Who is Ian Bohen?

Ian Stuart Bohen was born in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California USA, on 24 September 1976 – his zodiac sign is Libra and he holds American nationality. He is an actor, probably known best for his portrayal of Peter Hale in the action fantasy series “Teen Wolf”, created by Jeff Davis and which starred Tyler Posey, Holland Roden and Dylan O’Brien. It follows two teenagers, one of whom gets bitten by a werewolf thus turning his life upside down. The series aired from 2011 to 2017, and won 23 awards out of the 62 it was nominated for.

Early life and education

Ian was raised alongside his older brother in Carmel by their parents, who prefer to be left out of media thus nothing about them is known.

He became interested in acting while attending elementary school, and began attending auditions for roles in both movies and TV series when in high school. In 1992 aged 15, Ian launched his career by portraying Capulet in the episode “Swear Not by the Moon” of the family comedy series “The Torkelsons”, and in the following year starred as Jimmy Wakefield in the short drama “Delivering”, written and directed by Todd Field. He went on to appear in the 1994 critically acclaimed biographical crime adventure movie “Wyatt Earp”, which starred Kevin Costner and Dennis Quaid and follows a man who becomes famous thanks to his heroic and romantic actions. The movie won three awards and was nominated for seven others, including an Oscar.

Upon matriculating in 1994, Ian chose not to enroll at a college, but to focus on his acting career.

Roles in TV series

In 1995, Ian made a guest appearance in an episode of both the action crime adventure “Walker, Texas Ranger”, and the family western drama “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”, and after appearing in an episode or two of various other series, he gained recognition in 1997 when cast to play the supporting character Young Hercules in the action adventure drama “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys”, created by Christian Williams and which starred Kevin Sorbo, Michael Hurst and Kevin Smith. It follows Hercules and his best friend Ioalus as they go on adventures together, and help those in need. The series won seven of the 28 awards it was nominated for.

From 1998 to 2001, Ian portrayed another supporting character, Johnny O’Brien in the drama “Any Day Now”, which follows a white and a black woman who reunite after not having seen each other for years.

It won six awards and was nominated for 31 others, including a Primetime Emmy. Ian went on to make a guest appearance in several series, such as the action crime drama “JAG”, the mystery crime drama “Cold Case”, and the comedy crime drama “Joan of Arcadia”.  His following notable performance was in the 2012 thriller “Breakout Kings”, created by Matt Olmstead and Nick Santora, and which starred Domenick Lombardozzi, Brooke Nevin and Malcolm Goodwin. It follows a team of marshals and convicts working together to catch several prison escapees.

The year 2014 saw Ian play Edwin Stillwell in the hit action crime drama “Chicago P. D.”, and his most recent role in a TV series has been in the western drama “Yellowstone”, created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson, and which stars Kevin Costner, Kelly Reilly and Luke Grimes.

It follows a Montana family living on their ranch who have to deal with those trying to take their land from them. It’s been airing since 2018, and has won two of the six awards it’s been nominated for.

Roles in movies

In 1995, Ian played Scott in the musical horror comedy “Monster Mash: The Movie”, which failed to attract a lot of attention and received mixed reviews. A couple of his following roles were in the 1996 drama “Her Last Chance”, the 1998 action adventure fantasy “Young Hercules” in which he starred alongside Dean O’Gorman and Chris Conrad, and the critically acclaimed 2001 historical action drama “Pearl Harbor”, which won 14 awards including an Oscar.

The year 2006 saw Ian play Ted Exiler in the science fiction comedy “Special”, written and directed by Hal Haberman and Jeremy Passmore, and which starred Michael Rapaport, Paul Blackthorne and Josh Peck.

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It follows Les Franken who, after taking a new medication, starts believing he’s a superhero; the movie won one of the five awards it was nominated for. Some of Ian’s following roles were in the 2007 romantic musical comedy “Marigold”, the 2008 short crime thriller “Interpretation”, and the 2010 thriller “Irreversi”.

Perhaps the most popular movie Ian has appeared in was the 2012 action adventure “The Dark Knight Rises”, written and directed by Christopher Nolan, and which starred Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy. The film is set eight years after Batman defeated The Joker, and follows Batman and Catwoman as they are fighting against the new enemy, Bane. It won 38 awards, and was nominated for 103 others, including a BAFTA.

Another popular movie in which Ian played a supporting character was the 2017 mystery crime drama “Wind River”, written and directed by Taylor Sheridan, and which starred Kelsey Asbille, Jeremy Renner and Julia Jones. It follows an FBI agent helped by a veteran hunter, as they try to find the man who killed a girl on a Wyoming Native American reservation; it won 14 of the 40 awards it was nominated for. The following year saw Ian appear in another hit movie “Sicario: Day of the Soldado”, and he also played the supporting character Freddy in the family drama “Little Women”, and appeared in the short musical “Give Me Your Hand”.

Ian’s most recent role in a movie has been in the 2019 short comedy “Fanboy”, written and directed by Gillian Greene and which also starred Fran Kranz and Jed Rees.

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It follows a young man travelling to Hollywood from South Carolina, after learning that his favorite film director is hiring actors for his upcoming movie.

Other credits

Ian has two directing and one writing credit – in 2011, he directed the short thriller film “Morning Love”, and in 2016 wrote and directed the short drama “The Tow”.

Ian worked as a cinematographer on the 2011 film “Morning Love”, and on the 2015 short comedy “The Juilliard of Broken Dreams”.

He appeared in the 2016 TV special “MTV Fandom Awards”, as well as in three talk-shows: “Teen Wolf Revelations”, “Wolf Watch” and “Fox News Sunday”.

Awards and nominations

Ian has been nominated for two awards: a 2009 Action on Film International Film Festival Award for Male Action Performer of the Year for his performance in the short film “Interpretation”, and a 2017 Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Saturn Award for Best Guest Performance in a Television Series for his role in the fantasy action “Teen Wolf”.

Love life and spouse

Ian is very open when it comes to his dating life, and there are ten women whom he has dated that the public knows about.

Sometime in the 2000s, Ian spent several months dating the popular actress Adelaide Kane, and he then dated the model Gintare Sudziute for around a year. His next girlfriend was the model Amila Ibragimova, and as they split after several months, Ian went on to date the model Eliza Cummings-Cove for around half a year. In 2013, he started dating Holland Roden, an American actress known best for her role in the series “Teen Wolf”, and the two were together for more than a year before splitting for unknown reasons.

In 2014, Ian dated three American actresses: Kelley Jakle, Haley Webb and Sierra Love.

His longest relationship has been with American model Megan Irminger, who has walked the catwalk for various famous designers, including Lela Rose and Naeem Khan. The two dated from 2017 to 2019 before breaking up for unknown reasons.There are also rumors circulating the internet that Ian once dated (or only slept with) popular Canadian actress Laysia De Oliv

a. As of March 2021, Ian appears to be single, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Hobbies and other interests

Ian enjoys being active on social media networks, especially on Instagram as his account is followed by more than 2.4 million people, while he’s uploaded over 1,000 pictures, most of which have been taken during his everyday life.

He is a lover of animals with horses being his favorites, and Ian has ridden them since he was a teenager. He also likes dogs, and has had two pet dogs since the launch of his acting career.

Ian is physically very active, as he has several training sessions at the gym each week, while he also plays various sports including soccer and golf.

He has his own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are JR Borne (also his best friend), Russell Crowe and Natalie Portman, and his favorite movies include “The Gladiator”, “V for Vendetta” and “Leon: The Professional”.

Age, height and net worth

Ian’s age is 44. He has short brown hair and blue eyes, his height is 5ft 11ins (1.8m) and he weighs around 170lbs (77kgs). As of March 2021, his net worth has been estimated at over $600,000.

Author

Robbie is currently a reporter for TheBiography based in Santa Monica, CA. Prior to joining TheBiography in December 2020, he was an entertainment reporter in People.

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