Gary Cole

Gary Cole

Date of Birth

Birthday: September 20
Birthplace: Park Ridge, IL

Gary Cole — know to fans of cult film fave Office Space as boss Bill Lumbergh — stars as number cruncher Kent Davison on HBO’s Veep.

Cole may also be seen on The Good Wife as Diane’s (Christine Baranski) conservative husband, Kurt McVeigh.

He also voices the character of Special Agent Hawley on FX’s Archer.

Cole, who first gained prominence headlining the 1984 TV miniseries Fatal Vision,  also starred as Jack 'Nighthawk’ Killian in the series Midnight Caller and  Vice President Bob Russell on The West Wing.

Gary Cole — know to fans of cult film fave Office Space as boss Bill Lumbergh — stars as number cruncher Kent Davison on HBO’s Veep.

Cole may also be seen on The Good Wife as Diane’s (Christine Baranski) conservative husband, Kurt McVeigh.

He also voices the character of Special Agent Hawley on FX’s Archer.

Cole, who first gained prominence headlining the 1984 TV miniseries Fatal Vision,  also starred as Jack 'Nighthawk’ Killian in the series Midnight Caller and  Vice President Bob Russell on The West Wing.

In addition to turns on Desperate Housewives and Suits, Cole delivered a hilarious Mike Brady in 3 movie renditions of The Brady Bunch.

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Awards & Nominations

1 Nomination
Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series - 2014
  • Nominee
  • Gary Cole, as Kent Davison
  • Veep
  • HBO
The cast of Veep present an award at the 71st Emmy Awards.
Gary Cole on the red carpet at the 67th Emmy Awards.
Gary Cole of Veep arrives for the 2014 Primetime Creative Arts Emmys.
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The cast of Veep present an award at the 71st Emmy Awards.
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The cast of Veep present an award at the 71st Emmy Awards. 

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Gary Cole on the red carpet at the 67th Emmy Awards.
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Gary Cole on the red carpet at the 67th Emmy Awards.

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Gary Cole of Veep arrives for the 2014 Primetime Creative Arts Emmys.
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Gary Cole of Veep arrives for the 2014 Primetime Creative Arts Emmys.

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