TATE DONOVAN (Bob Anders) recently starred for three seasons on the acclaimed FX
drama series "Damages," with Glenn Close. He is currently working on the new NBC
drama series "Infamous."
On the big screen, Donovan was a member of the ensemble cast of George Clooney's
acclaimed 2005 drama "Good Night, and Good Luck.," for which he shared in a
Screen Actors Guild Award nomination. His more recent credits include Antoine
Fuqua's thriller "Shooter," with Mark Wahlberg; "Nancy Drew"; and the
independent films "Neal Cassady," "Wild About Harry" and "Below the Beltway."
Among his previous film credits are "The Pacifier," directed by Adam Shankman;
Dominic Sena's "Swordfish"; "Murder at 1600"; "The Only Thrill"; John Madden's
"Ethan Frome"; "Love Potion #9"; Alan Rudolph's "Equinox"; "Inside Monkey
Zetterland," for which Donovan earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination;
Michael Caton-Jones' "Memphis Belle"; John Frankenheimer's "Dead Bang"; Glenn
Gordon Caron's "Clean and Sober"; and the adventure hit "Space Camp." He also
voiced the title character of the animated feature "Hercules."
On television, Donovan's other credits include a regular role on the hit FOX
series "The O.C.," and recurring or guest roles on such shows as "Law & Order:
Criminal Intent," "The Guardian," "Friends" and "Ally McBeal," among others.
Behind the camera, Donovan has also enjoyed success as a director, helming
episodes of such series as "Damages," "Glee," "Gossip Girl," "Weeds,"
"Nip/Tuck," "Medium" and "The O.C."
In 2011, Donovan starred on Broadway in the world premiere of David
Lindsay-Abaire's play "Good People," opposite Frances McDormand. He previously
earned a Backstage West Garland Award for his performance in the west coast
debut of Lindsay-Abaire's "Rabbit Hole" at the Geffen Theatre. Donovan's earlier
repertoire includes the Broadway plays "Amy's View," with Dame Judi Dench, and
"Picnic," with Ashley Judd, as well as the long-running off-Broadway hit "Lobby
Hero," by Kenneth Lonergan. Among his other theatre credits, he has appeared in
a number of productions at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, including "Once in
a Lifetime," "Under the Blue Sky" and "The Glass Menagerie."
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