Clark Gregg Road To Christmas

Co-starring Clark Gregg Road to Christmas was a Hallmark TV Christmas movie. Here is a biography of Clark Gregg and his movie career.

Full Name: Clark Gregg

DOB: 2nd April 1962


Where born: Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Clark Gregg starred in the 2006 TV movie “Road to Christmas” along with Jennifer Grey and Megan Park.

In the film Clark plays widower Tom Pullman, who along with daughter Hilly (played by Megan Park) aid fashion designer Claire Jameson (Jennifer Grey) to travel to her wedding after weather conditions force the cancellation of her flight.

But “Road to Christmas” is a road movie with more than a touch of romance as a relationship develops between Tom and Claire.

Ironically, this films sees ideal casting as Clark Gregg and Jennifer Grey already had the necessary chemistry for an on screen romance. The pair were already married in real life, having tied the knot in July 2001. Their daughter Stella was born in December that year.

Though born in Boston, Massachusetts, Clark was brought up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He gained his higher education at the Ohio Wesleyan University before graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Tisch School of Arts at New York University.

Clark has benefited from that education, becoming a multi-talented actor, writer and director. He wrote the screenplay and story for the 2000 movie “What Lies Beneath” and was the director and adapted the screenplay for “Choke” eight years later. Clark also directed stage plays, including “Edmond” and “Distant Fires.”

Clark's first venture into films was when he gained a minor part in the 1988 movie “Things Change”. He also featured in the play “A Boy's Life” the same year.

Clark's involvement in theatre was more than fleeting and he became co-founder of the renowned Atlantic Theater Company. And in 1990 he made his first appearance on Broadway in “A Few Good Men.”

Clark became famed as a supporting actor and earned the Best Supporting Actor nomination in the Independent Spirits Award in the movie “The Adventures of Sebastian Cole.”

Clark has also been regularly seen on television I shows such as “The Comnish” and “Sports Night” and made a guest appearance in “Sex in the City.”

He has also not cut his links with live theatre, and earned Obie, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations.

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