Chris Vance (actor)
Chris Vance at San Diego 2010 Comic-Con International
|Born||George Christopher Vance
30 December 1971
Paddington, London, England
|Height||5' 11" (180cm)|
Chris Vance (born 30 December 1971) is an English actor. Vance is known for his roles as Jack Gallagher in the Fox series Mental and James Whistler in Prison Break. He is the second actor after Jason Statham to play Frank Martin (in TNT's Transporter: The Series) and has guest-starred on Burn Notice (as Mason Gilroy) and Dexter. He had a recurring role as the love interest of Angie Harmon's character on Rizzoli & Isles.
Vance appeared in the British television series, The Bill, and in the Australian television series Stingers and Blue Heelers, before achieving success in the role of Sean Everleigh in All Saints. He appeared in the third and fourth seasons of Prison Break, as James Whistler.
In June 2008, Vance moved to Colombia in order to film the Fox series Mental, but the show was cancelled after only 13 episodes. He guest–starred in an antagonistic role as Mason Gilroy on the USA series Burn Notice for five episodes toward the end of season 3. Vance also appeared on Showtime series' fifth season of Dexter as Cole, chief of security for a popular motivational speaker who becomes implicated in a series of heinous female torture-murders in Southern Florida. From 2012, he has starred in Transporter: The Series, a French-Canadian production.
|1998||Kavanagh QC||Yob||Episode: "Briefs Trooping Gaily"|
|2001||Peak Practice||John||Episode: "Flesh and Blood"
Episode: "Episode No. 12.1"
|2002||The Bill||Computer Expert||Episode: "011"|
|2003||Doctors||John||Episode: "As Time Goes By"|
|Blue Heelers||Andrew Purkiss||Episode: "Safety Last"|
|2004||Stingers||Sean Hunter||6 Episodes|
|2005||The Secret Life of Us||Piers||Episode: "When the Bell Rings"
Episode: "Ill Communication"
Episode: "Glimpses of Perfection"
|2005–2007||All Saints||Sean Everleigh||54 Episodes|
|2007–2008||Prison Break||James Whistler||14 Episodes|
|2009||Mental||Jack Gallagher||13 Episodes|
|2010||Burn Notice||Mason Gilroy||5 Episodes|
|Dexter||Cole Harmon||2 Episodes|
|2011–present||Rizzoli & Isles||Lt. Colonel Charles 'Casey' Jones||Recurring in Season 2–present|
|2011||Fairly Legal||Paul Shelton||1 Episode|
|2012–present||Transporter: The Series||Frank Martin||24 Episodes |
|2013||Crossing Lines||Alex Vaughn||1 Episode|
- Perth Sunday Times News.com.au. Retrieved on 29 June 2007.
- "Chris Vance Joins Dexter for Multi-Episode Arc". TVGuide.com. Retrieved August 16, 2010.
- Chris Vance goes 'Mental' after 'Prison Break'
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