9/17/1965 (55 years old) Buffalo, New York, United States
With an athletic frame and soulful eyes, Chandler has spent most of his career playing manly but sensitive TV hunks. Raised on a farm in a small Georgia town, he made his first big impression as an aspiring baseball player on the '40s-era drama Homefront. He enjoyed steady employment on his next series, Early Edition, as a stockbroker who received tomorrow's newspaper in advance. Although he popped up in small film roles over the years, notably as a pompous actor in the 2005 remake of King Kong, Chandler fared best on the small screen, making an explosive impression with his Emmy-nominated guest stint on Grey's Anatomy as a sexy bomb-squad member and following it up with a plum role as a high-school football coach on the drama Friday Night Lights. When he's not acting, he enjoys cooking and riding his motorcycle.