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Kris Kamm (born November 29, 1964) is an American actor, most recognizable from his role as Stuart Rosebrock in the sitcom Coach.

Kris Kamm
Born (1964-11-29) November 29, 1964 (age 53)
Evanston, Illinois, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1987–present

Kamm was born in Evanston, Illinois. His first acting roles were small parts on television shows. He has appeared on such television series as Murder, She Wrote, Married... with Children, and 21 Jump Street. His most famous work was as Stuart Rosebrock on Coach. He left the show to pursue other acting interests but returned for the final episode. After Coach, Kamm continued to work in small roles in television. He appeared in such films as The Heroes of Desert Storm, When the Party's Over and Wyatt Earp.[1]

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1987 CBS Schoolbreak Special Bart Episode: "An Enemy Among Us"
1987 Married... with Children Brian Episode: "How Do You Spell Revenge?"
1988 Shattered Innocence Cory Parker TV movie
1988 21 Jump Street Jimmy Toushak Episode: "School's Out"
1988 Elvira, Mistress of the Dark Randy
1988 Simon & Simon Matt Episode: "Simon & Simon Jr."
1989 Paradise Cole Episode: "Crossroads"
1989–92 Coach Stuart Rosebrock 45 episodes
1989 CBS Summer Playhouse George Bergen Episode: "Elysian Fields"
1989 Quantum Leap Chris Stone Episode: "Disco Inferno - April 1, 1976"
1991 Frame Up Jack Marsh
1991 Born to Ride Bobby Novak
1991 The Heroes of Desert Storm Pvt. Stephen Shaefer TV movie
1992 Murder, She Wrote Teddy Graves Episode: "The Dead File"
1993 When the Party's Over Banks
1993 In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco TV movie
1994 Wyatt Earp Billy Claiborne
1994 Gambler V: Playing for Keeps Jeremiah Hawkes TV movie
1996 Andersonville 2nd Wisconsin Soldier TV movie
1998 Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction Officer Sams Episode: "The Wall/The Chalkboard/The Getaway/The Prescription/Summer Camp"
1998 Winchell Reporter #2 TV movie
2000 Lost in the Pershing Point Hotel Cotton Pine
2000 Cover Me Phil Romy Episode: "Killing Me Softly"
2000 Cursed Part 3 Short film
2005 World on Fire Xander Also co-producer

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