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Also Known As: Shawn Wayne Hatosy, Walt Logan Field Died:
Born: December 29, 1975 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Frederick, Maryland, USA Profession: actor

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One of several popular young actors who emerged in the late 1990s, Shawn Hatosy stood out from the pack with his intense portrayal of unlikable and even dangerous figures in projects like "John Q" (2002), "The Cooler" (2003) and "Alpha Dog" (2007). However, his talents allowed him to tackle more even-tempered figures, including the smart-alecky lead in "Outside Providence" (1998), the future Senator John McCain in "Faith of My Fathers" (A&E, 2005), and a hard-working detective on "Southland" (NBC/TNT, 2009- ). Eschewing fame for quality work seemed to boost Hatosy's stature in the entertainment community from hopeful to fine character actor, which he continued to cultivate with complex turns on "Dexter" (Showtime, 2006- ), among other projects.

One of several popular young actors who emerged in the late 1990s, Shawn Hatosy stood out from the pack with his intense portrayal of unlikable and even dangerous figures in projects like "John Q" (2002), "The Cooler" (2003) and "Alpha Dog" (2007). However, his talents allowed him to tackle more even-tempered figures, including the smart-alecky lead in "Outside Providence" (1998), the future Senator John McCain in "Faith of My Fathers" (A&E, 2005), and a hard-working detective on "Southland" (NBC/TNT, 2009- ). Eschewing fame for quality work seemed to boost Hatosy's stature in the entertainment community from hopeful to fine character actor, which he continued to cultivate with complex turns on "Dexter" (Showtime, 2006- ), among other projects.

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 Public Enemies (2009)
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 Nobel Son (2007)
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 Factory Girl (2006)
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 Alpha Dog (2006)
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 Little Athens (2005)
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 Swimmers (2005)
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 Winning Season, The (2004) Joe Soshack
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1986:
Began acting in local theater productions at age 10
1995:
Made TV acting debut in an episode of NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street"
1995:
Had a bit part in his film debut, "Home For the Holidays"
1996:
Was featured in the CBS TV-movie, "Double Jeopardy"
1996:
Featured in "All Over Me"
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Relocated to Los Angeles
1997:
First received attention as one of Kevin Kline's students in "In & Out"
1997:
Had small roles in "Inventing the Abbotts" and "The Postman"
1998:
Played the star quarterback in the sci-fi thriller, "The Faculty"
1999:
Played the lead role of Timothy 'Dildo' Dunphy in the comedy, "Outside Providence"
1999:
Starred opposite Natalie Portman in "Anywhere But Here"
2000:
Played Irish writer Brendan Behan in "Borstal Boy"
2001:
Appeared in Nick Cassavetes' "John Q"
2003:
Co-starred in "A Soldier's Girl," with Troy Garity starring as a Soldier who is beaten to death for falling in love with a transgender
2003:
Played William H. Macy's son in "The Cooler"
2005:
Cast in "Dallas 362," the directorial debut of Scott Caan
2007:
Re-teamed with Nick Cassavetes for "Alpha Dog"
2009:
Cast as Det. Sammy Bryanton on the drama series, "Southland"; premiered on NBC, but later moved to TNT
2009:
Appeared in Werner Herzog's "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans"
2010:
Appeared on the fifth season of Showtime's "Dexter" as
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