Mark Valley
Christopher Chance
Name Mark Valley
Portrays Christopher Chance
Birthplace Ogdensburg, New York
Born on December 24, 1964

Mark Valley is a versatile American film and television actor who is known equally for his comedic, witty turns as he is for his dramatic, weighty performances. Valley is a familiar face to FOX viewers having appeared as "FBI Agent John Scott" on the hit drama "FRINGE". His additional television credits include a three-year run as "Brad Chase" on "Boston Legal", starring roles on "Keen Eddie" and "Pasadena", as well as recurring roles on "Once and Again", "ER", "The 4400" and "Swingtown."

His film credits include John Schlesinger's "The Innocent", "The Siege" with Denzel Washington, John Frankenheimer's "George Wallace", "The Next Best Thing" with Madonna and Rupert Everett and "Shrek III" as the voice of "Cyclops". Valley also wrote and performed in "Walls, Wars and Whiskey", a one-man show about his experiences growing up in upstate New York and serving in the military.

Valley graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and began his acting career while serving overseas in the Army. The Gulf War veteran is a native of Ogdensburg, NY, and currently divides his time between Vancouver, Canada and Los Angeles.

After HT, he went on to star in the second season of Harry's Law and the third of Body of Proof, both of which ended with those seasons. In 2014, he was one of the major supporting characters, CIA Director Widener, in Crisis. The following year he had a recurring role in Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce and after that in The Millionaires.

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