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January 7, 1973 |
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Spouse(s)||Inga Cadranel (?–present; 1 child)|
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Hogan's highest profile roles to date have been in Canadian television. He was featured as Ian Farnham during the five-year run of the show Traders, and also appeared in The Associates.
Hogan is a ice hockey fan and proficient player, and several of his credits are hockey related; in 2006, he was part of a documentary-style miniseries about hockey in Canada, called Canada Russia '72. His notable American television credits include a short stint on the acclaimed show Wonderfalls in 2004, playing a lovesick delivery man in two episodes of the short-lived show.
He was cast to play Roland "Rolie" Cray on Flashpoint in 2008, but his character was written off the show in the pilot episode. Sam Braddock (played by David Paetkau) took his spot on the SRU team.
Hogan also played the role of Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. in the 2011 miniseries The Kennedys, and played the lead male role of "Ken Stoddard" in the Hallmark movie Christmas Song in 2012, Then 2 others for Hallmark Channel, in 2014 Christmas at Cartwright's and Christmas List in 2017.
In 2015, Hogan played a Chimera named Belasko in the Season 5 premiere of MTV's cult television show Teen Wolf, but was killed off by the end of the episode. In 2016, he also appeared in the twelfth episode of the first season of Lady Dynamite. He has also had recurring roles in shows such as Warehouse 13, The Border and The Best Years.
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