Actor Jeremy Davidson has built a career of supporting parts in film and television series, as well as broadening his creative reach to write, produce, and direct the independent feature film "Tickling Leo. " Davidson made early television appearances on such series as the quirky comedy "Strangers with Candy" and the long-running police drama "NYPD Blue." This led to his first recurring role, on the supernatural "Roswell," followed by his first feature part, as a Marine in the Nicolas Cage World War II picture "Windtalkers." One-off spots on TV shows and the occasional independent film role led to a regular run on the short-lived bank-heist series "The Kill Point." Davidson also landed a recurring part on the successful show about spouses in the military, "Army Wives," playing a sergeant who goes through a divorce. He has ranged from minor supporting bits, such as a Secret Service agent in the Angelina Jolie thriller "Salt," to more substantial parts, including a role on the family drama "Brothers & Sisters." In 2009, Davidson wrote and directed the dramatic feature "Tickling Leo," about a Jewish family (headed by screen icon Eli Wallach) divided by a tumultuous history, sharing the production chores with his wife, actress Mary Stuart Masterson.