Clark Gregg is a Actor, Director and Scriptwriter American born on 2 april 1962 at Boston (USA)
Clark Gregg participated to 46 films
(as actor, director or script writer).
Among those, 2
have good markets following the box office.
Here are the best films classified by number of entries :
, 2h10Directed by Robert ZemeckisOrigin USAGenres Thriller
, FantasticThemes Medical-themed films
, Films about sexuality
, Ghost films
, Films about psychiatry
, Films about disabilitiesActors Harrison Ford
, Michelle Pfeiffer
, Diana Scarwid
, Amber Valletta
, Miranda Otto
, James RemarRating
65% Claire Spencer (Michelle Pfeiffer) is living in Vermont with her husband, renowned scientist Dr. Norman Spencer (Harrison Ford). One year previously, Claire had been involved in a serious car accident that leaves gaps in her memory. Combined with her daughter Caitlin's (Katharine Towne) departure for college, this leaves Claire profoundly affected.
, 1h27Directed by Simon WestOrigin USAGenres Thriller
, SlasherThemes Serial killer filmsActors Camilla Belle
, Brian Geraghty
, Derek de Lint
, Katie Cassidy
, Clark Gregg
, Tessa ThompsonRoles
51% On one side of town, a babysitter and the kids she is babysitting are brutally murdered. The police find that the murderer used his bare hands to tear them to shreds. The shot then changes to teenager Jill Johnson (Camilla Belle) who is going through a teenage crisis, having her boyfriend, Bobby (Brian Geraghty), cheat on her with her best friend Tiffany (Katie Cassidy), and going over 800 minutes on her cell phone, for which her dad, Ben (Clark Gregg), has her babysit for a wealthy family to pay the debt. The unfortunate timing causes Jill to miss out on a school bonfire which her other best friend, Scarlett (Tessa Thompson), is attending. Jill arrives at the elaborate Mandrakis House, which has a greenhouse built in the center. The parents (Derek de Lint and Kate Jennings Grant) show her around and tell her about their live in housemaid Rosa (Rosine Ace Hatem). Mrs Mandrakis then gives Jill their numbers, stating that they won't be back until midnight. As the kids (Arthur Young and Madeline Carroll) are seen to be upstairs asleep, Jill soon begins to receive anonymous phone calls.