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William Albert "Billy" Burke (born November 25, 1966) is an American actor. He is best known for his roles as Charlie Swan in the 2008 film Twilight and as Gary Matheson in the second season of 24.

Life and career

Burke was born in Bellingham, Washingtonmarker. His television credits include roles in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (in the episode "Second Skin"), Party of Five, Gilmore Girls, Karen Sisco, Fringe, Monk and The Closer (Season 4, episode 13, "Power of Attorney" playing the attorney Phillip Stroh). He also plays Detective Eric Box in the movie Untraceable.

His motion picture credits include Jane Austen's Mafia!, Along Came a Spider, Final Jeopardy, Flashpoint and Ladder 49. His upcoming film credits include The Fallen, Forfeit, Fracture and Retirement. He also appeared in Feast of Love (2007), co-starring Selma Blair and Morgan Freeman. In 2008, Burke appeared in Twilight, based on the best-selling novel by Stephenie Meyer, playing the role of Charlie Swan. He also plays Bobby's brother Jack on the show My Boys. Burke reprised his role as Charlie Swan in Twilight's sequel, New Moon.

Burke is one of the "famous faces" on the online poker website Hollywood Poker, which is run in conjunction with Ongame Network.

Filmography

Actor

Year Film Role Notes and awards
2010 Eclipse Charlie Swan post-production/releasing June 30, 2010
2009 New Moon Charlie Swan
Luster Tito post-production
Ticket Out Dennis post-production
Baby O Sergio post-production
The Closer Mr. Stroh TV, 1 episode
2008 Twilight Charlie Swan
Fringe Lucas Vogel TV, 1 episode
My Boys Jack Newman TV, 4 episodes
The Grift Wade Buchanan
Untraceable Detective Eric Box
2007 Feast of Love David Watson
Fracture Lt. Robert 'Rob' Nunally
Forfeit Frank
Law & Order Attorney Farmer TV, 1 episode
Three Days to Vegas Billy Simpson
Backyards & Bullets TV movie
HBO First Look Himself The Making of 'Fracture'
2005 World Poker Tour Himself Hollywood Home Game VIII
2004 Ladder 49 Dennis Gauquin
The Jury John Ranguso TV, 2 episodes
Monk Brad Terry TV, 1 episode
2003 Karen Sisco Merle Salchek TV, 1 episode
Lost Junction Jimmy McGee
Gilmore Girls Alex Lesman TV, 3 episodes
Something More Peter
2002-2003 24 Gary Matheson TV, 7 episodes
2002 Flashpoint Shaw TV movie
2001 Final Jeopardy Mike Chapman TV movie
Along Came a Spider Ben Devine
After Image Sammy
2000-2009 Wonderland Dr. Abe Matthews TV, 5 episodes
2000 The Independent Dwayne
1999 Komodo Oates
Dill Scallion Dill Scallion
1998 Don't Look Down Mark Engel
Without Limits Kenny Moore
Mafia! Joey Cortino
1997 VR.5 Marco TV, 1 episode
1996 Marshal Law Monk TV movie
The Ultimate Lie TV movie
Gone in the Night Rob Kinney TV movie
Party of Five Gil TV, 1 episode
1995 Strange Luck TV, 1 episode
Vanishing Son Spider McKeun TV, 1 episode
All-American Girl Cody TV, 1 episode
1994 Party of Five Guy in Club TV, 1 episode
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Ari TV, 1 episode
1991 To Cross the Rubicon James Bird
1990 Daredreamer


Writer

Year Film Notes
2004 Dead & Breakfast story
2003 Something More


Producer

Year Film Notes
2003 Something More co-producer


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