Ian Tracey (born June 26, 1964) is a Canadian actor. Over the years, Tracey has participated in more than 70 films and television series. Tracey has starred in series such as Da Vinci's Inquest and Intelligence , both CBC television series produced by long-time colleague Chris Haddock. He is also known for his role as the title character in 1979's Huckleberry Finn and His Friends .
Tracey was born on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. He grew up in British Columbia's Port Coquitlam. Tracey started working at the age of 11, playing in the 1976 film The Keeper , starring Christopher Lee. [ better source needed ] He is also the father of actor Keenan Tracey (b. 1991).[ citation needed ]
Tracey's recent feature film credits include Prozac Nation , Owning Mahowny , with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Kevin Costner's western Open Range , and Christopher Nolan's 2001 thriller Insomnia . In 1999, Tracey won the Leo Award for Best Performance by a Male in a Feature Length Drama for Rupert's Land .[ citation needed ]
Tracey has appeared in a number of movies-of-the-week, including starring in the title role of Milgaard, for which he won both the Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Seriesand Leo Award for Best Performance by a Male in a Picture in 1999.
Other television films include The Rookies , for which he received a 1991 Gemini nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. He was nominated for a Gemini Award in 2000 for his portrayal of the talented Homicide Detective Mick Leary in the Canadian TV series Da Vinci's Inquest . He also directed two episodes in that television series, as well as two in Intelligence .[ citation needed ]
Tracey was a series regular on Sweating Bullets (also known as Tropical Heat) and had a recurring lead on The Commish . He was also seen in Taken and has guest starred on Smallville , Dark Angel , The Sentinel , The X-Files , The Outer Limits , Highlander: The Series , The Collector , 21 Jump Street , and Mom P.I. [ citation needed ]
In 2005, Tracey was in the TV miniseries Prairie Giant: The Tommy Douglas Story and Intelligence , a CBC television series about the interactions between organized crime and government intelligence services. In Intelligence, Tracey plays the head of a third-generation crime family that built its fortune on rum-running before turning to heroin and weed. He also appeared as Nova Group leader Daniel Armand in season three of the science fiction series The 4400 and guest-starred as Lincoln Cole in Smallville.[ citation needed ]
In 2010 he began the recurring role of villain Adam Worth on Sanctuary . In spring 2007, he filmed the Chinese-Canadian historical miniseries Iron Road with Sam Neill and Peter O'Toole and narrated the making-of documentary for the DVD release of the series Huckleberry Finn and His Friends . Most recently, he appeared in 4 seasons of Bates Motel as Remo Wallace.[ citation needed ]
|1978||In Praise of Older Women||Andras Vajda Jr.|
|1984||Change of Heart||Kenny|
|1986||Fire with Fire||'Panther'|
|1990||The Last Island||Jack|
|1991||Crooked Hearts||'Limber' Watkins|
|1993||Morning Glory||Orlan Nattes|
|1995||The War Between Us||'Jig' Parnum|
|1995||Man with a Gun||Roy Burchill|
|1995||For a Few Lousy Dollars||Zack|
|1996||Trust in Me||Eddie Kelly|
|1997||Free Willy 3: The Rescue||Kron|
|1998||Rupert's Land||Dale McKay|
|2000||Dangerous Attraction||Detective Ryan Bell|
|2002||Liberty Stands Still||SWAT Commander Mac Munro|
|2003||Owning Mahowny||Detective Ben Lock|
|2005||Desolation Sound||Michael Elliott|
|2006||Civic Duty||Lieutenant Randall Lloyd|
|2013||Man of Steel||Ludlow|
|2013||Hell in a Handbag||Terrance|
|2016||Dead Rising: Endgame||George Hancock|
|2016||Hello Destroyer||Aaron Weller|
|2019||A Score to Settle||'Tank'|
|1980||Huckleberry Finn and His Friends||Huckleberry Finn||Main role|
|1981||The Minikins||Albi||TV series|
|1982||Hangin' In||Randy||Episode: "Days of Wine and Rabbis"|
|1987||The New Adventures of Beans Baxter||Doug||Episode: "Beans' Wicked and Awesome Adventures at College"|
|1987–1989||21 Jump Street||Cosmo / Lieutenant Taubman / Matty||Episodes: "After School Special", "Raising Marijuana", "Swallowed Alive"|
|1988||Knightwatch||John O'Neill||Episodes: "Knights of the City", "Friday Knight"|
|1988||Danger Bay||Jerry Langstrom||Episode: "Fire Jumper"|
|1988||Street Legal||Arnold||Episode: "Cat and Mouse"|
|1989||C.B.C.'s Magic Hour||Pat Hebler||Episode: "Rookies"|
|1990||Neon Rider||Cameron||Episode: "Confessions"|
|1991||Conspiracy of Silence||Dwayne Johnston||TV miniseries|
|1991–1995||The Commish||John Hibbs||Recurring role (seasons 1–4)|
|1992||The Comrades of Summer||Andy||TV film|
|1992||Home Movie||Bob||TV film|
|1992–1993||Tropical Heat||'Spider' Garvin||Main role (seasons 2–3); also known as Sweating Bullets|
|1993||Miracle on Interstate 880||Mark Helm||TV film|
|1994||Incident at Deception Ridge||Del Hayes||TV film|
|1994||Lonesome Dove: The Series||Billy||Episode: "Judgement Day"|
|1995||The X-Files||Leonard 'Rappo' Trimble||Episode: "The Walk"|
|1996||Bloodhounds II||Matthew Standing||TV film|
|1996||The Adventures of Sinbad||Mustapha||Episodes: "Return of Sinbad: Parts 1 & 2"|
|1996||Highlander: The Series||Johnny Kelly||Episode: "Glory Days"|
|1996-2000||The Outer Limits||Mr. Tarkman / Declan McMahon||Episodes: "Trial by Fire", "Judgment Day"|
|1997||Murder in My Mind||Leonard||TV film|
|1997||Survival on the Mountain||Eric||TV film|
|1997||Dead Man's Gun||Joe 'Wild Joe' Tate||Episode: "The Impostor"|
|1997||Medusa's Child||Peter Cooke||TV film|
|1997-1999||Poltergeist: The Legacy||Mike McCready||Episodes: "The Devil's Lighthouse", "She's Got the Devil in Her Heart"|
|1997–1998||Viper||Mickey Finch||Episodes: "Triple Cross", "What Makes Sammy Chun?"|
|1998||Dirty Little Secret||Ray||TV film|
|1998||Welcome to Paradox||Cole||Episode: "The Winner"|
|1998–2005||Da Vinci's Inquest||Detective Mick Leary||Main role|
|1999||Milgaard||David Milgaard||TV film|
|1999||The Sentinel||Jack Bartley||Episode: "The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg"|
|2000||The Man Who Used to Be Me||Grant Logan||TV film|
|2000||First Wave||Garvin||Episode: "Still at Large"|
|2001||Dark Angel||B.C.||Episode: "Haven"|
|2001||Trapped||Captain Al Becker||TV film|
|2002||Stargate SG-1||Smith||Episode: "Prometheus"|
|2002||Taken||Bill Walker||TV miniseries|
|2003||The Dead Zone||Marc Dionne||Episode: "The Mountain"|
|2004||Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss||Sergeant Willeford||TV film|
|2004||The Life||Matt||TV film|
|2005–2007||Intelligence||Jimmy Reardon||Main role|
|2005–2006||Da Vinci's City Hall||Detective Mick Leary||Main role|
|2006||The Collector||Timothy Albert||Episode: "The Customer Service Rep"|
|2006||Prairie Giant||Charlie Lawson||TV miniseries|
|2006||Smallville||Lincoln Cole||Episode: "Mercy"|
|2006||The 4400||Daniel Armand||Episodes: "The New World", "Gone: Part 2", "Graduation Day"|
|2010||Republic of Doyle||Bill Gorsky||Episode: "The Return of the Grievous Angel"|
|2010||Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story||Harry Sinden||TV miniseries|
|2010||Rookie Blue||Ray Donald Swann||Episode: "Big Nickel"|
|2010||Flashpoint||Nick Watson||Episode: "The Other Lane"|
|2010||The Cult||Thomas||TV film|
|2010–2011||Sanctuary||Adam Worth||Recurring role (seasons 4–5)|
|2011||Shattered||Ethan Quinn||Episodes: "Finding the Boy"|
|2011||Hell on Wheels||Bolan||Recurring role (season 1)|
|2012||The Listener||Pinto||Episode: "The Bank Job"|
|2012||True Justice||Dr. Zee||Episodes: "Blood Alley", "All In"|
|2012||Ring of Fire||Hector Janen||TV miniseries|
|2012-2017||Supernatural||Lee Chambers / Ishim||Episodes: "Adventures in Babysitting", "Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets"|
|2013||Rogue||Lucas 'Mitch' Mitchell||Main role (season 1)|
|2013||Cedar Cove||Bobby||Episode: Pilot|
|2013–2017||Bates Motel||Remo Wallace||Recurring role (seasons 1–2), guest role (season 5)|
|2014||Strange Empire||Roy Arnold||Episode: "The Whiskey Trader"|
|2015||The 100||Vincent Vie||Episodes: "Resurrection", "Bodyguard of Lies", "Blood Must Have Blood: Part 1"|
|2015||Backstrom||Julien Gaynor||Episode: "I Like to Watch"|
|2015||Wayward Pines||Franklin Dobbs||Episodes: "Betrayal", "The Friendliest Place on Earth", "A Reckoning"|
|2015||Killjoys||Lucas Kotler||Episode: "One Blood"|
|2015–2016||The Romeo Section||'Fergie'||Main role|
|2016||Motive||Ian Mitchell||Episode: "In Plain Sight"|
|2016–2018||Travelers||Ray Green||Recurring role|
|2019–2020||The Order||Jurgen Sawyer / Diego Nunez||Episodes: "Undeclared, Part 2", "Finals, Part 2", "Free Radicals, part 1"|
|2019–2020||Project Blue Book||The Fixer||Recurring role|
|2019||The Murders||Grant David Alcott||Episode: "In My Feelings"|
|2019–Present||Virgin River||Jimmy||Recurring role|
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