Ian Anthony Dale Family - Wife and Children
Ian Anthony Dale and wife Nicole Garippo are blessed with a baby boy. Dale got married to his best friend Nicole in 2016 and are living a blissful life.
- Parents: Jack Dale
- Wife: Nicole Garippo
- Children: 1 son
- Marital Status: Married
Born and raised in Saint Paul, Minnesota, his father always wanted him to be a genius in sports but Ian had some other plans for his future.
Though he had a good interest in sports, his greater lure to films made him graduate with film degree leaving sports at one corner.
He got enrolled at the St. Mary's University in Winona, Minnesota where he gathered humongous knowledge on stage and theatre. After a while, he attended the University of Wisconsin–Madison and earned his graduation.
Ian Anthony Dale - Movies and TV shows
In order to fulfill his dream, Ian had to work as a carpenter for his survival during his struggle days. After a long time struggle, finally, he got his breakthrough role in an episode of Fastlane a TV series in 2002.
Since then, he was seen in various other shows including Angel in 2003 and JAG.
His first film was Mr.3000 which got released in 2004 and was a moderate success. Despite getting roles in feature films, he kept on appearing on the TV screen.
In 2004, his role in TV series Las Vegas, Hawaii, Second time Around, Charmed was much praised by his viewers. His role as avatar Gamma in charmed was quoted as sensational.
He after then, he was seen in 2005 North Shore and was cast Lead on Surface. He also appeared in 2006 Day Break and Criminal Minds in 2007, his movie The Bucket List came out which garnered him a million fans.
The same year, he was seen in TV series Without a Trace, Bones, 24 and Cold Case. 2009 saw Dale in the movie Hangover and TV like Lollipops and TV series like CSY: NY, Dollhouse and CSI: Miami.
He also starred in the film Tekken. The role Kazuya Mishima in Tekken made him a super-star overnight leaving a terrific impression on everybody’s mind.
In 2010, he was cast in as a scorpion in Mortal Combat: Rebirth. His spectacular performance got him Mortal Combat: Legacy since then.
Worked in all franchise of Mortal Combat, it is confirmed the news that 2014 would deliver us another masterpiece of Dale as a scorpion.
He also was seen in other TV shows during this period. Seen in 2010 Trauma, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and The Event, he also starred in 2011 Burn Notice.
He appeared in 2012 Doc McStuffins, The Mentalist, and Emily Owens. Recently seen in American Horror Story: Coven, he is also plotted in 2014 Murder in the First Place. He has been working as Adam Nishimura in Hawaii Five-O since 2011.
The show has been renewed frequently with his recurring role. Beside TV series and films, he was also cast in video games like Sleeping Dogs and voiced over in Call of Duty: Black Ops II.