Dorian Missick





1/15/1976 , East Orange, New Jersey, USA

Birth Name

Dorian Missick




Dorian Missick is an actor who was born on January 15, 1976, in East Orange, New Jersey. Dorian studied acting at the Michael Howard Studios in New York City. His first acting role was in an episode of the 1990 television series "In the Heat of the Night." He has also appeared in the television series "Now and Again," "Law & order: Special Victims Unit," "NYPD Blue," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Sons of Anarchy," "The Cape" and "Southland." Dorian's first film role was as Leon in the 1998 film "Two Way Crossing." Dorian is known for his roles in the 2002 film "Two Weeks Notice," the 2004 film "The Manchurian Candidate," the 2006 film "Lucky Number Slevin" and the 2010 film "The Bounty Hunter." Dorian has appeared in several short films, including "Chameleon" in 2004, "A Message from Pops" in 2005 and "Broken" in 2008. In 2012, Dorian and the cast of the 2011 film "Mooz-Ium" received a nomination from the Black Reel Awards for Best Ensemble.