Casey Biggs was born April 4, 1955. Growing up in Toledo, Ohio, Casey chose to pursue an acting career while he was still a student at Central Catholic High. He actually had a fair amount of talent as a football player, but it was on the stage acting…more
In 1997, Casey appeared in State of the Union at The Arena Stage.
In 1997, Casey appeared in Speed-the-Plow at The Odyssey Theatre.
In 1996, Casey appeared in Front Page at Arena Stage.
In 1996, Casey appeared in Long Days Journey into Night at Arena Stage.
In 1994, Casey appeared in The Odyssey at Arena Stage.
In 1991, Casey appeared in Julius Caeser at The Mark Taper Forum.
In 1990, Casey appeared in Hope of the Heart at The Mark Taper Forum.
In 1997, Casey appeared in Hedda Gabler at the Hudson Guild Theatre.
In 1997, Casey appeared in Painted Woman at the Hudson Guild Theatre.
In 1997, Casey appeared in Pride's Crossing at the Lincoln Center.
In August 2002, Casey played "Franz Chasle" in The Astronaut, a play by Arlette Ricci. It appeared at Lucille Lortel's White Barn Theater in Westport, Connecticut, USA.
Casey directed Richard III and Stand Up Shakespeare at The Odyssey in Los Angeles in 2002.
Casey recently formed a blues band with Star Trek alumni Richard Herd (Admiral Paris from Star Trek: Voyager), Vaughn Armstrong (various roles) and Steve Rankin (various roles).
Casey frequently appears at scifi conventions.
Casey is best known for his role in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) as "Damar".
Apart from his work in television, Casey is a theatre artist, starring mainly in productions in Los Angeles, California and Washington D.C..
Casey received a BFA at the Juilliard School in 1977.
Casey has been married to Brigit Binns since 2004.
Casey is 5' 10" (1.78 m) tall.
Casey used to be married to Star Trek: Voyager actress Roxann Biggs-Dawson, it's unknown when they married or when they divorced.