Guest Star :: Craig T. Nelson
Craig T. Nelson is an Emmy-award winning American actor best known for his title role in the long-running ABC sitcom Coach.
Nelson starred as Hayden Fox, the coach of a university football team, on Coach from 1989 to 1997. He won an Emmy award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series in 1992 for his role on the show.
Nelson had a leading role on the CBS drama series The District from 2000 to 2004. Nelson also starred in the family-drama series Parenthood, which ran from 2010-2015 on NBC. Nelson's other TV credits include recurring roles on My Name is Earl, Monk and Grace and Frankie.
On the big screen, Nelson is known for his roles in films including Stir Crazy, Poltergeist, Silkwood, and Turner & Hooch. Nelson lent his voice to Mr. Incredible in the 2004 Disney-Pixar film The Incredibles and its 2018 sequel.
Craig T. Nelson has guest starred in 7 episodes of Young Sheldon.
Aired November 7, 2019When George takes Missy to a baseball tryout, Coach Dale Ballard won't consider having a girl on his team.
Aired November 14, 2019Meemaw is concerned when George goes out for a drink with her new boyfriend, Dale.
Aired November 21, 2019Dale offers Georgie a job at his sporting goods store.
Aired December 12, 2019Dale doesn't know what's going on when Meemaw's ex-boyfriend, Dr. Sturgis, starts lurking around.
Aired January 30, 2020George Sr. and Georgie go camping with Meemaw's new boyfriend, Dale (Craig T. Nelson), but things get complicated when her ex-boyfriend, Dr. Sturgis (Wallace Shawn), tags along.
Aired February 6, 2020Sheldon and Georgie mine for platinum in roadside gravel. Also, Mary is concerned when Missy misuses religion to help with a batting slump.
Aired February 13, 2020Meemaw meets Dale's ex-wife, June (Reba McEntire). Also, Sheldon is forced to work on a group project with reluctant college students.