Ian Anthony Dale
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|Ian Anthony Dale|
July 3, 1978 |
Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S.
Life and career
Born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, he attended St. Mary's University, Winona, Minnesota where he studied stage and theatre, and then moved to Madison, Wisconsin. He previously portrayed Simon Lee on The Event, and was previously known for playing Davis Lee on Surface and his recurring role on Charmed as Avatar Gamma. He has also appeared on shows such as Las Vegas, JAG, Day Break, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Criminal Minds, in 2007 he appeared in 24 as the minor character Zhou and is well known for playing Kazuya Mishima in Tekken.
In 2004, Dale appeared in the film Mr. 3000 as "Fukuda", alongside Bernie Mac, Angela Bassett and Chris Noth. His next movie role was in 2007's The Bucket List as an instructor to Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman's characters in one of the scenes. In 2009, he followed that up with a minor part in The Hangover, and appeared in the independent film Lollipops. In 2010, he starred in the Tekken movie as Kazuya Mishima and in Flying Lessons. In 2010, he also portrayed Scorpion in the short film of Mortal Kombat: Rebirth on YouTube. The film paved way for a web series, Mortal Kombat: Legacy, in which Dale reprised his role. He reprised his role in the second season.
Dale had his first television break on a 2002 episode of Fastlane. Since then he has appeared in episodes of Angel, JAG, Las Vegas, Charmed, 24, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Criminal Minds, Dollhouse and Cold Case.
Major television roles have included recurring character Davis Lee on Surface, and Detective Christopher Choi on Day Break. Both series were only broadcast for one season and did not return for a second. Dale was a series regular in the NBC drama series The Event, which premiered in Fall 2010. The series has since been cancelled. His most recent recurring roles are on Hawaii Five-0 as Adam Noshimuri and Murder in the First as Jim Koto.
|2007||The Bucket List||Instructor|
|2009||The Hangover||Chow's #1|
|2009||Lollipops||Detective Jones||Short film|
|2010||Mortal Kombat: Rebirth||Hanzo Hasashi/Scorpion|
|2002||Fastlane||Jackson Yu||Episode: "Mighty Blue"|
|2003||Angel||Drugged Vamp #3||Episode: "Release"|
|2003||JAG||Lance Corporal Brad Owens||Episode: "The Boast"|
|2004||Las Vegas||Jonathan Tam||Episode: "Die Fast, Die Furious"|
|2004||Hawaii||Lieutenant Robertson||Episode: "No Man Is an Island"|
|2004||Second Time Around||Sam Chang||Episode: "No, No"|
|2004||Charmed||Avatar Gamma||5 episodes|
|2005||North Shore||Garrett Haynes||Episode: "The End"|
|2005–2006||Surface||Davis Lee||11 episodes|
|2006–2007||Day Break||Detective Christopher Choi||12 episodes|
|2006–2009||Criminal Minds||Lt. Detective Owen Kim||2 episodes|
|2007||Without a Trace||David Kwon||Episode: "Without You"|
|2007||Bones||Commander James Adams||Episode: "Spaceman in a Crater"|
|2007||Cold Case||Ray Takahashi||Episode: "Family 8108"|
|2009||CSI: NY||Ellis Park||Episode: "The Past, Present and Murder"|
|2009||Dollhouse||Jack Dunston||Episode: "Haunted"|
|2009||CSI: Miami||Evan Wilcox||Episode: "Kill Clause"|
|2010||Trauma||Andy Wu||Episode: "Protocol"|
|2010||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Lon Rose||Episode: "The Panty Sniffer"|
|2010–2011||The Event||Agent Simon Lee||19 episodes|
|2011||Burn Notice||Xavier||Episode: "Damned If You Do"|
|2011–2014||Hawaii Five-0||Adam Noshimuri||15 episodes|
|2011–2013||Mortal Kombat: Legacy||Hanzo Hasashi/Scorpion||6 episodes|
|2012||The Mentalist||Nathaniel Kim||Episode: "Red Dawn"|
|2012||Emily Owens, M.D.||Dr. Kyle Putnam||2 episodes|
|2013||American Horror Story: Coven||David||Episode: "Bitchcraft"|
|2014||Delirium||Liam||Unsold TV pilot|
|2014||Murder in the First||Jim Koto||10 episodes|
|2015||Hart of Dixie||Henry Dalton||2 episodes|
|2012||Sleeping Dogs||Ricky Wong|
|2012||Call of Duty: Black Ops II||Multiplayer Voices|
- New Mortal Kombat Promotional Featurette Delivers the Goods
- "Hart of Dixie Enlists Hawaii Five-0 Actor to Play 'Superman' in Season 4". July 1, 2014. Retrieved July 1, 2014.
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