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Keywords: No Nudity, White, Blond Hair

Birthplace: Hamilton, Massachusetts, US

Date of Birth: 10/11/53

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Outsiders (2016-2017) Sexy, shirtless Ep. 02x08 | 00:23:37 David is shirtless while washing blood off his bod. (27 secs)
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You won’t necessarily recognize David Morse when you see his bare chest and towering, 6'4'' frame surrounded by long, long hair. Indeed, he looks like a Nordic god when he plays Big Foster Farrell in the TV series The Outsiders in 2016-2017, as opposed to the guy who got nominated for not one, but two primetime Emmy awards. He got one nom for playing George Washington in the mini-series John Adams (2008), and one for a guest role in House M.D., where he played Michael Tritter for six episodes in 2006-2007. While you may just have been introduced to his naked torso in The Outsiders, David has one of those faces you’ll always recognize, and it’s no surprise, given that he’s appeared in over 35 TV series, 20 TV movies, seven mini-series, and over 50 feature films. The first big break for this Massachusetts man was in the role of Dr. Jack Morrison on St. Elsewhere from 1982-1988. He played Mike Olshansky in Hack from 2002-2004, Lt. Terry Colson in Treme from 2010-2013, Hank Crawford in Blindspot from 2017-2020 and Dean Paul Larson in The Chair in 2021. On the big screen, you can find him in such heavy-hitters as Twelve Monkeys (1995) with Bruce Willis, where David plays Dr. Peters; as Major Tom Baxter in The Rock (1996) with Sean Connery; Ted Arroway in Contact (1997) with Jodie Foster; Brutus “Brutal” Howell in The Green Mile (1999) with Tom Hanks; playing Colonel Reed in The Hurt Locker (2008) with Jeremy Renner; as the ex-CIA agent in World War Z (2013) with Brad Pitt; and simply put, in various roles in a ton of other flicks with big names (Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Garner, Nicolas Cage) and big directors (Sean Penn, Renny Harlin, Michael Bay). You recognize him now, don’t you?