Gabriel Hogan biography
Date of Birth: 1973
Toronto-born Gabriel Hogan comes from a family of actors. His father Michael Hogan is a well-known Canadian actor who is best known for his role as Colonel Saul Tigh on the hit show Battlestar Galactica and his mother Susan Hogan is best known as Sharon Fairbanks on Showtime's The L Word. His sister, Jennie Rebecca Hogan, is also an actor.
Hogan got his start in acting when he was very young. His acting debut was on the television series Night Heat when he was just 15 years old. From then on, Hogan appeared in many television movies, series, and mini-series. His most notable roles include Ian Farnham in Traders, Mitch Barsworth in The Associates , Roland Cray in Flashpoint and Lance in Rent-a-Goalie.
A five-time Gemini nominee, he has three nominations for Ensemble Performance for Rent-a-Goalie and two individual nominations recognizing his lead roles in The Associates and the mini-series Peacekeepers. Recently, Hogan played Joe Kennedy Jr. opposite Katie Holmes in the mini-series The Kennedys on The History Channel.
He has also played supporting roles in such feature films as One Week (2008) opposite Joshua Jackson and Head in the Clouds opposite Charlize Theron and Penelope Cruz. Most recently, Hogan starred in the film Moving Day (2012) opposite Will Sasso and Victor Garber.
A Man's World (2012)
Head in the Clouds
Love and Death on Long Island (1997)
Red Scorpion 2 (1995)
Blue City Slammers (1988)
Gabriel Hogan Filmography