Martin Donovan

Biography

Martin Donovan (born August 19, 1957) is an American stage and film actor. He has had a long collaboration with the director Hal Hartley, appearing in many of his films, including Trust (1990), Surviving Desire (1991), Simple Men (1992), Flirt (1993), Amateur (1994), and The Book of Life (1998) (in which he played Jesus). He is best known as Peter Scottson, the DEA agent on Showtime's Weeds. He made his Writing and Directorial debut in 2011 with the film Collaborator, which he stars in with David Morse.

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Martin Donovan (born August 19, 1957) is an American stage and film actor. He has had a long collaboration with the director Hal Hartley, appearing in many of his films, including Trust (1990), Surviving Desire (1991), Simple Men (1992), Flirt (1993), Amateur (1994), and The Book of Life (1998) (in which he played Jesus). He is best known as Peter Scottson, the DEA agent on Showtime's Weeds. He made his Writing and Directorial debut in 2011 with the film Collaborator, which he stars in with David Morse.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Martin Donovan, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Gender Male

Known Credits 68

Birthday 1957-08-19

Place of Birth Reseda, California, U.S.

Adult Actor False

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2016 DC's Legends of Tomorrow(4 episodes) as Zaman Druce
2015 Ant-Man as Mitchell Carson
2014 Inherent Vice as Crocker Fenway
2014 Ned Rifle as Rev. Daniel Gardner
2014 The Lottery(10 episodes) as Darius Hayes
2013 Nurse 3-D as Larry Cook
2013 Motive(1 episode) as Miles Balfour
2012 Silent Hill: Revelation 3D as Douglas Cartland
2012 The Reluctant Fundamentalist as Ludlow Cooper
2011 Boss(10 episodes) as Ezra Stone
2011 Collaborator as Robert Longfellow
2010 Years Later: The Unbelievable Truth and Its Consequences as Himself
2010 Unthinkable as Jack Saunders
2010 Unnatural History(13 episodes)
2010 Shadows & Lies as Victor
2009 Duress as Richard Barnett
2009 The Haunting in Connecticut as Peter Campbell
2007 Wind Chill as Highway Patrolman
2007 Right to Die as Cliff Addison
2006 The Garage
2006 Day On Fire as Walter Evering
2006 The Sentinel as William Montrose
2006 The Visitation as Travis Jordan
2005 Masters of Horror(1 episode)
2005 Ghost Whisperer(4 episodes)
2005 The Quiet as Paul Deer
2005 Weeds(5 episodes) as Peter Scottson
2005 Weeds(12 episodes) as Lieutenant Peter Scottson
2004 Traffic as Brent Delaney
2004 Traffic(3 episodes)
2004 Saved! as Pastor Skip
2003 Agent Cody Banks as Dr. Connors
2003 The United States of Leland as Harry Pollard
2002 The Dead Zone(6 episodes)
2002 Insomnia as Hap Eckhart
2002 Pipe Dream as David Kulovic
2002 RFK as John F. Kennedy
2001 Pasadena(13 episodes) as Will McAllister
2001 Amy & Isabelle as Peter Robertson
2000 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation(1 episode)
2000 Custody of the Heart
2000 Wonderland(8 episodes)
1999 Onegin as Prince Nikitin
1999 In a Savage Land as Dr. Phillip Spence
1999 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit(1 episode)
1999 Heaven as Robert Marling
1998 Living Out Loud as Robert Nelson
1998 The Book of Life as Jesus Christ
1998 When Trumpets Fade as Captain Pritchett
1998 The Opposite of Sex as Bill Truitt
1997 Night Sins
1996 The Portrait of a Lady as Ralph Touchett
1996 Hollow Reed as Martyn Wyatt
1995 Flirt as Walter
1994 Nadja as Jim
1994 The Rook as John Abbott
1994 Amateur as Thomas Ludens
1993 Quick as Herschel Brewer
1993 Scam as Gordon Wexler
1992 Malcolm X as FBI Agent
1992 Simple Men as Martin
1991 Surviving Desire as Jude
1990 Law & Order(1 episode)
1990 Trust as Matthew Slaughter
1986 Hard Choices as Josh

Directing

2011 Collaborator … Director
1993 The Substitute … Director
1992 Mad at the Moon … Director
1991 Death Dreams … Director
1991 Seeds of Tragedy … Director

Writing

2011 Collaborator … Writer

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