Dallas Roberts, a graduate of The Julliard School, can be seen on the Network in the recurring role of Owen, Alicia’s (Julianna Margulies) brother, on the THE GOOD WIFE. Recently, he starred in the series “The Walking Dead,” playing the mild-mannered Milton. Other television credits include “Rubicon” and “The L Word,” as well as guest-starring roles on all three “Law & Order” series. Recently, Roberts starred in the feature films "Shadow People" and "The Factory,” and wrapped “Dallas Buyers Club,” opposite Matthew McConaughey. Additional film credits include "The Grey,” “3:10 to Yuma,” “Shrink,” “Joshua,” “Tell Tale,” “Flicka,” “The Notorious Bettie Page,” “Winter Passing” and a starring role in “A Home At The End Of The World” opposite Colin Farrell, Robin Wright Penn and Sissy Spacek. Other upcoming films include the independent features “The River Why,” with William Hurt and Zach Gilford, and “Ingenious” opposite Jeremy Renner. Off-Broadway, Roberts starred in the hit productions of Edward Albee's “Peter and Jerry,” Caryl Churchill’s “A Number” opposite Sam Shepard, and “Burn This” opposite Edward Norton. He received a Drama Desk nomination for Lead Actor for his performance in “Nocturne” at New York Theatre Workshop. He originated the role of Edward Kynaston in Jeffrey Hatcher’s “Compleat Female Stage Beauty” at the Contemporary American Theatre Festival as well as the role of “Chase” in Adam Rapp’s “Finer Noble Gases” at the Humana Festival. His birthday is May 10.