Henry Ian Cusick, a Peruvian-Scottish actor who works in theatre, film, and television, was born on April 17, 1967. He is also a director.
|Full name||Henry Ian Cusick|
|Date of birth||April 17, 1967|
|Net worth||$1 million|
|Marital status||Married (Annie Cusick)|
Early life and education
On April 17, 1967, Henry Lan Cusick was born in Trujillo, Peru. Cusick was conceived by Scottish father Henry Joseph Cusick and Peruvian mother Esperanza Chavez. His family first relocated to Glasgow, then to Madrid, Spain, and then to Trinidad and Tobago, where they stayed for a remarkably long period.
Cusick attended San Fernando’s Presentation College. When he was fourteen, his family relocated to Newton Mearns, a town just outside Glasgow, Scotland. Cusick attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
Parents and family
Speaking of his parents, Henry Joseph Cusick, a Scotsman, is his father, and Esperanza Chavez, a Peruvian, is his mother. There is no information available on his sister, brothers, or any family members.
Cusick started off as a classical theatrical performer. In The Picture of Dorian Grey starring Rupert Everett, he played Dorian Grey. In The Marovitz Hamlet, he played Hamlet. In The Country Wife, he played Horner. He received a citation at the 1995 Lan Charleson Awards for best performance by a young actor in a classical theatrical role for his roles in the productions of Oedipus at the Citizens’ theatrical and Torquato Tasso at the Edinburgh International Festival in 1994.
He played Jesus Christ in the 2003 movie The Visual Bible: The Gospel of John after making appearances in recurring parts in television shows like Casualty and The Book Group. In 2005, he was given his biggest part to date when he was chosen to play Desmond Hume in the ABC drama Lost. When Cusick visited his buddy Brian Cox’s house and met Cox’s neighbour, he was given the part.
In two episodes of season five of 24 in the 2007 film Hitman, he also played Theo Stoller. He plays the lead role in the direct-to-DVD movie Dead Like Me: Life After Death, which is a sequel to the eponymous cult television series. Cusick played Erik Weber, a vigilante alongside the Citizens Organised Against Predators group, in two episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in the twelfth season. In 2011, he appeared on ABC’s Scandal, but he left the show in 2012.
Additionally, he played Marcus Kane in The 100, which debuted in March 2014, until his character exchanged bodies with another actor. He also played Trent Marsh in Body of Proof. In addition, Cusick produced the short film Dress, which was shot in his native Kailua, Hawaii, and won best short at both HIFF and the Peace on Earth Film Festival.
2017 saw Cusick team up with digital startup JamBios to promote their social platform for sharing memories and remembering. He recorded more than 200 questions that Monty, the digital biography, asks individuals to jog their memories, and he performs as Monty. Annie Cusick, Cusick’s wife, is in charge of running the JamBios Memory Gallery. He recorded more than 200 questions that Monty, the digital biography, asks individuals to jog their memories, and he performs as Monty. Annie Cusick, Cusick’s wife, is in charge of running the JamBios Memory Gallery.
Cusick and his wife Annie Cusick have three sons together,, Eli (born 1994), Lucas (born 1998), and Esau (born 2000), who reside in Edinburgh,
His net worth is reportedly $1 million.