Clark Gregg

Clark Gregg Net Worth

$10 Million

Clark Gregg's Salary

$75 Thousand Per Episode
Richest CelebritiesActors
Net Worth:
$10 Million
$75 Thousand Per Episode
Date of Birth:
Apr 2, 1962 (61 years old)
Place of Birth:
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Screenwriter, Actor, Voice Actor, Film director
United States of America
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Clark Gregg is an American actor, screenwriter, director, and producer who has a net worth of $10 million. Gregg is best known for starring as Richard Campbell on the CBS sitcom "The New Adventures of Old Christine" (2006–2010) and for playing Agent Phil Coulson in several Marvel Cinematic Universe projects, such as "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." (2013–2020), "Iron Man" (2008), "Thor" (2011), and "The Avengers" (2012).

Clark has more than 80 acting credits to his name, including the films "State and Main" (2000), "Choke" (2008), and "Trust Me" (2013) and the television series "The West Wing" (2001–2004). He wrote and directed "Choke" and "Trust Me," and he wrote the screenplay for "What Lies Beneath."  Gregg also produced "Trust Me" and directed the 2010 short film "A Breakfast Nook" as well as the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." episodes "Fun & Games" (2018) and "Missing Pieces" (2019). Clark voiced Agent Coulson in the animated series "Ultimate Spider-Man" (2012–2017) and "What If…?" (2021) and the video games "Lego Marvel Super Heroes" (2013), "Marvel Heroes" (2013), and "Lego Marvel's Avengers" (2016).

Early Life

Clark Gregg was born Robert Clark Gregg Jr. on April 2, 1962, in Boston, Massachusetts. Clark grew up with mother Mary, father Robert, and three younger siblings. His father was a university professor and an Episcopal priest, and since the family moved frequently, Greg had lived in seven different cities by age 17. Clark attended high school in North Carolina while his father taught at Duke University in Durham. After graduation, Gregg enrolled at Ohio Wesleyan University, but he dropped out after his sophomore year and moved to Manhattan, where he found work as a parking valet, bar back, and Guggenheim Museum security guard. He attended Tisch School of the Arts at New York University to study English and drama, graduating in 1986.


In 1985, Clark became a founding member of Manhattan's Atlantic Theater Company, and he later served as artistic director. He made both his film and television debut in 1988, appearing in the TV movie "Lip Service" and the David Mamet drama "Things Change." He soon appeared in the films "Fat Man and Little Boy" (1989), "Lana in Love" (1992), "Clear and Present Danger" (1994), and "I Love Trouble" (1994) and guest-starred on "Law & Order" (1991), "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" (1993), and "The George Carlin Show" (1994). In 1995, Gregg appeared in "The Usual Suspects," "Above Suspicion," and "Tyson," and he guest-starred on "The Commish" and "Central Park West." He then appeared in 1997's "The Spanish Prisoner," "The Last Time I Committed Suicide," and "Six Ways to Sunday," 1998's "The Adventures of Sebastian Cole," and 1999's "Magnolia." In 2000, Clark guest-starred on "Sports Night," "Sex and the City," and "The Practice" and co-starred with William H. Macy, Sarah Jessica Parker, Alec Baldwin, and Philip Seymour Hoffman in Mamet's "State and Main."

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From 2001 to 2004, Gregg played FBI Special Agent Michael Casper on eight episodes of the NBC series "The West Wing," and around this time, he appeared in the films "A.I. Artificial Intelligence" (2001), "Lovely & Amazing" (2001), "One Hour Photo" (2002), "We Were Soldiers" (2002), "The Human Stain" (2003), "Spartan" (2004), "In Enemy Hands" (2004), and "In Good Company" (2004). From 2006 to 2010, Clark played Richard Campbell on "The New Adventures of Old Christine" alongside Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Hamish Linklater, and Wanda Sykes. The series aired 88 episodes over five seasons, and while starring on the show Gregg also appeared in the films "When a Stranger Calls" (2006), "Bickford Shmeckler's Cool Ideas" (2006), "Hoot" (2006), "In the Land of Women" (2007), "The Air I Breathe" (2007), and "500 Days of Summer" (2009).

In 2008, Clark played Agent Phil Coulson for the first time in the hit film "Iron Man," which grossed $585.8 million at the box office. Clark reprised the role in several more blockbusters, appearing in 2010's "Iron Man 2" ($623.9 million), 2011's "Thor" ($449.3 million), 2012's "The Avengers" ($1.519 billion), and 2019's "Captain Marvel" ($1.128 billion) as well as the ABC series "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," which aired 136 episodes over seven seasons. Gregg has also appeared in the films "Mr. Popper's Penguins" (2011), "Much Ado About Nothing" (2012), "The To Do List" (2013), "Very Good Girls" (2014), "Live by Night" (2016), "Spinning Man" (2018), "Run Sweetheart Run" (2020), and "Moxie" (2021). He competed on "Lip Sync Battle" in 2016, defeating fellow Marvel star Hayley Atwell with his performances of Britney Spears' "Toxic" and Wreckx-N-Effect's "Rump Shaker." In 2021, it was announced that Clark had been cast in the Netflix series "Florida Man" and the Amazon Studios biopic "Being the Ricardos."

Personal Life

Clark married actress Jennifer Grey (best known for "Dirty Dancing" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off) on July 21, 2001. The couple welcomed daughter Stella on December 3, 2001, and Jennifer guest-starred in the "Love Means Never Having to Say You're Crazy" episode of "The New Adventures of Old Christine" in 2009. Gregg and Grey also co-starred in the 2006 Lifetime movie "The Road to Christmas," and they took part in the 2017 Women's March in Washington, D.C. Clark and Jennifer amicably separated in January 2020, and the divorce was finalized in February 2021. Gregg has described himself as a "sober alcoholic," and he is skilled in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, earning a brown belt in 2013 and a black belt in 2015.

Awards and Nominations

In 2006, the Women's Image Network Awards named Gregg Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for "The New Adventures of Old Christine," and in 2013, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films presented him with a Best Supporting Actor Saturn Award for "The Avengers." He also received a Film Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Male for "The Adventures of Sebastian Cole" in 2000. In 2008, "Choke" was nominated for a Variety Piazza Grande Award at the Locarno International Film Festival, and at the Sundance Film Festival, Clark and his co-stars won the Special Jury Prize for Dramatic, Work by an Ensemble Cast, and the film received a nomination for Grand Jury Prize – Dramatic. The "State and Main" cast won a National Board of Review Award for Best Acting by an Ensemble, an Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Ensemble Cast Performance, and a Florida Film Critics Circle Award for Best Ensemble Cast.

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