Gordon Clapp Wiki, Bio, Divorce, Wife and Net Worth

Gordon Clapp Wiki, Bio, Divorce, Wife and Net Worth

Gordon Clapp is an American artist best known for his roles in the television series “NYPD Blue”. He charmed the audiences by portraying character of Det. Grey Medavoy. He appeared in all 12 seasons of the series. In 1998 he won the Emmy award for the series. He won the Screen Actors Guild award for his best performance in a drama series.

Since then he played numerous TV shows and stage plays. He has maintained a vibrant profession on both sides of the camera. His TV shows “Night Court”, “Less than perfect”, “Check it out!”, “Deadwood” were more cherished. Some of his movies to watch are likely, Running, Termini Station, Return of Secaucus 7, Sunshine State, and Rules of Engagement, Flags of our Fathers, Matewan, and The Rage Carrie: 2, Eight Men Out and many more.

In the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s episode Vortex he was casted a character. In the Game Plan, he played the role of coach Mad Maddox. On Broadway, he appeared on the play Glengarry Glen Ross as loudmouth instigator. The play won the Pulitzer Prize. For this play he was nominated in the category of Best actor featured in the play of the Tony Award. In 1995, he was casted in the “Her Hidden Truth” where he played the character of father Paul. For the horror movie “Drive-Thru” he voiced Horny the Clown. In the 3rd season of Criminal Minds, he appeared as Det Dick Walenski in "In Birth and Death”. In 2008’s Cold Case he played the role of a corrupt police officer. In the F/X show “Damages”, he played the role of father of Ellen.

“Damages”, he played the role of father of Ellen.

In 2014, Clapp played the recurring role of Chaplain Orlovsky in Chicago Fire. His role was to play the Catholic priest. He also executive produced, starred in 3 short films: “Bananas”, “Fast car and babies”, “Trailer talk”. He earned nominations for Gemini Award and Dora Moore Award through his TV and stage works. American regional credits include the Buffalo's Studio Arena Philadelphia Drama Guild and Boston's Huntington Theater. Clapp is a talented writer; his works has appeared in LA Golf, the New York Post and Variety. He was honored with Los Angeles Press Club Award In return for his humorous account of winning award.

Clapp was born on September 24, 1948 at North Cornway, New Hampshire. He is currently in his age of 68 years. He has average height of 5 feet 6 inch. He did his graduation from Williams College and in fall 1970 at the national theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neil Theater Center. Clapp got married for short duration with his girlfriend whom he had an affair with. In 1986 they got married, but after 11 years he divorce his wife. He has children which proves that he isn’t a gay. You can find information about his spouse and family from Wikipedia. He has net worth of $5 million. To find out more about his career, you can refer his bio in site wiki and also stay attached with his latest info via social media sites like facebook and twitter.