Eric Ladin is an American actor best known for his starring role as Jamie Wright in the crime drama television series The Killing, from 2011-2012.
He is also known for his role as Cpl. James Chaffin in the Iraq war television mini-series Generation Kill, in 2008.
Ladin burst into the acting world with his breakout role in HBO's hard hitting, topical mini-series, Generation Kill. However, Ladin is also known for his recurring role as January Jones' brother in AMC's award-winning series, Mad Men, as well as his recurring role as Chloe Sevigny's diabolical doctor/brother in HBO's Big Love.
His other credits include guest starring roles on The Defenders, Criminal Minds, Bones, The Mentalist, and CSI. He can also be seen in the independent film Highland Park, opposite Parker Posey and Danny Glover.
He is a proud native of Houston, TX and a diehard fan of the USC Trojans and Los Angeles Lakers.
In 2015 he had a starring role on the HBO dark comedy series The Brink.