Tate Donovan Biography
(Actor and Comedian Known for His Role in TV Series 'Damages' and 'The O.C.')
Birthday: September 25, 1963 (Libra)
Born In: Tenafly, New Jersey, United States
Tate Donovan is an American actor and director, best known for his portrayal of ‘Bob Anders’ in the film ‘Argo.’ He moved to Los Angeles after high school and completed his education from the ‘University of Southern California,’ where he came into contact with friends from the entertainment industry and appeared in minor roles on TV. He then bagged the role of ‘Brent Zetterland’ in the film ‘Inside Monkey Zetterland,’ for which he was nominated for the ‘Independent Spirit Award’ for the ‘Best Supporting Male Actor.’ He has appeared as ‘Alan Seymour’ in the revival of the ‘Broadway’ play ‘Picnic’ by the ‘Roundabout Theatre Company’ and has made numerous other stage appearances. He has appeared as ‘Hercules’ in ‘Disney’s Hades Challenge’ and the ‘Kingdom of Hearts’ series of video games. He has also provided his voice to the character ‘Hercules’ in the animated film of the same name. He was in a relationship with actor, producer, and philanthropist Sandra Bullock and actor Jennifer Aniston, before he got married to writer Corinne Kingsbury in 2005. The couple divorced three years later. He is a spokesperson for the treatment of bladder cancer and has worked for ‘Young Storytellers,’ which is a non-profit program for improving literacy and self confidence among underprivileged school children. He is currently a respected personality in the American entertainment industry.