American actor Eric Dane has been known in the industry for quite a while. If you are one of the avid fans of Grey’s Anatomy, then you are certainly familiar with him as he used to play the role Dr. Mark Sloan in the said TV series. This enigmatic and handsome actor was born in San Francisco, California on November 9, 1972 and was raised in Jewish religion. He started acting in the year 1993, portraying the minor role Tad Pogue in the TV sitcom Saved by the Bell. After two years, he starred in an episode of The Wonder Years and was highlighted with the role Brett.
After his first appearances, he was able to land significant roles in various films such as Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story, Sol Goode, Helter Skelter, X-Men: The Last Stand, Wedding Wars, and many others. He also appeared in TV series including Silk Stalkings, Roseanne, and Gideon’s Crossing. It was in the year 2003 when he became more prominent when he was cast for the role in Charmed. In 2006, he experienced his big break, playing the major role Dr. Mark Sloan in Grey’s Anatomy.
Want to know how he fuels his body to keep him healthy? Here’s a simple health tip from the actor during his interview with Men’s Health:
“Embrace the morning. Morning dictates everything, including the mood, scope, and pace of the day. Fuel up with a nutrient-loaded breakfast diet plan like an omelet that will stifle your appetite for hours. Look forward to the morning and your chances of conquering the day skyrocket. ‘I’m out of bed before the alarm goes off’”.
Body Measurement (2014 – Age 41)
Height: 185 cm | 6 feet, 1 Inches
Weight: 80 kg | 176 lbs
Chest: 102 cm| 40 in
Bicep: 41 cm | 16 in
Waist: 81 cm | 32 in