Stephen Hogan

Stephen Hogan trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and worked extensively on the stage in the United Kingdom. He made his acting debut as a child in the Scottish soap opera "Take The High Road," but didn't return to the screen for fifteen years. He has also appeared in a number of radio programs for the BBC and was a member of the BBC Radio Repertory Company. Some of his most notable British television roles include in Robespierre in "Terror! Robespierre and the French Revolution" and appearances on "Primeval." Hogan's biggest exposure to American audiences was his role as Sir Henry Norris on the third season of Showtime's historical hit "The Tudors." In the cinema, he had a notable part in Iraq war drama "Kingdom Of Dust" as hostage Adam Smith, as well as the lead role of Sky Marshal Omar Anoke in "Starship Troopers 3: Marauder." Hogan also contributed a song to that movie's soundtrack. His latest projects include the sci-fi romance "Earthbound" and TV movie "Saving The Titanic," about the engineers who valiantly struggled to keep power running on the ship as it sank. He has also provided alien voices for the Sony video game "Killzone 2."