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Character actor Hank Stratton began his professional career in the late 1980s, specializing at first in low budget science- fiction and other genre films, as well as inexpensively made syndicated TV dramas; one notable role at this stage in his career came as doomed husband Greg Smart opposite Helen Hunt in the fact-based 1991 TV movie "Murder in New Hampshire: The Pamela Wojas Smart Story." Surprisingly, although Stratton worked steadily in television through the 1990s and 2000s in increasingly high-profile shows, it was not until 2004, when he joined the cast of early-1960s period piece "American Dreams" as closeted homosexual travel agent Donald Norville, that he garnered his first recurring role.

Character actor Hank Stratton began his professional career in the late 1980s, specializing at first in low budget science- fiction and other genre films, as well as inexpensively made syndicated TV dramas; one notable role at this stage in his career came as doomed husband Greg Smart opposite Helen Hunt in the fact-based 1991 TV movie "Murder in New Hampshire: The Pamela Wojas Smart Story." Surprisingly, although Stratton worked steadily in television through the 1990s and 2000s in increasingly high-profile shows, it was not until 2004, when he joined the cast of early-1960s period piece "American Dreams" as closeted homosexual travel agent Donald Norville, that he garnered his first recurring role.

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Gun Shy (2000)
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 Wounded Heart (1995) Darren Connally
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 Murder in New Hampshire (1991) Greg Smart
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 Demonwarp (1988) Fred
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