Greg Germann

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Greg Germann
Born (1958-02-26) February 26, 1958 (age 56)
Houston, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1986–present

Gregory Andrew "Greg" Germann (born February 26, 1958)[1] is an American actor. He played the roles of Richard Fish in the television series Ally McBeal, businessman Mattson from Child's Play 2 and the vet Laurence from Quarantine. He has also appeared in the Nickelodeon musical film Spectacular!, Friends with Money and the Disney film Bolt.

Life and career[edit]

Germann was born in Houston, and raised on Lookout Mountain outside of Golden, Colorado. His mother, Marlene Marian (née Faulkner), was a homemaker, and his father, Edward A. Germann, was a playwright and professor.[1] Germann became a theater major at the University of Northern Colorado. He began acting in New York theatre including Assassins, The Person I Once Was (opposite Holly Hunter) and War Games. He has had roles in numerous movies and television shows, including the American sitcom Ned and Stacey. In 2006, he guest-starred on the ABC series, Desperate Housewives.

Germann directed a few Ally McBeal episodes, including "Fear of Flirting" (season 5, episode 4). He appeared on ABC's In Case of Emergency as Sherman Yablonsky until it was canceled after one season and also in the pilot episode of Eureka as the director of operations, Warren King. He did not reprise the role, and his character's disappearance was explained in the official comic book as having been reassigned to Alaska.

Germann has appeared in NCIS since the Season 10 episode, "Shiva", playing NCIS Assistant Director Jerome Craig. Later, in the episode, "Canary",[2] he briefly took over the agency while the Director at the time was on temporary leave following a family tragedy.

Germann has appeared in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in the Season 14 episode, "Undercover Blue",[3] playing A.D.A. Derek Strauss .



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