Eugene Clark is an American actor who has starred both on television and in film. He was born on October 8, 1955 in Los Angeles. He went to UCLA and played football for the Bruins. Clark rose to fame as a Canadian Football League player where he was an offensive lineman for the Toronto Argonauts. He played in twenty games in the late 1970s. He played briefly with the Pittsburg Steelers in 1975. After his sporting career, he went into acting. He appeared in a small role in the television series Kung Fu in 1973. However, in the 1980s, he began to land a number of roles in television shows and movies, including Improper Channels, Shell Game, Doing Life, and Hot Shots. In the late 80s he began to appear in a number of more popular shows, including Three Men and a Baby, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Twilight Zone, and Night Heat. Over the next two decades he appeared every year on television shows.