Colin Hanks

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Colin Hanks

American actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1977.

Countries: United States (74%), Texas (9%), Sweden (4%)

Main connections: Jack Black, Orange County (film), Schuyler Fisk

Linked to: Hofstra University, Loyola Marymount University

 

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Colin Hanks was born in 1977 add something


1999

In 1999, Hanks won the role of Alex Whitman in the science fiction series "Roswell", where he appeared for the first two seasons add something


2000

During that time, he acted in the 2000 teen comedy "Whatever It Takes" with Shane West and Aaron Paul add something


2002

Hanks is best known for starring in the 2002 film "Orange County", as well as television roles including Alex Whitman in "Roswell", Henry Jones in "Band of Brothers", Travis Marshall in "Dexter" and Officer Gus Grimly in "Fargo", as well as co-starring in the 2010 Fox TV series "The Good Guys" add something

 

In 2002, he starred in his first film as Shaun Brumder in "Orange County", alongside Jack Black and Schuyler Fisk add something

 

Schuyler Fisk - She is perhaps most well known for her supporting role in the 2002 teen comedy, "Orange County", starring opposite Colin Hanks and Jack Black

 

Orange County (film) - "'Orange County"' is a 2002 American comedy film starring Colin Hanks and Jack Black


2005

In 2005, he appeared in the remake of "King Kong", playing the assistant to Jack Black's character add something


2006

In 2006, Hanks had a cameo role in Black's "Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny", playing a drunken fraternity brother add something


2008

In 2008, he appeared in "The Great Buck Howard", which was produced by his father and starred John Malkovich add something


2009

In 2009 Hanks began work as director on a documentary about Tower Records add something

 

In 2009, he made his Broadway debut, acting alongside Jane Fonda in the Mois├ęs Kaufman play "33 Variations" add something

 

In June 2009, Hanks became engaged to former New York publicist Samantha Bryant add something


2010

Hanks starred in the 2010 Fox TV series "The Good Guys", playing young detective Jack Bailey, alongside Bradley Whitford who plays an old school detective add something

 

The couple married on May 8, 2010, in Los Angeles add something

 

Hanks is an avid fan of the San Francisco Giants baseball team, and attended their World Series-clinching victory in Texas in November 2010 add something

 

Michael Chiklis - MCB's prior music was another single, "Make Me High" written for the independent film "High School" starring Chiklis, Adrien Brody, Colin Hanks and Matt Bush, single released spring 2011


2011

In 2011 he starred in the indie film "Lucky", alongside Ari Graynor, Ann-Margret and Jeffrey Tambor add something


2012

He is the official Kevin and Bean LA Kings playoff correspondent for 2012 and 2013 add something


2013

Malcolm Perry (physician) - In the 2013 film "Parkland", Perry is portrayed by Colin Hanks

 

Fargo (film) - On October 3, 2013, it was announced that Colin Hanks would be cast in the role of Duluth Police Deputy Gus Grimly


 

In 2014, he played Officer Gus Grimly in the &FX television series "Fargo", for which he received a Critics' Choice and Primetime Emmy award nomination add something


2015

Hanks directed the documentary "All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records", released in 2015 add something

 

Justin Chatwin - After Shameless, Justin Chatwin pursued his film carreer with lead roles in the sci-fi musical "Bang Bang Baby", 2015 Toronto International Film Festival winner for Best Canadian Film and the romantic comedy "No Stranger Than Love" with Alison Brie and Colin Hanks


2017

In 2017, Hanks appears as the Adult Alex Vreeke in the film "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" add something


2018

In 2018, Hanks portrays a young Mr. Rogers on the Comedy Central show "Drunk History" add something