Marc Blucas is an American actor best known for his role as Riley Finn in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, from 1999-2002.
He also starred as pro football team trainer Matthew Donnally in the television drama series Necessary Roughness, from 2011-2013.
One of his first acting roles was in Gary Ross' Pleasantville, with Tobey Maguire and Reese Witherspoon. He followed that up with supporting roles in Summer Catch, starring Jessica Biel, Kevin Smith's Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and We Were Soldiers with Mel Gibson.
Mark then went on to star opposite Katie Holmes in First Daughter, directed by Forest Whitaker.
His additional film credits include Prey For Rock and Roll; the BBC Films' period drama I Capture The Castle with Bill Nighy and Rose Byrne, John Sayles' Sunshine State opposite Edie Falco; Starship Dave with Eddie Murphy and Elizabeth Banks; and The Killing Floor, executive produced by Doug Liman and Avi Arad.
Mark played Emily Blunt's misunderstood husband in Sony Pictures Classics' The Jane Austen Book Club and starred in Knight and Day opposite Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, in Kevin Smith's Red State and as Naomi Watts' love interest in Rodrigo Garcia's Mother and Child.
A native of Pennsylvania, Blucas played basketball at Wake Forest University.
In 2014 he had a starring role as Dan Winston, a handsome, Ivy League-educated DEA agent who came to Texas to get away from big city life, in the short-lived police procedural crime drama television series Killer Women.