Illustration by Charles Bragg
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James is happy to be reprising the role in "Falling Upward" he played at Theatre West in 2007.  He was most recently seen as Don Quixote in "Man of La Mancha" at the Santa Clarita Regional Theatre.  At other regional stages, James was Wyatt Earp in the world premiere vampire western, "Dark Paradise" at the Cincinnati Playhouse;  the title role in "Dracula” at  Actors Theatre in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky;  Robert Preston in "The Clearing", Florida Stage Co.;  the Doctor in "Doctor Jekyll and Miss Hyde", Barter Theatre, Virginia.  Other California credits:  starred in the musical "Men", B Street Theatre, Sacramento;  "Rattlesnake in a Cooler" (one-man show), Celtic Arts Center, LA;  "Elektra" at the Old Globe, San Diego;  "Richard III at the Taper in LA (with Rene Auberjonois);  "Strange Snow", at the Hollywood Playhouse (with Adrienne Barbeau).  Abroad, he played the title character in an original musical adaptation of "Phantom of the Opera," UK Tour, Edinburgh Fringe.  Film:  "Flags of Our Fathers"; "Gods and Generals";  "The Visitation";  and  "Dying God", to name a few.  TV:  numerous guest-star roles, most recently "Criminal Minds", "24", "Lost", recurring on "Star Trek:  Enterprise". Originated four other guest roles in all the modern "Trek" series.  Contract roles on "All My Children", "General Hospital", and "Loving".  Also a voice artist, he's created a myriad of characters for interactive games, as well as animation and commercials.  James is happily married and the proud papa of his two and a half year old son, Sean.  God bless all here, especially himself, Ray Bradbury.

James Horan