Unplugged & Totally Uncut

James Sikking Hill Street Blues

April 29, 201412 min
JAMES B. SIKKING James B. Sikking has a wonderfully exciting face that has given us drama, comedy, tragedy and hilarious farce. During his career, he has guest-starred in more than 200 prime-time television shows and five series, most recently he did a guest stint on TNT’s “Major Crimes” and “The Closer.” He starred in four Steven Bocho television series: ‘Captain Stan Jonas’, “Brooklyn South, ” on CBS; “Doogie Howser, M.D.,” as Doogie’s dad 'David Howser, M.D.,' on ABC; 'Lt. Howard Hunter' on the critically acclaimed “Hill Street Blues” and “Turnabout,” both for NBC. He also did a three year stint on ABC's “General Hospital” and in 1988 “Mad Avenue,” a pilot for CBS. Two of his favorite guestings are his cameo on Bochco’s ABC series “Cop Rock” as his memorable “Hill Street Blues” character 'Lt. Howard Hunter' and several episodes of HBO’s hit series, “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” James has continually been in the viewer's eye with many diverse roles: “Nowhere to Land,” TBS Superstatio

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