Behind the ScenesEdit
In the original pilot, the Charley Dixon character was named Burke Daniels, and played by Tim Guinee.
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Winters is best known for his portrayal of the Machiavellian Ryan O'Reily on HBO's Oz. He joined Rescue Me as Johnny Gavin, Tommy's (Denis Leary) well-connected police officer of a younger brother who was shot to death during a stake-out at the end of the season 3. In 2006, he played Dennis Duffy on the first season of 30 Rock as Liz Lemon's (Tina Fey) sleazy boyfriend, who is the last remaining beeper salesman in New York City and has been known as "The Beeper King". Dean has said of 30 Rock that "It's probably one of the funniest things I've ever been a part of".
His other credits include:
- Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008) — Charley Dixon
- 30 Rock (2006-2008) — Dennis Duffy
- CSI: Miami (2005) — Raymond Caine
- Rescue Me (2004-2007) — Johnny Gavin
- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999-2000) — Detective Brian Cassidy
- Sex and the City (1999) — John McFadden
- Millennium (1999) — Young Michael Lanyard
- Oz (1997-2003) — Ryan O'Reily
Some of his recent roles were in the thriller Dead Calling and the romantic comedy P.S. I Love You, where he co-starred with Hilary Swank, Gerard Butler and Lisa Kudrow. Winters is currently filming Winter of Frozen Dreams a crime drama, and a comedy called Sweet Flame starring Jeremy Sisto and Mira Sorvino. He is also rumored to be in 39 an action/comedy about mobsters trying to get a hold of the right suitcase.
A selection of past films:
- Devil You Know (2008) — Jake Kelly
- P.S. I Love You (2007) — Tom
- Dead Calling (2006) — Nick
- Bristol Boys (2005) — Randy
- Brooklyn Bound (2004) — Danny
- Snipes (2001) — Bobby Starr
- Undercover Angel (1999) — Harrison Tyler
- Conspiracy Theory (1997) — Cleet
Dean Winters was in Shyne's music video 'Bonnie and Shyne'. He made an appearance on the sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live as his character Ryan O'Reily in 1999. He also appeared in his Rescue Me co-star Dennis Leary's TV special Comedy Central Roast of Denis Leary in 2003.
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