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Seth Gilliam (born November 5, 1968) is an American actor. He is best known for his portrayals of Ellis Carver on The Wire, Clayton Hughes on Oz, Dr. Alan Deaton on Teen Wolf, and Gabriel Stokes on The Walking Dead.
Gilliam graduated from State University of New York at Purchase in 1990.
Gilliam's film career has spanned from the early 90s to today. He has starred in award-winning films such as Still Alice. His other film credits include Private Sugar Watkins in the 1997 action film Starship Troopers and Sergeant Steven Altameyer in the 1996 film Courage Under Fire. Gilliam has had a number of recurring roles on television, including during the seventh season of The Cosby Show as Aaron Dexter, boyfriend of Erika Alexander's character, and as Alan Deaton on Teen Wolf. His most prominent role, however, has been on The Wire. In 2008, he attracted attention for criticizing the show being overlooked for Emmy nominations despite its critical success. He has also had a number of guest roles in other shows such as CSI: Miami, Nurse Jackie, Skins, Person of Interest, and The Good Wife. He played Clayton Hughes on Oz.
Gilliam has also acted on stage, playing Prince Edward in a 1993 production of Richard III, and as the lead in the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's 2010 and 2011 productions of Othello at the Houston Shakespeare Festival, directed by his wife Leah C. Gardiner. He also played Antony in Antony and Cleopatra for the Houston Shakespeare Festival, also directed by his wife. He has stated that he prefers acting on the stage although he loves his work in film and television: "Acting for the stage is a lot more fun to do. There is instant communication with the audience. An actor can tell whether or not he or she is connecting with an audience or whether they understand what's going on." In May 2014, Gilliam was cast as Gabriel Stokes in the fifth season of AMC's The Walking Dead. Along with Chad Coleman and Lawrence Gilliard, Jr., he is the third The Wire alum to join the series. He also continues to play Dr. Deaton in Teen Wolf for MTV.
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Jeremy Palko is an American actor in film and television. He was born in LaGrange, GA to Bruce and Sabine Palkowetz. A native of Washington State, Jeremy grew up in Puyallup, WA where he attended Rogers High School. A graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle, Jeremy had his first experience in the theater after a knee injury sidelined him from collegiate sports.
Jeremy found his first speaking role in the film Never Back Down where he used his athletic background to play the running back in the film's opening scene. Jeremy has since gone on to play numerous parts in such television shows as The Vampire Diaries, Are We There Yet?, Burn Notice, Sleepy Hollow, and most recently, Nicholas Widmark, a recurring character on Netflix's Bloodline.
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Michael Welch is best known for his role as the popular Mike Newton in The Twilight film series, appearing in all five films of the franchise. He is currently on the hit Syfy Channel original series, Z Nation as rugged heartthrob Mack Thompson. Season 2 of Z Nation is set to air in the fall of 2015. His latest projectSignificance is based on a popular series of sci-fi / fantasy novels. Fans can expect its online release later this year. Michael plays Marcus, a violent loner, part of the Watson clan, a key antagonist in the series.
Michael had a 2-year stint as Luke Girardi on the beloved, Emmy nominated CBS show, Joan of Arcadia. His first film role wasArtim in the 1998 release, Star Trek: Insurrection playing opposite Patrick Stewart, Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes, and the rest of the Next Generation cast. One of his more recognizable sci-fi appearances was as Young Colonel Jack O’Neill in a season 7 episode of Stargate: SG-1 entitled Fragile Balance. He received high praise from fans portraying a clone of the iconic Richard Dean Anderson character.
Michael has over 40 television credits spanning a 17-year career. His sci-fi appearances include Grimm, The X-Files, Birds of Prey, The Invisible Man, and Touched By An Angel. Other credits include Bones, Criminal Minds, NCIS, all three CSIs, a four-episode arc on The Riches, Numb3rs, Law and Order: SVU, Cold Case, Without a Trace, Judging Amy, and Malcolm in the Middle.
His movie career has been packed with genre work as well, such as Hansel and Gretel Get Baked, The Demented, Born Bad, Day of the Dead, and All The Boys Love Mandy Lane, along with the upcoming suspense/horror films The Well, Cawdor, and Until Someone Gets Hurt, which will be out this year. Other past work includes performances in Boys of Abu Ghraib, Grace Unplugged, The United States of Leland, An American Crime, Remember the Daze, and Archie’s Final Project to name a few. In 2015, fans can also expect the release of The Grounds and Boy Meets Girl, which has won over 20 festival awards.
Despite his busy schedule, it is essential for Michael to give back. In 2013 he helped raise $12,000 for The Thirst Project to drill a clean-water well for a village of 500 people in Swaziland. He received Thirst’s Pioneering Spirit Award in 2011 for his outstanding efforts to raise awareness and money to provide clean drinking water. In 2010, Michael was invited to Germany by the USO to support both wounded soldiers and over 600 military youths. He was co-chair of the 4th annual Walk on The Horizon, an event to bring additional resources to programs for adults with disabilities. For over 10 years, Michael hosted events and entertained less fortunate children with Kids With A Cause.
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