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HENRY IAN CUSICK (Udre Belicoff) stars as Desmond on the hit television series "Lost,” for which he was nominated for a 2006 Emmy Award for outstanding guest actor in a drama series.

Cusick trained at The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama before joining the Citizens Theatre, where he played his first leading roles, including Dorian Gray in The Picture of Dorian Gray, Hamlet in The Marowitz Hamlet and Horner in The Country Wife. At the Edinburgh International Festival, he appeared as Stolzius in The Soldiers and as Tasso in Torquato Tasso, for which he received a special commendation for the Ian Charleson Award.

Other theatre credits include roles as Cassio in Othello, Demetrius in A Midsummer Nights Dream and Pompey in Antony and Cleopatra for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Green in Richard II, Arthur in The Machine Wreckers and Dollabella in Antony and Cleopatra for the Royal National Theatre; Nick in The LA Plays for The Almedia and Le Vicomte De Valmont in Les Liaisons Dangereuses for the Liverpool Playhouse.

Cusick appeared in numerous British television productions, including starring roles in the series "Casualty,” "The Book Group” and "Two Thousand Acres of Sky,” guest-starring roles in "Happiness,” "Waking the Dead” and "Midsomer Murders,” and leading roles in the telefilms "Murder Rooms: The White Knight Stratagem,” "Dinosaur Hunters” and "Carla.” He also starred in Scottish Television's "Taggart.” In the U.S., he had a recurring role on "24” and appeared in the Lifetime movie "Perfect Romance.”

His big screen credits include Possession, Half Light, 9/Tenths, and The Gospel of John. Born in Peru and raised in Trinidad and Scotland, he now lives in Oahu with his wife Annie and their three boys.


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