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O'Neal Compton Born Belton O'Neal Compton February 5, 1951 (1951-02-05) (age 59) Sumter, South Carolina, U.S.A. O'Neal Compton (born February 5, 1951) is an American film and television actor. He was born Belton O'Neal Compton, Jr. in Sumter, South Carolina, the son of educators.[1] O’Neal Compton is best known as a character actor in films and television (Life, Nixon, Nell, Primary Colors, Deep Impact, Seinfeld, Diabolique.) He is also an award-winning writer, producer, photographer and director of television commercials. Compton was badly injured (and partially paralyzed)in a fall while working in Florianopolis, Brazil in May, 2003, and had to stop working as an actor in films for a while. He has spent much of the last 5 years writing screenplays and a book about his life. He also writes a popular political blog, The Whole American Hog. O’Neal’s art photography has been featured in exhibitions at the Michael Hoppen Gallery (London), Castle Haggenberg (Vienna) and in private galleries in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, New Orleans and South Carolina. His photographs hang in the collections of many celebrities including Morgan Freeman, Johnny Depp, Billy Bob Thornton, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Sharon Stone, Elizabeth Taylor, John Travolta, Emma Thompson and Oliver Stone. O’Neal was commissioned by Jerry Seinfeld to create a series of his “slow speed” natural light portraits of the cast and crew in the last year of that show. Look for a documentary on abortion clinic escorts. O’Neal attended Clemson University, The University of South Carolina, Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science, and finally, Wofford College, where he discovered the Theater Department and was thus saved from a normal life. He has lived in New York, Los Angeles and Europe for most of 25 years and presently splits time between Columbia, Sumter and Charleston, South Carolina. Filmography Kill Me Later (2001) - Agent McGinley Picking Up the Pieces (2000) - Texas John Big Eden (2000) - Jim Soams Life (1999/I) - Superintendent Abernathy Party of Five (1998) (TV series) - Les (1 episode) Deep Impact (1998) - Morten Entrekin LateLine (1998) (TV series) - Harlan (1 episode) Primary Colors (1998) - Sailorman Shoreson Orleans (1997) (TV series) - Lawyer Curtis Manzant (5 episodes) Seinfeld (1995–1997) (TV series) - Earl Haffler (2 episodes) Diabolique (1996) - Irv Danziger Shaughnessy (1996) (TV) - Nixon (1995) - Texas Man The Single Guy (1995) (TV series) - TY (1 episode) Coach (1995) (TV series) - Hal (1 episode) Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1995) (TV series) - Gene Newtrich (1 episode) Nell (1994) - Don Fontana, Lovell's Attorney Roadracers (1994) (TV) - J.T. Rebel Highway (1994) (TV series) - J.T. (1 episode) Little Big League (1994) - Major League Umpire Murder Between Friends (1994) (TV) - Det. Easby Grace Under Fire (1993) (TV series) - Doctor (1 episode) Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman (1993) (TV) - Sheriff Denby Harts of the West (1993) (TV series) - (episode "The Right Stuff") The Thing Called Love (1993) - Singing Cop What's Love Got to Do with It (1993) - George (the Ramada Inn Manager) Made in America (1993) - Rocky When Love Kills: The Seduction of John Hearn (1993) (TV) - Minister The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom (1993) (TV) - Principal James Barker The Wonder Years (1993) (TV series) - Zeke (1 episode) Home Improvement (1993) (TV series) - Phil (1 episode) Delta (1992) (TV series) - Mr. Boone (1 episode) A Message from Holly (1992) (TV) - Burly Man Parker Lewis Can't Lose (1992) (TV series) - Fez Man (1 episode) Quantum Leap (1992) (TV series) - Russ (1 episode) Brother Future (1991) (TV) - Turner Don't Tell Her It's Me (1990) - Gas Station Attendant References ^ O'Neal Compton Biography (1951-) External links O'Neal Compton at the Internet Movie Database O'Neal Compton at O'Neal Compton in his studio in Venice California in 1996. Persondata Name Compton, Oneal Alternative names Short description Date of birth February 5, 1951 Place of birth Sumter, South Carolina, U.S.A. Date of death Place of death