Stephen Lang is an American stage actor who was born on July 11, 1952 in New York, to a Jewish father who works in trade and is known for his charitable work, and a catholic mother of Irish decent. Lang began his career as a stage actor in the Broadway play, (The Speed of...Read more Darkness) followed by (Death of a Salesman) and (A Few Good Men). He also participated in Several TV and film productions such as: the TV series (Babe Ruth) in 1991, (Crime Story) in 1986, and (The Fugitive) in 2000. He also took part in movies such as: (Gods and Generals) in 2003, (Last Exit to Brooklyn) in 1989, (Public Enemies) and (The Men Who Stare at Goats) in 2009. Lang married Kristina Watson in 1980 and together they have four children.