Award-winning actor Kip Pardue was an honor student and star quarterback at Yale University, where he earned a degree in economics. To help pay his way through college, Pardue moonlighted as a model for top brands like Armani, Polo, and Abercrombie & Fitch. Pardue's big break came with Walt Disney's feature film "Remember the Titans," where he starred as the memorable hippy quarterback "Sunshine" opposite Denzel Washington.
Since then, Pardue has starred in almost 40 films, including "But I'm a Cheerleader" with Michelle Williams, "Driven" opposite Sylvestor Stalone, Roger Avary's adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' "Rules of Attraction," Catherine Hardwick's "Thirteen," "Loggerheads" with Bonnie Hunt, and "Undiscovered" with Ashlee Simpson, as well as hit TV series such as "ER" and "House."
Most recently, Pardue made noise playing Heinz ketchup adman Tim Jablonski on the award- winning television series "Mad Men." He was also seen on the big screen starring in Lionsgate's "Hostel: Park III," the third installment of the wildly successful "Hostel" franchise and "Phantom," alongside Ed Harris and David Duchovny. Continuing his busy schedule, Pardue recently wrapped "Missionary" with Dawn Olivieri and "The Nightmare Nanny" for Lifetime.