More Clark Gregg Bios & Profiles
Biography #2Clark Gregg, also an accomplished actor and director, is a founding member and former artistic director of New York's Atlantic Theater Company. He recently earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his work in The Adventures of Sebastian Cole, and also appeared in Magnolia and Six Ways to Sunday. He will be seen in David Mamet's State and Main, due out in December 2000, and next begins work as an actor on Steven Spielberg's A.I. in August.
Gregg made his film debut in David Mamet's Things Change, followed by roles in Fat Man and Little Boy, Lana in Love, I Love Trouble, Clear and Present Danger and The Usual Suspects. He starred with Joe Mantegna and Christopher Reeve in Above Suspicion, and with George C. Scott in Tyson, both for HBO.
His New York stage roles include the recent U.S. premiere of Jez Butterworth's Mojo, Boy's Life at Lincoln Center, and A Few Good Men on Broadway, as well as productions of The Old Boy, Unidentified Human Remains, and new works at Atlantic by Mamet, John Guare, Craig Lucas, George Walker and others.
In addition, he directed the acclaimed 1997 New York revival of Mamet's Edmond, as well as the New York and Los Angeles premieres of Kevin Heelan's Distant Fires. The latter was nominated for Drama Desk, Obie and Outer Critics Circle Awards, and won three L.A. Weekly awards including one for Best Director.
Bio courtesy Fox (01-Jan-2000)