STATE AND MAIN
CLARK GREGG recently
starred as the pre-op transsexual, Hank/Henrietta, in The Adventures of
Sebastian Cole, a role that earned him an Independent Spirit Award nomination
for Best Supporting Actor. On stage, Gregg most recently starred as Bernard in a
reprise of David Mamet's 'Sexual Perversity in Chicago' at Mamet's Atlantic
Theater Company. Numerous television appearances include a special guest stint
in the final two episodes of ABC's 'Sports Night' and a recent episode of 'Sex
and the City'.
Other film credits include
Magnolia, I Love Trouble, Mamet's Things Change, Clear and Present Danger, The
Usual Suspects, Fat Man and Little Boy, Six Ways to Sunday, Lana in Love, The
Mailman, as well as HBO films 'Tyson' and 'Above Suspicion.' As a founding member
and former artistic director of Mamet's Atlantic Theater Company, Gregg starred
in 'Mojo', 'Three Sisters', 'Women and Water', 'Reckless', 'Nothing Sacred' and
'Boys' Life'. Other theater credits include 'A Few Good Men' on Broadway, 'The
Old Boy' and 'Unidentified Human Remains'. Gregg directed a revival of Mamet's
'Edmond' for Atlantic and the New York and Los Angeles premieres of Kevin
Heelan's award-winning 'Distant Fires'.
screenwriting debut is What Lies Beneath, starring Harrison Ford and Michelle
Pfeiffer and directed by Robert Zemeckis.
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