Jack Coleman is best known for his starring role as Noah Bennet in the original hit series “Heroes” and “Heroes Reborn”. Coleman has recurred on the hit CBS show “Hawaii Five-0” as well as on the following hit television series: “Scandal”, “Burn Notice,” “Criminal Minds,” “Vampire Diaries,” “Scandal,” “Castle” and “The Office.” Series roles include “Dynasty,” “Nightmare Café,” “Oh Baby,” and “Steven King’s Kingdom Hospital.” In addition to his career in film and television, he has also performed on Broadway and off Broadway. On stage, Coleman starred on Broadway in Bill Cain’s “Stand-Up Tragedy” in a part he originated at the Mark Taper Forum. He was nominated for a Los Angeles Drama Critics’ Circle Award for his performance. He reprised the role in San Francisco at the Marines Memorial Theater and in Connecticut at The Hartford Stage Company before opening in New York. Coleman won a Los Angeles Drama Critics’ Circle Award for his performance in John Godber’s “Bouncers” at the Tiffany Theater. He also starred offBroadway in Simon Gray’s “The Common Pursuit.” Coleman is a graduate of Duke University, the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Connecticut, and the Writers’ Boot Camp in Santa Monica, California. His grandfather, Herbert Agar, won a Pulitzer Prize in history for “The People’s Choice,” about how Americans choose their president. Jack’s sixth generation grandfather is Benjamin Franklin. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.
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