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Overview (2)

Born in Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Height 5' 9¼" (1.76 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Gregory Itzin, accomplished stage, film and television actor is perhaps best known for his Emmy Award-nominated performance for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series as 'President Charles Logan' in 24. Born in Washington, D.C. to parents Evelyn Loretta Itzin and Martin Joseph Itzin, Gregory Itzin and his family moved to Burlington Wisconsin at a young age, where is father became mayor. Itzin studied and trained at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, intending to become a theatre actor.

Itzin's film credits most notably include the roles of 'John Archibald Campbell' opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in "Lincoln" for director Steven Spielberg; 'Jack Stern' in "The Ides of March" opposite Ryan Gosling and George Clooney, also directed by Clooney; 'Warden Iger' opposite Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler in "Law Abiding Citizen" for director F. Gary Gray; his comedic portrayal of 'Flemming Steel' opposite Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds in "The Change-Up" for director David Dobkin and his memorable scene opposite Johnny Depp in "Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas" for director Terry Gilliam.

In addition to his stand-out performance in 24, his television credits range from recurring roles on "Friends", "Murder One", "The Mentalist", "Desperate Housewives", "Covert Affairs" and "Mob City" to "Big Love", "The Practice" and "Boston Legal". Known as a frequent "Star Trek" actor, Itzin appeared as five different characters in "Star Trek: Enterprise", "Star Trek: Deep Space 9" and "Star Trek: Voyager". Being hired repeatedly by highly esteemed producers such as David E. Kelley, John Wells, Steven Bochco, David Milch, Rick Berman and Michael Piller, to name a few, is a testament to Itzin's praiseworthy performances.

With the ongoing roles on television and appearances in dozens of films, his love for the theatre never waned. He was nominated for both Tony and Drama Desk Awards for his performance in the Pulitzer Prize-winning "The Kentucky Cycle" (which he performed in the world premiere at the Intiman Theatre, the Mark Taper Forum, Kennedy Center and on Broadway). He is a proud member of the Antaeus Theatre Company. In 2010 he won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for his portrayal of 'Earl of Kent' in their production of "King Lear". Also a member of The Matrix Theatre Company, Itzin won several L.A. Drama Critics Circle Awards: for his portrayal of 'Vladimir' in "Waiting For Godot", 'McCann' in "The Birthday Party" and 'Lenny' in "The Homecoming" (both by the prolific Harold Pinter).

He has lent his lyrical voice to many radio plays for LA Theatre Works, including "Arcadia", "Enron", "Oedipus The King", "Incident At Vichy", "Boats on a River", "Saint Joan" and most recently 'Comte de Guiche' in "Cyrano De Bergerac".

Gregory has been married to his wife Judie for 39 years and has two children, son Wilke (also an actor) and daughter Julia. They are the proud grandparents of Wylder Itzin, beautiful son of Wilke and Talia Itzin.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Gallant Management

Family (1)

Spouse Judith L. Goldman (29 September 1979 - present)  (2 children)

Trade Mark (1)

Often portrays arrogant or unsympathetic characters in a position of authority.

Trivia (10)

Was nominated for Broadway's 1994 Tony Award as Best Actor (Featured Role - Play) for "The Kentucky Cycle".
He has played five characters in the last three Star Trek (1966) spin-offs.
Before playing the President of the United States on 24 (2001), he played a presidential candidate in a commercial for cheese.
Lives in Los Angeles with his wife, an artist, and their two children Wilke (b. 1983) and Julia (b. 1986).
According to the producers of 24 (2001), his resemblance to president Richard Nixon was not deliberate; it was merely a coincidence.
Starred in two unrelated movies dealing with Abraham Lincoln: "The Day Lincoln Was Shot" (as Mr. Crook) and "Lincoln" (as John Campbell).
He was nominated for a 1994 Antoinette Perry (Tony) Award for Best Featured Actor for "The Kentucky Cycle" on Broadway in New York City.
He was awarded the 1992 Drama Logue Award for Outstanding Performance for "The Kentucky Circle" at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
Lois Foraker, Marnie Mosiman and he were awarded the 1986 Drama Logue Award for Outstanding Direction and Concept for "Rogues Gallery," in a Sundays at the Itchey Foot production at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
Although he played Fionnula Flanagan's son in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), he is only six years her junior in real life.

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