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Devon Gummersall played Mark Hauser during Season 6.

Biography and career Edit

Devon Gummersall was born in Durango, Colorado to artist C. Gregory Gummersall. He began acting at the age of 10. Several years after he began his professional career appearing in the show Step by Step.

After that, Gummersall has appeared in shows like Blossom, C-16: FBI (with Zach Grenier), Once and Again (with Jeffrey Nordling and Ever Carradine), Without a Trace (with Mark Kiely), CSI: NY (with Mykelti Williamson), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (with Jeff Kober), Castle (with Stana Katic), The Gates (with Marisol Nichols), and The Mentalist (with Navid Negahban).

Gummersall is best known for his role of Brian Krakow on ABC's My So-Called Life. He has also had regular and recurring roles in shows like Relativity, Felicity, Roswell, The Fugitive, The L Word (with Mia Kirshner and Julian Sands), and State of Mind (with Mido Hamada and Chris Diamantopoulos).

Role on 24 Edit

Gummersall played the role of Mark Hauser during Season 6 of 24. Hauser was a security consultant that assisted Dmitri Gredenko. Gummersall appeared in one episode and was credited as a guest star.

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Low Fidelity (2011)
  • The Anarchist Cookbook (2002)
  • Dick (1999)
  • Independence Day (1996)
  • Beethoven's 2nd (1993)

Television appearances

  • The Last Ship (2016)
  • Mad Men (2015)
  • The Mentalist (2014)
  • Fairly Legal (2011)
  • Private Practice (2009)
  • Monk (2004)
  • The L Word (2004)
  • Without a Trace (2004)
  • Tru Calling (2004)
  • CSI (2003)
  • The Twilight Zone (2003)
  • Roswell (2001)
  • Felicity (1998)
  • My So-Called Life (1994-1995)
  • Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993)
  • Step by Step (1992)

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