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Robert Gant


Date of Birth: Saturday, July 13, 1968
AGE: 50
Occupation: Actor

















Biography: An American actor. He is sometimes credited as Robert J. Gant.

Gant was born in Tampa, Florida, of Spanish, Italian, Cuban, Irish, and English descent. He began acting in television commercials and joined the Screen Actors Guild at the age of ten in his home state of Florida. At the age of 11, he performed a soft-shoe routine with Bob Hope as part of Hope?s USO tour.

He majored in English literature at the University of Pennsylvania and then attended law school at Georgetown University. It was his career as a lawyer that brought him to Los Angeles when he accepted a position with the LA office of Chicago-based Baker & McKenzie. The international firm?s Los Angeles office was closed soon after. Rather than continue his career in the law, he decided to focus all of his time on acting.

Gant is involved in a number of philanthropic organizations with a great deal of focus going to the issue of aging in the gay community.

He currently resides in Los Angeles.

Between 2001 and 2005, Gant appeared on television in Showtime?s Queer as Folk as Ben Bruckner, his best-known role to date.

In 2009, Gant appeared in Personal Affairs, a BBC Three-produced drama set in London?s financial sector. Prior to Queer as Folk, he appeared in recurring roles in Popular and Caroline in the City. Other guest appearances on TV programs include Melrose Place, Ellen, Friends, and Nip/Tuck, among others.

He also appeared in the independent films Special Delivery, The Contract, Fits and Starts, and Marie and Bruce.

In 2007, Gant, Chad Allen and Judith Light acted and produced Save Me. The movie about the ex-gay movement was distributed by Mythgarden, the production company formed by Gant, Allen, and Christopher Racster in 2004.

In June 2004, Gant starred in the short film Billy?s Dad is a Fudgepacker, a homage to 1950s educational films




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