Gregory Itzin

Gregory Itzin


Gregory Itzin was born on Apr 20, 1948 in USA. Gregory Itzin's big-screen debut came with Airplane! directed by Jim Abrahams in 1980, strarring Religious Zealot #1. Gregory Itzin is known for America 2.0 directed by J.S. Mayank, Patrick J. Adams stars as Seth McGuire and Lorien Haynes as Tamsin. Gregory Itzin has got 2 awards and 5 nominations so far. The most recent award Gregory Itzin achieved is Gold Derby Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Gregory Itzin plays is America 2.0 - Season 1 which will be released on Sep 19, 2018.

Gregory Itzin, accomplished stage, film and television actor, was perhaps best known for his Emmy Award-nominated performance for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series as Pres. Charles Logan on 24. Born in Washington, D.C. to parents Evelyn Loretta Itzin and Martin Joseph Itzin, he and his family moved to Burlington, Wisconsin at a young age, where is father became mayor. He studied and trained at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, intending to become a stage actor.Itzin's film credits most notably include the roles of John Archibald Campbell opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in "Lincoln" for director Steven Spielberg; Jack Stern in "The Ides of March" opposite Ryan Gosling and George Clooney, also directed by Clooney; Warden Iger opposite Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler in "Law Abiding Citizen" for director F. Gary Gray; his comedic portrayal of Flemming Steel opposite Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds in "The Change-Up" for director David Dobkin, and his memorable scene opposite Johnny Depp in "Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas" for director Terry Gilliam.In addition to his stand-out performance in 24, his television credits range from recurring roles on "Friends", "Murder One", "The Mentalist", "Desperate Housewives", "Covert Affairs" and "Mob City" to "Big Love", "The Practice" and "Boston Legal". Known as a frequent "Star Trek" actor, Itzin appeared as five different characters in "Star Trek: Enterprise", "Star Trek: Deep Space 9" and "Star Trek: Voyager". He was hired repeatedly by such highly esteemed producer-directors as David E. Kelley, John Wells, Steven Bochco, David Milch, Rick Berman and Michael Piller -- a testament to his praiseworthy performances.With the ongoing roles on television and appearances in dozens of films, Itzin's love for the stage never waned. He was nominated for both Tony and Drama Desk Awards for his performance in the Pulitzer Prize-winning "The Kentucky Cycle" (which he performed in the world premiere at the Intiman Theatre, the Mark Taper Forum, Kennedy Center and on Broadway). He was a proud member of the Antaeus Theater Company. In 2010, he won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for his portrayal of Earl of Kent in their production of "King Lear". Also a member of The Matrix Theatre Company, he won several L.A. Drama Critics Circle Awards: for his portrayal of Vladimir in "Waiting For Godot", McCann in "The Birthday Party" and Lenny in "The Homecoming" (the last two by Harold Pinter). Itzin also lent his voice to many radio plays for LA Theatre Works, including "Arcadia", "Enron", "Oedipus The King", "Incident At Vichy", "Boats on a River", "Saint Joan" and most recently Comte de Guiche in "Cyrano De Bergerac".Itzin was married to his wife Judith from 1979 until his death in 2022; they had two children, son Wilke (also an actor) and daughter Julia. Gregory and Judith were the proud grandparents of Wylder Itzin, son of Wilke and Talia Itzin.

  • Birthday

    Apr 20, 1948
  • Place of Birth

    Washington, District of Columbia, USA

Known For


2 wins & 5 nominations

Gold Derby Awards
Drama Supporting Actor
Winner - Gold Derby TV Award
Breakthrough Performer of the Year
Winner - Gold Derby TV Award
Online Film & Television Association
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Winner - OFTA Television Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows