Robert Baker
Date of Birth
Oct 15, 1979

Biography

Beefy, burly character actor Robert Baker broke into Hollywood features during the 2000s and specialized in physically dominant and imposing types from a broad cross-section of genres. Projects included the Will Ferrell/Vince Vaughn frat-boy comedy Old School (2003) (as a college student), the Denzel Washington crime thriller Out of Time (2003), and the Pierce Brosnan/Liam Neeson western Seraphim Falls (2006) (as one of the members of a man-hunting posse). In 2008, Baker scored a double-coup with a supporting role as football player Stump in the George Clooney-directed sports comedy Leatherheads and an ongoing turn as Leo, one of a family of Greek immortals assigned to bring human soulmates together, on the romantic comedy series Valentine. In 2009 Baker joined the cast of Grey's Anatomy as antagonistic Dr. Charles Percy, with subsequent feature roles in Atom Egoyan's Devil's Knot and Gore Verbinski's The Lone Ranger highlighting his unique ability to move effortlessly between screens both big and small. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

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