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As Brad Chase in the TV drama “Boston Legal,” Christopher Chance in the action drama “Human Target,” and Oliver Richard in the series “Harry’s Law,” Mark Valley is an American actor most recognized for these roles. He is also well-known for his series of regular roles in the television shows Fringe, Body of Proof, Keen Eddie, Pasadena, and Days of Our Lives. The actor has been in numerous other TV shows in addition to these, such as “Once and Again,” “ER,” “Crisis,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “The 4400,” and “Swingtown.” In addition to acting in movies, Valley has been in “The Innocent,” “Breast Men,” “The Next Best Thing,” and “Zero Dark Thirty.” Few people are aware that he also works as a voice actor and has voiced characters in a few animated movies, including “Shrek the Third,” “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns,” and “Ferdinand.” As of early 2018, Valley has been nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Awards three times and the Teen Choice Awards twice.

Career of Mark Valley

Mark Valley made his debut on the big screen in 1993’s “The Innocent.” Then he started to make an appearance on “Days of Our Lives.” He worked on the 1997 film “Breast Men.” He had an appearance in the drama “Brimstone” not long after this. In 2000, the actor then appeared in the movies “The Next Best Thing” and “Jericho.” He started his roles as Will Gluck and Richard Lockhart in Once and Again and ER, respectively, in the same year. He then played the lead in the television series “Pasadena.”

In 2002, Valley made an appearance in a “Spin City” episode. He became a series regular in the cast of “Keen Eddie” the following year. He portrays Brad Chase in the television series “Boston Legal” from 2004 to 2007. He also provided voices for the animated film “Shrek the Third” at this time. The actor soon afterward acquired a regular part in the drama “Fringe.”

He was hired to play Christopher Chance in the 2010 television series “Human Target.” He was hired as Oliver Richard in “Harry’s Law” a year later, and he played the part there through 2012. Valley had appearances in the films “Stolen” and “Zero Dark Thirty” around this time as well. After that, in 2013, he provided the voice of Clark Kent/Superman for the animated feature “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.” He performed on the television show “Body of Proof” that same year. After that, he appeared in the dramas “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” and “Crisis.” More recently, the American performer provided Duque Dodo’s voice in the 2017 film Ferdinand. He made an appearance in two episodes of “Bloodline” and “Feud: Bette and Joan” that same year.

Individual Life of Mark Valley

On December 24, 1964, Mark Valley was born to Martha and Michael Valley in Ogdensburg, New York, in the United States. Jennifer, Lynne, and Marnie are two of his three sisters; the other sister is an actress. He studied at the United States Military Academy, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in math and engineering. In 2008, Valley wed the actress Anna Torv. But a year later, the couple divorced.

Mark Valley Net Worth

American actor Mark Valley has a $3 million dollar fortune. In December 1964, Mark Valley was born in Ogdensburg, New York. He played Jack Devereaux in the soap series Days of Our Lives from 1994 until 1997. He played Robert Greeley in the television series Pasadena from 2001 to 2002. From 2003 to 2004, Valley played Det. Eddie Arlette on the TV show Keen Eddie. He played Brad Chase in the Boston Legal television series from 2004 to 2007. In the television series Fringe from 2008 to 2009, Mark Valley played John Scott. From 2010 to 2011, he played Christopher Chance in the series Human Target.

He played Oliver Richard on the TV show Harry’s Law from 2011 to 2012, and in 2013 he played Tommy Sullivan on the show Body or Proof. The TV shows Once and Again, Crisis, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, and The Millionaires have all had recurring characters played by Valley. Three Screen Actors Guild Awards, two Teen Choice Awards, and a Behind the Voice Actors Award have all nominated Valley.