Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 1988–2006: Early career 2.2 2006–2011: Friday Night Lights 2.3 2011–present: Film career and Bloodline 3 Personal life 4 Filmography 4.1 Film 4.2 Television 4.3 Theatre 5 Awards and nominations 6 References 7 External links


Early life[edit] Chandler was born in Buffalo, New York, the fourth child of Edward Chandler, a pharmaceutical sales representative, and his wife, Sally Jeanette (née Meyer), a dog breeder.[2][3][4] Chandler has three siblings.[2][5] His ancestry includes German, English, and Irish. Chandler was raised Roman Catholic (although he stopped attending church after his father's death).[6] He grew up in suburban Lake Forest, Illinois, until he was 11 years old, when his family moved to a small farm in Loganville, Georgia. Chandler's mother raised Great Danes for show dogs; he travelled with his parents to dog shows as a child and helped out at their dog boarding kennel.[7][8] Chandler graduated from George Walton Academy in nearby Monroe in 1983.[9] As a freshman at Walton, he was a member of the 1979 state championship football team. He left the team the following year, aged 14, after his father died of a heart attack.[8] He participated in the theatre program at Walton after quitting football.[9][10] Chandler's widowed mother ran the business, Sheenwater Kennels, to support Chandler and his siblings.[10] She "was highly active with the Great Dane Club of America (GDCA) as a breeder, judge and championship prize winner."[11][12][13] After graduating from high school, Chandler attended the University of Georgia, where he was a drama major and member of the class of 1984 Sigma Nu fraternity.[14] In 1988, seven credits short of a bachelor's degree in drama, Chandler dropped out of college to pursue a television deal.[10]


Career[edit] 1988–2006: Early career[edit] In 1988, Chandler was signed by the American Broadcasting Company and brought to Hollywood as part of ABC's new talent program.[15] He made his television film debut that same year as a supporting hero actor in Quiet Victory. Also in 1988, Chandler studied with acting teacher, Milton Katselas.[16] His first major acting experience was a supporting role on television as Army Private William Griner in Tour of Duty. In eight episodes of the last season of the series, he played a member of a special operations squad fighting in Vietnam. Chandler made his film debut in one of the key roles in the 1992 George Strait film, Pure Country. From 1991 to 1993, he had a series regular role as Cleveland Indians right fielder Jeff Metcalf in the ABC series Homefront, a drama set in the post-World War II era in the fictional town of River Run, Ohio.[17] Homefront ran for two seasons, with Chandler appearing in all 42 episodes. In 1994, he made his Broadway debut, co-starring with Ashley Judd, in a revival of William Inge's Picnic at the Roundabout Theatre Company. From 1996 to 2000, Chandler starred as the lead character in the CBS series Early Edition, starring as a man who had the ability to change future disasters. He portrayed bar owner Gary Hobson, a stockbroker turned hero who received "tomorrow's newspaper today", delivered to his door by a mysterious cat. In 1996, he received the Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television for his portrayal of Hobson. Chandler was featured in all 90 episodes of the series, which ran for four seasons.[18] In 2001, he appeared opposite Joan Cusack as investment banker Jake Evans in one season of the ABC comedy series What About Joan.[7] In 2003, Chandler played scheming lawyer Grant Rashton in six episodes of the short-lived NBC series The Lyon's Den, opposite Rob Lowe.[19] Working again in film, Chandler played the 1930s film star Bruce Baxter in the 2005 film King Kong (the character was based on romantic film star Bruce Cabot, who played Jack Driscoll in the original King Kong). Coincidentally, Chandler later played John Driscoll in The Day the Earth Stood Still. In February 2006, Chandler returned to television to guest star as the ill-fated bomb squad leader Dylan Young in two episodes of the ABC series Grey's Anatomy. The episodes, titled "It's The End of The World" and "As We Know It", followed the Super Bowl XL.[20] He received substantial praise for his performance and was nominated for the Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series category at the 58th Primetime Emmy Awards.[21] He appeared again on Grey's Anatomy, in the February 15, 2007 episode "Drowning On Dry Land", and the February 22, 2007 episode "Some Kind of Miracle".[20][22] 2006–2011: Friday Night Lights[edit] Chandler with his Friday Night Lights co-star Connie Britton in December 2008 While working on his Primetime Emmy Award-nominated guest role in Grey's Anatomy, Chandler met Peter Berg, who was developing a drama series Friday Night Lights, which followed the lives of a high school football coach, his family, and the players in a small Texas town. The series was inspired by Buzz Bissinger's book and the film of the same name. Chandler learned that he had been cast as high school football coach Eric Taylor when he was on Christmas vacation in 2005 with his family.[10] The show's pilot aired on NBC in 2006.[23] While critically acclaimed, the series was at risk of cancellation each year. Starting with the third season in 2008, first-run episodes of the show were broadcast on DirecTV satellite channel The 101 Network before being repeated on NBC. The final season ended in 2011.[24] Chandler said that neither he nor Berg wanted him to play the role of Coach Taylor. And "while Chandler later changed his mind and decided he would be perfect for the role, Berg didn't see things his way: 'To this day he still says, I still didn't want you.'"[25] Chandler won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his role in the final season of Friday Night Lights.[26][27] While shooting the series, Chandler also acted in some films. In 2007, he appeared in The Kingdom, which was directed by Friday Night Lights creator Berg, and in 2008, he appeared in The Day the Earth Stood Still as John Driscoll. 2011–present: Film career and Bloodline[edit] Chandler and Mark Wahlberg filming Broken City in November 2011 After Friday Night Lights ended, Chandler focused on film work. In 2011, he had a lead role in J.J. Abrams' science fiction film Super 8.[28] The following year, he appeared in Argo. Chandler also co-starred in Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty in 2012, playing the role of Joseph Bradley, an Islamabad C.I.A. Station Chief. He co-starred alongside Jessica Chastain and Jason Clarke.[29] In 2013, he had a supporting role in Broken City, starring Mark Wahlberg, Russell Crowe, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Chandler appeared in The Wolf of Wall Street, also released in 2013, based on the memoir of Wall Street tycoon Jordan Belfort. It was nominated for five Academy Awards including Best Picture. The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill, with Martin Scorsese directing. Chandler played FBI agent Patrick Denham.[30] That same year, he played a deadbeat alcoholic father in The Spectacular Now.[16] In 2015, Chandler co-starred in Todd Haynes' drama film Carol, portraying "a jealous husband" to his wife played by Cate Blanchett, who is revealed to be lesbian.[1] Also in 2015, Chandler returned to television with the Netflix drama series Bloodline.[1][31][32] The show premiered to positive reviews from critics, and ended after airing its third season.[33] In the 2016 drama Manchester by the Sea, he played the main character's older brother. In April 2016, Chandler was reported to have joined the principal cast of Shawn Christensen's film The Vanishing of Sidney Hall.[34][35] In February 2017, he was cast in Godzilla: King of the Monsters alongside Vera Farmiga and Millie Bobby Brown.[36] The following month, he joined Rachel McAdams and Jason Bateman in the comedy film Game Night.[37]


Personal life[edit] For nearly 20 years after beginning his acting career in the late 1980s, Chandler lived in Los Angeles.[38][39] Since 2007, Chandler and his family have lived on a 33-acre spread in Dripping Springs, Texas,[1] southwest of Austin, where they own several dogs and donkeys.[29][40] Chandler's mother came to live with the family toward the end of her life, when she was suffering from Alzheimer's disease. She died in 2014.[2] Chandler serves as a volunteer firefighter. He also participates in an annual charity golf tournament at Wolfdancer to raise funds for football players who have spinal injuries.[39] Chandler has been married to Kathryn Macquarrie since 1995. Chandler met his wife at a dog park in the mid-1990s.[41] They have two daughters, Sydney and Sawyer.[41] Chandler and his daughter Sawyer have been active in trying to end the practice of shark finning.[42]


Filmography[edit] Film[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1990 The Color of Evening John 1992 Pure Country Buddy Jackson 1996 Mulholland Falls Captain 1999 Angel's Dance Tony Greco 2005 King Kong Bruce Baxter 2007 The Kingdom Francis Manner 2008 The Day the Earth Stood Still John Driscoll 2010 Morning Businessman 2011 Super 8 Jackson Lamb 2012 Argo Hamilton Jordan Zero Dark Thirty Joseph Bradley 2013 Broken City Paul Andrews The Naughty List Santa Claus (voice) Direct-to-DVD The Spectacular Now Tommy Keely The Wolf of Wall Street Patrick Denham 2015 Carol Harge Aird 2016 Manchester by the Sea Joe Chandler 2017 The Vanishing of Sidney Hall The Searcher 2018 Game Night Brooks First Man Deke Slayton Post-production 2019 Godzilla: King of the Monsters Mark Russell Post-production Television[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1988 Quiet Victory: The Charlie Wedemeyer Story Skinner Television film 1989 Unconquered 1st Boy Television film 1989 Home Fires Burning Billy Benefield Television film 1989 China Beach Grunt Episode: "Independence Day" 1989 Freddy's Nightmares Chuck Episode: "Memory Overload" 1990 Tour of Duty William Griner 8 episodes 1990, 2002 One Life to Live Joey 2 episodes 1991–1993 Homefront Jeff Metcalf 42 episodes 1994 North and South Book III: Heaven and Hell Charles Main 1 episode 1995 Sleep, Baby, Sleep Peter Walker Television film 1995 Convict Cowboy Clay Treyton Television film 1996–2000 Early Edition Gary Hobson 90 episodes 2000–2001 What About Joan? Jake Evans 21 episodes 2003 The Lyon's Den Grant Rashton 7 episodes 2003 And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself Raoul Walsh Television film 2004 Capital City Mac McGinty Pilot 2005 Lies and the Wives We Tell Them To Cooper Pilot 2006–2007 Grey's Anatomy Dylan Young 4 episodes 2006–2011 Friday Night Lights Eric Taylor 76 episodes 2008 King of the Hill Tucker Mardell (voice) Episode: "The Courtship of Joseph's Father" 2011 Robot Chicken Various voices Episode: "No Country for Old Dogs" 2013 The Vatican Cardinal Thomas Duffy Pilot 2013 Monstrous Holiday Coach (voice) Television film 2014 American Dad! Coach Keegan (voice) Episode: "Introducing The Naughty Stewardesses" 2015–2017 Bloodline John Rayburn 33 episodes 2016 Family Guy Coach Doyle (voice) Episode: "Bookie of the Year" Theatre[edit] Year Title Role 1994 Picnic Hal Carter


Awards and nominations[edit] Year Association Category Nominated work Result 1997 Saturn Awards Best Actor on Television Early Edition Won 2006 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Grey's Anatomy Nominated 2007 TCA Awards Individual Achievement in Drama Friday Night Lights Nominated 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominated Satellite Awards Best Actor – Television Series Drama Nominated 2011 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Actor in a Drama Series Nominated Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Won Satellite Awards Best Actor – Television Series Drama Nominated 2012 Hollywood Film Awards Best Cast Argo Won San Diego Film Critics Society Awards San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Cast Nominated Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Friday Night Lights Nominated 2013 Palm Springs International Film Festival Best Cast Argo Won Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Won 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Bloodline Nominated 2016 Satellite Awards Best Actor – Television Series Drama Nominated Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominated


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