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Mabius, Eric 1971–

MABIUS, Eric 1971–

(Eric H. T. Mabius)


Full name, Eric Harry Timothy Mabius; born April 21, 1971, in PA; son of Craig and Elizabeth Mabius. Education: Graduated from Sarah Lawrence College. Avocational Interests: Woodworking and carpentry.

Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—GEF Entertainment, 157 N. LaPeer St., Suite C, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Career: Actor. U.S. Junior National Luge Team, former member.


Film Appearances:

Steve Rogers, Welcome to the Dollhouse (also known as Middle Child), 1995.

Hal Wright, The Journey of August King, 1995.

(As Eric H. T. Mabius) Cletus, A Gun for Jennifer, 1996.

Second revolutionary, I Shot Andy Warhol, 1996.

Shane Carver, Black Circle Boys, 1997.

Sean, Lawn Dogs, 1997.

Myth America, 1998.

Wirey, age 17, Wirey Spindell, WinStar Cinema, 1999.

Gene Panich, The Minus Man, 1999.

Ernest, Splendor, 1999.

Greg McConnell, Cruel Intentions, 1999.

Andrew, Around the Fire, 1999.

Alex Corvis/The Crow, The Crow: Salvation (also known as The Crow III—Todliche erlosung), Dimension Films, 2000.

Luke, On the Borderline, Avalanche Home Entertainment, 2001.

Matt Addison, Resident Evil, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002.

Gender shifter, Just Like You Imagined (short), 2003.

Rick, The Job, Lions Gate Films, 2003.

Matt Addison (flashback), Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2004.

Radford, Reeker, 2005.

Danny, Venice Underground, 2005.

Also appeared in Myth America.

Televison Appearances; Series:

Coach Krupps, Popular, The WB, 2000–2001.

Jeff McCann, Eyes, ABC, 2005.

The O.C., Fox, 2005–.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Bass player, On Seventh Avenue, 1996.

Sam Hostetler, Harvest of Fire, 1996.

Ted, Tempted (also known as Seduction fatale), HBO, 2001.

John Keats, Dancing at Harvest Moon, CBS, 2002.

Darby, The Extreme Team (also known as The X-Team), ABC, 2003.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Learning Curve, The WB, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Zeb Moser, "… And the Hand Played On," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1997.

Samiel, "Borrowed Time," Millennium, CBS, 1999.

Brian Stilman, "We Gather Together," Party of Five, Fox, 1999.

Brian Stilman, "Fate, Hope and Charity," Party of Five, Fox, 1999.

Andrew Clark, "Guilt," Get Real, Fox, 2000.

Trey, "Dogtown," Fastlane, Fox, 2003.

Tim Haspel, "Life, Loss, Leaving," The L Word, Showtime, 2005.

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