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Background and personal life
Henry Ian Cusick was born in Peru to a Peruvian mother and Scottish father. His family lived in Trujillo for two years before traveling back to Europe to live in Spain and Scotland. Soon afterward, they moved to Trinidad and Tobago, where Cusick lived until he was fifteen years old, attending Presentation College.
At fifteen, Cusick returned to Scotland, where he attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow and then joined the Citizens' Theatre after being asked to leave the academy due to attendance issues.
After fourteen years of cohabitation, Cusick married Annie Wood in June 2006, with whom he has three children: Elias, Lucas and Esau.
Cusick traveled with many theatre troups, performing many plays, such as the title role in The Picture of Dorian Grey. He later began taking roles in film and television, including a recurring role in both The Book Group and Casualty. He then portrayed Jesus in the 2003 The Gospel of John. He played Theo Stoller on the fifth season of 24 and played Udre Belicoff in the film adaptation of the popular video game Hitman. Most recently he played Charles Darwin in the TV movie Darwin's Darkest Hour.
|Dead Like Me||Movie||Cameron Kane||2009|
|24||Television series||Theo Stoller (2 episodes)||2006|
|LOST||Television series||Desmond Hume||2005 -2010|
|The Gospel of John||Movie||Jesus||2003|
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- While working on the 2007 Hitman film, Cusick consulted with fellow Lost actor Jorge Garcia about the games and in-game character characteristics.
- Supports the Scottish Premier League team Dundee United.
- Goes by the name "Ian".
- Speaks fluent Spanish.
- Hates to fly.
- Once had a job delivering water which was "stressful" as he would always get lost.
- Official Website.
- Henry Ian Cusick's profile on the Internet Movie Database.
- Biography - at ABC Medianet.
- Honolulu Advertiser 2/7/07 - Annie Wood organizes fundraiser
- Washington Post Interview April 25, 2008.