Dylan Baker is an American actor best known for his roles in the movies Thirteen Days (2000), The Cell (2000), Road To Perdition (2002) and Kinsey (2004) and Spider-Man 2 (2004).
He also had a recurring role as Vice President Fred Collier in the television mini-series Political Animals, in 2012.
He has appeared in television series such as Murder One, Oz, The Practice, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The West Wing, Third Watch, Without A Trace, and Law & Order.
Other television credits include Damages, From the Earth to the Moon,The Book of Daniel, The Laramie Project, Kings, and recurring roles on Ugly Betty, Burn Notice and White Collar. He also appears as Colin Sweeney on The Good Wife, for which he was nominated for an Emmy.
His feature film credits include Secretariat, Revolutionary Road, Hide and Seek, Spider-Man (2 & 3), Road to Perdition, which also featured Political Animals co-star Ciarán Hinds, Changing Lanes, The Cell, Along Came a Spider, Random Hearts, Requiem for a Dream, which starred co-star Ellen Burstyn, and Planes, Trains & Automobiles.
Baker was honoured with an IFP Gotham Award and an IFP West Independent Spirit Award nomination for his starring role as Bill Maplewood in the critically acclaimed film Happiness, directed by Todd Solondz.
Baker earned Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations for his role as Prince Conty in the Broadway production of La Bête, and an Obie Award for his performance in the Off-Broadway production Not About Heroes.
Baker was also seen on Broadway in Mauritius, David Mamet's November and Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage.
Upon graduation from Georgetown Prep School in Rockville, Maryland, he attended William and Mary College. He earned a B.F.A. at Southern Methodist University in Dallas and his M.F.A. at the Yale School of Drama.
Born in Syracuse, New York and raised in Lynchburg, Virginia, Baker currently makes his home in New York City.