Marta Gastini - Stanley Weber - Mark Ryder - Diarmuid Noyes - Art Malik & John Doman

CAST

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Marta Gastini (born 2 October 1989) is an Italian actress, best known for playing Giulia Farnese in the award-winning Borgia, created by Tom Fontana, and for starring in the film The Rite.
After receiving a classical education with honors, she debuted as an actress on Italian television in January 2009 with the television miniseries
Il Bene e il Male ("Good and Evil"), followed by a starring role in the prime-time miniseries L'uomo che cavalcava nel buio ("The Man Who Rode in the Dark").
On 18 December 2009, she made her début in cinema with the film Io e Marilyn (Marilyn and I) directed by Leonardo Pieraccioni, where she played the role of Martina, daughter of Gualtiero Marchesi, who was played by the director.
In 2010, aged 20, Gastini appeared with
Anthony Hopkins and Colin O'Donoghue in the American film The Rite, directed by Mikael Håfström and produced by New Line Cinema in Los Angeles.
In 2011-2014, Gastini starred as lead character
Giulia Farnese in the Canal+, ZDF, and Netflix TV series Borgia.
In 2016, Gastini will star in the American-Icelandic film
Autumn Lights as Marie.
In 2008, Gastini became a spokeswoman for the
Christian Blind Mission.


Filmography
Film
Two Black Coffees (short) (2017) - The Damsel
Alice non lo sa (2017) - Carla
Sadie (2016) - Francesca
Questi giorni (2016) - Caterina
Autumn Lights (2016) - Marie
• In The Half-Light (short) (2016)
• I Gotta Get It
(short) (2017) - Woman
La moglie del sarto (2014) - Sofia
Under The Series (short) (2014) - Eva
Life on Loan, Vita in Prestito (short) (2013) - Anna (including Writer, Producer credits)
Tanith (short) (2012)- Girl
Evil Things (2012) -Ariel
Dracula 3D (2012) - Mina Harker
The Rite (2011) - Rosaria
• Io & Marilyn (2009) - Martina

Television
• Lampudesa (2016) - Guilia (2 episodes)
La Catturandi (2015) - Alina
Borgia (Canal+, ZDF, Netflix, 2011–2014), - Giulia Farnese (36 episodes)
• L'uomo che cavalcava nel buio (Rai 1, 2009) - Serena
• Il bene e il male (Rai 1, 2009) - Sara Cortesi (11 episodes)


Awards
Silver Ribbon (2011) – Best Supporting Actress for The Rite (Nomination)
L'Oréal Paris Cinema Award (2011) – Venice Film Festival (Nomination)
• Young Certainty of the Italian Cinema (2011) – FilmVideo Montecatini (Won)
Gold Gagliaudo (2010) – Civic merit medal awarded to Alessandrian citizens who have distinguished themselves for professional merit.


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Stanley Weber (born 13 July 1986) is a French actor and theatre director. He is best known for his performance as Juan Borgia in the award-winning television series Borgia, and for his roles in the Starz television series Outlander, the films Not Another Happy Ending and Sword of Vengeance, as well as Violette.

Weber was born in
Paris, to actor Jacques Weber and his wife Christine. He has a sister, Kim, and a brother, Tommy.
Weber received his first acting lessons at
Cours Florent and then enrolled acting at the Conservatoire national supérieur d'art dramatique. He also studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.



Filmography
Film
Two Black Coffees (short) (2017) - The Boss
Let Me Go (2017) - Serges
Pilgrimage (2017) - The Cistercian, Brother Gerladus
Paula (2016) - Georges
The Origin of Violence (2016) - Nathan Wagner in 2014
Sword of Vengeance (2015) - Shadow Walker
Quand je ne dors pas (2015) - Jérôme (including Producer credit)
French Women (2014) - James Gordon
La clinique du docteur Blanche (2014) - Emile Blanche
Aurélia (short) (2013)
Violette (2013) - The Young Mason
Le maillot de bain / The Swimming Trunks (short) (2013) - Stéphane
Trap for Cinderella (2013) - Serge
Not Another Happy Ending (2013) - Tom Duvall
Cheba Louisa (2013) - Fred
La banda Picasso (2012) - George Braque
Thérèse Desqueyroux (2012) - Jean Azevedo
Pieds nus sur les limaces (2010)
Qu'est-ce qu'on fait? (short) (2010) - The Man
Louis XV, le soleil noir (2009) - Louis XV
Juste un peu d’@mour (2009) - Marc
La dame de Monsoreau (2008) - Capitaine Delmas
The First Day of the Rest of Your Life (2008) - Éric
Figaro (2008) - Chérubin
Le vrai coupable (2007) - Dimitri Kuchinsky
Tim (short) (2007) - Tim
À l'hôtel elle alla, elle le tu là (short) (2007) - Eponine Momenceau
Mauvaise Prise (2006) - The Man

Television
Britannia (2017) - Lindon (10 episodes)
Outlander (2016) - Le Comte de Saint Germain (6 episodes)
Borgia (2011-2014) - Juan Borgia & Francesco Borgia (14 episodes)
The Hollow Crown (2012) - Duke of Orléans (Episode: “Henry V”)
Any Human Heart (2010) - Swiss Detective (Episode: “#1.2”)
Agatha Christie's Poirot (2010) - Count Andrenyi (Episode: “Murder on the Orient Express”)

Theatre
Anna Christie (2015) - Writer: Eugene O'Neill, Director: Jean-Louis Martinelli
L'Épreuve (2012-2013) - Writer: Pierre de Marivaux, Director: Clément Hervieu-Léger
Macbeth (2010) - Writer: William Shakespeare, Director: John Baxter
Much Ado About Nothing (2010) - Writer: William Shakespeare, Director: Stephen Jameson
César, Fanny, Marius (2009) - Writer: Marcel Pagnol, Director: Francis Huster
Macbeth (2008) - Writer: William Shakespeare, Director: Katharina Stegemann
Scarecrow (2008) - Writer: Garry Michael White, Directors: Pierre Giafferi & Stanley Weber
Le Chevalier de la lune (2008) - Writer: Stanley Weber, Directors: Pierre Giafferi & Stanley Weber
Comment prendre 5 ans en l'espace de 2 h d’avion? (2008) - Written and Directed by: Stanley Weber
La Nuit s'est abattue comme une vache (2007) - Written and Directed by: Léon Masson
Si ce n'est toi (2007) - Written and Directed by: Charles Petit
Richard Ier Cœur de Lion (2006) - Written and Directed by: Vytas Kraujelis
Le Mal à dire (2005) - Written and Directed by: Léon Masson


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Mark Ryder (born 7 December 1989) is an actor from Northern Ireland who was educated at Methodist College Belfast. He is most noted for his lead role as Cesare Borgia in the award-winning Netflix historical drama television series Borgia, created by Tom Fontana. Ryder also starred in the film by Oliver Hirschbeigel, Five Minutes of Heaven, and Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood.



Filmography
Film
Two Black Coffees (short) (2017) - The Hero
• The Terrible Tale of Henrietta Tate (short) (2017) - Mercury Jones
• The Red Villa
(short) (2017) - Mark
• Life on Loan, Vita in Prestito
(short) (2013) - Dr. De Nicola
• Good Vibrations
(2012) - Greg
• Libertatia
(short) (2011) - Gabriel (Credited as Mark David)
Albatross (2011) - Rich
Robin Hood (2010) - Baron Baldwin's Grandson (Credited as Mark David)
Robin Hood (2010) - Baron Baldwin's Grandson (Credited as Mark David)
Five Minutes of Heaven (2009) - Young Alistair Little in 1975 (Credited as Mark Davison)

Television
Motive (2016) - Julian Bishop (Episode: “Foreign Relations”)
Borgia (2011-2014) - Cesare Borgia (38 episodes)
Coming Up (2010) - The Leader (Episode: “Boy”)
Small Island (2009) - Kip (Credited as Mark Davison)


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Diarmuid Noyes (born 14 January 1988) is an Irish theatre, TV, commercial and film actor, known for his role in the Showtime and BBC television drama series The Tudors, and 2011 American science fiction horror telefilm, Roadkill. At fourteen he starred in the 2002 award-winning Irish short film, Broken Things. He plays Alessandro Farnese (the eventual Pope Paul III) in the award-winning Tom Fontana and Netflix produced television series, Borgia.



Filmography
Film
Two Black Coffees (short) (2017) - The Henchman
Chancer (short) (2017) - Ryan
Jack Taylor: Nemesis (2016) - Ronan Meyers
Half Light (short) (2014) - Boyfriend
Good Vibrations (2012) - Brian Young
Honeymoon For One (2011) - Mark
Roadkill (2011) – Chuck
Killing Bono (2011) – Plugger
Downriver (short) (2011) - Eric
Parked (2010) – Cathal's Brother
Five Minutes of Heaven (2009) - Young Andy in 1975
Savage (2009) – Attacker 2
Situations Vacant (2008) – Dave
The Question of God: Sigmund Freud & C.S. Lewis (2004) - Warren Lewis
Broken Things (2002) – Joey

Television
Borgia (2011-2014) - Alessandro Farnese (37 episodes)
Single-Handed (2010) - Ruairi (2 episodes)
Pure Mule: The Last Weekend (2009) – Dean (2 episodes) (IFTA Nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role)
The Tudors (2009) – Charlie Raw (2 episodes)
Prosperity (2007) – Dean (2 episodes)

Theatre
The Pillowman (2017, Dublin) - Katurian (Written by Martin McDonagh, Directed by Andrew Flynn)
Borstal Boy (2014, Dublin) - Charlie (Written by Brendan Behan, Directed by Frank McMahon)
The Shawshank Redemption (2009-2010, Dublin, London) - Tommy (Written by Owen O’Neill and Dave Johns, Adapted from Stephen King, Directed by Peter Sheridan)
Solemn Mass for a Full Moon in Summer (2009, Dublin) - Yannick (Written by Bryan Delaney, Adapted from Michel Tremblay, Directed by Tom Creed)
Juno and the Paycock (2008, Dublin) - Johnny (Written by Sean O’Casey, Directed by Andrew Flynn)
Macbeth (2008, Dublin) - Writer: William Shakespeare,Directed by Alan Stanford)
A Christmas Carol (2005, Dublin) - Young Scrooge / Peter Cratchit (Written by Charles Dickens, Directed by Alan Stanford)
Jane Eyre (2003, Dublin) - John Reed (Written by Charlotte Bronte, Directed by Alan Stanford)


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Art Malik (born Athar ul-Haque Malik; 13 November 1952) is a Pakistani-born British actor who achieved international fame in the 1980s through his starring and subsidiary roles in assorted British and Merchant Ivory television serials and films. He is especially remembered as the doomed Hari Kumar in The Jewel in the Crown, for which he received a Best Actor BAFTA nomination, at the outset of his career. He also portrayed Islamic extremist Salim Abu Aziz in True Lies.

Malik was born Athar ul-Haque Malik in Bahawalpur, Pakistan, the son of Zaibunisa and Mazhar ul-Haque Malik, a physician who would soon qualify as an ophthalmic surgeon in Britain. When his father secured a job as a surgeon in
Moorfields Eye Hospital, Malik was brought to London in 1956, aged three, with his four older brothers. At age 10 he was sent to school in Quetta, Baluchistan for one year, and then Bec Grammar School, a selective state school in Upper Tooting,, London.

Malik is mildly dyslexic and found academic studies trying; after an unsatisfactory stint of business studies and a term studying acting at the
Questors Theatre, he won a scholarship to Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Before long, he was working with the Old Vic and Royal Shakespeare companies, where he played the title role in the Shakespeare play Othello.

In 1982, five years after leaving the Guildhall, Malik was cast as the doomed young Indian Hari Kumar in the
Granada Television production of The Jewel in the Crown, based on Paul Scott's Raj Quartet. During filming, David Lean cast him in his film production of A Passage to India; the two high profile and successful productions assuring his professional future. He also appeared in a television serialisation of M.M. Kaye's The Far Pavilions. All three were released in 1984.
In 1985, Malik played Julius Court, in
The Black Tower by PD James (Anglia Television).
In 1986 he played in the TV movie Harem with
Omar Sharif and Nancy Travis.
Malik made a move to American television in 1988 playing Dr. Ved Lahari on the ABC series
Hothouse. He had a major role as an Afghani mujahideen ally of James Bond in the film The Living Daylights (1987).
He played real life murderer
Charles Sobhraj in the 1989 Australian television movie Shadow of the Cobra.
He appeared as Shamy, an Anglo-Indian petty criminal and con-man in "What Makes Shamy Run?", an episode of the British television series
Minder. Additionally, he played Orpheus of the Greek myth Orpheus and Eurydice in an episode of The Storyteller's Greek Myths, directed by Jim Henson and first aired in 1990.
Malik played the role of the son of an Indian mobster in the 1992 film
City of Joy.
In 1993 Malik narrated
Salman Rushdie's Haroun and the Sea of Stories on BBC television's Jackanory.

In 1994 Malik played Salim Abu Aziz, a stereotypical Islamist, opposite
Arnold Schwarzenegger in True Lies (1994). Malik accepted the role, which he described as "a hoot", as he had been 14 months without work and was being pursued by the Inland Revenue for £32,000. He also played an art professor in the 1994 film Uncovered.

Following his appearance in True Lies, Malik was offered several roles in other action movies, but turned them down, later explaining: "I didn't want to do action movies that weren't as good." He instead accepted a role in the British film
Clockwork Mice. Malik also became closely associated with Tom Stoppard's 1995 play Indian Ink, creating the role of Nirad in the work's London premiere, and returning to the role for the 1999 American premiere at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater.
He also played the role of
Ramzi Ahmed Yousef in Path to Paradise, a 1997 made-for-TV film about the 1993 World Trade Centre Bombing.. In 1998, he starred in Catherine Cookson's Colourblind.

In 2000, he appeared in the Mystery Theatre series Second Sight, starring
Clive Owen as a detective who is losing his vision. Malik appears in the "Hide and Seek" episode as Dr. Faiz Ahmed, the accused murderer of his lover, a violinist named Vicky Inghams (Helen Hathorn).

In 2001, he narrated the television documentary Hajj: The Journey of a Lifetime for British Television. He played Mr Zubin Khan in the
BBC hospital drama Holby City from 2003 to 2005. Also in 2005 he starred in a television adaptation of the novel The English Harem as Sam, a West London Muslim who owns a restaurant. Martine McCutcheon plays a young working class girl, Tracy, who—against the wishes of her parents and racist ex-boyfriend—becomes one of his three wives.

Malik had a supporting role in the 2010 film
The Wolfman. He also appeared in the 2010 and 2012 series of Upstairs Downstairs as Mr Amanjit Singh, secretary to Maud, Lady Holland. In 2011-2013, he played the role of Francesc Gacet in the Netflix television series Borgia, directed by Tom Fontana.

He also played Milkha Singh's father in the 2013 Hindi film
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, his first appearance in a film produced in India. He worked in another Bollywood movie Mirzya which is directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra. It is the love story of Mirza Sahibaan, a popular tragic love story of Punjab.

In 2014, he played Bunran "Bunny" Latif, a retired Pakistani general in season 4 of
Homeland. In 2016, he played rich businessman Eddie Zubayr in series 6 of Cold Feet. He also played the Maharajah in the second series of the acclaimed Channel 4 TV series Indian Summers in 2016.

Malik took a major role in fundraising for relief work for victims of the
Gujarat earthquake in 2001, and also appeared on the DEC Pakistan Floods Appeal advertisement in 2010. He lives with his wife Gina Rowe, a fellow student at the Guildhall, and whom he married in 1980. They have two daughters, Jessica and Keira. Although from a Muslim background, and having insisted that his character on Holby City should be a Muslim, Malik describes himself as "not a practising Muslim. I'm probably an apostate, and liable for any right-minded Muslim fundamentalist to put me on a list of people to stamp out."



Filmography
Film
Two Black Coffees (short) (2017) - The Regular
The Escape (2017) - Kellan
Halal Daddy (2017) - Amir Aziz
Mirzya (2016) - Georges
The Infiltrator (2016) - Akbar Bilgrami
Diana (2013) - Samundar
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2012) - Sampuran Singh / Milkha Singh’s Father
John Carter (2012) - Zodangan General
Ghosted (2011) - Ahmed (including Executive Producer credit)
Everywhere and Nowhere (2011) - Uncle Mirza
Sex and the City 2 (2010) - Sheikh Khalid
The Road to Vengeance (short) (2010)
The Wolfman (2010) - Singh
Hotel (2009) - Shahid Mazari
Franklyn (2008) - Tarrant
My Talks With Dean Spanley (2008) - Swami Nala Prash
Nina's Heavenly Delights (2006) - Raj Khanna
Fakers (2004) - Foster Wright
Tempo (2003) - George Maldonado
Out Done (2002) - Inspector Harrison
Tabloid (2001) - Philip Radcliffe
Side Streets (1998) - Bilpin Raj
Booty Call (1997) - Akmed
A Kid in King Arthur’s Court (1995) - Lord Belasco
Clockwork Mice (1995) - Laney
True Lies (1994) - Salim Abu Aziz
Uncovered (1994) - Alvaro
Hostage (1992) - Khalim
Year of the Comet (1992) - Nico
City of Joy (1992) - Ashok Ghatak
Turtle Beach (1992) - Kanan
The Living Daylights (1987) - Kamran Shah
Telephone Behaviour: The Power and the Perils (1986)
Underworld (1985) - Fluke
A Passage to India (1984) - Mahmoud Ali
Richard’s Things (1980) - Dr. Mustag (as Athar Malik)
Arabian Adventure (1979) - Mamhoud (as Athar Malik)

Television
Bancroft (2018) - TBC (4 episodes)
The Woman in White (2017) - Erasmus Nash
Sherlock (2017) - Prison Governor (Episode: “The Final Problem”)
Cold Feet (2016) - Eddie Zubayr (7 episodes)
Indian Summers (2016) - Maharajah (2 episodes)
Undercover (2015) - Raffi (Episode: “#1.6”)
Arthur & George (2015) - Rev Shapurji Edalji (3 episodes)
Homeland (2014) - Bunny Latif (4 episodes)
Borgia (2011-2014) - Francesc Gacet / Gacet (32 episodes)
New Tricks (2013) - Jonathan Epstein (Episode: “The Little Brother”)
Upstairs Downstairs (2010-2012) - Mr. Amanjit Singh / Mr. Amanjit (9 episodes)
The Nativity (2010) - Nicolaus (4 episodes)
Ben Hur (2010) - Ilderim / Sheikh Ilderim (2 episodes)
Agatha Christie’s Poirot (2010) - Sir Bartholomew Strange (Episode: “Three Act Tragedy”)
Inspector Lewis (2009) - Professor Hamid Jassim (Episode: “Allegory of Love”)
10 Days to War (2008) - Abdul Aziz Al-Hakim (Episode: “$100 Coffee”)
The Path to 9/11 (2006) - Colonel Raymond Malik (2 episodes)
Dalziel and Pascoe (2006) - Aahil Khan (2 episodes)
The Gil Mayo Mysteries (2006) - Marcus Illingworth (Episode: “#1.4”)
The English Harem (2005) - Saaman “Sam” Sahar
Holby City (2003-2005) - Zubin Khan / Prof. Zubin Khan (94 episodes)
Roger Roger (2003) (Episode: “Thank God it Wasn't Boat Race Day”)
Messiah 2: Vengeance is Mine (2003) - DCS Emerson (2 episodes)
Murder in Mind (2002) - Paul Asher (Episode: “Flashback”)
Fun at the Funeral Parlour (2002) - Duke of Hypnotism (Episode: “A Pocket Full of Gravel”)
The Real Shirley Bassey (2001) - Narrator
Messiah (2001) - DCS Emerson (2 episodes)
Hotel! (2001) - Radochek Zeigler
Second Sight: Hide and Seek (2000) - Faiz Ahmed
In the Beginning (2000) - Rameses II (2 episodes)
Vicious Circle (1999) - Harrison
Life Support (1999) - Dr. Kamran Blake (6 episodes)
The Seventh Scroll (1999) - Taita (2 episodes)
Unfinished Business (1998-1999) - Tam (7 episodes)
Cleopatra (1999) - Olympos (2 episodes)
Colour Blind (1998) - Hassan (2 episodes)
Big Women (1998) - Jemal (Episode: “Well, I’m Sorry”)
Goodness Gracious Me (1998) - Various (Episode: “#1.4”)
Path to Paradise: The Untold Story of the World Trade Center Bombing (1997) - Ramzi Ahmed Yousef
Turning World (1997) - Shams (3 episodes)
Kavanagh QC (1996) - Ashok Prasad QC (Episode: “Job Satisfaction”)
Peak Practice (1996) - Mr. Hussain (Episode: “Heart and Soul”)
The Wimbledon Poisoner (1994) - Karim Jackson (2 episodes)
Age of Treason (1993) - Pertinax
Jackanory (1993) - Reader (Episode: “Haroun and the Sea of Stories”)
Covington Cross (1992) - Salim (Episode: “Revenge”)
The Storyteller: Greek Myths (1991) - Orpheus (Episode: “Orpheus & Eurydice”)
Boon (1990) - Alex Cavendish (Episode: “The Tender Trap”)
Cluedo (1990) - Bernard Kirkbride (Episode: “A Fête Worse Than Death”)
Stolen (1990) - Salim (6 episodes)
After the War (1989) - Jerome LeBlanc (2 episodes)
Shadow of the Cobra (1989) - Charles Sobhraj
Hothouse (1988) - Dr. Ved Lahari (7 episodes)
West of Paradise (1986) - Sam McBride
Harem (1986) - Tarik Pasha
Death is Part of the Process (1986) - Indres
The Black Tower (1985) - Julius Court
Minder (1984) - Shamy (Episode: “What Makes Shamy Run?”)
The Jewel in the Crown (1984) - Hari Kumar (6 episodes) (BAFTA TV Nomination for Best Actor)
The Far Pavilions (1984) - Zarin (2 episodes)
Chessgame (1983) - Farouk (Episode: “Digging Up the Furniture”)
Bergerac (1983) - Ravi (Episode: “A Miracle Every Week”)
The Gentle Touch (1982) - Turk (Episode: “Be Lucky Uncle”)
Crown Court (1981) - Aziz Ul Haque (Episode: “Freedon to Incite: Part 1”)
ITV Playhouse (1979) - Dave (Episode: “The Reaper”) (as Athar Malik)
The Professionals (1978) - Doctor in Hospital / Doctor (2 episodes) (as Athar Malik)
Mixed Blessings (1978) - Fred (Episode: “The Loneliness of the Long Term Unemployed”) (as Athar Malik)

Theatre
The Seagull (2008, NYC) - Yevgeny Sergeyevich Dorn (Written by Anton Chekov, Adapted by Christopher Hampton, Directed by Ian Rickson)
Art (1999, London) - Serge (written by Yasmina Reza, Directed by Matthew Warchus)
Indian Ink (1995, London) - Nirad Das (Written by Tom Stoppard, Directed by Peter Wood)
Cymbeline (1984) - Iachimo (Written by William Shakespeare, Directed by Braham Murray)
Aliens (1981, London) - Ahmed (Written by Karim Alrawi, Directed by Madhav Sharma)
Othello (1979-1980, London) - Othello (Written by William Shakespeare, Directed by Ronald Eyre)

Radio
Words and Music (2010, 2015, 2016) - Reader (BBC Radio 3)
Midnight’s Children (2003) - Saleem (BBC Radio 4)


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John Doman (born January 9, 1945) is an American actor best known for playing Deputy Police Commissioner/ Major William Rawls on HBO series The Wire from 2002 to 2008, Colonel Edward Galson on Oz in 2001 and Rodrigo Borgia in the award-winning international television series Borgia from 2011 to 2014. John Doman is currently starring as Don Carmine Falcone in Fox's show Gotham (2014–present).

Doman was born in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is an alumnus of Northeast Catholic High School. He is a 1962 graduate of North, an All-Catholic League football player and a member of the school's Hall of Fame. He is a 1966 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where he majored in English Literature and played varsity football.

Prior to embarking on a successful acting career, he spent 20 years in the advertising business. He was an officer in the Marine Corps with service in the Vietnam War.. His interest in acting was sparked when, on his way home from Vietnam in 1969, he saw Dustin Hoffman's performances in "Midnight Cowboy" and "The Graduate" on back-to-back nights.
Doman did not start acting professionally until he was 46 years old. He had cameos in the 1997 film
Cop Land and the 2003 Clint Eastwood film Mystic River. He also had a role on the film The Opponent. Doman also had a small part in the 2010 film Blue Valentine.

On television, Doman has guest-starred in the
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Shakaar". He also portrayed Dr. Carl Deraad on Seasons 5 and 6 of ER, and bad-guy CEO Walter Kendrick on Season 2 of Damages. He provided the voice of Don Morello in the video game Mafia: City of Lost Heaven. Doman also provided the voice of Caesar in the video game Fallout New Vegas. He also played a small role in the action film Die Hard with a Vengeance, as one of the site managers for the construction of a tunnel featured in the film. Doman starred as lead character Rodrigo Borgia in the 2011-2014 historical drama series Borgia by Netflix, the French premium-pay TV Canal+ and the German network ZDF, and starred in director Pieter Gaspersz' After opposite Kathleen Quinlan.

During his career, Doman has portrayed several different characters in numerous episodes of
Law & Order: Bailiff, in "The Blue Wall" (Season 1, Episode 22); Sgt. Frank Gottlieb, in "We Like Mike" (Season 7, Episode 20); Mr. Stephens, in 'True North' (Season 9, Episode 9); Howard Ridgeway in 'Maritime' (Season 13, Episode 18); and Jim Gilles, in "Political Animal" (Season 18, Episode 6). He also appears in several roles in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Dan Latimer, in 'Limitations' (Season 1, Episode 14); Munch's informant, in 'Wrong is Right' (Season 2, Episode 1); Special Agent Rod Franklin, in 'Wrath' (Season 3, Episode 2); Mike Mollinax, in 'Scheherade' (Season 8, Episode 10); William Rand, CEO of Battle Tested in "Official Story" (Season 13, Episode 12). He also guest starred as Tim Grace, in 'Blue Wall' (Season 1, Episode 10), in Law & Order: Trial by Jury; and Roy Markham, in 'The Extra Man' (Season 1, Episode 6), in Law & Order: Criminal Intent. In total, he plays eleven different characters in the Law & Order franchise.
From 2010 to 2011, Doman appeared in three episodes of
Rizzoli & Isles as a mob enforcer, reuniting him with Sasha Alexander. The two had previously appeared in NCIS in the Season 2 episode "Doppelganger", where Doman played Lt. Cheney, the head of a local civilian law enforcement while Alexander played Special Agent Kate Todd.

Doman has also appeared in promotional advertisements for Versus television.
John Doman has been the voice for Michelin Tires and Home Depot and in 2013 began narrating videos for the
Philadelphia Eagles. He currently plays the Mafia Don known as Carmine Falcone in the series Gotham. He also played Senator Ross Garrison in Person of Interest. and Helen’s (Maura Tierney) father Bruce in the Showtime drama The Affair. He most recently appeared in Season 3 of the Netflix show House of Cards as Bishop Charles Eddis.


Filmography
Film
Two Black Coffees (short) (2017) - The Bartender
Hard Powder (2018) - Gip
Iron Terry Malone (2017) - Harry Moffet
You Were Never Really Here (2016) - John McCleary
Ordinary World (2016) - Walt
Without Grace (short) (2016) - Joel Goldstein
After (2014) - Mitch Valentino
Blue Valentine (2010) - Jerry
The Company Men (2010) - Dysert
Sympathetic Details (2008) - Phillips
Gracie (2007) - Coach Colasanti
Lonely Hearts (2006) - Chief MacSwain
Fatwa (2006) - John Davidson
Dawn's Early Light (short) (2005) - Sheriff Clayton
Rock the Paint (2005) - Father Pete
Noel (2004) - Dr. Baron
The Kings of Brooklyn (2004) - Dad
Mystic River (2003) - Driver
City by the Sea (2002) - Henderson
Emmett's Mark (2002) - Capt. Berman
Besotted (2001) - Cap'n Dave
The Opponent (2000) - Fred
Interstate 84 (2000) - Montaldo
Puppet (1999) - Russian Godfather
Wirey Spindell (1999) - Wirey’s father
Loving Jezebel (1999) - Pop Melville
Giving It Up (1999) - Ralph Gigante, Sr.
Claire Dolan (1998) - Cain’s friend
Mercury Rising (1998) - Supervisor Hartley
Fool's Paradise (1997) - U.S. Senator
Cop Land (1997) - Lassaro’s Aide
Little Boy Blue (1997) - Andy Berg
Beavis & Butt-Head Do America (1996) - Airplane Captain, White House Representative (Voice)
The Journey of August King (1995) - Bolton
Stonewall (1995) - Plainclothes Cop
Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995) - Foreman
Ultimate Taboo (1995) - N/A

Television
Berlin Station (2017) (10 episodes)
• Final Vision (2017) - Bernie Segal (Television Movie)
Elementary (2017) - Councilman Slessinger (Episode: “The Ballad of Lady Frances”)
The Affair (2014-2017) - Bruce Butler (10 episodes)
Gotham (2014-2017) - Carmine Falcone (29 episodes)
Feed the Beast (2016) - Aidan Moran (10 episodes)
Madam Secretary (2016) - CIA Director Dennis Ellerman (2 episodes)
House of Cards (2016) - Bishop Charles Eddis (2 episodes)
Unforgettable (2014) - Vincent Quinn (Episode: "Stray Bullet”)
Person of Interest (2014-2015) - Senator Ross Garrison (10 episodes)
NYC 22 (2012) - Detective Collins (Episode: “Playing God”)
A Gifted Man - Coach (Episode: “In Case of Blind Spots”)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - William Rand (Episode:”Official Story”)
The Good Wife (2011) - Oliver Cardiff (Episode: “The Death Zone”)
Borgia (2011-2014) - Rodrigo Borgia (36 episodes)
Burn Notice (2010) - Bill Cowley (2 episodes)
Rizzoli & Isles (2010-2014) - Patrick "Paddy" Doyle (7 episodes)
Damages (2009) - Walter Kendrick (10 episodes)
Law & Order (2008) - Jim Gilles (Episode: "Political Animal”)
Without a Trace (2007) - Hayden Mills (Episode: "Deep Water”)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2007) - Mike Mollinax (Episode: “Scheherazade”)
Close to Home (2006) - Eugene Kale (Episode: “Deacon”)
Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2005) - Tim Grace (Episode: "Blue Wall”)
NCIS (2005) - Lt. Cheney (Episode: “Doppelgänger”)
Hack (2003) - Hanratty (Episode: "Dial 'O' for Murder”)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2003) - Judge Slater (2 episodes)
Queens Supreme (2003) - N/A (Episode: "One Angry Man”)
Law & Order (2003) - Howard Ridgeway (Episode: “Maritime”)
The Wire (2002-2008) - William A. Rawls (60 episodes)
Three Blind Mice (2001) - Stephen Leeds (Television movie)
A Glimpse of Hell (2001) - Admiral Langlett (Television movie)
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001) - Roy Markham (Episode: "The Extra Man”)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2001) - Special Agent Rod Franklin (Episode: “Wrath”)
Judging Amy (2001) - Ralph (Episode: "Hold on Tight”)
The Practice (2001) - Detective (Episode: "What Child Is This?”)
Oz (2001) - Edward Galson (4 episodes)
100 Centre Street (2001) - N/A (Episode: “Hostage”)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2000) - Munch's Informant (Episode: "Wrong Is Right”)
The Practice (2000) - Testifying Detective (Episode: "Mr. Hinks Goes to Town”)
Martial Law (2000) - Governor Marx (Episode: “Heartless”)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2000) - Dan Latimer (Episode: “Limitations”)
The Sopranos (2000) - District Attorney (Episode: "Full Leather Jacket”)
The Practice (2000) - Officer Finlay (Episode: "Life Sentence”)
NYPD Blue (1999) - Frank DiNovi (Episode: "Don't Meth with Me”)
ER (1999-2003) - Dr. Carl Deraad (10 episodes)
Law & Order (1998) - Mr. Stephens (Episode: "True North”)
New York Undercover (1997) - Richard Croates (Episode: "Is It a Crime?”)
Law & Order (1997) - Sgt. Frank Gottlieb (Episode: "We Like Mike”)
Doctor Unknown (1995) - Dr. Bochman (Television movie)
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1995) - Mr. Riggs (Episode: "Hell on Wheels”)
New York News (1995) - N/A (Episode: "Cost of Living”)
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1995) - Lenaris Holem (Episode: “Shakaar”)
Empty Cradle (1993) -Mr. Lee (Television movie)
Law & Order (1991) - Bailiff (Episode: "The Blue Wall”)

Theatre
The Other Thing (2015, NYC) - Carl (Written by Emily Schwend, Directed by Lucie Tiberghien)
The Book of Grace (2010, NYC) - Vet (Written by Suzan-Lori Parks, Directed by James MacDonald)
That Championship Season (2009, Westport CT) - Coach (Written by Jason Miller, Directed by Mark Lamos)
Unconditional (2008, NYC) - Keith (Written by Brett C. Leonard, Directed by Mark Wing-Davey)
Honour (2005, Berkeley, CA) - Gus (Written by Joanna Murray-Smith, Directed by Tony Taccone)

Video Games
Fallout: New Vegas (2010) - Caesar
Need for Speed: Undercover (2008) - FBI #1
Manhunt (2003) - Hoods
Midnight Club II (2003) - Diego
Mafia (2002) - Morello