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Mark Moses is an actor whom audiences know from his 25 years of performing in film, television, and theater.
He made his film debut in the Best Picture Academy Award winner Platoon and then appeared in Born on the Fourth of July and The Doors, each directed by Oliver Stone. Among his other movies have been Ridley Scott’s Someone to Watch Over Me; Ronald Maxwell’s Gettysburg; Mimi Leder’s Deep Impact; Sean McNamara’s Race to Space, as astronaut Alan Shepard; Brett Ratner’s Red Dragon and After the Sunset; Robert Luketic’s Monster-in-Law; John Whitesell’s Big Momma’s House 2; Joshua Stern’s Swing Vote; and Clint Eastwood’s Letters from Iwo Jima.
Mr. Moses’ many telefilm and miniseries credits include North and South, in which he portrayed Ulysses S. Grant. He has guest-starred on a host of programs, from ER and The West Wing to multiple respective CSI and Star Trek incarnations. He will next be seen in a recurring role on The Killing.
Also for television, he has recurred through all four seasons of the Emmy Award-winning Mad Men as Duck Phillips; and starred for several seasons, including the first, on the smash Desperate Housewives as Paul Young. With his colleagues from these two series, he has shared three Screen Actors Guild Awards for their ensemble work.
Mr. Moses began his career on the stage, starring on Broadway in Slab Boys; in the New York Shakespeare Festival production of Love’s Labour’s Lost; and Our Country’s Good, in its premiere staging at the Mark Taper Forum.