Chance Kelly

Following a stint as a college basketball player, Chance Kelly decided to switch into acting despite a fear of performing in public. After over a decade of small guest roles (usually as policemen or military men) on television and in film, Kelly first gained wide notice in a supporting role on "Generation Kill," a critically-acclaimed 2008 HBO miniseries about the assault on Baghdad that began the Iraq War. Following that success, Kelly appeared on television series ranging from comedian Jon Glaser's surreal "Delocated" in 2010 to the science-fiction cult favorite "Fringe," on which he played FBI agent Mitchell Loeb.