What actor/actress was in these TV Shows?

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"The Secret Lives of Men" + "Trophy Wife" + "Perfect Harmony" =
Bradley Whitford
'Trophy Wife" was hysterical. "The Good Guys" was another Bradley show that should have lasted longer.






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"The Secret Lives of Men" + "Trophy Wife" + "Perfect Harmony" =
Bradley Whitford
'Trophy Wife" was hysterical. "The Good Guys" was another Bradley show that should have lasted longer.






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I loved Trophy Wife too...I think it could have found an audience given more of a chance.



"Ally McBeal" + "Law & Order" (prime) could be
Jesse L. Martin
But I don't know what the first still is from and I don't believe he was a regular on any FOX shows other than "Ally McBeal"




The second picture is from "Who's the Boss?", and the last picture is from "Murphy Brown", but I don't know anyone who was on both shows.
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You have proven time and again that you are a bad/lazy Googler, but do you really not know the difference between a British game show and a series based on a hit Penny Marshall movie set in the 1940s? @Gideon58, you need an intervention.

"A League of Their Own" + "Friends" + "The King of Queens" + "Mom" =
Sam McMurray






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and you know what, it's never stopped you from coming up with the right answer, and until it does, it's a non-issue that comes down to your constant need to show off.



These shots are from the shows Chicago Justice, Treme, Oz, and Chicago Fire, and the actor who had roles on all four shows was




Jon Seda



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