Former Angel and Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser Stars in #ProvenInnocent via @stacyamiller85 @InnocentonFOX

Vincent Kartheiser, who played Connor in Angel (1999-2004) and Pete Campbell in Mad Men (2007-2015), is now starring in FOX’s new legal drama Proven Innocent premiering Friday, February 15, 2019.

Kartheiser was a film actor (The Indian in the Cupboard, Alaska, Masterminds, Crime and Punishment in Suburbia) before venturing onto the small screen.  He first became known to television audiences when he appeared in The WB’s Angel. His character Connor was the son of lead character Angel and Darla. Vincent Kartheiser recurred for three episodes during Season 3 before being upgraded to series regular in Season 4 then appearing in two episodes during the series fifth and final season.

More films followed. His next television project was in AMC’s Mad Men (2007-2015) where he played Pete Campbell. In 2009 and 2010, Kartheiser and the cast of Mad Men won the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

Since the end of Mad Men, Vincent Kartheiser has kept himself busy appearing in numerous films and on television. Offscreen he married actress Alexis Bledel (Gilmore Girls, The Handmaid’s Tale). The couple have a son.

In Proven Innocent, Vincent Kartheiser plays Bodie Quick, private investigator for lead character Madeline Scott, an attorney who spent ten years in prison after being wrongly convicted for a murder she didn’t commit.

Fans of Vincent Kartheiser won’t want to miss Proven Innocent.

Don’t miss the Series Premiere of Proven Innocent airing Friday, February 15, 2019 at 9/8c on FOX.

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Video Courtesy of Proven Innocent Official Twitter

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