Henry Ian Cusick is a Scottish actor with a net worth of $10 million. He is best known for his roles in the television series Lost, Scandal, and The 100. Cusick was born in Trujillo, Peru, to Scottish parents. He studied acting at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and began his acting career in the early 1990s.
Henry Ian Cusick Biography
Henry Ian Cusick
People called him Henry or Ian.
He is 52 (in 2019).
He was born on April 17, 1967.
His sun sign is Aries.
He was born in Trujillo, La Libertad Region, Peru.
Peruvian, Scottish, and British
Education and Qualification
Henry Ian attends Presentation College, which is a San Fernando-based Roman Catholic secondary school. He later enrolled at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow. However, he was expelled from the academy in his second year.
Work and Occupation
He is a television, film, and television director by profession.
182 cm, 1.82 m, 5.9 feet
77 kg or 170 lbs
Biceps or arms
Henry Joseph Cusick
Girlfriend, Affair, or Spouse
Annie Cusick Wood (1992–Present) In 1994, Henry and his girlfriend Annie get married, and they are parents to three sons: Eli (born 1994), Lucas (born 1998), and Esau (born 2000).
Henry has been seen in ads on YourGED.org.
Favorite Sports: Soccer (Dundee United FC (Scottish Club)).
Cusick began his career as a classical theater actor. In 1993, he made his TV show debut in an episode of the Scottish detective show, Taggart. In 2002, Henry made his first film appearance in the romantic mystery movie Possession. However, his work in the movie was uncredited. His first credited role was in the lead role of Jesus in the religious movie The Gospel of John, which was released in 2003.
Some of the best movies by Henry are The Gospel of John 2003, Just Let Go (2015), Not Another Happy Ending (2013), and many more.
Awards and achievements
He won many awards, like Ensemble of the Year (2008), Drama Supporting Actor (2006), Best Short Film (2013), Best Actor in a Short Film (2016), Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series (2006), and Best Actor (2019).