Warren Derosa

Action movie actor Warren Derosa has shared the screen with such popular stars as Jean-Claude Van Damme and Wesley Snipes. Derosa's career began in 1996 with a regular role playing the duplicitous Robert Hawthorne on the long-running British soap opera "Hollyoaks." Bad boy Hawthorne terrorized the girls of "Hollyoaks" until 2000, when a juvenile prank resulted in his demise. Next, Derosa scored a one-off on the Australian drama "Crash Palace" before making his film debut with a small role in the Wesley Snipes-fronted heist-thriller "7 Seconds." Derosa went on to appear in two more of Snipes' action movies, earning supporting roles in the Russia-set thriller "The Marksman" and the Europe-traversing flick "The Detonator." In 2006, Derosa took on double duty in the sci-fi thriller "Connors' War," serving as producer while playing a supporting role opposite Naughty by Nature rapper Anthony "Treach" Criss. Derosa made his first appearance on American television with a spot on the witch adventure series "Charmed" before appearing alongside the Muscles from Brussels, Jean-Claude Van Damme, in the 2006 military thriller "Second in Command." Shortly thereafter, he made his way to premium cable with a recurring role on Showtime's psychiatry dramedy "Huff." Since then, Derosa scored roles on the crime drama "CSI: NY" and the animated "American Dad! ." He also performed a co-starring role, appearing opposite Treach in the secret agent action-thriller "The Art of War III: Retribution."