Ian Bohen’s career as a film and television actor dates back to the early 90s and over the years, he has featured in numerous movies and TV shows. To television audiences, Ian Bohen is best known for his recurring role as Peter Hale on the MTV supernatural series Teen Wolf. He has also had regular roles on other hit shows like Breakout Kings, Chicago P.D., and Yellowstone. On the big screen, the talented actor has also given a good account of himself having appeared in highly successful movies like Pearl Harbor, The Dark Knight Rises, and Wind River.
This film and TV star was born Ian Stuart Bohen on the 24th day of September in the year 1976. He was born and raised in Carmel-by-the-Sea, a city in Monterey County, California. Information about his parents, his upbringing, and his early education are pretty scarce. However, we are in the know that he has an older brother. He is also known to have begun his acting career in the early 90s when he was still a teenager.
Ian Bohen’s Movies and TV Shows
Ian Bohen marked his acting debut in the short film Delivering (1993) in which he played the role of Jimmy Wakefield. His next film role was in the Oscar-nominated biopic Wyatt Earp (1994) after which he appeared in the horror-themed musical film Monster Mash (1995). He also portrayed the titular character in the TV pilot Young Hercules (1998).
Bohen had a small role in the highly successful action film Pearl Harbor (2001) starring alongside a star-studded cast which included Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett, and Kate Beckinsale. He also had roles in the Sci-Fi comedy flick Special (2006) as well as the musical comedy Marigold (2007). The talented actor then appeared in the thriller film Irreversi (2010), the English version of the Mandarin-language film Hui lu.
Ian Bohen played the role of a cop in Christian Bale’s third Batman film The Dark Knight Rises (2012) which was a box-office monster. More recently, he has featured in crime films like Wind River (2017) and Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018) as well as the drama film Little Women (2018).
Bohen’s small screen credits are equally as impressive as his feature film credits. In the early years of his career, he guest-starred in different hit TV shows including Weird Science (1994), Walker, Texas Ranger (1995), Picket Fences (1996), and Baywatch Nights (1997). He also starred in the made-for-TV movies Her Last Chance (1996) and If These Walls Could Talk (1996).
The talented actor landed his first recurring role as Young Hercules on the action TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (1997-98). He reprised the role of Young Hercules in the pilot movie of a spin-off series Young Hercules (1998), however, he was replaced by Ryan Gosling in the lead role because he chose not to relocate to New Zealand where the series was filmed.
Bohen got his next regular role on the series Any Day Now (1998-2001) in which he portrayed the recurring character, Johnny O’Brien. He guest-starred on different series afterward including Cold Case (2004), Prison Break (2009), CSI: Miami (2010), and Drop Dead Diva (2011). Also in 2011, he landed the recurring role of Peter Hale on the supernatural teen series Teen Wolf (2011-17). The role can be said to have cemented Bohen’s status as an A-list television star.
Following his brilliant performance in Teen Wolf, Bohen has gotten much more screen time on other TV shows. He played the recurring role of Daniel Dunn in the series Breakout Kings (2012), he appeared briefly in the crime series Major Crimes (2012) starring as Daniel Dunn and he portrayed the recurring character Sergeant Edwin Stillwell on NBC’s crime-action series Chicago P.D. (2014). More recently, he got cast in the drama series Yellowstone (2018-present) in which he portrays the recurring character Ryan, a Cowboy wrangler.
Other Facts About Ian Bohen
Ian Bohen is in a relationship with an American-born fashion model known as Megan Irminger. This cute couple has been together since June 2017.
Bohen appeared in the 2016 music video of the hit track “Where’s the Love?” by The Black Eyed Peas. In 2018, the talented actor starred in the video of the song “Give Me Your Hand” by American artist Shannon K.
The Hollywood star marked his directorial debut on the short film Morning Love (2011) and he also served as the cinematographer and editor of the movie. He has equally written and directed another short film The Tow (2016).
Bohen’s performance on Teen Wolf earned him a nomination for the Best Guest Performance in a Television Series at the 2017 Saturn Awards.
He stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (178 cm) and sports a trim physique, maintaining a bodyweight of about 73 kg (161 lb).