Charles Martin Smith
Smith has also been working behind the camera. He directed the family hit Air Bud, and more recently wrote and directed the indie film The Snow Walker, starring Barry Pepper and James Cromwell. He also directed and appeared in the films Fifty/Fifty and Trick or Treat. In addition, Smith executive produced and starred in Dead Heat and Here's to Life! His film acting credits also include Touching Wild Horses, Wedding Bell Blues, Perfect Alibi, The Final Cut and Speechless.
On television, Smith has guest starred on numerous series going back more than 30 years. He has also been seen in such network and cable longform projects as Still Small Voices, Kingdom Hospital, The Triangle, The Apartment Complex, P.T. Barnum, Dead Silence, Streets of Laredo and Roswell, to name only a few.
He also directed multiple episodes of the Canadian series Da Vinci's City Hall, Da Vinci's Inquest, and Intelligence, as well as the telefilms Icon and Mark Twain's Roughing It. His directing work also includes Welcome to the Hellmouth, the episode that launched the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Additionally, he wrote and executive produced the 2004 telefilm The Clinic.
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Charles Martin Smith Facts
|Birthday||October 30, 1953 (65)|
|Birthplace||Van Nuys, California, USA|
|Left Behind (2005)|
|Larry McMurtry's Streets of Laredo (1995)|
|The Hot Spot (1990)|
|The Untouchables (1987)|
|Never Cry Wolf (1983)|
|American Graffiti (1979)|
|The Buddy Holly Story (1978)|