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A charismatic young actor with a natural on-screen presence, Jonathan Togo found success in series television by portraying ambitious sweater-vest clad criminalist Ryan Wolfe on the hit drama, "CSI: Miami" (CBS, 2002- ). A graduate of Vassar College's prestigious theater program, Togo got his start on stage before making the transition to Hollywood. Joining the cast of "Miami" with only a few credits to his name, Togo proved that he could hold his own with the rest of the cast and quickly became an up-and-comer worth watching.Born Aug. 25, 1977 in Rockland, MA to Michael Togo, a retired graphic designer, and Sheila Togo, a store owner, Togo grew up in Rockland, where he attended Hebrew school as a child. Though Togo had acted since he was very young, it was not until he portrayed Tiny Tim in a production of "A Christmas Carol" as a teenager, that he began to consider acting as a profession. After graduating from Rockland High School in 1995, Togo went on to attend Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY, where he studied theater. Interested in music as well as theater, Togo performed in the band The Conquistadors in his off-time, with two of his band mates later forming the band The Bravery. After...

A charismatic young actor with a natural on-screen presence, Jonathan Togo found success in series television by portraying ambitious sweater-vest clad criminalist Ryan Wolfe on the hit drama, "CSI: Miami" (CBS, 2002- ). A graduate of Vassar College's prestigious theater program, Togo got his start on stage before making the transition to Hollywood. Joining the cast of "Miami" with only a few credits to his name, Togo proved that he could hold his own with the rest of the cast and quickly became an up-and-comer worth watching.

Born Aug. 25, 1977 in Rockland, MA to Michael Togo, a retired graphic designer, and Sheila Togo, a store owner, Togo grew up in Rockland, where he attended Hebrew school as a child. Though Togo had acted since he was very young, it was not until he portrayed Tiny Tim in a production of "A Christmas Carol" as a teenager, that he began to consider acting as a profession. After graduating from Rockland High School in 1995, Togo went on to attend Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY, where he studied theater. Interested in music as well as theater, Togo performed in the band The Conquistadors in his off-time, with two of his band mates later forming the band The Bravery. After receiving his BA in 1999, Togo went to New York City with little more than $500 to his name to pursue stage work. He appeared in productions of "Suburbia," "Conduct of Life," Romeo and Juliet," and "Our Country's Good," for which he won the Margaret Thatcher Kazan Award.

Togo went on to make his television debut in 2001 with a recurring role on the sci-fi cop show, "Special Unit 2" (UPN, 2001-02). He next appeared in the Sundance Director's Lab short, "Up" (2002) and landed guest appearances on the television series' "Judging Amy" (CBS, 1999-2005), "Law & Order" (NBC, 1990- ), and "Ed" (NBC, 2000-04). Making his feature film debut in 2003, Togo landed a small role opposite Sean Penn and Tim Robbins in the Clint Eastwood-directed drama "Mystic River." After debuting in such an auspicious film, he went on to appear in his second short film, "Raccoon" (2004) as well as guest star on the short-lived FOX series, "The Jury" (2004).

By 2004, Togo landed his career-making part when he joined the cast of the hit CBS crime drama, "CSI: Miami" (2002- ) during its third season. Portraying detective-turned-rookie crime scene investigator Ryan Wolfe, Togo jumped on board after the departure of series regular, Rory Cochrane. Though Togo was initially nervous about being the token newcomer, he meshed well with the cast and quickly found success with the highly-rated medical procedural series.

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 Taking Chances (2009)
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 Mystic River (2003) Pete
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