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Clarke, Brian Patrick 1952(?)–

CLARKE, Brian Patrick 1952(?)–


Born August 1, 1952 (some sources say 1953), in Gettysburg, PA; married Kathy Johnson (a gymnast); children: two sons. Education: Graduated from Yale University, 1974. Avocational Interests: Running.

Addresses: Agent—The Orange Grove Group, Inc., 12178 Ventura Blvd., Suite 205, Studio City, CA 91604.

Career: Actor.


Film Appearances:

Jim Davenport, Blood & Guts, 1978.

Ken Burgess, Private Road: No Trespassing, Lamy, 1987.

T. C., Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers (also known as Nightmare Vacation II), Nelson Entertainment, 1988.

"Mac" MacDonald, Singapore Harbor, 1989.

Ben Gilmore, Private Wars, PM Entertainment Group, 1993.

Joe, Ringer, Precious Films, 1996.

Mr. Lansing, Exorcism, Exorcism the Movie LLC, 2003.

Jim, Tournament of Dreams, 2004.

Television Appearances; Series:

Greg Marmalard, Delta House, ABC, 1979.

Merle "The Pearl" Stockwell, Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1979–1981.

Grant Andrews/Andre Chernin, General Hospital, ABC, 1983–1985.

Grant Putnam, General Hospital, ABC, 1984, 1987–1988.

Second Stephen "Storm" Logan, Jr., The Bold and the Beautiful (also known as Belleza y poder), CBS, 1990–1991.

Bob Blythe, Sunset Beach, NBC, 1998.

Second Don Jacob, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y&R), CBS, 2000.

Television Appearances; Movies:

John Roosevelt, Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years, ABC, 1977.

Grace Kelly (also known as The Grace Kelly Story), ABC, 1983.

Merle Stockwell, Eight Is Enough: A Family Reunion, ABC, 1987.

Hart to Hart: Home Is Where the Hart Is, NBC, 1994.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Trouble in High Timber Country (also known as The Yeagers), ABC, 1980.

Officer Canfield, "The Protectors," T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1982.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Himself, Eight Is Enough: The E! True Hollywood Story (documentary), E! Entertainment Television, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Daniel, "Beyond the Mountain," The Fantastic Journey, NBC, 1977.

Robert Garrett, "Long Ago Tomorrow," King's Crossing, ABC, 1982.

Jeff Harris, "Expose," Fame, NBC, 1982.

Terry Adamson/Carol Holridge, "Simon Says 'Good–Bye,'" Simon & Simon, CBS, 1989.

"Shadow of a Doubt," Paradise, CBS, 1990.

Beggs, "The Lost Treasure of Tower 12," Baywatch, syndicated, 1992.

Coach Mike Johansen, "The Hero," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1995.

"Heat Rays," Baywatch Nights, syndicated, 1996.

Jerry Grayle, "Malibu Fire," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1997.

Bud, "My Brother's Keeper," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1999.

"Great Expectations," ER, NBC, 1999.

Marson, "Too Cool for School," Party of Five, Fox, 2000.

Coach Collins, "Kickin' It," City Guys, NBC, 2000.

Todd Stanley, "The Right Thing to Do," Judging Amy, CBS, 2001.

"A Priori," The Division, 2002.

Ted Henderson, "Invasion," CSI: Miami, CBS, 2004.

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