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  • Real name : Mark Thomas Valley
  • Place of birth : New York
  • Date of birth : 24/12/1964



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Mark Valley (1964)

Mark Thomas Valley

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Mark Thomas Valley is an American film and television actor, known for his role as Brad Chase on the TV drama Boston Legal and Christopher Chance in Fox's action/drama Human Target.


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Born in Ogdensburg, New York, Valley graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics and engineering before serving in Berlin and the Gulf War. He has a daughter, Sherri, born in 1987.

He married Anna Torv, his Fringe costar, in December 2008. They separated in early 2010.

Valley obtained his first role, on The Innocent , while serving in the army in Germany. He landed the role of "Father Pete" on Another World in 1993. He later took over the role of Jack Deveraux on the NBC Daytime soap opera Days of our Lives from 1994-97. In 2003, Valley played Detective Eddie Arlette, an American police officer in London, on the short-lived Keen Eddie.

He played Brad Chase on Boston Legal, a spinoff of the television series The Practice. Valley also appeared on the television series ER as Richard Lockhart, Abby Lockhart's ex-husband. In 2008 he appeared on Fringe, as FBI agent John Scott. Valley played the lead in Fox's drama Human Target.

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