Peter Mark Kendall was an American actor who first rose to prominence on Broadway before appearing in some of the most acclaimed TV shows of the 21st century. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Kendall's family emigrated from South Africa in 1985. After earning a BA in Theatre and Jazz Studies from McDaniel College, Kendall got his MFA in Acting at Brown University. He graduated in 2013, and soon began appearing in Broadway productions, including "Six Degrees of Separation," "The Harvest," "Mercury Fur," and "The Rose Tattoo." Kendall made his film and TV debuts in 2014, taking small roles on the HBO drama "The Leftovers" (HBO, 2014-17), and the indie production "Time Out of Mind" (2014). He followed this up with a brief arc on "Girls" (HBO 2011-17), before landing his first series regular gig, playing Hans over two seasons of the 80s Cold War espionage drama "The Americans" (FX, 2013-18). Around this time, Kendall was cast in another series regular gig, playing Joey Thomas on the second season of Dick Wolf's medical drama "Chicago Med" (NBC, 2015-).