Clark Gregg

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Gregg at the 2019 WonderCon
Born
Robert Clark Gregg

(1962-04-02) April 2, 1962 (age 58)
Alma mater New York University
Occupation
  • Actor
  • director
  • screenwriter
Years active1988–present
Spouse(s)
(m. 2001)
Children1

Robert Clark Gregg (born April 2, 1962) is an American actor, director, and screenwriter. He is best known for playing Agent Phil Coulson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films Iron Man (2008), Iron Man 2 (2010), Thor (2011), The Avengers (2012), Captain Marvel (2019), and the television spin-off series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013–2020). Gregg also voiced Phil Coulson on the animated series Ultimate Spider-Man (2012–2017) and in the video games Lego Marvel Super Heroes (2013), Marvel Heroes (2013), and Lego Marvel's Avengers (2016).

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Gregg is also known for his role as FBI Special Agent Mike Casper on the NBC political drama series The West Wing (2001–2004) and as Richard, the ex-husband of Christine Campbell, in the CBS sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006–2010).

He wrote the horror film What Lies Beneath (2000), and wrote and directed the black comedy Choke (2008) and the comedy-drama Trust Me (2013). He appeared in the films The Adventures of Sebastian Cole (1998), One Hour Photo (2002), In Good Company (2004), When a Stranger Calls (2006), 500 Days of Summer (2009), Much Ado About Nothing (2012), The To Do List (2013), Labor Day (2013), and Live by Night (2016).

Early life

Gregg was born April 2, 1962, in Boston, Massachusetts, [1] the son of Mary Layne (née Shine) and Robert Clark Gregg Sr., an Episcopal priest and Stanford University professor. [2] [3] [4] Because his family relocated frequently, he had lived in seven cities by the time he was 17. He attended high school in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where his father was a professor at nearby Duke University. [5] [6]

He attended Ohio Wesleyan University for two years before dropping out and moving to Manhattan. He worked various jobs, such as being a bar back, a security guard at the Guggenheim Museum, and a parking valet at a restaurant. [7] He later enrolled at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where he studied drama and English, and graduated in 1986. [8]

Career

Gregg at the 2013 WonderCon Clark Gregg by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Gregg at the 2013 WonderCon

Gregg was a founding member, and later artistic director, of the off-Broadway Atlantic Theater Company, which formed in 1983. Gregg has been featured in a number of supporting roles in films, such as Lovely & Amazing , The Human Stain , and In Good Company , and a number of guest spots on TV series, such as Will & Grace , Sports Night , Sex and the City and The West Wing . He also wrote the screenplay for the 2000 thriller What Lies Beneath . [8]

He is the director and screenwriter of the 2008 film Choke , based on the Chuck Palahniuk novel of the same name, starring Sam Rockwell. [9] Gregg consulted his father, a retired religion professor at Stanford, for the quotation from Saint Paul's letter to the Galatians which Gregg used in Choke. [10] Gregg's father is also the former chaplain at Stanford Memorial Church.

In 2008, Gregg appeared in the film Iron Man as S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Phil Coulson. [11] In 2010, Gregg reprised his role as Agent Coulson for Iron Man 2 . Gregg had since signed up for a multiple film deal as the character with Marvel Studios. In 2011, he returned again as Coulson for Thor . [12] Gregg noted his being a part of the expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe as being very exciting; "Agent Coulson was one of the guys who wasn't really in the comic books, and he was a very kind of small role in Iron Man," he said, "and I was just very lucky that they chose to expand that character and chose to put him more into the universe of it. It's really a blast!" [13] Following on from his appearance in Thor, he again reprised his role in The Avengers . Gregg also stars in a series of Marvel short films that center around his character and can be seen on the Blu-ray releases of the films.

In October 2010, Gregg was part of the cast of a staged reading of Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart alongside Dylan Walsh, Lisa Kudrow, and Tate Donovan, presented in Los Angeles on the occasion of the play's 25th anniversary (and preceding the play's 2011 Broadway premiere, which retained elements of this staged reading); the reading was directed by his father-in-law, Joel Grey. [14]

From 2013 to 2020, Gregg portrayed Agent Phil Coulson in the ABC television superhero drama series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. , set within the MCU, alongside Ming-Na Wen and Chloe Bennet. [15] He also went on to direct episodes in seasons five [16] and six. [17]

On April 20, 2013, Trust Me , a film written, produced, and directed by Gregg, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. [18] The film found limited release in the United States in June 2014.

Gregg reprised his role as Agent Coulson in the 2019 superhero film Captain Marvel .

Personal life

Gregg (left) with his wife, Jennifer Grey (right), at the November 30, 2010 Epic Mickey launch party in Manhattan. 11.30.10ClarkGreggJenniferGreyByLuigiNovi.jpg
Gregg (left) with his wife, Jennifer Grey (right), at the November 30, 2010 Epic Mickey launch party in Manhattan.

Gregg married actress Jennifer Grey on July 21, 2001; the couple co-starred in the Lifetime TV movie Road to Christmas . They have a daughter Stella, born December 3, 2001. [19] He is a sober alcoholic, and describes himself as a member of a Jewish family (his wife is Jewish). [20] [21] He has a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. [22] [23] Gregg and his wife were two of the demonstrators at the 2017 Women's March held on January 21, 2017 in Washington, D.C.. [24] On July 3, 2020, Gregg stated on Instagram that he and his wife separated in January and filed for divorce. [25]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1988 Things Change Stage Manager
1989 Fat Man and Little Boy Douglas Panton
1992Lana in LoveMarty
1994Ride MeJake Shank
I Love Trouble Darryl Beekman, Jr.
Clear and Present Danger Staff Sergeant
1995 The Usual Suspects Dr. Walters
Above Suspicion Randy
Tyson Kevin
1997 The Spanish Prisoner FBI Sniper
The Last Time I Committed Suicide Cop No. 1
Six Ways to Sunday Benjamin Taft
1998 The Adventures of Sebastian Cole Hank / Henrietta Rossi
1999 Magnolia WDKK Floor Director
2000 State and Main Doug Mackenzie
What Lies Beneath NoneScreenwriter
2001 A.I. Artificial Intelligence Supernerd
Lovely & Amazing Bill
2002 One Hour Photo Det. Paul Outerbridge
We Were Soldiers Capt. Tom Metsker
2003 Northfork Mr. HadfieldUncredited
11:14 Officer Hanna
The Human Stain Nelson Primus
2004 Spartan Miller
In Enemy Hands Executive Officer Teddy Goodman
In Good Company Mark Steckle
2006 When a Stranger Calls Ben Johnson
Bickford Shmeckler's Cool Ideas Publisher
Hoot Chuck Muckle
2007 In the Land of Women Nelson Hardwicke
The Air I Breathe Henry
2008 Choke Lord High CharlieAlso screenwriter and director
Iron Man Agent Phil Coulson
2009 500 Days of Summer Vance
2010 Iron Man 2 Agent Phil Coulson
2011 Thor
Mr. Popper's Penguins Nat Jones
The Consultant Agent Phil CoulsonShort film
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer
2012 The Avengers
Much Ado About Nothing Leonato
Brightest Star Mr. Markovic
2013 The To Do List Judge George Klark
Labor Day Gerald
Trust Me Howard HollowayAlso screenwriter, producer, and director
2014 Very Good Girls Edward Berger
2015Thrilling Adventure Hour LiveMason Grantz
2016 Live by Night Chief Inspector Calvin Bordurant
2018 Spinning Man Paul
2019 Captain Marvel Agent Phil Coulson
2020 Run Sweetheart Run James R. Fuller
2021 Moxie Post-production

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1988Lip ServiceStage ManagerTelevision film
1991 Law & Order Patrick DunneEpisode: "Life Choice"
Shannon's Deal Mercer2 episodes
A Woman Named Jackie Ken O'Donnell Miniseries
1993 The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles DickinsonEpisode: "Princeton, February 1916"
1994 The George Carlin Show DadEpisode: "George Does A Bad Thing"
1995 Tyson Kevin Rooney Television film
The Commish Tom Cannon2 episodes
Central Park West ManagerEpisode: "Behind Your Back"
1996 Touched by an Angel Don DudleyEpisode: "Lost and Found"
2000 Sports Night The Stranger / Calvin Trager2 episodes
Sex and the City Harris BragenEpisode: "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
The Practice Julie McGrath's BrotherEpisode: "Brother's Keepers"
2001–2004 The West Wing FBI Special Agent Michael Casper8 episodes
2002My Sister's KeeperHarveyTelevision film
Live from Baghdad Eason JordanTelevision film
2003 Will & Grace CamEpisode: "May Divorce Be with You"
2004 The Shield William Faulks2 episodes
2005 CSI: NY D.A. Allen McShaneEpisode: "The Fall"
2006 The Road to Christmas Tom PullmanTelevision film
2006–2010 The New Adventures of Old Christine Richard CampbellMain role
2012–2017 Ultimate Spider-Man Phil Coulson (voice)Main role
2013 Comedy Bang! Bang! HimselfEpisode: "Clark Gregg Wears a Navy Blazer & White Collared Shirt"
2013–2020 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Phil Coulson / Pachakutiq / Sarge [26] Main role
Also directed episodes: "Fun & Games" & "Missing Pieces"
2016 Lip Sync Battle HimselfEpisode: "Clark Gregg vs. Hayley Atwell"
BattleBots Episode: "The Gears Awaken"
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot Phil CoulsonEpisode: "Vendetta"
2019 SMILF Mr. DaddyEpisode: "Single Mom is Losing Faith"
2020 The Conners Ron2 episodes

Video games

YearTitleVoice roleNotes
2013 Lego Marvel Super Heroes Phil Coulson
Marvel Heroes
2016 Lego Marvel's Avengers

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryWorkResult
2000 Film Independent Spirit Award Best Supporting Male The Adventures of Sebastian ColeNominated
National Board of Review Award Best Acting by an Ensemble State and MainWon
2001 Online Film Critics Society Award Best Ensemble Cast Performance Won
Florida Film Critics Circle Award Best Ensemble Cast Won
2006 Women's Image Network Award Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series The New Adventures of Old ChristineWon
2008 Sundance Film Festival Award Grand Jury Prize - Dramatic ChokeNominated
Special Jury Prize: Dramatic, Work by an Ensemble Cast Won
2013 Saturn Award Best Supporting Actor The AvengersWon

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