Troy Evans (Actor) - ER
 
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Updated: 8/16/22

Name: Troy Evans

Birth Name: Troy Evans

Born: February 16, 1948 in Missoula, Montana, USA

Claim To Fame: Troy Evans is an American actor best known for his role as Desk Clerk Francis "Frank" Martin in the television drama series ER, and more recently for his role as Detective Barrel Johnson in Amazon's TV series Bosch.

Family Life: Evans is married to Heather McLarty.

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Info: In 1966, Graduate of Flathead High School in Kalispell, Montana.

Served with the 25th Infantry Division (2/22 mechanized) in Vietnam, 1968 and 1969.

In 1980-81, Troy was a student at the Staircase Theater Workshop in the Pico-Robertson area of Los Angeles.

While still attending the Staircase Workshop, Troy got an audition for a commercial. After he'd done the read the first time, he was asked, "That's good, but can you do it with your real voice?"

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Trivia: Evans is an accomplished character actor that has appeared in the numerous popular movies like Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Under Siege, Teen Wolf, Kuffs, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Demolition Man, The Frighteners, among others.

Appeared in the pilot episode of David Lynch's bizarre Twin Peaks (1990) as the school principal, Principal George Wolchezk, but he doesn't appear in any other episodes.

Appeared in the pilot episode of ER (1994) as Officer Frank Martin. He returned years later as a replacement for Jerry (played by Abraham Benrubi), the desk clerk. Frank often talks about his police career to the doctors.

In Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Evans plays an irate police chief checking in a hotel during a convention in what was originally a non-speaking/background role. But as Evans had just had major hip surgery, he poured his physical pain into an ad-libbed irate rant towards the hotel clerk in the movie and the director, Terry Gilliam, liked it so much he included it in the film.

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Where Are They Now: Evans has had quite a career; and at 74, he shows no signs of slowing down. His next project is the crime-drama He Went That Way, which is currently in post-production.

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