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Warren Kole

Actor

Warren Kole was born in San Antonio, Texas, on September 23,1977. But with his father in the army, he and his family had to move frequently. It wasn't until Warren Kole was seven when his father retired that the family finally settled in Frederick County, md. . Warren Kole began his acting career in 2004. First appeared on television under the name Warren Blosjo, as Tommy Shepherd in "a Call for Help" from the NBC Crime Series "Third Watch, " 2004. In that capacity, the Warren Kole Played Pvt. in the war movie "Company K, " directed and written by Robert Clem. Jackie Brauer and Sean in "a love song for Bobby Long" , a drama starring John Travolta, Scarlett Johansson and Gabriel Macht, set off on the big screen.

In 2010, kohl played Addley Koffin in "Mother's Day, " which was widely acclaimed. The same year, he starred in "Nomads" with Scott Porter, Michaela McManus and Luke Ford. In 2011, he played Wes Mitchell in a new USA TV series, Common Law.

The following year, Cole appeared in an episode of Law & Order: Trial by jury, but he didn't go by Warren Kole until he got the role of Robert Wheeler in Into the West, a miniseries produced by Steven Spielberg and dreamworks. Kohl decided to change his name to Warren Kole after he got the role of Robert Wheeler, and it is said that although he is proud of his name, no one can pronounce or remember it. It was around this time that Lin Bai and his family began to search for a meaningful name, and eventually they both adopted it as Kole -- a name for an ancient family. That same year, he also played Bo in a comedy / Drama Film starring Michael Angarano, Cynthia Nixon, Sunny Mabrey and Gina Gershon.