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Callard Harris
General Information
Born: (1982-05-16) May 16, 1982 (age 35)[1]
Birthplace: Michgian, U.S.
Occupation: Actor
Years active: 2005-present
Appeared on/in
(or involved with):
Dallas (second series)
Appeared as: Tommy Sutter

Callard Harris (born May 16, 1982) played the recurring part of Tommy Sutter, the brother of Rebecca Sutter on the TNT series Dallas (second series).


Callard is perhaps best known for his television role as Mike Reno in Glory Daze, from 2010-2011.[2]

Callard, a Michigan native, hit the ground running on his arrival in Los Angeles, booking guest star roles on CBS-TV's The Mentalist and CSI: Miami, as well as ABC-TV's Women's Murder Club.[2]

Callard also landed a recurring guest-star role on FX's Son's of Anarchy TV series, playing Irish arms dealer Edmond Hayes.[2]

When Callard isn't busy on set, he enjoys playing golf and working around his home.[2]

Selected filmographyEdit

Year Title Character Notes
2014 Witches of East End (TV series) Ivar in episode "The Brothers Grimoire"
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Jonah Brock in episode "Rubbery Homicide"
You're the Worst Tommy Boden/Skinny Vet Tommy 2 episodes
2013-14 The Originals (TV series) Thierry Vanchure Recurring role - 10 episodes
2013 Grimm Cole Pritchard in episode "Natural Born Wesen"
Major Crimes )TV series) Scott Shaw in episode "Backfire"
2012 Dallas (second series) Tommy Sutter 9 episods
The Real St. Nick Nick Made for-TV Movie
2011 The Defenders Matt Greene in episode "Nevada v. Greene"
2010-11 Glory Daze (TV series) Mike Reno 10 episodes
2009 Roommates (TV series) Ben 3 episodes
Sons of Anarchy (TV series) Edmond Hayes 9 episodes - Season 2
The Mentalist (TV series) Tom Doverton in episode "A Prince Above Rubies"
2008 Women's Murder Club Jay Osbourne in episode "And the Truth Will (Sometimes) Set You Free"
2007 CSI: Miami Barry Slater in episode "Inside Out"
2006 Scrubs (TV series) Bob in episode "My Brother's Booty"


  1. Birth reference check via
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "Callard Harris bio". 

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