Seth Gabel

Seth Gabel

Highest Rated: 50% Good Dick (2008)

Lowest Rated: 12% Jonah Hex (2010)

Birthday: Oct 3, 1981

Birthplace: Not Available

Born October 3, 1981, in Florida, Seth Gabel started making regular one-off television appearances in 2002, with guest-starring roles on episodes of Sex and the City, The Lyon's Den, The Closer, and CSI. He earned a recurring role in 2004 on the popular cable series Nip/Tuck as Adrian Moore. In 2006, he became Opie's son-in-law when he married Bryce Dallas Howard. His new father-in-law, Ron Howard, cast Gabel in The Da Vinci Code, giving him the widest exposure he had received up to that time. In the fall of the next year, he began a regular role on the soapy family drama Dirty Sexy Money as Jeremy, the youngest son in the enormously wealthy Darling clan, who, along with his twin sister, Juliet (Samaire Armstrong), was taking "spoiled rich" to a whole new level. Though the series was cancelled after just two seasons, he responded with parts in Jonah Hex and the comedy Take Me Home Tonight.

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Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Forever Luke 2015
No Score Yet The Lion's Mouth Opens Actor 2014
29% Allegiance Danny Sefton 2012
27% Take Me Home Tonight Brent $7M 2011
12% Jonah Hex Advisor $10.6M 2010
50% Good Dick Kissing Man 2008
25% The Da Vinci Code Michael $217.6M 2006

TV

Credit
70% Genius
2017-2019
Michele Besso 2018
2017
82% Salem
2014-2017
Cotton Mather 2017
2016
2015
2014
85% Arrow
2012
The Count 2013
90% Fringe
2008-2013
Commander Lincoln Lee Michael 2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
No Score Yet American Horror Story: Hotel
2015
Jeffrey Dahmer 2011
85% United States of Tara
2009-2011
2010
No Score Yet CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
2000-2015
Gavin Layne Larry Colton 2010
2004
68% Dirty Sexy Money
2007-2009
Jeremy Darling 2009
2008
2007
No Score Yet Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
1999
Garrett Perle 2005
75% Nip/Tuck
2003-2009
Guest Adrian Moore 2004
2003
71% Sex and the City
1998-2004
Sweet young sailor 2002

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