Edward Herrmann


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  • Birth Name: Edward Kirk Herrmann
  • Birth Place: Washington, DC
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 07/21/1943, Cancer
  • Profession: Actor
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Weekend Review: Here Come The Roosevelts — and More Zombies

Every few years, in a pattern established by his emblematic 1990 breakthrough The Civil War, documentary maestro Ken Burns upstages the fall TV season in mid-September with his latest monumental immersion in historical storytelling. He triumphs again with PBS's seven-night, 14-hour The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, which, as its subtitle suggests, never loses sight of the poignant human drama unfolding against a tide of national and world turmoil. (The series begins Sunday, Sept. 14 at 8/7c and continues nightly through Saturday, Sept. 20.)

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VIDEO: In Vino Veritas

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In Vino Veritas
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Length: 43:21
Aired: 2/6/2013

When CSI Mac Taylor decides to surprise his girlfriend in Vegas, he discovers she's missing and asks his friend D.B. Russell for help. Gary Sinise of CSI:NY guest stars. watch

VIDEO: In Vino Veritas

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In Vino Veritas
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Length: 44:00
Aired: 2/6/2013

When CSI Mac Taylor decides to surprise his girlfriend in Vegas, he discovers she's missing and asks his friend D.B. Russell for help. Gary Sinise of CSI:NY guest stars. watch


A Foreign Field
The Great Gatsby
The Aviator

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Intolerable Cruelty
Price Check
Price Check [HD]
Price Check

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Sweet Little Lies
The Good Wife: The Next Day
Knight Vision

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TV Listings



Year Title Description
2014 The Roosevelts TV Show Series, Voice - Franklin D. Roosevelt
2012 Price Check Movie, Actor
2010 Hold at All Costs TV Show Series, Narrator
2009 Morristown TV Show Series, Narrator
2009 Packard TV Show Series, Host

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Weekend TV Reviews: Simpsons' 500th, Downton Finale, a New Race and More

Where would TV be without The Simpsons? Thankfully, it will still be a while before we'll ever have to find out. With no end in sight, Fox's landmark animated hit celebrates "the most meaningless milestone of all!" — their words — with Sunday's 500th episode (8/7c), a remarkable run by anyone's measure. Even if you've been taking this show for granted the last few years, or possibly decade, you don't want to miss — though you might want to record — the dazzling opening sequence, a kaleidoscopic montage showing the Simpsons' evolution from no-def to Hi-Def, with more couch gags than the eye and brain can process.

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The Good Wife: Parker Posey and Amy Sedaris Returning For Star-Studded Sweeps Episode

Parker Posey and Amy Sedaris, who play Eli Gold's ex-wife and work rival, respectively, will return to The Good Wife in a special sweeps episode that will bring back many of the legal drama's biggest guest stars, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Rita Wilson, Edward Herrmann, The Big C's John Benjamin Hickey, Renee Elise Goldsberry and Jack Carpenter will all reprise... read more

We Made It Through This Day

Episode Recap Haunt You EverydayWhy should Izzie direct all of her questions to Bailey now Because shes been sleeping with my husband Callie announced in that oh-so-matter-of-fact tone that bubbled up unexpectedly And just like that this episode was off and runningSo tonight was Halloween and as we all know freaky things tend to happen on this holiday and weird happenings were not in short supply at Seattle Grace First there was the guy who sliced off his finger with a chainsaw accidentally and then there was the guy who tried to slice off his foot on purpose I truly thought the latter was just an elaborate trick to scare Bailey but obviously it wasnt Then of course there was Meredith being haunted by the ashes of her mother Fortunately Mer finally found a way to peacefully part with her mothers remains by returning them to the OR via the OR sinkAs far as tricks go though I think my favorite was the one Derek played on Mark read more

Forgive and Forget

Episode Recap The Heart of the MatterI forgive you Did I hear that right Callie calmly telling George that he made a mistake by sleeping with Izzie but that she was willing to forgive him because of their wedding vows Thank god she changed her mind by the end of the episode because Im not sure I could have forgiven Callie for letting Gizzie off the hook so easily Not after everything weve been through in this whole messy love triangle Though something tells me we wont have anything resembling closure here for quite some timeAnd while I secretly knew that Callie wasnt really planning on a lunchtime brawl it was fun watching Izzie prepare for the possibility of one I think it was the trash-talking that I enjoyed the most especially when Izzie quipped Im just saying I learned to fight in a trailer park Whered Callie learn to fight Boarding school Oh Izzie I may not like the idea of you and George being together but I do admire your passion to fight for read more

Preview: The Truth Comes Out About George and Izzie

Well, George dumped half of his big secret on Callie last week. Let's see if the other shoe drops now — and if so, what the reaction might be around Seattle Grace. Another relationship plotline will involve the chief, who has been pining for his ex, Adele (Loretta Devine), for weeks now. They'll meet this week, but under circumstances neither wants. Then there's intern Norman Shales (Edward Herrmann), the wise-looking former pharmacist who demonstrated last week that he's not as sage as he may seem. (Don't expect him to get any better tonight.) — Paul DroeschBonus! For exciting scoops and spoilers about the new season of Grey's Anatomy, check out the exclusive cover story in the new issue of TV Guide Magazine! read more

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