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Even his hair looks presidential. In his long, varied career actor William Devane has played more than his share of bad guys, romantic leads and comic characters. But he's best known to audiences for his political roles. It makes sense. There's gravitas in Devane's demeanor and an authority in his voice that commands attention and respect. He looks and sounds like an idealized version of a politician. Since earning an Emmy nomination for his star-making turn as President Kennedy 40 years ago in the ABC movie, "The Missiles of October," Devane has played presidents on "Stargate SG-1" and in Christopher Nolan's 2012 blockbuster "The Dark...