What movies are Eric Lange Play in? His Age, Height, Spouse

Who is Eric Lange?

Popular American actor Eric Edward Lange was born under the zodiac sign Pisces on 19 February 1973, in Hamilton, Ohio USA. He has 96 acting credits and is perhaps known best for starring as Lyle Mitchell in all seven episodes of the critically acclaimed 2018 biographical crime mini-series “Escape at Dannemora”, which also starred Patricia Arquette and Benicio Del Toro, and was created by Michael Tolkin and Brett Johnson. It follows a female prison employee who’s fallen in love with two inmates and has helped them escape; the mini-series won nine of its 42 award nominations.

Eric’s currently shooting for the upcoming movie “Caddo Lake”, as well as for the series’ “Sugar” and “Beacon 23”.

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Early life and education

Eric was raised in Hamilton by his Danish parents, about whom he hasn’t shared many details because they prefer to be left out of media; it’s believed that both his parents were theatre actors but this is yet to be addressed by Eric. As he’s yet to speak about having siblings, most of Eric’s fans believe him to be an only child.

Eric studied at Fairfield High School and was 16 when he became interested in acting, after he began appearing in school plays; Eric enjoyed taking part in various other school activities, including playing soccer, dancing and practicing creative writing.

He matriculated in 1991 and then moved to Oxford, Ohio where he enrolled at Miami University, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in 1995.

Roles in movies

Eric’s debut film role was playing Singing Waiter in the 1996 romantic crime comedy “High School High”, which starred Louise Fletcher, Tia Carrere and Jon Lovitz, and was directed by Hart Bochner. It follows Richard Clark who’s just began teaching D-average students at Marion Barry High School, while he had previously taught at the prestigious Wellington Academy.

Eric’s following role came in 1998 in three episodes of the long-running series “The Bold and the Beautiful”, 2004, when cast to star as Max in the short comedy “Paul Is Dead”, while he could then have been seen appearing in the 2005 crime mystery “McBride: Anybody Here Murder Marty?”, the 2006 biographical drama “The Bondage” and the 2006 short comedy “Roner”. In 2008, he played Allen in the mystery thriller “Mating Dance”, which starred Shawn Christian, Carina Cherbosque and Susan Blakely, and was written and directed by Cate Caplin. It follows a woman who has a ‘supernatural secret’, and the film won two of its three award nominations. The remainder of the 2000s saw Eric appear in the 2008 short drama “Open Your Eyes”, the 2008 short horror “AM1200” and the 2010 biographical drama “You Don’t Know Jack”.

In 2011, he played Mr. Sikowitz in the family comedy “iParty with Victorious”, which starred Nathan Kress, Jennette McCurdy and Miranda Cosgrove, and was directed by Steve Hoefer. It follows Carly Shay who’s recently begun dating a boy, while she’s now found out that the he has a girlfriend. A couple of Eric’s following roles were in the 2012 comedy “Blue Like Jazz”, the 2012 drama “The Tin Star” and the 2013 short science fiction “Protocol”.

The year 2017 saw him play Dr. Whitehurst in the critically acclaimed crime mystery “Wind River”, which starred Graham Greene, Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen, and was written and directed by Taylor Sheridan. It follows a wildlife officer who’s teamed up with an FBI agent in an effort to solve the murder of a young woman, and the film won 15 of its 40 award nominations.

Some of Eric’s most recent movie roles have been in the 2020 horror mystery “Antebellum”, the 2020 horror “The Empty Man” and the 2022 action fantasy comedy “Day Shift”.

Roles in TV series

Eric’s debut TV series role was playing Dr. Larson in three episodes (1998) of the romantic drama “The Bold and the Beautiful”, and he went on to appear in an episode of various series in the first half of the 2000s, such as the action fantasy “Angel”, adventure science fiction “Firefly” and the comedy “Wanda at Large”.

He gained recognition in 2004, when cast to play Doctor in four episodes of the drama “LAX”, which starred Paul Leyden, Blair Underwood and Heather Locklear, and was created by Nick Thiel. It follows the lives of two people employed at Los Angeles International Airport, and the series was nominated for a 2005 Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – Sound Effects & Foley. Eric could then have been seen appearing in an episode of the drama “The West Wing”, the crime action “JAG” and the family comedy “The Bernie Mac Show”.

In 2007, he played Stuart Radzinsky in the evergreen adventure fantasy “Lost”, which starred Yunjin Kim, Josh Holloway and Jorge Garcia, and was created by J. J. Abrams and Jeffrey Lieber. It follows a group of plane crash survivors who’ve found themselves on a deserted island, the series aired from 2004 through 2010 and won 114 of the 513 awards for which it was nominated.

The year 2011 saw Eric appear in an episode of the crime action “CSI: Miami”, the comedy “Pretty the Series” and the action comedy “Chuck”, and in 2013 and 2014, he played Kenneth Hastings in the popular crime mystery “The Bridge”, which starred Thomas M. Wright, Diane Kruger and Demian Bichir, and was created by Elwood Reid and Bjorn Stein. It follows two detectives as they’re working on a murder case, and the series won eight of its 12 award nominations.

Some of Eric’s most recent roles in TV series has been in all eight episodes of the 2021 horror mystery mini-series “Brand New Cherry Flavor” (lead role), the 2021 episode “Butt Plug” of the comedy “The Premise” and 15 episodes of the historical crime drama “Perry Mason” since 2020.

Other credits

Eric sang the song “Number One” in the 2010 episode “Freak the Freak Out” of the family comedy series “Victorious”.

He co-produced the 2014 comedy movie “Bread and Butter”, which won three of its eight award nominations.

Some of Eric’s recent talk-show appearances have been in “Figure It Out”, “The Broadway.com Show” and “Collider TV Talk”.

Awards and nominations

Eric won a 2017 The BAM Award for Best Cast, for his and his colleagues’ performance in “Wind River”, and he won a 2010 Streamy Award for Best Ensemble Cast, for his and his other colleagues’ performance in “Easy to Assemble”.

He was also nominated for a 2008 ShockerFest Horror Genre Award for Best Actor, for “AM1200”, a 2019 Critics Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Movie or Limited Series, for “Escape at Dannemora” and a 2019 Online Film & Television Association Award for Best Ensemble in a Motion Picture or Limited Series, also for “Escape at Dannemora”.

Love life and wife

Eric prefers not to speak about his love life in public but it’s widely known that he’s been married to American film producer and sales rep employee Lisa Sabatino for nearly 10 years now.

The two haven’t spoken about how and when they met, but it’s known that they exchanged vows in a small and private ceremony on 9 November 2013, attended by their closest friends and family members; they have two children together, son Olivier James Lange and daughter Maisie Lange, but they’re keeping them away from media as they want them to lead normal lives.

There are no other women whom Eric’s maybe been with, that we know about; he’s married to Lisa Sabatino as of October 2023 and they have two children together.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Eric seems to be enjoying the attention which he’s receiving on his Instagram account; he’s today followed by over 100,000 people and has posted nearly 600 pictures and videos, while most of his content features him shooting for his movies and TV series, spending time with his family and joining the SAG AFTRA strike.

He’s a huge fan of famous American actor Jack Nicholson, and some of Eric’s favorite films are “The Bucket List”, “Mars Attacks!” and “About Schmidt”.

Eric and his wife are philanthropists and have donated money for a number of causes, while they’re mostly into helping underprivileged children.

Eric’s passionate about music and can play the guitar; he was in a band while attending Fairfield High School.

Eric loves animals and has featured his and his wife’s pet dog in some of his Instagram pictures.

Height, age and net worth

Eric’s age is 50. He has brown eyes and hair, weighs around 170lbs (78kgs) and is 5ft 11ins (1.8m) tall.

Eric’s net worth’s been estimated at over $3 million, as of October 2023.

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