Hours 1982 Colt Hawker
The July Group 1981 TV Movie Duffy
Clown White 1981 TV Movie Max
Surfacing 1981 Wayne
Scanners 1981 Darryl Revok
I, Maureen 1980 Dr. Paul Johnson
Coming Out Alive 1980 Gateway
Suzanne 1980 Jimmy
Double Negative 1980 Edgar
A Paid Vacation 1979 TV Movie Haggart
The Family Man 1979 TV Movie Bartender
The Littlest Hobo 1979 TV Series Bill
Stone Cold Dead 1979 Murdered Police Detective
Summer's Children 1979 Pimp
Power Play 1978 Torturer (uncredited)
High-Ballin' 1978 Butch
For the Record 1978 TV Series Policeman
Outrageous! 1977 Drunk (as Mike Ironside)
Liberty 2018 pre-production Fischer
Hellmington 2017 post-production Rupert Woodhouse
Knuckleball 2017 post-production Jacob
Alterscape 2017 completed Dr. Julian Loro
Stegman Is Dead 2017 completed Don
Carpe DM post-production Ralph Johnson
The Harrowing post-production Lt. Logan
The Hounds at Hell's Gate announced SGT Kowalski
The Jester from Transylvania post-production Charles Pennington
Still/Born 2017 Dr. Neilson
The Space Between 2017/I Nick
Ransom 2017 TV Series Freddie Woods
Lucky's Treasure 2017 Henry Landis
Tokyo Trial 2016 TV Mini-Series General Douglas MacArthur
The Encounter 2016 TV Series Maximum Mike
Patient Seven 2016 Dr. Daniel Marcus
Children of the Fall 2016 Sam
Line of Descent 2016 Short Hank Lannigan
Element 2016/I Joe
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2016 TV Series Emperor Zanmoran
Heretiks 2016 The Magistrate
The Flash 2015 TV Series Lewis Snart
Synchronicity 2015/IV Klaus Meisner
The Sin Seer 2015 Alexander Rachet
The Lizzie Borden Chronicles 2015 TV Mini-Series Warren Stark
Turbo Kid 2015 Zeus
88 2015/II Sheriff Knowles
Desecrated 2015 Tom McClain
Chimeras 2014 Short John
A Fighting Man 2014 Max Wynn
Extraterrestrial 2014 Travis
Rake 2014 TV Series Victor
Stan Lee's Mighty 7 2014 TV Movie Xanar (voice)
Ice Soldiers 2013 Col. Desmond Trump
Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Predacons Rising 2013 TV Movie Ultra Magnus (voice)
Stay 2013/I Frank
Meltdown 2013 Rear Admiral Tragger
Transformers Prime 2013 TV Series Ultra Magnus
Vegas 2013 TV Series Porter Gainsley
California Winter 2012 Sheriff Hillman
Sunset Bar 2012 TV Movie Ian Fishman
XIII: The Series 2012 TV Series Mr. Barnowsky
Dark Wall 2012 TV Series Warden
Toti copiii domnului 2012 Peter
Community 2012 TV Series Colonel Archwood
Justified 2012 TV Series Sarno
Burden of Evil 2012 TV Movie Senator Pitfield
R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour 2012 TV Series Margolin
Conduct Unbecoming 2011 Col. Dodd
Transgression 2011 Matthew
Agency of Vengeance: Dark Rising 2011 Video Colonel Haggerd
X: First Class 2011 Captain (as M. Ironside)
Smallville 2004-2010 TV Series General Sam Lane
Level 26: Dark Prophecy 2010 Tom Riggins
Lake Placid 3 2010 TV Movie Sheriff Tony Willinger
Burn Notice 2010 TV Series Gregory Hart
Beneath the Blue 2010 Captain Elias Blaine
Castle 2010 TV Series Victor Racine
Eva 2010/II Alfonse
Splinter Cell: Conviction 2010 Video Game Sam Fisher (voice)
The Bannen Way 2010 Chief Bannen
Hardwired 2009 Hal
The Beacon 2009 Lieutenant Hutton
Cold Case 2009 TV Series Commandant Murillo
The Jazzman 2009 Bernie Kaddly
Level 26: Dark Origins 2009 Short Tom Riggins
The Butcher 2009 Teddy Carmichael
Terminator Salvation 2009 General Ashdown
Wolverine and the X-Men 2008-2009 TV Series Colonel Moss / Dr. Brooks
The Alphabet Killer 2008 Captain Nathan Norcross
Mutants 2008 Colonal Gauge
Abduction of Jesse Bookman 2008 Captain Jones
The Terrorist Next Door 2008 TV Movie Wade
Surveillance 2008/I Captain Billings
Criminal Minds 2008 TV Series John
Storm Cell 2008 TV Movie James
TimeShift 2007 Video Game Doctor Krone (voice)
Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars 2007 Video Game Jack Granger - GDI General
The Veteran 2006 TV Movie Mark 'Doc' Jordan
Masters of Horror 2006 TV Series Mr. Chaney
Splinter Cell: Double Agent 2006 Video Game Sam Fisher (voice)
Justice League Unlimited 2006 TV Series Darkseid
Splinter Cell: Essentials 2006 Video Game Sam Fisher (voice)
Stargate SG-1 2006 TV Series Seevis
Disaster Zone: Volcano in New York 2006 TV Movie Levering
Desperate Housewives 2005-2006 TV Series Curtis Monroe
1st Bite 2006 Theo
On That Day 2005 Short Daniel's Father
Guy X 2005 Guy X
Deepwater 2005 Walnut
Bloodsuckers 2005 TV Movie Muco
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory 2005 Video Game Sam Fisher (voice)
Reeker 2005 Henry
Young Blades 2005 TV Mini-Series Cardinal Mazarin
Medical Investigation 2004 TV Series Ben Graybridge
Jackie Chan Adventures 2004 TV Series Dragon Scout Leader
Andromeda 2003-2004 TV Series The Patriarch
Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow 2004 Video Game Sam Fisher (voice)
The Machinist 2004 Miller
Alaska 2003 TV Movie


One of Our Own 1997 associate producer
Probable Cause 1994 TV Movie executive producer
Chaindance 1991 executive producer


The Arrangement 1999 writer
Chaindance 1991 screenplay


The Arrangement 1999


Splinter Cell: Blacklist 2013 Video Game acting coach: Eric Johnson


Imagining 'Total Recall' 2001 Video documentary short special thanks
Soulkeeper 2001 grateful thanks
The Opportunists 2000 thanks
Dieter & Andreas 1989 Short grateful acknowledgment


Alien Life Documentary post-production Narrator (rumored)
Bloody Wasteland: The Making of Turbo Kid 2015 Documentary short Himself - 'Zeus'
The IMDb Studio 2015 TV Series short Himself
Mental Saboteur 2014 Video short Himself
The Hour 2011 TV Series Himself
Cinema 3 2011 TV Series Himself
Días de cine 2011 TV Series Himself
Continuarà... 2010 TV Series Himself
Surveillance: The Watched Are Watching 2008 Video documentary short Himself
Danger Zone: The Making of 'Top Gun' 2004 Video documentary Himself
Death from Above: The Making of 'Starship Troopers' 2002 Video documentary short Himself
VH-1 Behind the Movie 2002 TV Series documentary Himself
Inside the Kill Box: Fighting the Gulf War 2001 TV Movie documentary Narrator
Heavy Metal 2000: Voice Talent Featurette 2000 Video documentary short Himself
A Supercarrier Is Burning: U.S.S. Enterprise 2000 TV Movie documentary Narrator
Kwekànamad: The Wind is Changing 1999 Documentary Narrator
The Directors 1999 TV Series documentary Himself
Highlander 2: To Be or Not to Be a Sequel 1997 Video documentary short Himself
The Making of 'Total Recall' 1990 TV Short documentary Himself

Archive Footage

Tax Shelter Terrors 2017 Documentary filming Himself
Pop Culture Beast's Halloween Horror Picks 2015 TV Series documentary Colt Hawker
Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape 2010 Documentary Himself
Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy 2010 Video documentary Himself (uncredited)
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