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A founding member and former artistic director of the Atlantic Theater Company in New York whose members include David Mamet, William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman, CLARK GREGG directed the New York and Los Angeles premieres of Kevin Heelan's searing racial drama, Distant Fires. The New York production was nominated for Drama Desk, Obie® and Outer Critics Circle awards and was moved to the Circle-in-the-Square downtown for an extended run. The Los Angeles production starring Samuel L. Jackson won three L.A. Weekly awards including Best Direction, Best Ensemble and Best Play and was nominated for four Ovation Awards including Best Director. He directed the critically acclaimed 1998 New York revival of Mamet's play, Edmond, and created, co-wrote and directed the Los Angeles serialized play, The Big Empty.

His screenwriting debut, WHAT LIES BENEATH (Dreamworks) starred Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer and was directed by Robert Zemeckis. In addition to CHOKE, he has written or re-written scripts for Universal, Disney, Paramount, Warner Brothers and Fox 2000. Also an actor, Gregg's film work includes IRON MAN, IN GOOD COMPANY, IN THE LAND OF WOMEN, SPARTAN, STATE AND MAIN, LOVELY AND AMAZING, WHEN A STRANGER CALLS, THE HUMAN STAIN, 11:14, HOOT, WE WERE SOLDIERS, ONE HOUR PHOTO, and MAGNOLIA. He played the role of Hank/Henrietta in Tod Williams' debut feature THE ADVENTURES OF SEBASTIAN COLE for which he received an Independent Spirit Award nomination.

Clark co-stars with Julia Louis Dreyfus in the hit CBS comedy "The New Adventures of Old Christine." Past television work includes recurring roles on "The West Wing,” "Sports Night" and "The Shield" among others and the HBO movies "Tyson” and "Live From Baghdad.”

New York stage credits include the premieres of Jez Butterworth's plays Mojo and The Night Heron, Boys' Life at Lincoln Center (Drama Desk nomination), Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men on Broadway, David Mamet's Sexual Perversity in Chicago as well as new works by Mamet, John Guare, Craig Lucas and others.


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