Mark Valley stars as the mysterious security freelancer Christopher Chance who becomes a human target to protect his clients.
Born in Ogdensburg New York, Valley graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1987 and went on to serve in the Gulf War. While stationed in Germany Valley was discovered by a talent agent who persuaded him to pursue acting. While studying at the Etage School of Arts in Berlin Valley appeared in small rolls on German TV. After returning home to the states the real life hero appeared on screen as a Gulf War vet in "Boston Legal." Reality and fiction crossed again for Valley when he married his Fringe costar Anna Torv in 2008. Valley's Birthday is December 24, 1964.
Jackie Earle Haley
Jackie Earle Haley stars as Guerrero, the bad guy turned good guy partner of Christopher Chance in Fox's new show Human Target.
Born and raised in California Haley got into acting at the young age of 11 playing the voice of Jamie Boyle on the ground breaking cartoon "Wait Till Your Father Gets Home." He is probably best known for his work in "Bad News Bears" as Kelly Leak. Throughout the 70s and 80s Haley made appearances in, "Planet of the Apes," "MacGyver", "The Love Boat", "Renegade", and "Get a Life". More recently Haley stared as Rorschach, the flawed super hero in "Watchmen" the film adaptation of the Alan Moore graphic novel.
Currently starring in the new Fox drama "Human Target", it was also announced that Haley will play the role of Freddy Krueger in the upcoming "A Nightmare on Elm Street" Reboot. Haley's birthday is July 14, 1961.
Born Kenneth McBride he took on the name "Chi" (pronounced "shy") from his hometown of Chicago, Illinois.
Flowering his dreams of becoming a singer McBride moved to Atlanta and had several hit songs that landed him rolls on "In Living Color" and "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." In 1998 his career took off when he co-stared with Bruce Willis in the blockbuster "Mercury Rising" since then he has been seen in such shows as "Boston Public" and "Pushing Daisies"
McBride has once again returned to his desk job with his roll as Winston in "Human Target". His character in "Target" seems to follow along with the clean cut, by the books personality he has portrayed before, but with perhaps a few surprises. McBride was born September 23, 1961.