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GORDON CLAPP (Coach Mark Maddox) is a renowned stage and screen actor who won the Emmy Award® in 1998 as Best Supporting Actor in the long-running hit series "NYPD Blue” playing hard-bitten Detective Greg Medavoy. He also was nominated for a Tony Award® for his starring role in "Glengarry Glen Ross” on Broadway.

Born in New Hampshire, he attended Williams College and graduated with a theater degree before spending several years honing his craft in regional Canadian stage productions. He made his film debut in 1980 in John Sayles' "Return of the Secaucus Seven,” which led to a long association with the filmmaker on such productions as "Matewan,” "Eight Men Out” and "Sunshine State.” He recently worked for director Clint Eastwood in the acclaimed film "Flags of Our Fathers,” and guest-starred on the television series "Deadwood,” "Law & Order: SVU” and "Without a Trace.” Audiences will soon see Gordon in the HBO movie "Taking Chance” and in the recurring role of Gary Parsons on FX's "Damages.” He also has executive produced and starred in three short films: "Trailer Talk,” "Bananas” and "Fast Cars & Babies.”


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