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Also Known As: Warren Blosjo, Warren David Blosjo Jr. Died:
Born: September 23, 1977 Cause of Death:
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Warren Kole was widely seen in the blockbuster comic book adaptation "The Avengers" (2012), in which he played a government agent who joins forces with the superhero team. His most accomplished work, however, was in film and television roles that occasionally seemed at odds with Kole's clean-cut, all-American good looks. Initially working under his real name, Warren Blosjo, the native of the Texas hill country began his career with small roles in independent films like "A Love Song for Bobby Long" (2004). His first co-starring role came in the low-budget raunchfest "Cougar Club" (2007), in which he played an aspiring law student in constant pursuit of "cougars," or older women interested in younger men. Kole found more substantial work on television, playing a traitorous Secret Service agent on the seventh season of suspense series "24" (Fox 2001-2010), followed by story arcs on the short-lived procedural dramas "Mental" (Fox 2009) and "The Chicago Code" (Fox 2011). Those led to a starring role on the buddy-cop comedy-drama "Common Law" (USA 2012), in which he played a tightly wound police detective partnered with a laid-back ladies' man. "Common Law" was canceled after only one season and middling...

Warren Kole was widely seen in the blockbuster comic book adaptation "The Avengers" (2012), in which he played a government agent who joins forces with the superhero team. His most accomplished work, however, was in film and television roles that occasionally seemed at odds with Kole's clean-cut, all-American good looks. Initially working under his real name, Warren Blosjo, the native of the Texas hill country began his career with small roles in independent films like "A Love Song for Bobby Long" (2004). His first co-starring role came in the low-budget raunchfest "Cougar Club" (2007), in which he played an aspiring law student in constant pursuit of "cougars," or older women interested in younger men. Kole found more substantial work on television, playing a traitorous Secret Service agent on the seventh season of suspense series "24" (Fox 2001-2010), followed by story arcs on the short-lived procedural dramas "Mental" (Fox 2009) and "The Chicago Code" (Fox 2011). Those led to a starring role on the buddy-cop comedy-drama "Common Law" (USA 2012), in which he played a tightly wound police detective partnered with a laid-back ladies' man. "Common Law" was canceled after only one season and middling reviews, but Kole carried on, appearing in a small role as a SHIELD agent in "The Avengers," an enormous worldwide success. His next television role came with "The Following" (Fox 2013-15), a horror-themed show starring Kevin Bacon. In the key supporting role of Tim "Roderick" Nelson, the second-in-command of a murderous cult, Kole revealed a more sinister side that made Nelson one of the show's most compelling characters.

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 Avengers, The (2012)
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 Mother's Day (2012)
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 Cougar Club (2007)
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 One Last Thing (2005)
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