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Cole at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival
Gary Michael Cole

(1956-09-20) September 20, 1956 (age 66)
Alma mater Illinois State University
Years active1983–present
Michelle Knapp
(m. 2021)

Gary Michael Cole (born September 20, 1956) is an American actor. He began his professional acting career on stage at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company in 1985. His breakout role was as Jack 'Nighthawk' Killian in the NBC series Midnight Caller (1989).


Further prominent television roles include Sheriff Lucas Buck in American Gothic (1995–1996), Vice President Bob Russell in The West Wing (2003–2006), Kurt McVeigh in both The Good Wife (2010–2016) and The Good Fight (2017–2022), Kent Davison in Veep (2013–2019), and Special Agent Alden Parker in NCIS (2021–present ). A prolific voice actor, Cole's voice roles include Harvey Birdman in Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law (2000–2007, 2018), Principal Shepherd in Family Guy (2000–present), Dr. James Possible in Kim Possible (2002–2007), Mayor Fred Jones, Sr. in Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (2010–2013) and Sergeant Bosco in Bob's Burgers (2012–present).

One of his most notable film roles is Bill Lumbergh in Office Space (1999). Other film appearances include In the Line of Fire (1993), A Simple Plan (1998), One Hour Photo (2002), Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004), Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006) and Pineapple Express (2008).

Early life

Gary Michael Cole was born on September 20, 1956, in Park Ridge, Illinois, and raised in nearby Rolling Meadows. His father, Robert, was a municipal finance director, and his mother, Margaret or "Peggy", was a school administrative assistant. [1] [2] Cole has an older sister, Nancy.

While attending Rolling Meadows High School, Cole made his acting debut as Snoopy in a high school production of Clark Gesner's Peanuts musical You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown . Cole attended Illinois State University, where he studied theater as a classmate with fellow future actors Laurie Metcalf and John Malkovich.


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Cole in 2009

Cole began his professional career in 1983 as a stage actor in Chicago, where he joined the ensemble of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in 1985. In an early role, Cole played accused Army triple-murderer Capt Jeffrey MacDonald in the mini-series Fatal Vision . Cole has also appeared in several off-Broadway productions in New York City. He has done voice work on several animated series ( Family Guy ; Kim Possible ; Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law ; Archer ) and had a recurring role on the drama The West Wing as Vice President Bob Russell. He also starred as Captain Matthew Gideon on the short-lived Babylon 5 spin-off Crusade , and had notable guest appearances on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Arrested Development . He also played Joe Maxwell on DCOM Cadet Kelly and appeared as real-life astronaut Edgar Mitchell in HBO's recreation of Project Apollo, From the Earth to the Moon . One of his most notable roles in 1991 was as General Custer in the much acclaimed television film Son of the Morning Star .

Between 1988 and 1991, Cole became popular on TV for playing the part of Jack "Nighthawk" Killian in the series Midnight Caller . In 1999, Cole starred in the film Office Space , in which he portrayed the micromanaging office supervisor Bill Lumbergh. When asked about the oft-quoted character, Cole said:

Everyone in Office Space thought that this movie had died. So that's how I knew the movie was actually some kind of success because people were coming up doing some lines from the movie ... It never gets old because it reminds you that something you did had some impact. You could work your whole career and have nothing like that last that long. [3]

He played The Brady Bunch patriarch Mike Brady in the 1995 film The Brady Bunch Movie , the 1996 sequel A Very Brady Sequel , and the 2002 television film The Brady Bunch in the White House .

Cole starred as Lieutenant Conrad Rose on the TNT series Wanted , he is also the voice of the title character on the Adult Swim series Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law , and starred as Sheriff Lucas Buck on the one season 1995 show, American Gothic . Cole also appeared in the films Talladega Nights , Forever Strong , and American Pastime .

Cole played Katherine Mayfair's ex-husband Wayne on Desperate Housewives [4] and has played the dangerous drug lord Ted Jones in Pineapple Express with Seth Rogen and James Franco. He also appeared in an episode from the third season of the USA Network series Psych as S.W.A.T. commander Cameron Luntz. Cole also played Bill Owens, Sy Parrish's (Robin Williams) boss, in the film One Hour Photo .

In 2008, Cole appeared on Chuck as Sarah's con-artist father (in "Chuck Versus the DeLorean"), a role which he reprised in 2011 (in "Chuck Versus the Wedding Planner"). He also appeared in the fifth season of HBO's Entourage playing Ari Gold's old pal Andrew Klein for a 3-episode story arc prior to joining the regular cast in the sixth season.

He played ballistics expert Kurt McVeigh on The Good Wife and on The Good Fight . In both cases, he played opposite Christine Baranski, who portrayed lawyer Diane Lockhart.

Cole had a guest-appearance on the fourth season of the HBO series True Blood , playing Sookie Stackhouse's grandfather.

In 2011, Cole joined Fox's comedy pilot Tagged, but the series was not picked up. [5]

In 2013, Cole began a recurring role on Suits as Cameron Dennis, the former mentor of Harvey Specter, one of the show's main characters. Also in 2013, Cole began a major recurring role as Kent Davison on the HBO comedy series Veep , joining the main cast at the start of the show's second season. In 2014, he was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his work in season three. Additionally, Cole was nominated with his fellow cast members for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for seasons 2, 3, 4, and 5 before ultimately winning the award in 2017 for season 6.

Cole currently provides the voice of Sergeant Boscoe on Bob's Burgers and Principal Shepherd on Family Guy . He appears in triplicate as 10 Minutes, 10 Days and 10 Years in the Future Spokesguy in Kabbage's 2019 commercial campaign. [6]

Personal life

Cole married actress Teddi Siddall on March 8, 1992. [2] Their daughter Mary is pursuing an acting career. On June 19, 2017, Siddall filed for divorce. [7] [8] Siddall died in 2018. [9] On July 7, 2021, Cole married interior designer Michelle Knapp. [10]



1985 To Live and Die in L.A. Man Chased By Richard ChanceUncredited
1986 Lucas Assistant Coach
1993 In the Line of Fire Agent In Charge Bill Watts
1995 The Brady Bunch Movie Mike Brady
1996 A Very Brady Sequel Mike Brady
1997Santa FePaul Thomas
Gang RelatedRichard Simms
Cyclops, BabyManks
1998 A Simple Plan Vernon Bokovsky, FBI Agent Neil Baxter
Kiss the Sky Marty
I'll Be Home for Christmas Jake's Dad
1999 Office Space Bill Lumbergh
2000 The Gift David Duncan
2001 The Rising Place Avery Hodge
2002 One Hour Photo Bill Owens
I Spy Agent Carlos
2004 Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! Henry Futch
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story 'Cotton' McKnight
2005 The Ring Two Martin Savide
Mozart and the Whale Wallace
Cry Wolf Mr. Matthews
2006 Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby Reese Bobby
2007My Wife Is RetardedDr. Heichman Short film
American Pastime Billy Burrell
Breach Rich Garces
Goodnight VaginaDr. MilsteinShort film
2008Say Hello to Stan TalmadgeStan Talmadge
Conspiracy Rhodes
Pineapple Express Ted Jones
Forever Strong Coach Larry Gelwix
2009 Extract Bar PatronUncredited
The Joneses Larry
2010 DC Showcase: The Spectre Jim Corrigan / Spectre Voice, short film
Batman: Under the Red Hood 'Bobo', James Gordon, Shot, GuardVoice, direct-to-video
Immortality BitesDr. Levine
2011 Hop Henry O'Hare
The Chicago 8 Bill Kunstler
The Last Rites of Joe May Lenny
2013Vamp UArthur Levine
2014 Date and Switch Dwayne
Tammy Earl
CottonClay Peaks Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival Award for Best Actor [11]
The Town That Dreaded Sundown Chief Deputy Tillman
2015 Divine Access Reverend Guy Roy Davis
Christmas Eve Dr. Roberts
The Bronze Stan Greggory
2016Hot AirAviator
2017 Small Crimes Dan Pleasant
Scooby-Doo! Shaggy's Showdown RafeVoice, direct-to-video
2018 Blockers Ron
Under the Eiffel Tower Gerard
Unbroken: Path to Redemption Dr. George Bailey
Seven in Heaven Mr. Wallace
2019 The Art of Racing in the Rain Don Kitch
Married YoungAaron
2020Darkness FallsMark Witver
2021 Batman: Death in the Family James Gordon, Two-Face Voice, short film
2022 The Bob's Burgers Movie Sgt. BoscoVoice
Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe MattisonVoice


1983Heart of SteelLeeTelevision film
1984 Fatal Vision Captain Jeffrey MacDonald, MDTelevision film
American Playhouse Man With Xmas TreeEpisode: "A Matter of Principle"
1985First StepsMannyTelevision film
The Twilight Zone Daniel GaddisEpisode: "Her Pilgrim Soul"
1986Vital SignsDr. HaywardTelevision film
Miami Vice Jackson CraneEpisode: "Trust Fund Pirates"
Jack and Mike Chris SykesEpisode: "Pilot"
1987 Moonlighting Alan McClafferty2 episodes
Echoes in the Darkness Jack HoltzTelevision film
1988–1991 Midnight Caller Jack 'Nighthawk' Killian61 episodes
1989 Those She Left Behind Scott GrimesTelevision film
1990The Old Man and the SeaTom PruittTelevision film
1991 Son of the Morning Star George Armstrong Custer Television film
1993The SwitchLarry McAfeeTelevision film
When Love Kills: The Seduction of John HearnJohn HearnTelevision film
1994 A Time to Heal Jay BartonTelevision film
Twilight Zone: Rod Serling's Lost Classics JamesTelevision film
Fall from GraceMajor Tom O'NeillTelevision film
1995–1996 American Gothic Sheriff Lucas Buck22 episodes
1996 For My Daughter's Honor Pete NashTelevision film
1997Lies He ToldDaveTelevision film
1998 Dead Man's Gun Travis Everett ThornberryEpisode: "The Photographer"
The Outer Limits Detective Ray VenableEpisode: "Criminal Nature"
From the Earth to the Moon Edgar Mitchell Episode: "For Miles and Miles"
1999 Crusade Captain Matthew Gideon13 episodes
Chicken Soup for the SoulDadEpisode: "Where's My Kiss, Then?"
1999–2004 The Practice Solomon Tager, Attorney Brian Seabury3 episodes
2000 What About Joan JustinEpisode: "You Can't Go Home Again"
Family Law AlanEpisode: "Human Error"
Batman Beyond ZetaVoice, episode: "Zeta"
Touched by an Angel Charlie RadcliffEpisode: "Pandora's Box"
Frasier Luke ParkerEpisode: "The New Friend"
2000–2007 Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law Harvey Birdman, additional voicesVoice, 39 episodes
2000–present Family Guy Principal Shepherd, additional voicesVoice, 82 episodes
2001Neurotic TendenciesPilot
Justice League J. Allen CarterVoice, episode: "Secret Origins"
2002–2004 Teamo Supremo Mr. VagueVoice, 2 episodes
2002American AdventureChuckTelevision film
Cadet Kelly Brigadier General Joe "Sir" MaxwellTelevision film
The Brady Bunch in the White House Mike BradyTelevision film
2002–2003 Family Affair Bill Davis15 episodes
2002–2007 Kim Possible Dr. James PossibleVoice, 40 episodes
2003Criminology 101Roy FranksPilot
Hack Johnny ScanlonEpisode: "Brothers in Arms"
Monk Dexter LarsonEpisode: "Mr. Monk Meets the Playboy"
Karen Sisco Konner2 episodes
Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time Dr. James PossibleVoice, television film
2003–2006 The West Wing Vice President Bob Russell21 episodes
2004 Pop Rocks Jerry "Dagger" HardenTelevision film
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Xander HenryEpisode: "Brotherhood"
2005 Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama Dr. James PossibleVoice, television film
Wanted Lieutenant Conrad Rose13 episodes
King of the Hill Vance GilbertVoice, episode: "Harlottown"
2006That GuyGaryPilot
Company TownMartin AmbersonPilot
Arrested Development CIA AgentEpisode: "Exit Strategy"
2007 The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning The BalladeerVoice, television film
Shark Christian ChambersEpisode: "Blind Trust"
Supernatural Brad ReddingEpisode: "Hollywood Babylon"
2008Good BehaviorDean WestUnaired series
12 Miles of Bad Road Jerry Shakespeare6 episodes
Desperate Housewives Wayne Davis6 episodes
Psych Commander Cameron LutzEpisode: "Gus Walks Into a Bank"
2008–2011 Chuck Jack Burton2 episodes
2008–2010 Entourage Andrew Klein12 episodes
2009 The Cleaner Davis Durham2 episodes
Numb3rs Shepard CraterEpisode: "Hangman"
2010–2016 The Good Wife Kurt McVeigh14 episodes
2010Uncle NigelNigelPilot
Funny or Die Presents Lead FBI AgentEpisode: "201"
2010–2012 The Penguins of Madagascar Commissioner McSladeVoice, 4 episodes
2010–2013 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Mayor Fred Jones Sr., additional voicesVoice, 21 episodes
2010 The Good Guys Frank Savage2 episodes
The Closer Major Edward DorcetEpisode: "War Zone"
2011 True Blood Earl StackhouseEpisode: "She's Not There"
Curb Your Enthusiasm Joe O'DonnellEpisode: "The Divorce"
RicochetJudge Cato LairdTelevision film
2011TaggedJames PercyPilot
2016, 2019
Suits Cameron Dennis10 episodes
2011 Pound Puppies SlickVoice, episode: "I Never Barked for My Father"
2012 An Officer and a Murderer Colonel Russell Williams Television film
Hart of Dixie Dr. Ethan Hart2 episodes
ScruplesRoyce FranklinPilot
30 Rock RogerEpisode: "Unwindulax"
Royal Pains Simon BraddockEpisode: "Who's Your Daddy"
Wedding Band JackEpisode: "We Are Family"
2012–present Bob's Burgers Sergeant BoscoVoice, 12 episodes [12] [13] [14]
2012The ListChief Inspector Bob McKinnonPilot
2013–2019 Veep Kent Davison55 episodes
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (2017)
Nominated — Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (2014)
Nominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (2013–2016)
2014–2015 Archer Special Agent HawleyVoice, 6 episodes
2014 Phineas and Ferb Principal LangVoice, episode: "Doof 101/Father's Day"
2014, 2017 The Tom and Jerry Show NarratorVoice, 6 episodes
2014 The Legend of Korra Dai Li Sergeant, Rich ManVoice, 2 episodes
2014–2017 Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero Brock ZeroVoice, 14 episodes
2015 Mr. Robinson Neville RexEpisode: "Flesh for Fantasy"
Rick and Morty Alien DoctorVoice, episode: "Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate"
2015–2017 F Is for Family Rodger DunbartonVoice, 6 episodes
2016 Angie Tribeca Professor Everett LamereauEpisode: "Pilot"
2016–2017 Mercy Street James Green Sr.12 episodes
2016 Unforgettable Clay TendlerEpisode: "Bad Company"
Angel from Hell Stephen WilliamsEpisode: "Believe Me, Part 2"
We Bare Bears CEOVoice, episode: "Fashion Bears"
Justice League Action Black Adam Voice, 2 episodes
2017–2022 The Good Fight Kurt McVeigh24 episodes
2017–2018 Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters Mark ArmstrongVoice, 10 episodes
2018–2019 Trolls: The Beat Goes On! Sky TorontoVoice, 12 episodes
2018–2019 Chicago Fire Fire Commissioner Carl Grissom12 episodes
2018 The Venture Bros. Professor Von HelpingVoice, episode: "The High Cost of Loathing"
Harvey Birdman: Attorney General Harvey BirdmanVoice, television special
2019 Fam Freddy7 episodes
Love, Death & Robots The InspectorVoice, episode: "The Dump"
2019, 2022 American Dad! Ted RobinsonVoice, 2 episodes
2019–2022 Big Mouth Edward MacDellVoice, 7 episodes
2019–2021 Mixed-ish Harrison Jackson III36 episodes
2020 Star Trek: Lower Decks Leonardo da Vinci HologramVoice, episode: "Crisis Point"
2021 Q-Force Dirk ChunleyVoice, 10 episodes
2021–2022 Inside Job Male Cop, Sitcom DadVoice, 2 episodes
2021–present NCIS FBI/NCIS Special Agent Alden ParkerMain role
2022 NCIS: Hawaiʻi NCIS Special Agent Alden Parker3 episodes
2023 NCIS: Los Angeles NCIS Special Agent Alden ParkerEpisode: "A Long Time Coming"
Velma Lamont RogersVoice, episode: "The Candy (Wo)man"

Video games

2008 Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law Harvey Birdman, Judge Hiram Mightor
2016 Hitman Himself


  1. Reliable sources do not report if the divorce proceedings were finalized in 2017 or in 2018 prior to Siddall's death.

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