Eric Dane

Eric Dane discovered his passion for acting after starring in his high school play. At 21, he moved to Los Angeles and landed roles in series like Saved by the Bell, The Wonder Years, Married... with Children, and Palm Beach Undercover. His first major medical role came with a recurring stint on Gideon’s Crossing, although the series was short-lived. Dane gained prominence in Charmed (2003), playing Jason Dean, the love interest of Alyssa Milano's character.
In 2006, Dane achieved success with his role as Multiple Man in X-Men: The Last Stand. However, it was his role as Dr. Mark Sloan on Grey’s Anatomy that solidified his fame, earning him the nickname "McSteamy." He became a regular cast member from the show's third season onwards.
Simultaneously, Dane ventured into film, starring in projects such as Open Water 2: Adrift and Marley & Me (2008) alongside Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson. He also appeared in Valentine’s Day (2010) and Burlesque (2010) with Cher and Christina Aguilera. After six years on Grey’s Anatomy, Dane departed the series in 2012.
In 2014, he starred in The Last Ship, playing Tom Chandler, the commander of a ship in a post-apocalyptic world. He also appeared in the Canadian mini-series The Fixer and portrayed Cal Jacobs in Euphoria. Dane continued his presence in both television and film, with roles in American Carnage, Saved by Love, Dangerous Waters, Little Dixie, and as the villain in Bad Boys 4.