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Clark Gregg stars in "The Avengers," reprising his role as Agent Phil Coulson from "Thor," "Iron Man" and "Iron Man 2." He also voices the character in the animated series "Ultimate Spider-Man."

Gregg is perhaps best known though for starring opposite Julia Louis-Dreyfus in all five seasons of CBS's comedy "The New Adventures of Old Christine" from 2006 – 2010 as Richard Campbell.

Clark Gregg received his bachelor of fine arts degree from NYU where he trained with David Mamet and William H. Macy. With them, Gregg co-founded New York's famed Atlantic Theater Company, serving as one of the company's first artistic directors. Gregg made his Off Broadway debut in Atlantic's production of Howard Korder's "Boys' Life" directed by Macy at the Lincoln Center Theater. He has appeared in numerous Broadway and off-Broadway productions, including "A Few Good Men," "The Old Boy," "Unidentified Human Remains," "Mojo" and "The Night Heron." Gregg directed the acclaimed 1996 Off Broadway revival of Mamet's play, "Edmond," and the New York and Los Angeles premieres of "Distant Fires." Gregg also created, co-wrote and directed the Los Angeles serialized play, "The Big Empty."

Since moving to Los Angeles in the 1990s, he has put together an impressive body of work in film and television. On television, Gregg played the recurring role of FBI liaison Agent Michael Casper on "The West Wing." He has also appeared in "The Shield," "Will & Grace," "Sport's Night," "Sex and the City" and "The Practice." Gregg's television film credits include "My Sister's Keeper" for Hallmark, "Tyson," "Live from Baghdad" and the romantic comedy "The Road to Christmas," opposite his wife, Jennifer Grey.

His film acting work includes "Mr. Popper's Penguins," opposite Jim Carrey, "500 Days of Summer," "Choke," "In the Land of Women," "In Good Company," "Spartan," "State and Main," "Lovely and Amazing," "The Human Stain," "11:14,""Hoot,""We Were Soldiers," "One Hour Photo" and "Magnolia." He played the role of Hank/Henrietta in Tod Williams' debut feature "The Adventures of Sebastian Cole," for which he received an Independent Spirit Award nomination.

A dedicated hyphenate, Gregg's screenwriting debut, "What Lies Beneath" (DreamWorks) starred Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer and was directed by Robert Zemeckis. His feature film directing debut, "Choke," which he adapted from the novel by Chuck Palahniuk, premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and was awarded a Special Jury Prize for Best Ensemble; starring Sam Rockwell and Anjelica Huston, the film was released by Fox Searchlight in 2008. Clark has written or re-written scripts for Universal, Disney, Paramount, Warner Bros. and Fox 2000.

In addition, he has directed a number of plays, including Kevin Heelan's "Distant Fires," which was nominated for Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards in New York and moved to the Circle-in-the-Square downtown for an extended run. The Los Angeles production, starring Samuel L. Jackson, won three L.A. Weekly Awards, including Best Direction, Best Ensemble and Best Play, and was nominated for four Ovation Awards, including Best Director. He also directed the acclaimed 1998 Atlantic Theater revival of David Mamet's "Edmond," and created, co-wrote and directed the Los Angeles serialized play, "The Big Empty."

Gregg lives in Los Angeles with his wife and their daughter, Stella. Clark Gregg's hometown is Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Age: 54 years old
Birthday: April 2, 1962
Height: 5' 9"
Full Name / Real Name: Robert Clark Gregg
Birthplace: Boston, MA
Hometown: Cambridge, MA
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA
Wife: Jennifer Grey (7/21/2001, 1 child)

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