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Major motion picture credits for French Stewart include his film debut on Stargate (1994) as Lieutenant Louis Ferretti, followed by Leaving Las Vegas (1995), The Poison Tasters (1995), Magic Island (1995) Glory Daze (1996), McHale's Navy (1997), Love Stinks (1999), Clockstoppers (2002) as Earl Doppler and Wedding Daze as Nathan Bennett IV. Animated credits include the voice of Bob on the short-lived animated series God, the Devil and Bob (2000), and Disney's animated series Hercules (1998) as Icarus. Since the end of 3rd Rock in 2001, Stewart has appeared in a number of minor roles, mainly in situation comedies such as Just Shoot Me!, Becker, The Drew Carey Show, Less Than Perfect and That '70s Show (from the same creators as 3rd Rock from the Sun). He also starred in the WB show Charmed as a genie at the end of season 2, NCIS. He has starred in comedy films, with major roles in the direct-to-video films Home Alone 4 (2002) and Inspector Gadget 2 (2003). He also appeared as a guest star in the TV show, Phineas and Ferb, in the episode "Run Away Runway" as the fashion designer, Gaston Le Mode (2008).
Born Milton French-Stewart in Albuquerque, New Mexico, actor French Stewart was a graduate of Del Norte High School. Stewart was a student at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and was a member of a regional theater touring company before transitioning into television. The very first role he booked was the DJ Razor Dee on the second and final season of "The New WKRP in Cincinnati" (CBS, 1991-93).In 1994 Stewart appeared in an episode of "Seinfeld" (NBC, 1989-1998), and in the movie "Stargate" (1994). In 1996 Stewart scored his breakout role when he was cast as alien-in-hiding Harry Solomon in the series "Third Rock from the Sun" (NBC, 1996-2001). The series ran for six seasons and Stewart quickly became known as one of the most reliable laugh getters in its cast, alongside John Lithgow, Joseph Gordon Levitt and Kristen Johnston. During that period, Stewart also appeared in a number of features including "McHale's Navy" (1997), "Love Stinks" (1999), and "Bartok the Magnificent" (1999). In 2000 he appeared in guest roles on a number of television shows including "Charmed" (CW, 1998-2006), "The Drew Carey Show" (ABC, 1995-2004), "The Closer" (TNT, 205-2012). And "Psych" (USA, 2006-09). In 2013 Stewart was cast on the series "Mom" (CBS, 2013-) as Chef Rudy, the boss of Anna Faris' Christy Plunkett. Stewart appeared as himself in an episode of "The Birthday Boys" (IFC, 2013-15), and on an episode of "Hell's Kitchen" (Fox, 2005-).
Stargate Universe (often abbreviated as SGU) is a Canadian-American military science fiction television series and part of MGM's Stargate franchise. It follows the adventures of a present-day, multinational exploration team traveling on the Ancient spaceship Destiny several billion light years distant from the Milky Way Galaxy. They are now trying to figure out a way to return to Earth, while simultaneously trying to explore and to survive in their unknown area of the universe. The series, created by Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper, premiered in the United States on Syfy on October 2, 2009. The series featured an ensemble cast and was primarily filmed in and around Vancouver, BC, Canada. A second season of 20 episodes was announced by Syfy in December 2009.
French Stewart is an American actor and comedian who is best recognized as Harry Solomon in the NBC sitcom '3rd Rock From the Sun' and Chef Rudy in the CBS sitcom 'Mom'. He has appeared on several television shows over the years, some of which are 'Just Shoot Me!', 'That '70s Show', 'Becker', 'Less Than Perfect', 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation', 'Pepper Dennis', 'Bones', 'Castle', 'True Jackson, VP', 'Days of Our Lives', '2 Broke Girls', 'NCIS', and 'K.C. Undercover'. His major film roles were in 'Glory Daze', 'Love Stinks', 'Home Alone 4', 'Inspector Gadget 2' and 'Dog Gone'. He was nominated for an 'Emmy' award for voicing Icarus on 'Hercules'. He produced the play 'Watson: The Last Great Tale of the Legendary Sherlock Holmes' at the Sacred Fools Theater Company and played the dual role of Queen Victoria and Sigmund Freud, which earned him a nomination for 'Ovation Awards'.