Mandy Patinkin

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Mandy Patinkin
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Birth name Mandel Bruce Patinkin
Born November 30, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Notable Roles Criminal Minds: Jason Gideon
Dead Like Me: Rube Sofer
Chicago Hope: Dr. Jeffrey Geiger
Notable Episodes The Larry Sanders Show: Eight
Awards 1 CableACE Award
1 Emmy Award

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Chicago Hope Jeffrey Geiger 1994–2000 1 2 6
Dead Like Me Rube Sofer 2003–2004 1 2
Criminal Minds Jason Gideon 2005–2008 1 2 3
Homeland Saul Berenson 2011–  1 2 3 4 5 6

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Taxi Alan 1x12 - Memories of Cab 804 (2) December 5, 1978
Picket Fences Jeffrey Geiger 3x07 - Rebels with Causes November 11, 1994
The Simpsons Hugh St. John Alastair Parkfield 6x19 - Lisa's Wedding March 19, 1995
Homicide: Life on the Street Jeffrey Geiger 4x06 - A Doll's Eyes December 1, 1995
Chicago Hope Jeffrey Geiger 2x12 - Transplanted Affection January 8, 1996
Chicago Hope Jeffrey Geiger 2x20 - The Parent Rap April 29, 1996
Chicago Hope Jeffrey Geiger 2x21 - Quiet Riot May 6, 1996
Chicago Hope Jeffrey Geiger 3x15 - Take My Wife, Please February 3, 1997
Chicago Hope Jeffrey Geiger 3x26 - Hope Against Hope May 19, 1997
Chicago Hope Jeffrey Geiger 4x03 - Brain Salad Surgery October 15, 1997
Chicago Hope Jeffrey Geiger 5x05 - One Hundred and One Damnations October 28, 1998
Chicago Hope Jeffrey Geiger 5x24 - Curing Cancer May 19, 1999
Touched by an Angel Satan 7x23 - Netherlands May 6, 2001
Boston Public Isaac Rice 1x22 - Chapter Twenty-Two May 21, 2001
Law & Order Levi March 13x13 - Absentia February 12, 2003

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Title Character Date Series/Banner
That Thing on ABC Performer January 4, 1978
Charleston Beaudine Croft January 15, 1979
The 34th Annual Tony Awards Himself June 8, 1980 Tony Awards
A Film Is Born: The Making of Yentl Himself/Avigdor 1983 Yentl
The 38th Annual Tony Awards Himself June 3, 1984 Tony Awards
Follies in Concert Buddy Plummer March 14, 1986
Sunday in the Park with George Georges Seurat / George 1986
The 42nd Annual Tony Awards Himself June 5, 1988 Tony Awards
The 45th Annual Tony Awards Himself June 2, 1991 Tony Awards
The 34th Annual Grammy Awards Himself February 1992 Grammy Awards
Some Enchanted Evening: Celebrating Oscar Hammerstein II Himself March 6, 1995
Broken Glass Dr. Harry Hyman October 20, 1996
The Hunchback Quasimodo March 16, 1997
Leonard Bernstein's New York Himself 1997
The 51st Annual Tony Awards Himself June 1, 1997 Tony Awards
This Is Odyssey with Mandy Patinkin Himself August 20, 1999
Strange Justice Kenneth Duberstein August 29, 1999
The 54th Annual Tony Awards Himself June 4, 2000 Tony Awards
NTSB: The Crash of Flight 323 Al Cummings March 22, 2004
The World Was Ours Narrator 2007

Talk Show Appearances

Series Episode Airdate
Late Night With David Letterman Episode dated 18 August 1989 August 18, 1989
Late Show with David Letterman Show 999
Show 511
Show 67
April 30, 1998
December 27, 1995
November 30, 1993
The Rosie O'Donnell Show Episode dated 6 October 1998
Episode dated 25 June 1998
Episode dated 6 November 1997
Episode dated 14 October 1996
October 6, 1998
June 25, 1998
November 6, 1997
October 14, 1996
Entertainment Tonight Episode dated 25 October 2006 October 25, 2006

Notable Film Roles

Film Role Released
The Princess Bride Inigo Montoya September 25, 1987
Dick Tracy 88 Keys October 5, 1990
Men with Guns Andrew January 21, 1999

Awards and Accolades

Tony Awards

  • Won: Best Featured Actor in a Musical (1980)
Evita

CableACE Awards

(1 Win in 2 Nominations)

  • Won: Best Actor in a Theatrical or Dramatic Special (1987)
Sunday in the Park with George

Primetime Emmy Awards

(1 Win in 5 Nominations)

  • Won: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (1995)
Chicago Hope