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Dan Gauthier Born Daniel Lester Gauthier December 2, 1963 (1963-12-02) (age 47) Prineville, Oregon, U.S. Occupation Actor Spouse Lisa Fuller (1990-present) Daniel Lester "Dan" Gauthier (English pronunciation: /ˈgoʊtieɪ/, born December 2, 1963 in Prineville, Oregon [1]) is an American actor. Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 Daytime television 3 Personal life 4 Filmography 5 Award nominations 6 References 7 External links Early life Gauthier was inspired to act early on by his mother, who was a local theater actress in their Central Oregon home. By the time he turned 18, Gauthier moved to California to attend San Diego State University. There, he became seriously interested in sports, so much so that he joined the school's track team.[2] After college, Gauthier found work by modeling with the Ford and Nina Blanchard modeling agencies. Career In 1987, he landed his first credited television role in 1987 in FOX's Married... with Children. Two years later, he starred in his first feature film, Teen Witch where he played the title character's love interest. That same year he landed his most high-profile primetime role as maverick helicopter pilot, Johnny McKay in CBS's Tour of Duty. Following the end of the series, Gauthier continued to make guest appearances such television shows as Who's the Boss?, Life Goes On and Silk Stalkings. In 1993, he was cast in the comedy film Son in Law. He played Travis, the main character's steady boyfriend who reacts unhappily to her changes from college life. By 1995, he landed a regular role on a series titled Courthouse. The show portrayed the trials and tribulations of court life. After nine episodes, the series was canceled. From 1996 to 1997, Gauthier found recurring roles on both Ellen and Beverly Hills, 90210. In 1998, he was cast in the primetrime drama, Melrose Place. Daytime television In June 2003, Gauthier became the eleventh actor to play former Lieutenant Governor Kevin Lord Riley Buchanan on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live, a role he portrayed until November 16, 2006. The character of Kevin had been a "good guy" for most of Gauthier's run, but in the last year had been written with more of a dark edge. The show chose not to renew Gauthier's contract and the character was written off; Gauthier was subsequently nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for his performance. In August 2007, Gauthier made a brief return to One Life to Live for the series' 9,999th and 10,000th episodes.[3][4] Personal life Gauthier met his wife, Lisa Fuller, while filming Teen Witch (1989). The two have one son. Filmography Film Year Film Role Other notes 1989 Teen Witch Brad Powell 1993 Son in Law Travis 1995 Illegal in Blue Chris Morgan Direct-to-DVD Release Excessive Force II: Force on Force Francis Lydell Direct-to-DVD Release 2000 The Right Hook Dan Short film 2002 Groom Lake Andy Alternative title: The Visitor Written in Blood Mark Pearsall 2006 Undone Dating Games People Play Stan 2009 Forget Me Not Zack Mitchell Television Year Title Role Notes 1987 Married... with Children Kelly's Boyfriend Episode: Poppy's By the Tree (1) Episode: Poppy's By the Tree (2) 21 Jump Street Mike Ogletree Episode: How Much Is That Body in the Window? 1988 Punky Brewster Kevin Dowling Episode: Crushed Meet the Munceys Bruce Muncey TV-Movie 1989–1990 Tour of Duty Lt. John McKay 32 episodes 1991 N.Y.P.D. Mounted Lonnie 'Lucky' Wellington TV-Movie/Unsold TV-Pilot Alternative title: N.Y. Mounted Who's the Boss? Pierce Episode: Selling Sam Short Life Goes On Josh Griffin Episode: Dueling Divas 1992 Silk Stalkings D.J. Martin Episode: Squeeze Play Shame Danny Fiske TV-Movie Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style Brian Hanson TV-Movie 1993 Sisters Kyle Parks 5 episodes 1994 Star Trek: The Next Generation Sam Lavelle Episode: Lower Decks 1995 Buford's Got a Gun Michael TV-Short film Muscle Kent Atkinson 13 episodes Courthouse Jonathan Mitchell 9 episodes 1996 The Cape Episode: In Friends We Trust Sliders George Stellos Episode: The Prince of Slides 1996–1997 Ellen Matt Liston 7 episodes Beverly Hills, 90210 Dick Harrison 7 episodes 1997 Van Helsing Chronicles Christian Van Helsing TV-Movie Friends Chip Episode: The One With the Cat 1998 Melrose Place Jeff Baylor 17 episodes Cupid Tom Caighne Episode: Botched Makeover Martial Law Reed Paxton Episode: Funny Money The Love Boat: The Next Wave Eric Episode: Captains Courageous 1999 Rude Awakening Petey Peterson Episode: The Fix Up 2000 Jesse Dr. Jeff Hanson Episode: Kurt Slips, Niagara Falls Nash Bridges Jared Taylor Episode: El Diablo 2001 Will & Grace Curt Episode: Stakin' Care of Business 2002 Charmed Craig Wilson Episode: A Witch's Tail (1) Still Standing Steve Upton Episode: Still in School 2003–2009 One Life to Live Kevin Buchanan 2004 Oliver Beene Stan Episode: Girl Dad 2004–2005 All My Children Kevin Buchanan 2007 Supernatural David McNamara Episode: Roadkill Army Guy Joe 2008 The New Adventures of Old Christine Brian Episode: Tie Me Up, Don't Tie Me Down 2009 Lost Co-Pilot Episode: Namaste 2010 No Ordinary Family Detective Pierce Episode: No Ordinary Marriage Award nominations Soap Opera Digest Awards (2005) Soap Opera Digest Award Outstanding Male Newcomer for One Life to Live Daytime Emmy Awards (2007) Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actor for One Life to Live References ^ Dan Gauthier Biography - DanGauthier.net ^ http://www.soapoperadigest.com/soapstarstats/dangauthierbio/ ^ One Life to Live recap (8/16/07) - ABC.com ^ One Life to Live recap (8/17/07) - ABC.com External links Daytime Emmy interview - SOAPnet.com Dan Gauthier at the Internet Movie Database Dan Gauthier at Memory Alpha (a Star Trek wiki) Persondata Name Gauthier, Dan Alternative names Short description Date of birth December 2, 1963 Place of birth Prineville, Oregon, U.S. Date of death Place of death