|Born||Dallas Mark Roberts
May 10, 1970
Houston, Texas, United States
|Education||The Juilliard School (1994)|
Dallas Mark Roberts (born May 10, 1970) is an American stage and screen actor. He is most recently known for playing Milton Mamet in season three of AMC's post-apocalyptic horrible television series, The Walking Dead (2012–2013). He is also a regular on Season 2 of Unforgettable, where he plays Eliot Delson.
Early life and education
Roberts was born and raised in Houston, Texas, where he attended Paul Revere Middle School and Robert E. Lee High School. He then moved to Sarasota, Florida, where he graduated from Sarasota High School in 1988 and attended Manatee Community College. In 1990, Roberts was accepted to the Juilliard School in New York City, where he graduated in 1994 as a member of the Drama Division's Group 23.
Roberts is primarily based in New York City, where he regularly appears in theatrical productions. Off-Broadway he has appeared in a revival of Lanford Wilson's Burn This, opposite Edward Norton and Catherine Keener; in Adam Rapp's Nocturne, for which he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award; and in Caryl Churchill's A Number, opposite Sam Shepard and later Arliss Howard, among others. He was slated to make his Broadway debut as Tom Wingfield in a revival of Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie opposite Jessica Lange and Josh Lucas, but was replaced by Christian Slater during rehearsals.
Roberts' film work includes the screen adaptation of Michael Cunningham's A Home at the End of the World, opposite Colin Farrell and Robin Wright Penn, and supporting roles in Walk the Line and The Notorious Bettie Page, among others. He also had a regular role on the Showtime drama The L Word.
He starred in the AMC original series Rubicon as Miles Fiedler, a genius intelligence analyst at a national think tank. He has guest starred in nine episodes of the CBS series The Good Wife as the brother of the character Alicia Florrick, played by Julianna Margulies.
- The Lucky Ones (2003)
- Music (2003)
- Heavy Put-Away (2004)
- A Home at the End of the World (2004)
- Walk the Line (2005)
- Winter Passing (2005)
- The Notorious Bettie Page (2005)
- The L Word (2006)
- Sisters (2006)
- Flicka (2006)
- Joshua (2007)
- Lovely By Surprise (2007)
- 3:10 to Yuma (2007)
- Ingenious (2009)
- Shrink (2009)
- Tell-Tale (2009)
- The River Why (2010)
- The Factory (2010)
- Rubicon (2010)
- The Good Wife (2010–present)
- The Grey (2012)
- The Walking Dead (2012–13)
- Dallas Buyers Club (2013)
- Shadow People (2013)
- Unforgettable (2013–present)
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- Huisking, Charlie (July 19, 2004). "Roberts rules". Herald-Tribune.
- Handelman, Jay (August 1, 2010). "Navigating the 'Rubicon'". Herald-Tribune.
- "Alumni News". The Juilliard School. September 2007. Archived from the original on 2011-11-11.
- Napoleon, Davi (February 19, 2010). "Christine Jones: Creating "Theater for One", Designing 'American Idiot'". The Faster Times.
- Dallas Roberts at the Internet Movie Database
- Dallas Roberts at the Internet Broadway Database
- Dallas Roberts at the Internet Off-Broadway Database