John Slattery

John Slattery

Highest Rated: 98% Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence In The House Of God (2012)

Lowest Rated: 10% Bad Company (2002)

Birthday: Aug 13, 1962

Birthplace: Not Available

Made his television debut in a 1988 episode of Dirty Dozen: The Series. First Broadway appearance came in 1993, when he co-starred with Nathan Lane in Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor. Made his big-screen debut in the 1996 political thriller City Hall. Has been a regular on several acclaimed series, including World War II-era drama Homefront (ABC) and political drama Jack & Bobby (The WB), as well as a recurring character on CBS' Judging Amy (CBS) and NBC's Ed. Has appeared in several of playwright Richard Greenberg's theatrical productions, including The Extra Man, Night and Her Stars and Three Days of Rain. Is a member of the Naked Angels and Drama Dept. theatre companies. Has voiced a number of audio books, including Steve Martini's The Jury, Ernest Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms and Martin Cruz Smith's December 6: A Novel.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
49% Churchill Dwight Eisnehower $1.3M 2017
91% Captain America: Civil War Howard Stark $408.1M 2016
97% Spotlight Ben Bradlee Jr. 2015
83% Ant-Man Howard Stark $138.1M 2015
45% Ted 2 Shep Wild $63.9M 2015
37% God's Pocket Screenwriter Producer Director $97.5K 2014
79% Bluebird Richard 2014
47% In Our Nature Gil $6.7K 2012
98% Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence In The House Of God Arthur 2012
83% Return Bud $7.2K 2012
71% The Adjustment Bureau Richardson $62.5M 2011
73% Iron Man 2 Howard Stark $312.1M 2010
82% Charlie Wilson's War Cravely $66.7M 2007
38% Reservation Road Steve 2007
14% Underdog Mayber $43.8M 2007
73% Flags of Our Fathers Bud Gerber $33.7M 2006
35% The Situation Colonel Carrick 2006
No Score Yet The Brooke Ellison Story Ed Ellison 2004
23% Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Bert Miller $14.2M 2004
34% Mona Lisa Smile Paul Moore $63.7M 2003
94% The Station Agent David 2003
No Score Yet Masterpiece Theatre's American Collection Jay Follet 2003
10% Bad Company Roland Yates $30.2M 2002
No Score Yet A Death in the Family Jay Follet 2002
38% Bad Company Roland Yates 2001
92% Traffic ADA Dan Collier $123.9M 2000
No Score Yet Harvest Sheriff Johnson 2000
17% Where's Marlowe? Murphy 1999
No Score Yet Harvest (Cash Crop) Sheriff Johnson 1999
20% The Naked Man Ferris 1998
No Score Yet Red Meat Actor 1998
No Score Yet My Brother's War Devlin 1997
73% Sleepers Fred Carlson 1996
35% Eraser FBI Agent Corman 1996
No Score Yet Red Meat Stefan 1996
No Score Yet Lily Dale Actor 1996
56% City Hall Det. George, Intel 1996

TV

Credit
75% Modern Love
2019
2019
No Score Yet Late Night With Seth Meyers
2014
Guest 2019
2015
2014
50% The Romanoffs
2018
2018
No Score Yet Rachael Ray
2015
Guest 2016
93% Veep
2012-2019
Charlie Baird 2016
No Score Yet The View
1997
Guest 2016
2015
2012
94% Documentary Now!
2015
2015
94% Mad Men
2007-2015
Director Roger Sterling 2015
2014
2013
2012
2010
2009
2008
2007
No Score Yet Last Call With Carson Daly
2007-2019
Guest 2014
No Score Yet CBS This Morning
2012
Guest 2014
2013
2012
No Score Yet Inside the Actors Studio
1994
Guest 2012
No Score Yet The Cleveland Show
2009-2013
Voice Mayor Larry Box 2012
2011
85% The Simpsons
1989
Voice 2011
85% 30 Rock
2006-2013
2010
72% Desperate Housewives
2004-2012
Victor Lang 2007
2004
87% Jack & Bobby
2004-2005
Peter Benedict 2005
2004
54% K Street
2003
Tommy Flannegan Tommy 2003
No Score Yet Ed
2000-2004
Dennis Martino Dennis Principal Dennis Martino 2002
2001
No Score Yet Judging Amy
1999-2005
Michael Cassidy Michael 2000
1999
71% Sex and the City
1998-2004
Bill 2000
1999
No Score Yet Law & Order
1990-2010
Dr. Richard Shipman Arlen Levitt Alan Levitt 2000
1998
No Score Yet Will & Grace
1998
Sam 1999
No Score Yet Party of Five
1994-2000
Jay 1998
67% Homefront
1991-1993
Al Kahn 1993
1992
1991
No Score Yet From the Earth to the Moon
1998
Sen. Walter Mondale
No Score Yet Mrs. America
2020
FRED SCHLAFLY
No Score Yet neXt
2019
Paul LeBlanc
100% Under Cover
1991
Graham Parker

QUOTES FROM John Slattery CHARACTERS

Howard Stark says: Tony, you're too young to understand this right now, so I thought I would put it on film for you. I built this for you. And some day you'll realize that it represents a whole lot more than people's inventions, it represents my life's work. This is the key to the future. I'm limited by the technology of my time, but one day you'll figure this out. And when you do, you will change the world. What is, and always will be, my greatest creation... is 'you'

Richardson says: It's above my pay grade.