Mann at PaleyFest 2012
|Born||Gabriel Wilhoit Amis Mick
May 14, 1972
Middlebury, Vermont, U.S.
Gabriel Mann (born Gabriel Wilhoit Amis Mick; May 14, 1972) is an American actor and model, known for his role as Nolan Ross on the ABC drama series Revenge. He has co-starred in several films, including The Life of David Gale and The Bourne Supremacy.
Life and career
Mann began his career as a professional runway model.
He started acting in 1995 in the films Parallel Sons and Stonewall, in which he was credited as Gabriel Mick. He appeared as Father Francis in Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist, directed by Paul Schrader; when the studio hired Renny Harlin to re-shoot it, Mann's character was recast due to a scheduling conflict. Mann played one of the lead roles in the psychological thriller Psych 9 with Sara Foster, Cary Elwes and Michael Biehn.
Mann appeared in episodes of the television series ER, Fantasy Island, Jeremiah, Carnivàle, Wasteland, Time of Your Life, and Legend of the Seeker. In 2008 he appeared in four episodes of the AMC drama series Mad Men as Arthur Case. He also voiced the role of Bruce Banner in the "Wolverine vs. the Hulk" episode of the animated TV series Wolverine and the X-Men. He reprised the role as a recurring character in the TV series The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Wolverine and the X-Men and The Avengers Earth's Mightest Heroes are set within the same continuity.
In May 2012, Mann joined the ensemble cast of Diego Luna's historical biopic of Cesar Chavez titled Cesar Chavez, which also stars Michael Peña, America Ferrera, Rosario Dawson, John Malkovich, and Wes Bentley. Mann stars as billionaire computer hacker Nolan Ross on the ABC drama series Revenge. He is also signed with DNA Models and previously with Next Models. He has worked with Mario Testino for Gap and as the face of CP Company as well as Richard Avedon for Club Monaco. He has also worked with Mario Sorrenti for Perry Ellis, Ellen Von Unwerth, Steven Klein, Tyler Shields, Marc Jacobs, and Calvin Klein.
|1995||Parallel Sons||Seth Carlson|
|1996||I Shot Andy Warhol||Clean-cut boy|
|1996||Harvest of Fire||John Beiler||Television film|
|1997||Heart Full of Rain||Jacob Dockett||Television film|
|1998||How to Make the Cruelest Month||Leonard Crane|
|1999||Dying to Live||Matthew "Matt" Jannett||Television film|
|1999||Outside Providence||Jack Wheeler|
|2000||Cherry Falls||Kenny Ascott|
|2001||Things Behind the Sun||Owen|
|2001||Josie and the Pussycats||Alan M.|
|2001||Summer Catch||Auggie Mulligan|
|2001||New Port South||Wilson|
|2001||Buffalo Soldiers||Pfc. Brian Knoll|
|2002||Bourne Identity, TheThe Bourne Identity||Danny Zorn|
|2003||Life of David Gale, TheThe Life of David Gale||Zack Stemmons|
|2004||Sleep Easy, Hutch Rimes||Jesse Proudfit|
|2004||Bourne Supremacy, TheThe Bourne Supremacy||Danny Zorn|
|2005||Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist||Father Francis|
|2005||Lot Like Love, AA Lot Like Love||Peter|
|2005||Don't Come Knocking||Earl|
|2005||Big Empty, TheThe Big Empty||The Thoughtful Man||Short film|
|2006||Valley of the Heart's Delight||Jack Pacheco|
|2007||Love and Mary||Jake/Brent|
|2008||Ramen Girl, TheThe Ramen Girl||Ethan|
|2008||80 Minutes||Alex North|
|2008||Rainbow Tribe, TheThe Rainbow Tribe||Mr. Murray|
|2008||Coverup, TheThe Coverup||Stu Pepper|
|2010||Psych 9||Cole Hanniger|
|2013||Zerosome||Michael "Lippy" Lippman|
|2014||Cesar Chavez||Bogdanovich Junior|
|1997||ER||Carl Twomey||Episode: "Random Acts"|
|1999||Fantasy Island||Cybil Hammond||Episode: "Innocent"|
|1999||Wasteland||Justin||Episode: "Double Date"|
|2000||Time of Your Life||Ethan||Episode: "The Time They Decided to Date"|
|2002||Jeremiah||Andrew Kincaid||Episode: "A Means to an End"|
|2003||Carnivàle||Harlan Staub||Episode: "Black Blizzard"|
|2008||Mad Men||Arthur Case||4 episodes|
|2008||Wolverine and the X-Men||Bruce Banner||Voice; episode: "Wolverine vs. the Hulk"|
|2009–2010||Legend of the Seeker||Young Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander||2 episodes|
|2010, 2012||Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, TheThe Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes||Bruce Banner||Voice; 7 episodes|
|2011–present||Revenge||Nolan Ross||Main cast
Nominated—Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Male Scene Stealer
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