Irish-born actor Stephen Hogan trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Afterwards, he achieved leading roles across several stages including performances at the Royal National Theatre in London and the prestigious Abbey and Gate Theatres in Dublin. Hogan began his screen career in 1993 and since that time has accumulated numerous leading credits both in film and television.
The year 2008 found Hogan involved with high-level screen projects starting with the Showtime period drama “The Tudors” where he played the role of Sir Henry Norris. Next, he was cast in the leading role of Sky Marshal Anoke in the cult Sci-Fi trilogy epic “Starship Troopers 3: Marauder”, starring alongside Casper Van Dien. Entering the 2010s, Stephen found steady work between film and television building a reputation for strong supporting and guest lead roles on the TV series “Injustice” (BBC), “Primeval (ITV) and “X Company” (CBC/Sony Pictures) and the Chanel Four drama “Saving the Titanic.”
In 2017 Hogan was seen in several high-profile productions including Transformers: The Last Knight (Paramount), “The Foreigner” opposite Jacki Chan and Pierce Brosnan, The Young Karl Marx (Agat Films & CIE) and the critically acclaimed Irish movie “Handsome Devil” (Treasure Entertainment & Netflix). Other recent films include Jarhead 3: The Siege (Universal), Earthbound (Paper Dreams), Dracula: The Dark Prince (Lionsgate), and The Sweeter Side of Life (Motion Picture Corporation of America). In 2018, he will be seen in the much-anticipated movie “We Have Always Lived in the Castle” (Sony Pictures), directed by Stacie Passon and adapted from Shirley Jackson’s 1962 novel of the same name.
His television work continues to develop and 2017 saw Stephen playing the leading role of Padraig Kelly in the BBC1 prime-time drama series “Redwater”.