Clark Gregg Biography

Clark Gregg, also known as Robert Clark Gregg, is a highly accomplished American actor, director, screenwriter, and voice actor. With a career spanning since 1988, he has made significant contributions to both the big screen and small screen. Gregg has appeared in blockbuster movies such as ‘Iron Man’, ‘The Avengers’, and ‘Thor’, showcasing his exceptional acting skills. He has also become a beloved figure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, portraying the iconic character Agent Phil Coulson. On television, Gregg has impressed audiences with his performances in shows like ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ and ‘The New Adventures of Old Christine’. Additionally, he has showcased his versatility by lending his voice to various animated projects, including ‘Ultimate Spider-Man’ and ‘Lego Marvel Super Heroes’. With his immense talent and diverse range of roles, Clark Gregg has established himself as a true multi-talented personality in the entertainment industry.

Quick Facts

  • Also Known As: Robert Clark Gregg
  • Age: 61 Years, 61 Year Old Males
  • Family:
    • Spouse/Ex-: Jennifer Grey
    • Father: Robert Clark Gregg
    • Mother: Mary Layne
  • Actors
  • Directors
  • Height: 5’9″ (175 cm), 5’9″ Males
  • City: Boston
  • U.S. State: Massachusetts
  • More Facts
  • Education: Ohio Wesleyan University, New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts


Clark Gregg made his acting debut with a small role in the 1988 movie ‘Things Change’. The same year, he was cast in the TV movie ‘Lip Service’. After this, he appeared in the movie named ‘Fat Man and Little Boy’. He then got featured in an episode of the TV series ‘Law & Order’ and also in two episodes of the series ‘Shannon’s Deal’.

In 1994, the American actor did the films ‘Ride Me’, ‘I Love Trouble’ and ‘Clear and Present Danger’. He also appeared in the series ‘The George Carlin Show’ during that year. The following year, he did a few big screen and small screen projects like ‘The Usual Suspects’, ‘Above Suspicion’, ‘Tyson’, ‘The Commish’ and ‘Central Park West’. Then in 1997, Gregg did the movies ‘The Spanish Prisoner’, ‘The Last Time I Committed Suicide’ and ‘Six Ways to Sunday’.

After this, from 2000 to 2005, he was offered several films and television projects such as ‘State and Main’, ‘Artificial Intelligence: AI’, ‘One Hour Photo’, ‘We Were Soldiers’, ‘The Human Stain’, ‘In Enemy Hands’, ‘Spartan’, ‘In Good Company’, ‘Sex and the City’, ‘The West Wing’, ‘My Sister’s Keeper’, ‘Will & Grace’ and ‘The Shield’, to name a few. In 2006, the versatile actor did the flick ‘Hoot’ and also did the TV film ‘The Road to Christmas’. The same year, he was cast as Richard Campbell in the series ‘The New Adventures of Old Christine’. Two years later, he served as a writer and director for the movie ‘Choke’. He then did ‘Iron Man’, ‘Iron Man 2’, ‘Thor’ and ‘Marvel One-Shot’ movies.

Then in the year 2012, Gregg starred in the TV show ‘Ultimate Spider-Man’ as well as in the flick ‘The Avengers’. The following year, he was offered the series ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ and the film ‘Trust Me’. He also lent his voice to the characters of video games ‘LEGO Marvel Super Heroes’ and ‘Marvel Heroes’ that year. After this, the American star appeared in the TV series ‘BattleBots’ and worked as a voice actor for the video game ‘Lego Marvel’s Avengers’. In 2017, Gregg appeared as Chief Inspector Calvin Bordurant in the flick ‘Live by Night’.

Personal Life

Clark Gregg was born as Robert Clark Gregg on April 2, 1962 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA to parents Robert Clark Gregg and Mary Layne. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and then studied drama and English from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Gregg married actress Jennifer Grey in 2001. Their daughter Stella was born the same year on December 3, 2001.

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