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Craig Bierko stars in "Necessary Roughness" on USA Network in the recurring role of Dr. Dani Santino's (Callie Thorne) ex-husband Ray Santino. Bierko also stars in the body-switching film comedy "The Change-Up," opposite Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman, as Valtan.

Bierko is perhaps best-known for role as Jeffrey Coho on ABC's "Boston Legal" and his Tony-nominated portrayal of Harold Hill in the 2000-2001 Broadway revival of "The Music Man." He is also known for his film appearances, as boxing
Craig Bierko in "Boston Legal"
Craig Bierko Boston Legal
champion Max Baer in "Cinderella Man" (2005) and as a character spoofing Tom Cruise in "Scary Movie 4" (2006).

Born in Rye Brook, New York, Craig Bierko made his stage debut at the age of ten in a community theater production of Gypsy.

Bierko's television credits date back to an appearance on the family drama "Our House" (1987). In 1989, he had small recurring roles in "Newhart" and "Paradise" and appeared for a time on the daytime drama "The Young and the Restless." In the spring of 1990, he landed his first starring role in the short-lived comedy "Sydney." That fall, he appeared in an episode of "Murphy Brown," with Candice Bergen. Other roles in that time period included a recurring role on Norman Lear's "The Powers That Be" (1992) and another starring role on the short-running series, "Pride & Joy" (1995), which also featured other future stars Jeremy Piven and Caroline Rhea.

In 1998, Bierko had a memorable turn as a super-agent on the popular comedy "Mad About You," and in 2001, he appeared as Carrie's attention-deficited jazz musician boyfriend in two episodes of "Sex and the City." In between those two, he worked on a David E. Kelley show for the first time, in an episode of "Ally McBeal" (2000).

Besides "The Music Man," Bierko also appeared on Broadway in "Thou Shalt Not" (2001-2002) and off-Broadway in other shows, including a 2004 production of "Fired!," which was created by one-time "Boston Legal" guest star Annabelle Gurwitch.

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Age: 52 years old
Birthday: August 18, 1964
Height: 6' 3 ½"
Full Name / Real Name: Craig Philip Bierko
Birthplace: Rye Brook, NY

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