Dwain Murphy

Dwain Murphy is a Dominican-born Canadian actor.[1] He is best known for playing Eric in Degrassi: The Next Generation, Giles in The Line, and Bishop in How She Move. Murphy has made an appearance in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist doing the voice and physical performance of Isaac Briggs.

Dwain Murphy
Born
OccupationFilm, Television actor
Years active2006-present

BiographyEdit

Murphy was born on the Caribbean island of Dominica.[1] After coming to Canada with his parents at the age of four, Murphy was persuaded to start acting and graduated from the Humber College Acting for Film and Television program.[1] He is known for playing the character Bishop in How She Move, and a supporting role as Flipper in Poor Boy's Game. He also works in television and is known for his recurring role as Eric, Marco Del Rossi's boyfriend, in Degrassi: The Next Generation, and for playing Giles, Carlos's brother in The Line. He also had a starring role in the film Saving God as Norris.[1]

Murphy currently resides in Toronto, Ontario.[1] He also has a love for basketball. He is a Catholic.[1]

FilmographyEdit

Film
Year Film Role Other notes
2007 How She Move Bishop Lead role
Poor Boy's Game Flipper Main role[1]
2008 Saving God Norris Johns
2015 The Masked Saint Jojo
2016 For Love & Honor Mr. McCallister Television film
A Family Man Antoine
2017 Tuesday, 10:08am Un­known Short film
2022 Brother Dru
Television
Year Series Role Notes
2006 G-Spot Player #1 Episode: "Sunburn"
2006–08 Degrassi: The Next Generation Eric 6 episodes
2008 The Line Giles 7 episodes
2009 Guns Baby Dee TV miniseries (2 episodes)
Three Rivers Antonio Episode: "Code Green"
2010 Ghost Whisperer Private Paul Mace Episode: "Implosion"
2011 King Big Mike Episode: "Cameron Bell"
Warehouse 13 ATF agent Episode: "The New Guy"
Rookie Blue Lionel Episode: "In Plain View"
Combat Hospital PJ Terrel Ford Recurring role (12 episodes)
The Mentalist Dennis Kagan Episode: "Blood and Sand"
2012 Nikita Mason 2 episodes
Saving Hope Shawn Price Episode: "Pilot"
2013 Cracked Peter Kovacks Episode: "Old Soldiers"
Nikita Male recruit Episode: "Self-Destruct"
Played Detective Constable Daniel Price Main role (5 episodes)
2014 Republic of Doyle Theo DaCosta 2 episodes
2015 Lost Girl Clay Jonas Episode: "Clear Eyes, Fae Hearts"
The Book of Negroes Claiborne TV miniseries (2 episodes)
X Company Walter Episode: "Sixes & Sevens"
Remedy Ben LaSalle 3 episodes
Rogue Eugene "Cups" Harris 5 episodes
Killjoys Surja Episode: "Come the Rain"
The Art of More Odell Watkins Episode: "The Name of the Game"
2016 Beauty & the Beast Agent Trahn Episode: "Beast of Times, Worst of Times"
The Strain Sean Duncan 4 episodes
2016–17 Mohawk Girls Leon Recurring role (11 episodes)
2017 The Mist Bryan Hunt 2 episodes
Suits Mark Episode: "Brooklyn Housing"
2018 Star Trek: Discovery Captain Maddox 2 episodes
Little Dog Rico "Havoc" St. George TV miniseries
Titans Larry Trainor / Negative Man Episode: "Doom Patrol"
2020 Utopia Falls Moore Times series regular
Video games
Year Video game Role Notes
2013 Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist Isaac Briggs Also motion capture double
2016 Watch Dogs 2 Un­known

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Saving God Movie - Saving God cast Dwain Murphy". Clear Entertainment. Retrieved 2009-08-01. Dwain Murphy was born on the small Caribbean island of Dominica

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