While subsequent roles in Poltergeist and Silkwood followed, Nelson would locate true stardom on television. For eight seasons beginning in 1989, he starred as college athletics instuctor Hayden Fox on the top-ranked ABC sitcom Coach. Appearing alongside supporting players Jerry Van Dyke and Shelly Fabares, Nelson received an Emmy for his perform on the show in 1992.
After Coach, Nelson showed up in a few small roles in feature films and television mini-series before returning to series work in 2000, leading the cast of CBS’s D.C.-based mostly cop-drama The District. While enjoying the success of that show, Nelson identified time for his first higher-profile feature film role in over a decade, providing the voice of the thoughts of a family of superheroes in the 2004 Disney/Pixar animated film The Incredibles. Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide.
|Name||Craig T. Nelson|
|Day of Birth||04-Apr-1946|
|Place of Birth||America|