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Brian Benben

Brian Benben, 2002
Born Brian Edward Benben
June 18, 1956 (1956-06-18) (age 53)
Winchester, Virginia, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Madeleine Stowe (1982 - present; 2 children)

Brian Benben (born June 18, 1956) is an American actor.

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Biography

Benben was born in Winchester, Virginia, the son of a produce buyer.[1] He later lived and attended high school in Marlboro, NY. In 1982, he married Madeleine Stowe, with whom he has two children. They live on a ranch outside Fredericksburg, Texas.

Benben is perhaps best-known for his leading role in the 1990-96 HBO television series, Dream On. He played a "by the book" FBI agent in the 1990 film Dark Angel (better known in the U.S. as I Come in Peace). He had a starring role in the 1994 film Radioland Murders playing Mary Stuart Masterson's estranged husband. In September 1998, he starred in an eponymous primetime CBS sitcom, The Brian Benben Show.

Benben is currently featured on the American TV show Private Practice. His character was introduced in the 2008 season.[2].

Filmography

Television

Year Title Role Other notes
1986 Kay O'Brien Dr. Mark Doyle
1990-1996 Dream On Martin Tupper
1998-2000 The Brian Benben Show Brian Benben also co-executive producer
2005 Masters of Horror Dwight Faraday Episode: "Deer Woman"
2008-2010 Private Practice Dr. Sheldon Wallace 20 episodes (season 2 - season 3)

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