Dylan Ramsey

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Dylan Ramsey
NationalityAmerican, Canadian, Czech, Egyptian
Occupation(s)Actor, film producer
Years active2003 — present

Dylan Ramsey is an American / Canadian actor and film producer, known for his portrayals of dark dramatic and comedically eccentric characters of diverse ethnicity. Recent major roles include the leading role of Ginger (a male cross-dressing prostitute) in HBO’s Donny & Ginger, guest-starring as the ethereal suicide bomber Saaed Hotary on FX’s Nip/Tuck and the title role of Jack Belmont in Visual Purple.[1]

He also starred in Air Crash Investigation's "Killing Machine" as Bobby "The Killer", and Air Crash Investigation's "Death of the President" episode on the Polish Air Force Crash in 2014.

Ramsey is currently writing and producing two new media series.[2]


Ramsey was born in Prague, Czech Republic and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His father is Egyptian and his mother is a Polish Jew.[3] He currently lives in Los Angeles County, California.[2]



Year Title Role Notes
2018 The Secret of the Gods Loren Ozenburg Pre-Production
2018 Murder at Random Ronnie Lee Taylor Development
2017 Extinction Adam Amazon Prime
2017 The Delivery Makszi Krol
2016 The Suicide Flowers Gabriel
2016 BETA Randall Ankrom
2013 The Wanderers Max
2012 Assassins Jack
2011 The Wayshower Prince Raja
2011 Swamp Shark Scott TV movie, SYFY
2009 Mr. Sadman Ashraf
2009 Shark City Teddy Gold
2007 Visual Purple Jack Belmont
2007 Donny & Ginger Ginger TV movie, HBO
2007 All Lies on Me Petrov
2006 Dilenger's Diablos Ted Marks


Year Title Role Notes
2018 CyberOne Richard "Cypher" Gad Leading Role
2017 24: Legacy Rashid 2 episodes
2016 Like Family Tony Recurring Role
2016 CSI: Cyber Mann Episode: "Shades of Grey"
2016 Bloodlines Diego Leading Role
2014 NCIS: Los Angeles Sgt. Sajadi Episode: "Spoils of War"
2008-2015 Those Damn Canadians Brad Depp Leading Role
2004-2013 Air Emergency Bobby 'The Killer' 2 episodes
2012 Transporter: The Series Keck Episode: "Harvest"
2012 Ringer FBI Agent Hewson Episode: "It's Called Improvising, Bitch!"
2011 Wingmen Ernesto 'Chef' Vargas TV Pilot: Leading Role
2009 Neighborhood Watch at the Hollywood AJ TV Pilot: Recurring Role
2008 Nip/Tuck Saeed Hotary Episode: "Rachel Ben Natan"
2008 The Border Bomber Episode: "Pockets of Vulnerability"
2007 NCIS Asad Al-Qutaji Episode: "Suspicion"
2006 E-Ring Al-Qaeda Operative Episode: "The Two Princes"


Year Title Role Venue
2018 Tethered Nick Bernard InHouse Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
2018 A Bright New Boise Leory InHouse Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
2016 Dinner With Friends Gabe InHouse Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
2011 Bread Ali Three Rose Players, Los Angeles, CA
2010 The Beautiful Ones Avi Village Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
2006 Vacancy Mitch Two Roads Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
2005 Lust and Crime Antonio The Actor's Playpen, Los Angeles, CA
2004 Mermaid's Tears Jacob Alumnae Theatre, Toronto, ON
2003 Black & White Black Toronto, ON
2003 Curtain Going Up Buck O'Hara Toronto, ON


List of awards and nominations
Year Award Category Result Title
2018 Jury Award Best Human Rights Film in International Open Film Festival[4] Won Extinction
2017 Best Picture Best Picture in Canadian Diversity Film Festival[4] Won Extinction
2017 Best Short Film Best Short Film in Canadian Diversity Film Festival[4] Won Extinction
2017 Best Short Film Best Short Dramatic Film in Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival[4] Nominated Extinction
2016 Best TV Pilot Best Television Pilot in the International Open Film Festival[4] Won Bloodlines
2011 Best Actor Best Acting and Best Play in Three Rose Players Festival[5] Won Bread
Best Play Won
2007 Best Film San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival[6] Nominated Donny & Ginger
SHOUT: The HBO GLBT Short Film Competition[7] Won


  1. ^ FVM Global: Faith Harrington Boutin, Managing Editor, page 4, issue 11. FVM Global Magazine, 2011.
  2. ^ a b "Dylan Ramsey Official Website".
  3. ^ "10 Questions with Dylan Ramsey - Actor - eBOSS Canada". Archived from the original on 2019-02-09. Retrieved 2019-02-07.
  4. ^ a b c d e "IMDB Awards". IMDb. Retrieved 2017-04-13.
  5. ^ Maggie Grant, Artistic Director, Three Rose Players, 2011
  6. ^ San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival
  7. ^ BackLot Announces HBO/Shout Winners

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