On November 9, 1972, Eric William Dane was born. He is an actor from the USA. He had several television appearances in the 1990s and 2000s, including a recurring part in Charmed as Jason Dean.
Eric William Dane Education
He studied from 1987 to 1990 at Sequoia High School in Redwood City, California, then from 1990 to 1991 at San Mateo High School in San Mateo, California, where he received his diploma. Dane was an athlete in high school, competing on the boys varsity water polo team, but after performing in a school production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons, he decided to pursue a career in acting.
Eric William Dane Career
Dane relocated to Los Angeles in 1993, where he appeared in supporting roles on several TV shows, including Saved by the Bell, The Wonder Years, Roseanne, and Married… with Children. But he was cast in a recurring part in Gideon’s Crossing in 2000, and he then appeared in two seasons of Charmed as Jason Dean. Helter Skelter, in which he played Charles “Tex” Watson, a member of the Manson family, and Serving in Silence, a biopic about Margarethe Cammermeyer’s military service, were among his made-for-television movie credits.
He acted as the brother of a gay man (played by John Stamos) who goes on strike in favor of same-sex marriage in the A&E television movie Wedding Wars, which aired in December 2006. Dane and Patrick Dempsey starred in the 2010 romantic comedy Valentine’s Day, a big-screen endeavor. The film, directed by Garry Marshall, follows five interconnected tales of Los Angelenos looking forward to (or, in some cases, dreading) the holiday. Dane joined the main cast of the Michael Bay-created TNT drama series The Last Ship in October 2012. On the program, he is listed as a producer as well.
Eric William Dane Family:
Wife: Rebecca Gay heart was a former
Father: William Melvin
Mother: Leah (Cohn) Dane
Children: Georgia Dane and Billie Beatrice Dane
Eric William Dane Recognition & Achievements
Eric Dane has garnered several accolades and nominations for his outstanding performances in “Grey’s Anatomy” and other TV shows and movies. He received both the Satellite Award for Best Cast in a Television Series and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series for his work on “Grey’s Anatomy,” for which he was nominated for the award.
Eric William Dane’s Personal Life
In San Francisco, California, on November 9, 1972, Eric T. Melvin was named Eric Dane. His mother was a housewife, and his father worked as an architect and interior designer. When he was seven years old, his father went away. He and his younger brother both grew raised in a Jewish household. He earned his education at Sequoia High School and San Mateo High School. In 2004, Dane and actress Rebecca Gay heart got married. Their second kid, Georgia Geraldine Dane, was born in 2011, and their first child, Billie Beatrice, was born in 2010.