Biography: Tom Brennan was born on April 16, 1926 in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Oberlin College. He influenced the formation of the Williamstown Theatre Festival. His regional work included The McCarter Theater, Yale Repertory Theater, The Fords Theatre, and Trinity Playhouse. He taught theatre at Rutgers University, Circle in the Square Theatre School, William Paterson University, and Berkley College. He married Marylou Romano, with whom he had his children: Nicholas, StellaLucia, Dr. Ben Brennan, and Dallas Brennan.
Film/TV Credits: Film credits include: "Fatal Attraction," "Rookie of the Year," "Kiss & Tell," "Willie & Phil," "Stone Cold Dead," "Rock the Paint," and "Recommendation for Mercy." Television credits include: "Law & Order," "North and South," "The Equalizer," "Spenser: For Hire," "Lincoln," "Great Performances," and "The Edge of Night."