Marc Vann

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Marc Vann
Born (1954-08-23) August 23, 1954 (age 59)
Norfolk, Virginia
Spouse(s) Mary Easterling (1985–1988) (divorced)

Marc Vann (born August 23, 1954), is an American actor. He is known for his role as Conrad Ecklie in the CBS television series, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. He also had notable roles in Angel and Early Edition.

Vann was born in Norfolk, Virginia. He initially had little interest in acting or theater, but he was introduced to the craft through a mime workshop while studying for his MBA. He subsequently got involved in theater[1] before moving to L.A. to start a career as a television actor. Vann was active in local and regional theater in the Chicago area most memorably in his early career at Wisdom Bridge Theatre and Center Theatre. Marc added immeasurably to the success of the Wisdom Bridge Theatre production of "The Great Gatsby" production of Wisdom Bridge that also starred the actor Harry Lennix who was race/color blind cast as Gatsby.

On February 28, 2008, Vann pulled off a special feat, guest starring back to back in new episodes of two different series, both on ABC. First, he played a ship's doctor on the cult phenom Lost, and then played an automotive worker who was bribed into moving to Hawaii and not testifying in a trial in Eli Stone. He was recently in a "Skittles" commercial as the doctor. In 2011 he appeared in two episodes of Torchwood: Miracle Day as camp manager Colin Maloney.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Early Edition Phil Pritchard 3 Episodes
1997 Hoodlum Dutch's Liquor Henchman
1998 U.S. Marshals Deputy Jackson
Since You've Been Gone Robert Smith TV Movie
Cupid Dr. Ian Frechette Episode: First Loves
1999 Payback Gray
Seven Days Sgt. David Korshak Episode: For the Children
2000 Malcolm in the Middle Mr. Pinter Episode: Lois vs. Evil
Judging Amy Officer Wilbourne Episode: Blast from the Past
2000, 2004 NYPD Blue Harry Forsic/Paul Grady 2 Episodes
2000–present CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Conrad Ecklie 37 Episodes
2001 Stranger Inside Nelson TV Movie
Kate Brasher Dan Vickers Episode: Kate
When Billie Beat Bobby Young Buck TV Movie
The Forsaken Decker
Ghost World Jerome, the Angry Guy – Record Collector
Just Ask My Children Detective Felton
2002 JAG Police Detective Episode: Hero Worship
The Guardian Nursing Home Director Episode: The Chinese Wall
Flying Roger
Frasier Paul Episode: Proxy Prexy
2003 The Shield Bob Episode: Partners
L.A. Dragnet Fergus Cook Episode: Slice of Life
Karen Sisco Phillip Garnier Episode: Nobody's Perfect
2003–2004 Angel Doctor Sparrow 3 Episodes
2003, 2009 Monk Hal Duncan/Curator Miles Franklin 2 Episodes
2004 The Practice Terry Glazer 2 Episodes
Crossing Jordan Harold Goddard Episode: Second Chances
2005 In Memory of My Father Marc
A Thousand Beautiful Things Tom
2005–2006 Boston Legal D.A. Scott Berger 2 Episodes
2006 Damages Damages TV Movie
The Drop Mr. One
Art School Confidential Kevin
The O.C. Detective Warner Episode: The Road Warrior
Standoff Roger Lestak Episode: Borderline
2007 Dirt Dr. Kozar Episode: What to Expect When You're Expecting
NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service Mark Sadowski Episode: Dead Man Walking
Spider-Man 3 Play Producer
Grey's Anatomy Hematologist Episode: Time After Time
Without a Trace Pete Weber Episode: Two of Us
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry Protestor
Women's Murder Club David Episode: Welcome to the Club
Criminal Minds Adam Fuchs Episode: Penelope
2008 Eli Stone Stanley Lyme Episode: One More Try
Man Maid Govna
Lost Doctor Ray 4 Episodes
2009 Captain Cook's Extraordinary Atlas Mr. Boots TV Movie
Lie to Me Jim Gunderson Episode: The Best Policy
2010 Scoundrels Lawrence Greenwood Episode: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary
2011 Torchwood: Miracle Day Colin Maloney (2 episodes) The Categories of Life - The Middle Men
2012 Modern Family Stan Episode: "Virgin Territory"

Theatre[edit]

Goodman Theatre[edit]

  • All The Rage

Victory Gardens Theatre[edit]

  • Flyovers

Steppenwolf Theatre Company[edit]

  • Hysteria .... Salvador Dalí

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ (including acting in a play alongside fellow CSI cast member, William Petersen)

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