Kash at the Big Apple Convention
in New York City in 2009
|Born||Daniel Joshua Kash
April 25, 1959
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
|Residence||Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Los Angeles, California, United States
|Alma mater||Drama Centre London|
|Occupation||Actor and film director|
|Spouse(s)||Hayley Tyson (m. 1988)|
|Parent(s)||Eugene Kash and Maureen Forrester|
|Family||Linda Kash (sister)|
Life and careerEdit
Kash was born in Montreal, Quebec, the son of Canadian opera singer Maureen Forrester and Toronto-born violinist and conductor Eugene Kash (May 1, 1912 – March 6, 2004). He is the brother of actress Linda Kash. His father's family was Jewish, while his mother converted to Judaism.
He studied acting at the Drama Centre in London, UK, and has appeared in both film and television. His first film role was Private Spunkmeyer in Aliens (1986). He has also directed three short films: Germgirl, Flip Phone and For Lease (released in 2007).
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Kash has appeared in the films Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (as Axel Turner), The Hunt for the BTK Killer, Crown Heights, True Confections, Gross Misconduct, Mr. Rock 'n' Roll: The Alan Freed Story, The Path to 9/11, Solo, The Last Days of Patton, and Mama.
He has appeared in the TV series Nikita, The Event, The Line, A Taste of Shakespeare, Relic Hunter, Goosebumps, Due South, Law & Order, RoboCop: The Series, Street Legal, The Hitchhiker, Forever Knight, Lifetime's MISSING, Angela's Eyes, Hannibal and Orphan Black. He also had recurring roles on the FX TV series The Strain (as Everett Barnes), on the Syfy series The Expanse as the villain Dresden, and Bitten as the Alpha Werewolf for the Russian pack. Kash was also featured in Ubisoft's 2014 video game Watch Dogs as main antagonist Damien Brenks.
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