Ian Stuart Bohen (born September 24, 1976) is an American actor best known for his role as Peter Hale in MTV's Teen Wolf and as Ryan in Paramount Network's drama series Yellowstone. Bohen also appeared in a recurring role as Roy Hazelitt, who vied for the same woman as Don Draper, in AMC's Mad Men.
Ian Stuart Bohen
September 24, 1976
Carmel, California, U.S.
|Known for||Teen Wolf|
Life and careerEdit
Bohen was born and raised in Carmel, California. He began his film-acting career in 1993, making his debut in Todd Field's AFI Conservatory project, Delivering. He followed this with a turn as "Young Earp" to Kevin Costner's "Wyatt," in Lawrence Kasdan's 1994 Oscar nominated film, Wyatt Earp.
In 1997, Bohen landed the role of Young Hercules in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. He recurred in flashbacks as the young hero during the series. A spin-off of the popular show was made into a television movie, Young Hercules, with Bohen appearing again as Hercules in his formative years. A children's television series was later commissioned, but Bohen declined to return to the role as he was unwilling to move to New Zealand full-time. Between 1998 and 2001, he appeared in ten episodes of Any Day Now as Johnny O'Brien.
From 2011–2017, Bohen had a recurring role in MTV's Teen Wolf portraying Peter Hale. The main antagonist of the first season, he appeared in 42 episodes during most of the subsequent seasons until the show's end. Bohen enjoyed the challenge of playing such a morally ambiguous character. He also was proud of Teen Wolf portraying LGBT relationships on television.
In 2016, Bohen was cast in Taylor Sheridan's directorial feature film debut, Wind River. Bohen co-starred in Sicario: Day of the Soldado, the sequel to the 2015 film Sicario, directed by Denis Villeneuve. The film premiered on June 29, 2018. Starting in June 2018, Bohen has portrayed recurring character Ryan, a Cowboy wrangler, in the television series Yellowstone.
Bohen appears in Little Women, a modern adaption of Louisa May Alcott's novel of the same name, portraying Freddy Bhaer, a German professor who strikes up a friendship with Jo March. The film was released on September 28, 2018, to coincide with the book's 150th anniversary publishing date.
|1993||Delivering||Jimmy Wakefield||Short film|
|1994||Wyatt Earp||Young Wyatt|
|1998||Young Hercules||Young Hercules|
|2001||Pearl Harbor||Radar Operator #1|
|2002||Hometown Legend||Brian Schuler|
|2007||Marigold||Barry||also known as Marigold: An Adventure in India|
|2011||Fanboy||Craft Maitre D'||Short film|
|2012||The Dark Knight Rises||Cop with Gordon|
|2018||Sicario: Day of the Soldado||Carson Wills|
|2018||Little Women||Freddy Bhaer|
|1994||Weird Science||Jeremy Scanlon||Episode: "Camp Wannabe"|
|1995||Walker, Texas Ranger||Keith Reno||Episode: "War Zone"|
|1995||Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman||Cole Younger||Episode: "Baby Outlaws"|
|1996||Boy Meets World||Denny||Episode: "Life Lessons"|
|1996||Picket Fences||Russell 'Doze' Feuer||Episode: "Liver Let Die"|
|1996||Her Last Chance||Matt Arnold||Television film|
|1996||If These Walls Could Talk||Scott Barrows||Television film|
|1996||Townies||Jeremy||Episode: "It's Go Time"|
|1997||Baywatch Nights||Teen||Episode: "Zargtha"|
|1997–1998||Hercules: The Legendary Journeys||Young Hercules||Recurring role; 4 episodes|
|1998||Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction||Son||Guest role; 2 episodes|
|1998||Dawson's Creek||Anderson Crawford||Episode: "Kiss"|
|1998||To Have & to Hold||Reed Sanderson||Episode: "Driveway to Heaven"|
|1998–2001||Any Day Now||Johnny O'Brien||Recurring role; 15 episodes|
|2004||JAG||P.O Thurmond||Episode: "Trojan Horse"|
|2004||Cold Case||Nelson Miller 1943||Episode: "Factory Girls"|
|2004||Joan of Arcadia||Peter||Episode: "Wealth of Nations"|
|2007||Mad Men||Roy Hazelitt||Episodes: "The Hobo Code" & "Babylon"|
|2009||Prison Break||Darrin Hooks||Episode: "Cowboys and Indians"|
|2010||CSI: Miami||Doug||Episode: "Manhunt"|
|2011||Drop Dead Diva||Handsome Man||Episode: "Hit and Run"|
|2011||Body of Proof||Mitch Barnes||Episode: "Gross Anatomy"|
|2011–2017||Teen Wolf||Peter Hale||Recurring role; 42 episodes (seasons 1-4, 6)|
|2012||Breakout Kings||Pete Gillies||Recurring role; 7 episodes|
|2012||The Mentalist||Richard Eldridge||Episode: "War Of The Roses"|
|2012||Major Crimes||Daniel Dunn||Recurring role; 4 episodes|
|2013||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Thomas Pope / Johnathan Harris||Episode: "Ghosts of the Past"|
|2013||The Client List||Adam||Episode: "When I Say I Do"|
|2014||Beauty & the Beast||Pete Franco||Episode: "Ancestors"|
|2014||Chicago P.D.||Sergeant Edwin Stillwell||Recurring role; 8 episodes|
|2018–present||Yellowstone||Ryan||Recurring role; 15 episodes|
|2016||"#WHERESTHELOVE"||Himself||The Black Eyed Peas (ft. The World)|||
|2018||"Give Me Your Hand"||Himself||Shannon K|||
|2011||Morning Love||Short film; also cinematographer and editor|
|2016||The Tow||Short film; also writer|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2009||Action on Film Award||Male Action Performer of the Year||Interpretation||Nominated|||
|2017||Saturn Awards||Best Guest Performance in a Television Series||Teen Wolf||Nominated|||
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- "Ian Bohen joins Little Women". Deadline Hollywood. June 8, 2017.
- "#WHERESTHELOVE CREDITS". #WHERESTHELOVE official website. Retrieved April 5, 2018.
- Fonseca, Selma (November 1, 2018). "Shannon K Fights Bullying With Positivity In 'Give Me Your Hand' Video: Premiere". Billboard. Retrieved November 5, 2018.
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