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English Actor Tahmoh Penikett
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Tahmoh Penikett is a renowned Canadian actor. He was born on 20th May 1975. He is mostly known for his role as Karl "Helo" Agathon in the SyFy television series “Battlestar Galactica.” The show was premiered in 2004. He also starred in the TV shows “Supernatural, Dollhouse, Continuum, and Need For Speed: Carbon” as the "Darius," a street racer. Penikett is a native of the White horse, Yukon. Tony Penikett, the former Yukon premier, and Lulla Sierra Johns, the Yukon's "White River First Nation," are his parents. When he was 12, he moved from England to Victoria, British Columbia. Sarah and Stephanie, his twin sisters, are his only siblings.

He studied acting at Vancouver's "Lyric School of Acting." Earlier, he graduated from the prestigious “Victoria Motion Picture School.” Tahmoh featured briefly as one of the first “Human-Form Replicators” in the sixth season of Stargate SG-1, "Unnatural Selection.” He portrayed “Ray Chase” in eleven episodes of the Canadian police program “Cold Squad,” from 2004 to 2005. He co-starred with actress Tori Spelling in the 2005 made-for-TV thriller “Hush” as “Noah Hamilton.” As a street racer named “Darius,” he appeared in the video game “Need for Speed: Carbon.”

Tahmoh also played “Elias Noth” in four episodes of “Whistler,” a famous television series. He voiced antagonist Troy Hammerschmidt in “Titan Maximum,” the Adult Swim show. He starred as “Matt Ellman” in Syfy's “Riverworld” mini-series in 2010. The series is based on the same-named science fiction novels by Philip José Farmer. Tahmoh also featured in the first two episodes of “Warner Brothers' Mortal Kombat: Legacy,” as “Kurtis Stryker.” The series premiered on YouTube in April. Eric Jacobus replaced Tahmoh in season 2 of the drama.

His early acting credits include roles on Canadian television shows like “Cold Squad” among others. He also starred in the TV show “Smallville” as “Vince Davis” in the Season 3 episode "Resurrection.” He also featured in the Season 6 episodes "Nemesis" and "Prototype" as "Sgt. Wes Keenan." In the 2004 “The L Word” episode "Losing It," he played a police officer for a primarily LGBT neighborhood. He co-starred with Battlestar Galactica's Nicki Clyne in a parallel storyline.
Penikett starred as “Paul Ballard” in “Dollhouse,” a science-fiction drama by Joss Whedon Joseph Hill Joss Whedon was born on 23 June 1964 i >> Read More... . The series aired on Fox network “Friday Nights” at 9:00 p.m. in 2009. “Dollhouse” was canceled after its second season, with the series finale airing on 29th January 2010. He guest-starred as “Jim Martin,” a politician, in the first season of Showcase's “Continuum.” He appeared as a cameo in season two of the show. In 2013, Penikett starred in the ninth season premiere of “Supernatural,” a CW TV show. He portrayed a fallen angel named "Ezekiel."

Tahmoh played "Michael Hastings," an ex-CIA agent and the leader of the terrorist group "The Regime Squad." In 2014, he appeared in the 200th episode of " Criminal Minds Criminal Minds is an American police crime fiction >> Read More... ." In 2014, he also featured in the award-winning web series "Riftworld Chronicles." Tahmoh reprised his role in episodes eighteen, twenty-one, and twenty-two. He secured another recurring role on the midseason drama “Star-Crossed” in February 2014.


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