Eric Close

Eric Close is a highly esteemed American actor known for his remarkable versatility across both television and film. He was born on May 24, 1967, in Staten Island, New York. Close’s interest in acting was sparked at an early age, which led him to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Southern California.

His breakout role came in 1991 when he starred in the daytime soap opera “Santa Barbara”. Since then, he has built an impressive acting career, boasting an array of diverse roles that demonstrate his broad range of talent. Some of his most notable performances include his roles as Martin Fitzgerald in the crime drama “Without a Trace”, Michael Wiseman in the science fiction series “Now and Again”, and Teddy Conrad in the musical drama series “Nashville”.

Over the years, Close has proven himself to be a consummate professional, and his performances have consistently earned him recognition and praise from critics and audiences alike. His charm, commitment, and talent make him one of the most respected figures in the industry.

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