Nov. 25th, 1936
Matt Clark's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2004 - Killer Diller
2000 - South of Heaven, West of Hell
1998 - Homegrown
1995 - Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh
1991 - Class Action
1990 - Back to the Future Part III
1990 - Cadence
1989 - The Horror Show
1986 - Let's Get Harry
1985 - Return to Oz
1985 - Tuff Turf
1984 - The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
1984 - Country
1982 - Honkytonk Man
1981 - The Legend of the Lone Ranger
1981 - Ruckus
1981 - An Eye For An Eye
1980 - Brubaker
1978 - The Driver
1976 - The Outlaw Josey Wales
1974 - The Terminal Man
1973 - White Lightning
1973 - Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid
1973 - Emperor of the North Pole
1973 - The Laughing Policeman
1972 - The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
1972 - The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid
1972 - The Culpepper Cattle Co.
1972 - The Cowboys
1972 - Jeremiah Johnson
1972 - Pocket Money
1971 - The Beguiled
1969 - The Bridge at Remagen
1967 - In the Heat of the Night
Guest TV Roles
Lt. Arthur Kipling
Matt Clark (born November 25, 1936) is an American actor and director with credits in both film and television. Clark has played diverse character roles in Westerns, comedies, and dramas.
Clark was born in Washington, D.C., the son of Theresa (née Castello), a teacher, and Frederick William Clark, a carpenter. Clark grew up in Conyers, Georgia. After serving in the military, he attended college at George Washington University, but later dropped out. After working at various jobs, he joined a local D.C. theatre group. He later became a member of New York's Living Theatre company and worked off-Broadway and in community theatre in the late 1950s.
- Worked numerous jobs while joining a local D.C. theatre group. Later became a member of New York's Living Theatre company and worked off-Broadway and in community theatre for a time in the late 1950s. Was also a stage manager and one point.
- His ex-wife Erica Lann-Clark is a poet, actress and storyteller. They had four children: Matthias, Jason, Seth and Aimee. She first worked as a teacher and alternative healer while the children were growing up. She later became a storyteller and has since entertained audiences across the country and in Canada, Thailand, Singapore, and Hawaii at various storytelling festivals.
- Tall, lean character actor best known for his somber look in late '60s, '70s and '80s westerns.
- Born in Washington, D.C., but was raised in nearby Alexandria, Virginia.
- Son of Frederick William Clark, a carpenter, and Theresa (Castello) Clark, a teacher.
- Studied acting with famed drama coach Herbert Berghof.
- Studied at George Washington University but dropped out before graduating.
- Served in the Armed Services before pursuing his acting career.
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