OLIVER PLATT is a multiple Emmy, SAG, Tony and Golden Globe Award-nominated actor. His sensitive and intelligent portrayal of Dr. Daniel Charles, the Chief of Psychiatry in NBC’s drama Chicago Med, helps erase stigma and inspires people in need to feel more comfortable seeking treatment.
Platt has appeared in over fifty-five films. Selected credits include Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, Rules Don’t Apply, Funny Bones, The Impostors, Chef, Please Give, Frost/Nixon, The Three Musketeers, Indecent Proposal, X-men: First Class, Casanova, The Ice Harvest, Kinsey, Lake Placid, A Time to Kill and Pieces of April.
Oliver earned a SAG nomination for his performance as George Steinbrenner in the miniseries The Bronx is Burning. Other television accolades include a Golden Globe® and back-to-back Emmy nominations for his portrayal of Russell Tupper in Huff, as well as an Emmy nomination for his portrayal as Oliver Babish on The West Wing. He earned another Emmy nomination for his recurring role as Freddy Prune on Nip/Tuck.
On the stage, Platt received a Tony nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actor for his work in Conor Mcpherson’s Shining City, which was also nominated for Best Play.
Born in Windsor, Ontario, Oliver Platt is married and has three children. When not shooting in Chicago, he resides in New York.