Gordon Clapp - LUCIEN
Gordon Clapp is best known as the Emmy-winning, Tony-nominated actor who charmed audiences as Det. Greg Medavoy on NYPD Blue and Dave Moss in the 2005 Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of David Mamet's Glengary Glen Ross. Clapp recently worked with Scott Milder on the award-winning short film The Water.
He appeared in Clint Eastwood’s Flags of our Fathers, and has maintained a vibrant career on both sides of the camera. Films include Moonlight Mile, Rules of Engagement, and four films with director John Sayles--Sunshine State, Matewan, Eight Men Out, and Return of Secaucus Seven. TV appearances include Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, Without a Trace, Deadwood, Less Than Perfect, American Family, Wings, Cheers, and several TV movies.
He also executive produced and starred in three short films: Trailer Talk, Bananas, and the award-winning Fast Cars & Babies.
Armed with a theater degree from prestigious Williams College, the New Hampshire native spent much of his early career in Canada, in regional and Toronto theater and as a company member of Ottawa's premiere National Arts Centre. His stage and TV work earned him nominations for a Dora Moore Award and Gemini Award. American regional credits include the Philadelphia Drama Guild, Buffalo's Studio Arena and Boston's Huntington Theater.
A talented writer, Clapp's work has appeared in the New York Post, LA Golf and Variety, which earned him a Los Angeles Press Club Award for his humorous account of winning an Emmy.
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