American actor Craig Theodore Nelson was born. Deputy Ward Wilson in the 1980 movie Stir Crazy, Steve Freeling in the 1982 picture Poltergeist, Burt Nickerson in All The Right Moves (1983),
Peter Dellaplane in Action Jackson, Chief Howard Hyde in Turner & Hooch (1989), and Hayden Fox in the sitcom Coach are among his well-known performances.
The voices of Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible in the 2004 film The Incredibles and its 2018 sequel, Alex Cullen in The Devil’s Advocate (1997), Chief Jack Mannion in The District (2000–2004), and The Warden in My Name is Earl.
He also plays Dale Ballard on Young Sheldon and played as Zeek Braverman in the television series Parenthood.
What is Craig T. Nelsons middle name?
Born Craig Richard Nelson in Spokane, WA on April 4, 1944, he changed his middle name to Theodore after discovering through the Screen Actors Guild that another actor shared his name.
Does Craig T. Nelson know martial arts?
From an early age, he was quite interested in sports as well as martial arts eventually earning himself a brown belt in karate. Nelson used to play both football and baseball at high school.