D.B. Sweeney

A likable and dependable leading man on film, television and stage, actor D.B. Sweeney specialized in roles that combined emotion with physical prowess, such as his ill-fated "Shoeless" Joe Jackson in John Sayles' "Eight Men Out" (1988) or the ex-hockey player who turns to figure skating in "The Cutting Edge" (1992). He also found a niche in fantasy and science fiction projects like "Fire in the Sky" (1993) and the television series "Strange Luck" (Fox, 1995-1996), "Harsh Realm" (Fox, 1999-2000), and "Jericho" (CBS, 2006-08).