Mark Pellegrino Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Movies, TV Shows, Supernatural, Lucifer

Mark Pellegrino Biography

Mark Pellegrino born Mark Ross Pellegrino is an American actor of film and television well known for his work as Lucifer in Supernatural, Jacob in Lost, Paul Bennett in Dexter and as Bishop in Being Human. Pellegrino also recurred in the role of Clayton Haas in the ABC thriller Quantico.

Mark Pellegrino Age

Mark Ross Pellegrino was born on April 9, 1965 in Los Angeles, California, U.S. He is 53 years old as of 2018.

Mark Pellegrino Height

He stands at a height of 1.85 m.

Mark Pellegrino Wife

Pellegrino is married to Tracy Aziz since 2008 and is the stepfather of her daughter Tess and son Misha.

Mark Pellegrino Career

In November 1999, Pellegrino appeared in season 7, episode 3 of The X-Files. In 2001, he played an incompetent hitman in David Lynch’s critically acclaimed Mulholland Drive. Pellegrino starred as Rita’s abusive ex-con former husband Paul on Showtime’s Dexter; and later as Lucifer on Supernatural and as the mysterious near-immortal Jacob on ABC’s Lost. Pellegrino has appeared on the television series Northern Exposure, ER, NYPD Blue, Without a Trace, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Knight Rider.
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Pellegrino played the “Blond Thug” who stuffs The Dude’s head down the toilet and drops his bowling ball, breaking the floor tile, in the cult film The Big Lebowski. He was featured as the background FBI agent known as Agent Johnson in National Treasure. Pellegrino appeared in the 2005 Academy Award winning film Capote, playing murderer Dick Hickock. Among his numerous cable and network television show roles, Pellegrino portrayed terrorist bomber Bobby James on The Beast.

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He was cast in March 2009, on the ABC series Lost for an appearance in the final episode of Season 5, to play the role of the mysterious Jacob. Although the press release for the episode refers to his character simply as “Man No. 1”, the episode revealed that Pellegrino played Jacob, a mysterious character pivotal to the show’s plot.

Mark Pellegrino Supernatural | Lucifer

It was also announced on June 26, 2009, that Pellegrino was cast in a recurring role as Lucifer in the fifth season of the CW series Supernatural until he was returned to his prison, returning in the seventh season as a hallucination of protagonist Sam Winchester due to his mental damage after he spent a year in the Cage, until Sam was cured of his insanity. Pellegrino reprised his role as Lucifer in season 11’s O Brother Where Art Thou?, The Devil in the Details and Hell’s Angel.
Pellegrino portrayed the vampire “Bishop” in the SyFy horror series Being Human in the first season and also reprises the role in season 2 and 3 as both flashbacks and hallucinations. He joined the ABC thriller series Quantico in 2015, playing the recurring role of FBI Deputy Director Clayton Haas.

Mark Pellegrino Movies, TV Shows

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1987

Fatal Beauty

Frankenstein

1987

Death Wish 4: The Crackdown

Punk

1989

No Holds Barred

Randy

1989

Doogie Howser, M.D.

Dude

TV series

1990

Prayer of the Rollerboys

Bango

1990

Tales from the Crypt

Punk

TV series Season 2 Episode 02

1991

Blood and Concrete

Bart

1992

Northern Exposure

Rolf Hauser

TV series

1992

Lethal Weapon 3

Billy Phelps

1994

Viper

Yuri

TV movie pilot

1994

Knight Rider 2010

Robert Lee

TV movie

1996

ER

Nathan Conley

TV series

1996

The Sentinel

Ray

TV series

1996

Nash Bridges

Ferguson

TV series Season 1 Episode 1

1997

The Lost World: Jurassic Park

Tourist #6

1997

NYPD Blue

Fran Watkins

TV series

1998

The Big Lebowski

Blond Treehorn Thug

1998

A Murder of Crows

Prof. Arthur Corvus

1998

NYPD Blue

Stanley Streul

TV series Season 6 Episode 04

1999

Word of Mouth

Darrow

1999

The X-Files

Derwood Spinks

TV series Episode: “Hungry”

2000

Drowning Mona

Murph Calzone

2001

Say It Isn’t So

Jimmy Mitchelson

2001

Mulholland Drive

Joe Messing

2001

The Beast

Bobby James/Robert Tibideau

TV series

2002

NYPD Blue

Steve Dansick

TV series

2002

Mother Ghost

Waiter

2002

Crossing Jordan

Keith Walk

Season 1 Episode 16 “Lost and Found”

2003

The Hunted

Dale Hewitt

2003

Moving Alan

Alan Kennard

2003

CSI: Miami

Jed Gold

TV series

2003

The Practice

Herrick Smoltz

Season 7 Episode 13 “Character Evidence”

2004

Spartan

Convict

2004

Twisted

Jimmy Schmidt

2004

National Treasure

Agent Johnson

2005

Capote

Dick Hickock

2005

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Elliot Perolta

2006

Caffeine

Tom

2006

The Unit

Gary Soto

TV series Season 1 Episode 11

2006

Dexter

Paul Bennett

TV series

2007

The Number 23

Kyle Flinch

2007

Without a Trace

Sadik Marku

TV series

2007

Grey’s Anatomy

Chris

Season 4 Episode 1 “A Change Is Goen Come”

2007

Burn Notice

Quentin King

TV series

2008

Knight Rider

Walt Cooperton

TV series

2008

Chuck

Alexander Winterborne/Edgar

Season 2 Episode 7 “Chuck Versus the Fat Lady”
Season 5 Episode 13 “Chuck Versus the Goodbye”

2008

Numb3rs

Tim Hamer

TV series

2008

Prison Break

Patrick Vikan

Season 4 Episode 13 “Deal or No Deal”
Season 4 Episode 14 “Just Business”

2008

Criminal Minds

Lt. Evans

Season 4 Episode 10 “Brothers in Arms”

2009

An American Affair

Graham Caswell

2009

Disappearing In America

Bodyguard

2009

Two:Thirteen

John Tyler

2009–present

Supernatural

Nick/Lucifer

Recurring role (seasons 5, 7, 11); main role (seasons 12-14)

2009

Ghost Whisperer

Ben Tillman

TV series

2009

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Bruno Curtis

TV series

2009

The Mentalist

Vaughn McBride

TV series

2009–2010

Lost

Jacob

Recurring role; 8 episodes

2010

CSI: Miami

Greg Calomar

TV series

2011

Bad Meat

Doug Kendrew

Film

2011

Being Human

Bishop

TV series; Season 1 main cast

2011

The Closer

Gavin Q. Baker III

TV series; 7th season

2011

Breakout Kings

Virgil Downing

TV series

2011

Locke & Key

Rendell Locke

Unaired pilot

2012

Chuck

Fulcrum Agent

Season 5 Episode 13 “Chuck Versus the Goodbye”

2012

Hemingway & Gellhorn

Max Eastman

TV movie

2012

Castle

Tom Dempsey

Season 4 Episode 14 “The Blue Butterfly”

2012

Being Human

Bishop

TV series; season 2 recurring cast

2012

Grimm

Jarold Kampfer

Season 2 Episode 3 “Bad Moon Rising”

2012

Revolution

Jeremy Baker

4 Episodes; recurring role

2012

Person of Interest

Daniel Drake

Season 2 Episode 8 “Til Death”

2013–2014

The Tomorrow People

Jedikiah Price

Main role

2013

The Trials of Cate McCall

Detective Robert Welch

Film

2013

Bad Turn Worse

Giff

2015

Chicago P.D.

Jim Anderoff

Season 2 Episode 12 “Disco Bob”

2015

The Returned

Jack Wiship

Main role

2015–2016

Quantico

FBI Deputy Director Clayton Haas

Recurring role

2017–2018

13 Reasons Why

Sheriff’s Deputy Standall

Recurring role; 4 episodes. Season 2, Recurring role

2018

Beirut

Film

2018

Far Cry 5

Jacob Seed

Video Game Voice and Motion Capture Performance