Seth Gabel Bio, Age, Wife, Movies, Genius, Fringe And American Horror Story


Seth Gabel Biography

Seth Gabel is an American actor. He was born on October 3rd, 1981 in Hollywood, Florida to a Jewish family.

He attended the University School of Nova Southeastern University located in Davie, Florida and graduated in 1999. He also attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Seth Gabel Age

He was born on October 3rd, 1981 in Hollywood, Florida to a Jewish family. He is 37 years old as of 2018.

Seth Gabel Wife

He has been married to Bryce Dallas Howard since June 17th, 2006 and they have two children together; Theodore Norman Howard-Gabel (born February 16, 2007), and Beatrice Jean Howard-Gabel (born January 19, 2012).

Seth Gabel
Seth Gabel

Seth Gabel Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $ 2 million.

Seth Gabel Jewish

He is Jewish because he was born in a Jewish family.

Seth Gabel Career

Gabel featured in the Universal Pictures transitioning show, Take Me Home Tonight, and showed up in the 2006 movie variant of Dan Brown’s epic, The Da Vinci Code, coordinated by his dad-in-law, Ron Howard.

TV credits incorporate repeating and visitor featuring jobs on the United States of Tara, The Closer, Law, and Order: Special Victims Unit, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Sex, and the City and 100 Center Street, coordinated by Sidney Lumet.

He featured in Dirty Sexy Money as Jeremy Darling, the beguiling, insubordinate, and exceedingly particular child of the advantaged and amazing Darling family, and the intimate twin of socialite Juliet Darling, played by Samaire Armstrong.

Gabel won a commendation for his depiction of Adrian Moore, the explicitly confounded embraced child of Ava Moore (depicted by Famke Janssen) on the FX arrangement Nip/Tuck. The story circular segment delineating their perverted and genuinely harsh relationship collected much consideration.

Gabel first showed up on the FOX arrangement Fringe during the 2010–11 TV season. He was elevated to the fundamental cast for the fourth season. The character was discounted toward the part of the arrangement before returning quickly for the arrangement finale.

On January 30, 2013, Gabel was thrown in the scene “Vertigo” of the arrangement Arrow as a character dependent on Count Vertigo, known as the Count. He played Cotton Mather in Salem. In 2015, Gabel was given a role as Jeffrey Dahmer in American Horror Story: Hotel. In 2019 he showed up in a scene of Showtime’s Billions inverse Damian Lewis.

Seth Gabel Movies And TV Shows

Movies

  • Tadpole
  • The Da Vinci Code
  • Good Dick
  • Jerry
  • Jonah Hex
  • Take Me Home Tonight
  • Allegiance

TV Shows

  • 100 Centre Street
  • Sex and the City
  • The Lyon’s Den
  • The Division
  • Nip/Tuck
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  • The Closer
  • Beyond
  • Dirty Sexy Money
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
  • United States of Tara
  • Fringe
  • Arrow
  • Gothica
  • Salem
  • Celebrity Name Game
  • American Horror Story: Hotel
  • Genius: Einstein
  • Genius: Picasso
  • Billions (TV series)

Seth Gabel Fringe

He played Lincoln Lee for 29 episodes of this TV show. FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham is assigned to the bureau’s Fringe Division, in which she investigates unusual crimes and occurrences. Assisting Olivia in her investigations are once-institutionalized scientist Dr. Walter Bishop, his jack-of-all-trades son, Peter, and FBI Junior Agent Astrid Farnsworth.

As the team investigates cases of science gone awry, they discover connections to their own past and to a parallel universe. As the team explores the life and solves cases in these interconnected worlds, new discoveries and complications continue to arise.

Theme song: Fringe Theme Song
Network: Fox Broadcasting Company
No. of episodes: 100 (list of episodes)
Directors: P. J. Pesce, Alex Graves

Seth Gabel American Horror Story

He portrayed Jeffrey Dahmer for 2 episodes. “American Horror Story” was created by the co-creators of “Glee,” but the shows have little in common besides that. The show revolves around the Harmons, a family of three, who move from Boston to Los Angeles in order to reconcile past anguish.

What the Harmons don’t know is that the house they’ve moved into is haunted. But it’s not haunted by Casperesque friendly ghosts — it’s haunted by demonic creatures. The creatures have a history of not only spooking the house’s residents but also devouring them. After living in this house, family patriarch and psychiatrist, Ben, may need a shrink of his own.

Theme song: American Horror Story Theme Song
Network: FX
No. of episodes: 94 (list of episodes)

Seth Gabel Arrow

He played the character role of Count Vertigo for 2 episodes. When presumed-dead billionaire playboy Oliver Queen returns home to Starling City after five years stranded on a remote island in the Pacific, he hides the changes the experience had on him, while secretly seeking reconciliation with his ex, Laurel.

By day he picks up where he left off, playing the carefree philanderer he used to be, but at night he dons the alter ego of Arrow and works to right the wrongs of his family and restore the city to its former glory. Complicating his mission is Laurel’s father, Detective Quentin Lance, who is determined to put the vigilante behind bars.

First episode date: 10 October 2012
Production location: Vancouver
No. of episodes: 154 (list of episodes)
Network: The CW

Seth Gabel Nip/Tuck

He was Adrian Moore in this TV show. This often campy series centers on the office of Dr. Sean McNamara and Dr. Christian Troy, longtime friends who practice surgery (and live life) in two entirely different ways. Christian is the stereotypical self-destructive playboy.

Sean is the family man facing a moral crossroads, as well as a failed marriage to Julia. Sounds grim, but a healthy dose of dark humor keeps things humming and contributes to the show’s appeal with both viewers and critics. But be warned — the depictions of surgery on this series are a tad graphic.

First episode date: 22 July 2003
Theme song: A Perfect Lie
Network: FX

Seth Gabel da Vinci Code

He portrayed Michael in this movie. A murder in Paris’ Louvre Museum and cryptic clues in some of Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous paintings lead to the discovery of a religious mystery. For 2,000 years a secret society closely guards information that — should it come to light — could rock the very foundations of Christianity.

Initial release: 18 May 2006 (Russia)
Director: Ron Howard
Film series: Robert Langdon
Box office: 758.2 million USD
Story by: Dan Brown

Seth Gabel Genius

In Genius, he portrays Michele Besso. Season 2 of the Emmy-nominated series “Genius” tells the story behind Pablo Picasso, one of the 20th century’s most influential, controversial, and celebrated artists. Also explored are the muses who inspired him.

Starring Antonio Banderas in the titular role, hourlong episodes explore how the Spanish-born Picasso’s passion and creativity were inseparably linked to his personal life, which included tumultuous marriages, numerous affairs and constantly shifting political and personal alliances.

First episode date: 25 April 2017
Network: National Geographic

Seth Gabel The Closer

He was Nikolai Koslov in this TV show. Brenda Johnson, an Atlanta police detective, moves to Los Angeles and heads up a squad that handles sensitive, high-profile homicides. Although she clashes with some colleagues, her skills as a CIA-trained interrogator prove invaluable in obtaining confessions.

Network: TNT
No. of episodes: 109 (list of episodes)
Spin-off: Major Crimes

Seth Gabel United States of Tara

He played  Zach for 4 episodes. Suburban housewife and mom Tara Gregson sometimes just doesn’t seem like herself, and with good reason: She’s living with dissociative identity disorder, a condition that causes her to shift between multiple identities without warning.

Her loving husband, Max, copes with the situation as best he can, but neither he nor their teenage kids, Kate and Marshall, can be sure who will greet them when they come home: Tara herself, or “T,” a flirty teenager; Buck, a beer-swilling Vietnam vet with a violent streak; Alice, a perfect TV mom right out of the 1950s; or other alter egos in this dark comedy created and written by Academy Award winner Diablo Cody (“Juno”).

Network: Showtime
Theme songs: Straight Lines, You’ll Be Fine

Seth Gabel Salem

As the wife of an ailing but very wealthy town selectman, Mary Sibley holds the distinction of being the most powerful sorceress in Salem, Mass. Ruthless yet vulnerable and with many secrets to hide, Mary leans on her ageless accomplice, Tituba, to help advance her agenda.

When Mary’s long-ago love interest — Salem native John Alden — returns from war duty to find the town paralyzed by fear of a witch hunt, her plans take an unexpected turn. Against a backdrop of townspeople pledging to rid Salem of evil by any means necessary, Mary and John are thrust into a world where horror, hysteria, and the supernatural reign.

Mary must fend off adversaries, old and new, who are vying for her throne. What really fueled the infamous witch trials in 17th-century Massachusetts? “Salem” — WGN America’s first original drama — dares to uncover the dark, unearthly truth.

Theme song: Cupid Carries a Gun
No. of episodes: 36 (list of episodes)
Production location: Shreveport
Network: WGN America

Seth Gabel Billions

Wealth, influence, and corruption collide in this drama set in New York. Shrewd U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades is embroiled in a high-stakes game of predator vs. prey with Bobby Axelrod, an ambitious hedge-fund king.

To date, Rhoades has never lost an insider trading case — he’s 81-0 — but when criminal evidence turns up against Axelrod, he proceeds cautiously in building the case against Axelrod, who employs Rhoades’ wife, psychiatrist Wendy, as a performance coach for his company.

Wendy, who has been in her position longer than Chuck has been in his, refuses to give up her career for her husband’s legal crusade against Axelrod.

Both men use their intelligence, power, and influence to outmaneuver the other in this battle over billions. The high-profile cast is led by Emmy winners Paul Giamatti (“John Adams”) and Damian Lewis (“Homeland”) as Chuck Rhoades and Bobby Axelrod, respectively.

First episode date: 17 January 2016
No. of episodes: 48 (list of episodes)
Genre: Drama
Networks: Showtime, Sky One


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