Martin Donovan stars in "Boss" on Starz as Ezra Stone.

Donovan previously starred in Cartoon Network's "Unnatural History" as Uncle Bryan Bartlett. When Henry's (Kevin G. Schmidt) globetrotting parents think it's time for him to lead a normal high school life, they pack him up to live with his uncle Bryan and cousin Jasper in Washington, D.C. Uncle Bryan also just happens to be the dean of the high school Henry and Jasper attend.

Martin Donovan's appearance in all episodes of season 2 of the critically acclaimed Showtime television series "Weeds" playing Mary-Louise Parker's love interest continues a string of collaborations with Parker, including MGM's "Saved!," the romantic comedy "Pipe Dream" and Jane Campion's "The Portrait of a Lady."

Donovan recently completed filming "Unthinkable" with Samuel L. Jackson and Michael Sheen. Other recent film appearances include the Matthew Ryan Hope directed "The United States of Leland" with Kevin Spacey and Don Cheadle, "The Sentinel" opposite Kiefer Sutherland and Michael Douglas, "Wind Chill" with Emily Blunt and Ashton Holmes, and "The Quiet" opposite Edie Falco. Donovan also starred opposite Al Pacino in director Christopher Nolan's "Insomnia" for Warner Bros., as well as MGM's "Agent Cody Banks." Other film credits include the critically acclaimed "The Opposite of Sex," as well as "Living Out Loud," "In a Savage Land," "Onegin," "Heaven," "Hollow Reed," and "Nadja."

In "The Portrait of a Lady," Donovan played Nicole Kidman's doomed cousin and admirer for which he won the National Society of Film Critic's Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Donovan has enjoyed a long association with celebrated director Hal Hartley, starring in several of his films, including "Amateur," which was selected for both the Cannes and New York Film Festivals. Other Hartley collaborations are "Simple Men," which was also an official Cannes selection, "Trust," "Surviving Desire," "Flirt" and "The Book of Life," which was shown at the New York Film Festival.

Donovan's TV credits include starring in the "Masters of Horror: Right to Die" for Showtime, the FX telefilm "RFK," and the FOX series "Pasadena." Other television credits include "Amy and Isabelle," "Ghost Whisperer," "The Great Gatsby," and HBO's "When Trumpets Fade." Donovan made his television series regular debut in the critically acclaimed drama series "Wonderland."


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Age: 60 years old
Birthday: August 19, 1957
Height: 6' 1"
Full Name / Real Name: Martin R. Smith
Birthplace: Reseda, CA
Wife: Vivian Lanko

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