Garret Dillahunt began acting in 1995 with the ABC channel show One Life to Live and proved himself as a versatile gifted actor.
After a short studying at the University, he decided to change the faculty radically and began to study acting. After completing his studies, he went to conquer the theaters of Broadway, where he managed to try himself in several roles.
For the first time he appeared on TV in One Life to Live.
Then the actor stormed Hollywood castings. Garrett Dillahant performed in such popular TV series as Deadwood, The 4400 and The X-Files.
In 2006, he had the main role in The Book of Daniel and starred in Numbers.
Best Known For
He was the best at realizing sharp, heavy characters. The actor admitted: “I have been really lucky in my career, with the diversity of it. I get to play really complex people.”
His participation in No Country for Old Men was also evaluated with two awards - National Board of Review and Gold Derby Awards.
He got some minor roles in such famous series as Blindspot, Elementary, Lie to me etc. The rich variety of series in which he played, participating in these projects, and the variety of characters he embodied, proved the universality of his acting talent.
American actor does not talk about his religion.
The man is straight. He married to Michelle Hurd. His wife is also an actress.
Worth To Known
Studied journalism at the University of Washington.
He received 6 wins and 10 nominations.
Dillahunt worked as a director in Raising Hope.