More Martin Donovan Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Saved!)Martin Donovan is a respected and accomplished actor, who was most recently seen in Pipe Dream and will next be seen in The United States of Leland.
Donovan's other feature credits include The Portrait of a Lady, for which he won the
National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also starred in MGM's Agent Cody Banks, as well as Insomnia, The Opposite of Sex, Living Out Loud, In a Savage Land, Onegin, Heaven, Hollow Reed, and Nadja.
Donovan has enjoyed a long association with celebrated director Hal Hartley, and made his Sundance Film Festival debut with Hartley's Trust (which won the Waldo Salt screenwriting award) in 1991. Other Hartley collaborations include Amateur, which was selected for both the Cannes and New York Film Festivals; Simple Men, which was also an official Cannes selection; Surviving Desire; Flirt; and The Book of Life, which was shown at the New York Film Festival.
Donovan also appeared in the FX telefilm RFK and the Fox series Pasadena. Other television credits include Amy and Isabelle, The Great Gatsby, and When Trumpets Fade for HBO. Donovan made his television series regular debut in the critically acclaimed drama series Wonderland.
Bio courtesy United Artists for "Saved!" (09-Jun-2004)
Biography #3 (for Insomnia)A respected and accomplished actor, Martin Donovan is best known for his work in such feature films as Jane Campion's Portrait of a Lady, for which he won the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor; The Opposite of Sex, directed by Don Roos; and screenwriter Richard LaGranvanese's directorial debut, Living Out Loud.
Donovan has enjoyed a long association with celebrated director Hal Hartley, appearing in several of his films, including Book of Life, Amateur, Trust, Surviving Desire, Simple Men and Flirt. Donovan's additional feature credits include The Pornographer: A Love Story, In A Savage Land, Onegin, Heaven, Hollow Reed and Nadja. Donovan will next be seen in The United States of Leland with Kevin Spacey and Lena Olin.
Donovan most recently starred in the Fox series Pasadena, the highly rated telefilms Amy & Isabelle, The Great Gatsby opposite Mira Sorvino, and HBO's When Trumpets Fade. Donovan made his television series regular debut in the critically acclaimed drama series Wonderland.
Originally from Reseda, California, Donovan studied acting at the American Theater of Arts in Los Angeles, where he appeared in numerous plays. Donovan is married, has two children.
Bio courtesy Warner Bros. for "Insomnia" (01-Jan-2000)