Hugh Dillon

Mostly Credited As: Hugh Dillon
Date Of Birth: May 31, 1963 (Age 52)
Country Of Birth: Canada
Birth Place: Kingston, Ontario
Height: 5' 10" (1.77 m)

Hugh Dillon

TV Appearances

Main cast 
X Company (2015)As: Duncan Sinclair
The Killing (2011)As: Francis Becker (S03)
Flashpoint (2008)As: Ed Lane
Durham County (2007)As: Mike Sweeney
Episode Cast Credits 

Continuum (2012) 
  Minute By Minute 03x01: (Mar/16/2014) As Usher 
  Second Time 02x13: (Aug/04/2013) As Usher 
  Second Last 02x12: (Jul/28/2013) As Usher 
  Second Guess 02x11: (Jul/21/2013) As Usher 

Flashpoint (2008) 
  The Final Salute (Dec/13/2012) As Himself 

Da Vinci's City Hall (2005) 
  The Quality of Life (Jun/14/2008) As Jean Tellier, [Starring Roles]

ReGenesis (2004) 
  Resurrection 01x12: (Jan/16/2005) As Danny Dexter 
  The Oldest Virus 01x05: (Nov/14/2004) As Danny Dexter 
  Prions 01x04: (Nov/07/2004) As Danny Dexter 

The Eleventh Hour (CA) (2002) 
  Hard Seven 02x03: (Mar/07/2004) As Eddie 

Starhunter (2000) 
  Biocrime 02x03: (Aug/23/2003) As Gus 

Blue Murder (CA) (2001) 
  Necklace 03x12: (Apr/18/2003) As Kevin Marshall 

Degrassi (2001) 
  Tears Are Not Enough (1) 02x21: (Feb/16/2003) As Albert Manning 
  When Doves Cry (2) 02x02: (Sep/29/2002) As Albert Manning 
  When Doves Cry (1) 02x01: (Sep/29/2002) As Albert Manning 

Twitch City (1998) 
  The Return of the Cat Food Killer 02x01: (Mar/15/2000) As Howard the Cannibal 
  I'm Fat and I'm Proud 01x05: (Mar/02/1998) As Guy in the Convenience Store 
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Singer/songwriter, Hugh Dillon, was the lead singer in the multi-platinum rock and roll band
The Headstones until the band broke up in 2003. His song, Lost at Sea (written and recorded for Flashpoint ) will appear in the show's eighth episode, Never Kissed a Girl.

Hugh Dillon Quotes
"I'm working consistently, and they're using my music in the movies. I'm so lucky these opportunities are opening up for me, not opportunities at McDonald's or 7-Eleven. Not that I haven't had those kinds of jobs."

September 5, 2005
Winnipeg Sun