Henry Ian Cusick: A classical actor, a modern rage

April 26th, 2009 - 12:32 am ICT by GD  

You must have come across Desmond Hume in ‘Lost’, a famous television series that ran for a number of seasons with great success? Henry Ian Cusick plays this wonderful role. Cusick is one of the most versatile actors in the world. He was born in the year 1967 and comes from a Scottish and Peruvian ancestry. He is an actor who has proved his kettle on all three formats, including the stage, the television and cinema. His role in ‘Lost’, infact won him a nomination in the prestigious Primetime Emmy Awards.

Cusick began his career as a classical stage actor. Some of his major roles that he had played with much success are Dorian Gray (in The Picture of Dorian Gray),

Horner (in the Restoration comedy called The Country Wife) and Hamlet in Shakespeare’s play. He worked with the Royal Scottish Academy and Citizens’ Theatre. He is an actor who is fluent in both English and Spanish. His performances in various theatre festivals brought him much fame. He is a passionate actor who gives more than hundred percent in his roles in all acting formats. Some of his films include ‘Hitman’ in 2007 and ‘Dead Like Me: Life After Death’. He had also received special recommendation for the famous Ian Charleson Award (1995) for his classical theatre roles.

Cusick is married to his lady love Annie. They have a happy family with three excellent sons named Elias, Lucas and Esau. They reside in Hawaii at a place called Oahu. Beside his fame and appreciation he has also received some criticism from his co-actress on stage, Chelsea Stone. She had accused him of sexual assault during their performance in a play. She had also filed a recent lawsuit against him.

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