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Gabriel Hogan (born January 7, 1973) is a Canadian actor.[2] He is best known for his continuing roles on Canadian hit dramas Heartland, Traders and The Associates.

Gabriel Hogan
Born (1973-01-07) January 7, 1973 (age 46)
Years active1988–present
Spouse(s)Inga Cadranel (?–present; 1 child)
Parent(s)Michael Hogan
Susan Hogan,[1]



Hogan was born in Toronto, Ontario and raised in the Yorkville neighbourhood. He is the second of three children. His parents, Michael and Susan Hogan, along with his sister, are also actors.[1]

He is married to actress Inga Cadranel; they have one son, Ryder.[1][3]


Hogan is best known for his continuing roles on Canadian hit dramas Heartland, Traders and The Associates. He also appeared in Red Scorpion 2, and as Rolie Cray in the pilot episode of FlashPoint.


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.[citation needed]

His other Canadian television credits include the series Playmakers, Angela's Eyes, Rent-A-Goalie, This Is Wonderland, Heartland,[4] Peter Benchley's Amazon and Robson Arms.

Hogan is an 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.[citation needed]

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.[citation needed]

Hogan also played the role of Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. in the 2011 miniseries The Kennedys,[5] and played the lead male role of "Ken Stoddard" in the Hallmark movie Christmas Song in 2012,[6] Then 2 others for Hallmark Channel, in 2014 Christmas at Cartwright's and Christmas List in 2017.[5]

In 2011 and 2012, he also appeared in both seasons of the Canadian police series King as Jessica King's husband and fellow cop Danny Sless.[7]

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.[5] He has also had recurring roles in shows such as Warehouse 13, The Border and The Best Years.[5]

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Hogan's film credits include Canada Russia '72, Blue City Slammers, and Moving Day.


Year Title Role Notes
1988 Night Heat Mark Episode: 4.6 “Blowing Bubbles”
1988 Blue City Slammers Joe Film
1994 Forever Knight Young Soldier Episode: 2.11 “Cant Run, Cant Hide”
1994 Red Scorpion 2 Unknown (uncredited) Film
1995 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues Little Tony Episode: 3.11 “Goodbye Mr. Caine”
1996 The Halfback of Notre Dame Crazy TV Movie
1996 Sins of Silence Restaurant Patron (uncredited) TV Movie
1996–2000 Traders Ian Farnham Main (Seasons 3–5)
1997 Love and Death on Long Island Jake Film
1997 Elvis Meets Nixonx Bobby Bishop TV Movie
1997 Pit Pony Ned Hall TV Movie
1997 Peacekeepers Lt. Bobby Danko TV Movie
1998 PSI Factor: Chronicles of Paranormal Jarred MacKeigan Episode: 2.11 “Hell Week”
1998 Flood: A River’s Rampage Bobby Dupree TV Movie
1998 Power Play Bobby Gunn Episode: 1.7 “The Bad Boy”
1999 La Femme Nikita Jamey Episode: 3.11 “Walk on By”
1999 Blind The Date Short
1999 Shadow Lake Steve Richards TV Movie
1999–2000 Amazon Falconer John Recurring (Season 1)
2000 Dino Crisis 2 Dylan Morton (English Version, voice) Video Game
2001 The Industry Kyle Episode: 3.8 “Happiest Girl in the World”
2001 Stolen Miracle Const. Graham Taylor TV Movie
2001–2002 The Associates Mitch Barnsworth Main (Seasons 1–2)
2002 Winter Sun Duncan Short
2002 Mutant X Josh Marcus Episode: 2.7 “Crossroads of the Soul”
2002 Chasing Cain: Face Unknown TV Movie
2003 Tom Stone Simon Marks Episode: 2.8 “Busted Shoulder”
2003 The One Gordie Parks TV Movie
2003 Playmakers Guard Dog Fredericks Recurring (Season 1)
2003 Blue Murder Christian Paquette Episode: 3.5 “Ladykillers”
2004 Head in the Clouds Julian Elsworth Film
2004 Show Me Carl Film
2004 Blue Murder Detective Wayne Tocchet Episode: 4.3 “Boys’ Club”
2004 Perfect Strangers Harvey Truelove TV Movie
2004 Wonderfalls Thomas Episode: 1.1 “Wax Lion”,
Episode: 1.9 “Safety Canary”
2004 A Beachcombers Christmas Peter Englewood TV Movie
2004 Crazy Canucks Scott Henderson TV Movie
2005 Tilt Brad Episode: 1.2 “Risk Tolerance”
2005 Widow on the Hill Rick TV Movie
2005 The Collector Heinrich Episode: 2.13 “Beginnings”
2005 Million Dollar Murder Matt TV Movie
2005 Mayday Daniel McVary TV Movie
2005 Heritage Minutes Andrew Mynarski Episode: 5.6 “Andrew Mynarski”
2006 This Is Wonderland Randy Episode: 3.7 “Episode #3.7”
2006 Hayday! Dave Sterling TV Movie
2006 Billable Hours Brad Episode: 1.1 “The Nicotine Gum”
2006 Angela’s Eyes Father Robert Malloy Episode: 1.3 “In God's Eyes”
2006 Canada Russia ‘72 Ken Dryden Episode: 1.1 “Episode #1.1”,
Episode: 1.2 “Episode #1.2”
2006–2008 Rent a Goalie Lance Main (Seasons 1–3)
2007 Robson Arms Andrew Colton Main (Season 2)
2007 The Best Years Patrick Ferrell Recurring (Season 1)
2007 Nature of the Beast Archer TV Movie
2007 Matters of Life & Dating Kevin TV Movie
2007 St. Urbain's Horseman Luke Scott]] Mini Series
2008 Wisegal Robert Wilford TV Movie
2008 Bridal Fever Jake Tyler TV Movie
2008 Transit Lounge Mark Short
2008 Flashpoint Roland ‘Rolie’ Cray Episode: 1.1 “Scorpio”,
Episode: 1.6 “Attention Shoppers”
2008 One Week Dereck Vincent Film
2008 Of Murder and Memory Danny TV Movie
2008 Accidental Friendship Kevin Brawner TV Movie
2008 The Border Jimmy Kosik Episode: 2.5 “Peak Oil”,
Episode: 2.10 “Double Dealing”
2009 Everything She Ever Wanted Dan Hollister Mini Series
2009–2010 The Dating Guy Anderson Anderson/Jenshrew the Alien (voice) Recurring (Seasons 1–2)
2009, 2011 Warehouse 13 Sam Martino Episode: 1.1 “Pilot”,
Episode: 1.9 “Regrets”,
Episode: 3.7 “Past Imperfect”
2009–present Heartland Peter Morris Recurring
2010 Murdoch Mysteries Constable Randall Tonwsend Episode: 3.2 “The Great Wall”
2010 The Bridge Kovinsky Episode: 1.4 “Vexation of Spirit”,
1.6 “God Bless the Child”
2010 The Devil’s Teardrop Len Hardy TV Movie
2010 A Heartland Christmas Peter Morris TV Movie
2011 The Kennedys Joe Kennedy Jr. Mini Series
2011 Wishing Well Griffin TV Movie
2011–2012 King Danny Sless Main (Seasons 1–2)
2012 Moving Day AJ Film
2012 Christmas Song Ken Stoddard TV Movie
2012 A Man’s World Paul Film
2013 Cracked Terry Dwyer Episode: 1.8 “The Thump Parade”
2013 Still Life: A Three Pines Mystery Peter Morrow TV Movie
2013 Ice Soldiers Frozen #1 Film
2014 The Listener Greg Turner Episode: 5.8 “White Whale”
2014 The Heckler 2nd Workshop Comedian Film
2014 Christmas at Cartwright’s Bill Maloney TV Movie
2014 The Day Santa Didn’t Come Syd Short
2015 Murder, She Baked: A Chocolate Chip Cookie Mystery Norman Rhodes TV Movie
2015 Teen Wolf Belasko Episode: 5.1 “Creatures of the Night”
2015 I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine Detective McDylan Film
2015 NCIS Navy Seal Commander Pete Grady Episode: 13.8 “Saviors”
2015 Murder, She Baked: A Plum Pudding Mystery Norman Rhodes TV Movie
2015 Last Chance for Christmas John TV Movie
2016 Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery Norman Rhodes TV Movie
2016 Lady Dynamite Craig Episode: 1.12 “Enter Super Grisham”
2016 Murder, She Baked: A Deadly Recipe Norman Rhodes TV Movie
2016 Give Me My Baby Nate Film
2016 Christmas List Jamie Houghton TV Movie
2017 Murder, She Baked: Just Desserts Norman Rhodes TV Movie
2017 Sea Change Ramsay TV Movie
2017 Wisdom of the Crowd Rob Forsythe Episode: 1.9 “Proof of Concept”
2017 Agents of Shield Crixon Episode: 5.20 “The One Who Will Save Us All”
2018 Condor Body Francis Recurring (Season 1)
2018–present Prince of Peoria Joosep Recurring
2019–present Tacoma FD Ike Crystal Main


  1. ^ a b c Kates, Kathyrn. "Now starring in their own home". February 9, 2008. The Star. Retrieved 6 October 2017.
  2. ^ Dru, Zoë; Kotsopoulos, Aspa (1 August 2008). Programming reality: perspectives on English-Canadian television. Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press. pp. 98–. ISBN 978-1-55458-010-1. Retrieved 17 August 2011.
  3. ^ "Inga Cadranel Biography". Retrieved 6 May 2014.
  4. ^ "Gabriel Hogan's answers to your questions last week – Blog – Heartland". Retrieved 4 October 2016.
  5. ^ a b c d "Meet the Cast". Retrieved 6 October 2017.
  6. ^ "Christmas Song (2012)". Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  7. ^ "King: Season 2 (4 Discs) DVD". Retrieved 6 October 2017.

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