Ian Bohen’s career as a film and television actor dates back to the early 1990s, and over the years he has appeared in numerous films and television shows. He is best known to television audiences for his recurring role as Peter Hale in the MTV supernatural series Teen Wolf. He has also had regular roles in other successful shows such as Breakout Kings, Chicago P.D., and Yellowstone. On the big screen, the talented actor has also excelled in highly successful movies such as Pearl Harbor, The Dark Knight Rises, and Wind River.
This film and television star was born on September 24, 1976, like Ian Stuart Bohen. He was born and raised in Carmel-by-the-Sea, a town in Monterey County, California. Information about his parents, his upbringing, and his early education is quite scarce. However, we do know that he has an older brother. It is also known that he started his acting career in the early 90s when he was still a teenager.
Ian Bohen’s Movies and TV Shows
Ian Bohen made his acting debut in the short film Delivering (1993), in which he played the role of Jimmy Wakefield. His next film role was in the Oscar-nominated Biopic Wyatt Earp (1994), after which he starred in the horror music film Monster Mash (1995). He also portrayed the title character in the TV pilot Young Hercules (1998).
Bohen had a small role in the very successful action movie Pearl Harbor (2001), in which he appeared alongside a star-studded cast including Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett, and Kate Beckinsale. He also had roles in the sci-fi comedy film Special (2006) and in the musical comedy Marigold (2007). He then starred in the thriller film Irreversi (2010), the English version of the Mandarin-language film Hui lu.
Ian Bohen played the role of a policeman in Christian Bale’s third Batman film The Dark Knight Rises (2012), who was a box office monster. More recently he has appeared in crime movies such as Wind River (2017) and Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018) and the drama film Little Women (2018).
Bohen’s little opening credits are as impressive as his feature film credits. In the early years of his career, he was a guest on several successful television shows, including Weird Science (1994), Walker, Texas Ranger (1995), Picket Fences (1996), and Baywatch Nights (1997). He also appeared in the television films Her Last Chance (1996) and If These Walls Could Talk (1996).
The talented actor received his first recurring role as Young Hercules in the action television series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (1997-98). He repeated the role of Young Hercules in the pilot of the spin-off series Young Hercules (1998) but was replaced by Ryan Gosling in the lead role because he decided not to move to New Zealand, where the series was shot.
Bohen received his next regular role in the series Any Day Now (1998-2001), in which he played the recurring character, Johnny O’Brien. After that, he was a guest star in several series, including Cold Case (2004), Prison Break (2009), CSI: Miami (2010), and Drop Dead Diva (2011). Also in 2011, he landed the recurring role of Peter Hale in the supernatural teen series Teen Wolf (2011-17). It can be said that this role cemented Bohen’s status as an A-list television star.
After his brilliant performance in Teen Wolf, Bohen has been given much more time on screen in other television shows. He played the recurring role of Daniel Dunn in the series Breakout Kings (2012), he briefly appeared in the crime series Major Crimes (2012) in the lead role of Daniel Dunn, and he portrayed the recurring character Sergeant Edwin Stillwell in the NBC crime series Chicago P.D. (2014). Most recently he was cast in the drama series Yellowstone (since 2018), in which he portrayed the recurring character Ryan, a cowboy wrangler.
Other Facts About Ian Bohen
Ian Bohen is in a relationship with an American-born fashion model named Megan Irminger. This cute couple has been together since June 2017.
Bohen appeared in 2016 in the music video for the hit “Where’s the Love?” by The Black Eyed Peas. In 2018 the talented actor played the leading role in the video of the song “Give Me Your Hand” by the American artist Shannon K.
The Hollywood star made his directorial debut in the short film Morning Love (2011) and also acted as cameraman and editor of the film. He also wrote and directed another short film The Tow (2016).
Bohen’s performance in Teen Wolf earned him a nomination for the best guest role in a television series at the Saturn Awards 2017.
He stands at a height of 178 cm (5 feet 10 inches) and has a slender build while maintaining a bodyweight of approximately 73 kg (161 lb).