Amy Chase (m. 2012)
Bailey Chase Luetgert
May 1, 1972 (age 51) (
Chicago, Illinois U.S.
Melissa Bornquist, Mike Luetgert
Movies and TV shows
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Bailey Chase (born Bailey Chase Luetgert; May 1, 1972) is an American stage and television actor known for his role as Butch Ada in the television series Saving Grace, starring as Graham Miller in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Christopher "Chris" Robert Hughes (from 2003–2005) in the soap opera As the World Turns , Beckett 'Becks' Scott on Ugly Betty, Sean Everett on Damages and as Deputy Branch Connally in A&E's crime thriller Longmire. Bailey Chase has also starred in the thriller Summoned alongside Cuba Gooding, Jr.; Tao of Surfing; Sex, Death, & Bowling; and No Beast So Fierce.
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Chase was born in Chicago, Illinois. He spent time growing up between Barrington, Illinois and Naples, Florida, and went to high school in Jacksonville. He attended Duke University on a full football athletic scholarship, playing linebacker. He graduated in 1995 with a degree in psychology. Taking up acting as a career, he trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, then moved to Los Angeles to work with the improv group, The Groundlings. He now resides primarily in Los Angeles with his wife Amy and their three children.
Earlier in his career, he was sometimes credited as Bailey Luetgert.
He was a series regular on TNT's drama Saving Grace, in the role of Detective Butch Ada. Additional credits include Charmed, Billboard Dad, The Truth About Juliet, Cosmo's Tale, Undressed, Pacific Blue, The Stray, JAG, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, V.I.P, Rats, As the World Turns, Las Vegas, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Watch Over Me, Ugly Betty, Criminal Minds, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Chronicles of Hollow Earth, Cold Case, Crossing Over, Castle, Miami Medical, Dark Metropolis, Damages, White Collar, Awake, Summoned, amongst others.
In 2012 he was cast as Deputy Branch Connally, a foil to the lead, on the A&E western mystery series Longmire.
Following his departure from Longmire, he appeared in 2016 on the NBC fantasy-drama Grimm as Lucien Petrovich, leader of the Wessen uprising. Chase appears in the fifth-season episodes "Eve of Destruction", "Key Move," and "Into The Schwarzwald".
In September 2016, Deadline Hollywood announced that Chase had joined the cast of the Fox TV series 24: Legacy as Thomas Locke, agent and head of field operations at CTU. The show aired on February 5, 2017, following the Super Bowl, prior to moving to a Monday evening time-slot.