|Intro||American film and television actor|
|Is||Actor Film actor Television actor|
|From||United States of America|
|Type||Film, Television, Stage and Radio|
|Birth||23 August 1981, Sacramento County, USA|
Sam Horrigan (born 1981) is an American film and television actor.
Early life and education
Horrigan was born on August 23, 1981, in Sacramento County, California, to Janet and Tom Horrigan. He grew up with his brother, Joe, in Davis in Northern California.
He graduated high school when he was 15, following which he began attending Glendale city college in Glendale, California, at 16. Growing up, he was athletic and played soccer at school. He was also a professional rollerblader when he was 15.
Horrigan started acting at a young age, appearing as "Sam Slick" in the 1992 TV movie What If. He was 11 at the time. The following year, he was seen in a supporting role in two episodes of TV series Boy Meets World –– "Boys II Mensa" and "Cory's Alternative Friends."
In 1996, he landed his most memorable role, Quentin Kelly, in the TV series Grace Under Fire. He was seen in 39 episodes, starting with "This Sold House," aired on 18 September 1996 to "Down in the Boondocks," aired on 17 February 1998.
Over the following years, he appeared in numerous television shows, most notably "Every Night Is Another Story" episode (2003) of One Tree Hill , "It Wasn't Meant to Happen" episode (2006) of Desperate Housewives, and "The Gone Dead Train" episode (2009) of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. In 2008, he portrayed the character of "Brad Thunder" in Bar Starz (starring Derek Waters and Charlie Finn.) For the role, he did his own stunts including fight Scenes and setting himself on fire.
Most recently, in 2017, he was seen playing the role of Jesus in the film In God's Time.
|Article Title:||Sam Horrigan: American film and television actor - Biography and Life|
|Author(s):||PeoplePill.com Editorial Staff|
|Publish Date:||14 Dec 2016|
|Date Accessed:||29 May 2020|