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Blake C. Shields
Ithaca, New York, U.S.
Blake C. Shields is an American film and television actor.
Shields was born in Ithaca, New York. He is the second child and has one older brother and two younger sisters. He spent most of his childhood globetrotting the world with his family of six until finally settling down in Israel. After returning to the United States as a precocious and cultured youngster, he devoted much of his time and passion to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival and the theater group the Washington Street Players. He went on to star in major theater productions such as A Midsummer Night's Dream and Hamlet .
In 2000, Shields filmed his first widely released feature film in Boys and Girls opposite Freddie Prinze Jr. He also starred in New Port South , a film written by James Hughes. He was a series regular on Carnivàle and Sleeper Cell . Additional credits include JAG , The Closer , CSI: Crime Scene Investigation , and Cold Case Files .
Shields lives in Los Angeles. Most recently, Blake played the villain Flint in NBC's Heroes . He was also cast as a serial killer in an episode of Criminal Minds ("Hopeless").
|2000||Crime and Punishment in Suburbia||Moznick|
|2001||New Port South||Will Maddox|
|2017||Live or Die in La Honda||Blake Baker|
|1999||Boy Meets World||Tony||Episode: "What a Drag!"|
|2000||Freaks and Geeks||Rick Phillips||Episode: "The Diary"|
|2002||Undeclared||Henry||Episode: "Truth or Dare"|
|2002||JAG||Tim Hawley||Episode: "Hero Worship"|
|2003, 2009||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Blaine, Ronald Tobin||Episodes: "All for Our Country", "Lover's Lanes"|
|2004||Cold Case||Barry Tepler||Episode: "Hubris"|
|2004||The Hollow||Rob||TV film|
|2006||Veronica Mars||Officer Harrison||Episode: "President Evil"|
|2006–2008||Heroes||Flint Gordon, Jr.||Recurring role (season 3)|
|2007||Crossing Jordan||Off. Conner Greco||Episode: "33 Bullets"|
|2007||The Closer||Bill Hawthorn||Episode: "Blindsided"|
|2007–2008||K-Ville||Jeff 'Glue Boy' Gooden||Main role|
|2008||Bones||Chuck Kennedy||Episode: "The He in the She"|
|2009||Eleventh Hour||Greg Filmore||Episode: "H2O"|
|2009||Criminal Minds||J.R. Baker||Episode: "Hopeless"|
|2010||Dark Blue||Neal Erikson||Episode: "Brother's Keeper"|
|2011||Law & Order: LA||Blake Humphry||Episode: "Big Rock Mesa"|
|2011||CSI: Miami||Kurt Riggins||Episode: "Long Gone"|
|2011||The Whole Truth||Kevin O'Shea||Episode: "Perfect Witness"|
|2012||The Finder||Eddie Ross (young)||Episode: "Bullets"|
|2015||The Mentalist||Mike Milligan||Episode: "Green Light"|
|2015||CSI: Cyber||Jeremy Spitz||Episode: "Bit by Bit"|
|2015||Aquarius||Drew||Episode: "A Whiter Shade of Pale"|
|2015||Castle||Eric Logan||Episode: "What Lies Beneath"|
|2017||Rosewood||Asa Stratton||Episode: "Naegleria & Neighborhood Watch"|
|2018||Lucifer||Liam Wade||Episode: "Infernal Guinea Pig"|
|2019||Good Girls||Drug Dealer||Episode: "The Dubby"|
|2021||American Horror Stories||Bob Birch||Episode: "Feral"|
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