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Evan Arnold is an American actor who has played Richie Flanscopper on Growing Pains, Gavin Doosler on Just the Ten of Us, Ned Carlson on The West Wing, Jeffrey Ambor on Close to Home, Chef Alan on Suburgatory, Dr. Ditmer on Masters of Sex, and David Hillier in L.A. Noire. He also gained attention for the brief role of Leonard in the series finale of Mad Men.
Arnold is married. His father was Newt Arnold who won a Directors Guild of America Award for his work as assistant director on The Godfather Part II. His mother Judy Arnold was a theatrical producer. He has been a friend of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti since junior high and is godfather to the mayor's daughter.
- Monster in the Closet (1986) - Beaver
- The Willies (1990) - Counter Guy
- What Do Women Want (1996) - Geek #2
- Inkslingers (1999) - Mad Adam
- Fare Well Miss Fortune (1999)
- Mission (2001) - Victor
- Spider-Man (2002) - Doctor
- Hip, Edgy, Sexy, Cool (2002) - Sexy Cop #2
- Garfield: The Movie (2004) - Wendell
- Illusion (2004) - Techie
- This Is Not a Test (2008) - Cliff Beauchamp
- All God's Children Can Dance (2008) - Angry Neighbor
- Punching the Clown (2009) - Don Chase
- Tuna (2013) - Brian
- The List (2016) - Doctor
- Jimmy the Saint (2017) - Businessman
- Limerence (2017) - Donald
- "Evan Arnold". Metacritic.
- Riley, Jenelle (9 November 2012). "'Suburgatory' Creator Advises Actors To Make Their Own Destiny". Backstage.
- Eyerly, Alan (21 July 2014). "'Masters of Sex' recap: Frustrations mount for Bill and Virginia". Los Angeles Times.
- Zuckerman, Esther (18 May 2015). "Meet the Actor Who Made Don Draper Cry on 'Mad Men'". Time.
- Harris, Aisha (19 May 2015). "How Do You Make Don Draper Cry? An Interview With the Actor Who Played Leonard". Slate.
- Oliver, Myrna (22 February 2000). "Newt Arnold; Award-Winning Filmmaker". Los Angeles Times.
- "Judy Arnold, 68; theatrical producer in L.A., N.Y., London". Los Angeles Times. 15 November 2007.
- Powers, John (17 April 2017). "Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Immigrants, Angels Flight, & More". Vogue. Retrieved 31 October 2017.
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