Actor Name: Gabriel Mann
Alternate Names: Gabriel Mick
Revenge Character Name: Nolan Ross
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Birth Date: May 14, 1972
Birth Place: Middlebury, Vermont, USA
Star Sign: Taurus
Height: 6' 1" (1.85 m)
First Revenge Episode: Pilot
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Siblings: Brother of Alexandra Mann
About the character: Nolan RossNet Worth: 19.8 Billion
Occupation: Founder and CEO of Nolcorp
Desire: To be accepted and assist Emily in her plans for revenge as much as “legally” possible.
Nolan Ross (Gabriel Mann) is a tech genius and social misfit. A Mark Zuckerberg meets Howard Hughes type, he has more money than nearly anyone on the island, but has learned the hard lesson that it takes more than vast fortune to cull social acceptance in the Hamptons. Nolan’s pompous and arrogant, but secretly starved for human connection. Though in public he’s unfamiliar with Emily Thorne, the truth is he shares a link to her past, present, and above all, her secret. Being the one and only person who knows who Emily really is makes him either a useful accessory or a live wire threat to her true agenda.
About the actor: Gabriel MannGabriel Mann’s many television credits include recurring roles on “Mad Men” and “Legend of the Seeker,” and guest starring roles on “Carnivale,” “Jeremiah,” “Time of Your Life,” “Wasteland” and “ER.” He also starred in several television movies, including CBS’s “Heart Full of Rain” and Hallmark Channel’s “Harvest of Fire,” and provided his voice to the animated series “Wolverine and the X-Men” and “The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.”
Mann’s numerous and diverse film credits include “The Bourne Supremacy,” with Matt Damon; “The Bourne Identity,” with Franka Potente and Matt Damon; “The Life of David Gale,” with Kevin Spacey and Kate Winslet; “High Art,” with Ally Sheedy and Radha Mitchell; “Fake,” with Robert Loggia and Fisher Stevens; “Psych 9,” with Sara Foster and Cary Elwes; “The CoverUp,” with Eliza Dushku and John Savage; “Dark Streets,” with Bijou Phillips and Isabella Miko; “Demption,” alongside Felix Pire and David Krumholtz; “80 Minutes,” with Oliver Kieran-Jones and Josh Dallas; “The Ramen Girl,” with Brittany Murphy and Tammy Blanchard; “Love and Mary,” alongside Lauren German; “Valley of the Heart’s Delight,” alongside Pete Postlethwaite; “Born Killers,” with Lauren German and Jake Muxworthy; “Don’t Come Knocking,” with Sam Shepard; “A Lot Like Love,” with Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet; “Drum,” alongside Taye Diggs; “Sleep Easy Hutch Rimes,” with Steven Weber; “Abandon,” with Katie Holmes and Benjamin Bratt; “Buffalo Soldiers,” with Joaquin Phoenix and Anna Paquin; “Summer Catch,” with Freddie Prinze Jr. and Jessica Biel; “Josie & The Pussycats,” with Rachael Leigh Cook; “Things Behind the Sun,” alongside Kim Dickens; “Cherry Falls,” alongside Brittany Murphy and Jay Mohr; “Outside Providence,” with Alec Baldwin; “Claudine’s Return,” with Christina Applegate; and “Great Expectations,” with Ethan Hawke and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Mann currently resides in Los Angeles.