Eric Lange is an American television and movie actor, best known for his roles as Mr. Sikowitz, an acting teacher from the television show Victorious, as Stuart Radzinsky on the ABC television series Lost, and as Kenneth Hasting on FX's The Bridge. He has also made appearances on the crossover spin-off comedy Sam and Cat.
Lange's first film role came in 1996's High School High, where he played a singing waiter. Two years later, he appeared in three episodes of the daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful. With 2001 came a guest role in the popular series Angel, and the following year, he was cast in a one-episode part in Firefly. Over the next three years, he appeared in minor roles on several television shows, including CSI, The Bernie Mac Show, Without a Trace, The Shield, and The West Wing. Lange also appeared in a 2007 episode of Entourage and appeared briefly on the short-lived NBC show Journeyman. In 2008, he appeared in an episode of Criminal Minds, as well as in small roles in Bones and My Name is Earl. In 2010, he appeared in 2 episodes of Weeds.
Lange portrayed Manager Erik on the television comedy Easy to Assemble. He has also guest starred on Law and Order: Special Victims Unit and My Name is Earl, and, from 2010-2013, he portrayed Mr. Sikowitz, an eccentric acting teacher, on Nickelodeon's teen show Victorious. He also portrayed a distraught basketball coach in the ABC television show Modern Family.
In 2006, He guest starred on Cold Case, in which he played "Lyle."
In 2010, Lange portrayed John Skrzynsky in the HBO movie You Don't Know Jack, the biography of controversial doctor Jack Kevorkian. He portrayed the role of Andy Beyer in the Disney film Secretariat. Lange has a recurring role in Weeds as journalist Vaughn Coleman.
On June 11, 2011, Lange guest starred on iCarly in "iParty with Victorious," the first ever iCarly and Victorious crossover event.
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