Shawn Doyle

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Shawn Doyle (born 1968) is a Canadian actor. Doyle was born and raised in Wabush, Newfoundland, the son of actor Jerry Doyle. He moved to Toronto to study theatre at York University. He has won three awards for his critically acclaimed performance as Dennis Langley in The Eleventh Hour. Since moving to Los Angeles, he has also starred in the American shows 24 as Ronnie Lobell, Desperate Housewives as Mr. Hartley and as Joey Henrickson in Big Love. He has also made several film appearances; as Jack Shepard in Frequency and as Brian in 1998's Babyface and as Stephen in 2005 film Sabah, A Love Story. His TV movie roles include John in the film adaptation of The Robber Bride and a lawyer in Lost. He had a recurring role as "Joey Henrickson" a former NFL player and brother of Bill Henrickson, the main character in the HBO series Big Love and currently stars as agoraphobic chess genius Arkady Balagan in the Showcase original series Endgame. He is married to actress Allegra Fulton and together they have one son

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​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.  

Shawn Doyle (born 1968) is a Canadian actor. Doyle was born and raised in Wabush, Newfoundland, the son of actor Jerry Doyle. He moved to Toronto to study theatre at York University. He has won three awards for his critically acclaimed performance as Dennis Langley in The Eleventh Hour. Since moving to Los Angeles, he has also starred in the American shows 24 as Ronnie Lobell, Desperate Housewives as Mr. Hartley and as Joey Henrickson in Big Love. He has also made several film appearances; as Jack Shepard in Frequency and as Brian in 1998's Babyface and as Stephen in 2005 film Sabah, A Love Story. His TV movie roles include John in the film adaptation of The Robber Bride and a lawyer in Lost. He had a recurring role as "Joey Henrickson" a former NFL player and brother of Bill Henrickson, the main character in the HBO series Big Love and currently stars as agoraphobic chess genius Arkady Balagan in the Showcase original series Endgame. He is married to actress Allegra Fulton and together they have one son

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Place of Birth Wabush, Newfoundland, Canada

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2015 This Life(10 episodes) as Andrew Wallace
2014 Fargo(2 episodes) as Vern Thurman
2013 The Returned as Jacob
2013 Reign(2 episodes) as Claude
2013 Method as Daniel O'Shea
2013 King & Maxwell(1 episode) as Nikoloz Arziani
2012 Vegas(21 episodes) as Patrick Byrne
2012 The Disappeared as Pete
2011 John A.: Birth of a Country as John A. Macdonald
2011 Endgame(13 episodes) as Arkady Balagan
2010 Covert Affairs(1 episode) as Belenko
2009 Grown Up Movie Star as Ray
2009 Whiteout as Sam Murphy
2009 Dark Blue(1 episode)
2009 Lie to Me(1 episode) as Mike Salinger
2008 Flashpoint(1 episode) as Brendan Rogan
2008 Guns as Rick Merriweather
2007 The Robber Bride as John Grismer
2006 Big Love(59 episodes) as Joey Henrickson
2006 Numb3rs(1 episode)
2006 Eight Days to Live
2005 Sabah as Stephen Montpellier
2005 Blind Justice(1 episode)
2005 Medium(2 episodes)
2004 Desperate Housewives(8 episodes)
2004 Lost(1 episode)
2003 Do or die as Alan Yann
2002 The Eleventh Hour(39 episodes)
2002 Verdict in Blood
2002 A Killing Spring as Detective Alex Emanuel
2001 24(2 episodes) as Ronnie Lobell
2001 Don't Say a Word as Russel Maddox
2001 Knockaround Guys as Deputy Ward
2001 Stiletto Dance as Anton Seaberg
2000 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation(2 episodes)
2000 Who Killed Atlanta's Children? as Royal McCullough
2000 Frequency as Jack Shepard
1998 Babyface
1996 Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal(1 episode)
1996 Darkman III: Die Darkman Die as Adam
1993 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues(1 episode)
1900 Away From Everywhere as Owen

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2009 Grown Up Movie Star … Producer

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