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Steven Culp

Birth Date: December 3, 1955 / Age: 62
Birth Place: La Jolla, California, USA

Biography: Steven Culp (born December 3, 1955 in La Jolla, California) is an American actor. He is best know for his recurring roles as CIA agent Clayton Webb on JAG (19972004) and Major Hayes on Star Trek: Enterprise (20032004). He had the unusual misfortune to have both of those characters killed off in the same week, in the shows' season finales. During the year 2004, Steven became the first actor to appear as a recurring character in 4 television series simultaneously: The West Wing, Enterprise, JAG and ER.

Culp played Robert F. Kennedy in the film Thirteen Days (2000). He had played Kennedy before, in the TV movie Norma Jean & Marilyn (1996).

He also played Commander Martin Madden in Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), a character written to replace William Riker as Enterprise first officer. However due to the film running too long, Culp's scenes (along with other scenes) were cut from the final film, so Madden can now only be seen in the Nemesis DVD deleted scenes.

Other memorable performances include his role as Peter Drummond in the campy made for TV movie "How to Make a Monster" in which nerdy computer game programmers accidentally give life to a deadly AI. Members of the software company take turns attempting to beat the game in order save their own lives.

He played Rex Van De Kamp, husband of perfectionist Bree Van De Kamp, played by Marcia Cross, on the TV show Desperate Housewives for one season as well as Jeff Haffley on the TV show The West Wing.

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Starring/Leading Roles

Desperate Housewives (2004) ... Rex Van De Camp (2004-2005)
JAG (1995) ... Special Agent Clayton Webb (41 episodes)

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