Todd Stashwick

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Stashwick at Galaxy Con Raleigh 2023
Occupation(s)Actor, writer
Years active1997–present
Children2 [1]

Todd Stashwick is an American actor and writer. He is known for his roles as Dale Malloy on The Riches (20072008) and Deacon on 12 Monkeys (20152018). He played Captain Liam Shaw in the third season of Star Trek: Picard (2023).


Early life and career

Stashwick was born in Chicago at the Swedish Covenant Hospital, and was raised in the suburbs just outside of the city. As a child, he always loved making people laugh, and he aspired one day to perform at Chicago's famous The Second City. Soon after graduating from Illinois State University with a degree in theater, he began performing at several local improvisational theaters, and his dream came true when he was hired in 1992 to tour nationally with The Second City. Following productions at The Second City Detroit and The Second City Northwest, he relocated to New York. He auditioned for Saturday Night Live the same year that fellow Second City alumnus David Koechner joined the cast.

Work in film and television drew him to Los Angeles, where he shot several pilots and series including recurring work on the series MDs , American Dreams , Rodney and Still Standing . He had a significant supporting role on The Riches playing Minnie Driver's nefarious cousin until its cancellation in September 2008.

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Todd Stashwick - NYCC 2015 Con Man Bus

In May 2018, it was announced he was cast as Dr. Drakken in the Disney Channel film Kim Possible , based on the animated series. [2] The film premiered on February 15, 2019. [3]

In September 2020, Stashwick appeared as a guest on the Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip marathon fundraiser episode of The George Lucas Talk Show.


Stashwick is also the co-creator, along with DC and Marvel artist Dennis Calero of the online web comic Devil Inside, which had its launch at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con. He and Calero met because Dennis had illustrated Todd's character from Heroes into an online comic based on the series. The two decided to collaborate on their own title which is being self-published once a week in traditional serialized strip form on Stashwick's personal website.

Devil Inside tells "the story of Jack Springheel. aka The Devil, who has a crisis of conscience. He blasts out of hell and lands in the Nevada desert. He does not want to go back, he wants to quit. But there are forces conspiring to drag him back to hell. If he doesn't use his mojo he stays off the grid and they can't find him. But he is the Devil after all and old habits die hard, not using his powers proves more difficult than he thought. A man caught between what he is and what he wants to be. He's trying to stay one step ahead of his adversaries."

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Todd Stashwick at Galaxy Con Raleigh 2023

Stashwick and Calero are in development with the Syfy channel with their pilot Clandestine. The two will develop and write the pilot script for the swashbuckling space adventure drama. They will also serve as co-executive producers. John Shiban will serve as script supervisor.

Stashwick and Amy Hennig co-wrote a video game set in the Star Wars universe for Electronic Arts and Visceral Games. It was later announced that the project was cancelled. [4]



2003 The Rundown Quadrant Manager
2004 Along Came Polly Security Officer
2006 You, Me and Dupree Tony
2007 Live! Dave
2007 The Air I Breathe Frank
2008 Surfer, Dude Vic Hayes
2010 Friendship! Darryl
2011 Tom and Jerry & The Wizard of Oz Cowardly Lion (voice)Direct-to-video
2012 Grassroots Nick Ricochet
2014 Mockingbird Tom
2016 Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz Cowardly Lion, Zeke (voices)Direct-to-video
2020 The Way Back Kurt
2020 Think Like a Dog Henry (voice)
2020 Love, Weddings & Other Disasters Zhopa


1997 Remember WENN LinkEpisode: "A Star in Stripes Forever"
1998 Law & Order Roger AppelEpisode: "Grief"
1998 Spin City Television DirectorEpisode: "Gobble the Wonder Turkey Saves the Day"
1999, 2008 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Ricky Blaine, Matthew Parker2 episodes
2000 Angel Vocah DemonEpisode: "To Shanshu in L.A."
2000 Diagnosis: Murder Peter WarblerEpisode: "Hot House"
2000–01 Courage the Cowardly Dog Additional Voices12 episodes
2001 Titus ChadEpisode: "Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!"
2001 Providence VicEpisode: "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night"
2001 Will & Grace Gabe RobinsonEpisode: "Alice Doesn't Lisp Here Anymore"
2001 Buffy the Vampire Slayer M'Fashnik DemonEpisode: "Flooded"
2001 Dark Angel SallyEpisode: "Boo"
2001 Dharma & Greg GuntherEpisode: "Previously on Dharma and Greg"
2002 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation MattEpisode: "Revenge Is Best Served Cold"
2002 She Spies Agent Trent Kimbrell / The Ice ManEpisode: "Ice Man"
2002 MDs Ribeye3 episodes
2003 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Dr. Scott BormanEpisode: "Zoonotic"
2003 The Guardian Jeb Tobin2 episodes
2003 Malcolm in the Middle NateEpisode: "Malcolm's Job"
2004 Good Morning, Miami NickEpisode: "You Bet Your Relationship"
2004 Monk Gene EdelsonEpisode: "Mr. Monk and the Blackout"
2004 Stuck in the Suburbs LenTelevision film
2004 Boston Legal Matthew CalderEpisode: "Head Cases"
2004 Star Trek: Enterprise TalokEpisode: "Kir'Shara"
2004 The Drew Carey Show TylerEpisode: "Still Life with Freeloader"
2004, 2011 CSI: Miami Steve Davis, Fred Massey2 episodes
2005 Rodney Kirk2 episodes
2005 CSI: NY Ira FeinsteinEpisode: "Grand Murder at Central Station"
2005 Out of Practice FrankieEpisode: "Losing Patients"
2005–06 Still Standing Kyle Polsky4 episodes
2005, 2007 Weeds Cash the Security Guard2 episodes
2006 Crossing Jordan Bank Manager RaleighEpisode: "Loves Me Not"
2006 Four Kings Iguana GuyEpisode: "Night of the Iguana"
2006 How I Met Your Mother SteveEpisode: "Atlantic City"
2006 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip BillEpisode: "B-12"
2006–07 The War at Home Jeff4 episodes
2007 Reba BartenderEpisode: "The Housewarming"
2007–08 The Riches Dale Malloy20 episodes
2007, 2011 Burn Notice Carmelo Dante2 episodes
2008 The Game Dean BristolEpisode: "Before the Parade Passes By"
2008 The Middleman Mr. WhiteEpisode: "The Flying Fish Zombification"
2008 Psych Frankjim OgletreeEpisode: "Ghosts"
2008 Life James BrenfordEpisode: "The Business of Miracles"
2008 Supernatural Dracula Episode: "Monster Movie"
2008 Ghost Whisperer Alan WaltersEpisode: "Heart & Soul"
2008 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Myron Stark / T-888Episode: "Self Made Man"
2009 The Mentalist Jared RenfrewEpisode: "Red John's Friends"
2009 Kath & Kim Jaclson JamesEpisode: "Idols"
2009 Saving Grace Teddy KornblumEpisode: "Popcorn"
2009 Curb Your Enthusiasm Sandy Goodman2 episodes
2009 Lie to Me Hugh EllisEpisode: "Fold Equity"
2009–10 Heroes Eli6 episodes
2010 The Good Guys KassonEpisode: "Vacation"
2010 Childrens Hospital OfficerEpisode: "You Know No One Can Hear You, Right?"
2010 $#*! My Dad Says Dickey Todd2 episodes
2010–11 Detroit 1-8-7 Henry Malloy2 episodes
2010–12 Phineas and Ferb Mr. Johnson, Additional Voices7 episodes
2011 Private Practice Brett LovemanEpisode: "Home Again"
2011 Better with You Miles2 episodes
2011 The Glades Jared NolanEpisode: "Old Ghosts"
2011 Men of a Certain Age Kevin Scarpulla4 episodes
2011 Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension Mr. Johnson, Additional VoicesTelevision film
2011 How to Be a Gentleman DonnyEpisode: "Pilot"
2011 Supah Ninjas EternumEpisode: "Eternum"
2012 Leverage Tommy MadsenEpisode: "The Gold Job"
2012 Justified Ash Murphy4 episodes
2012 Franklin & Bash Samuel JeffersEpisode: "Last Dance"
2012 Hawaii Five-0 Gil ScatesEpisode: "Lana I Ka Moana"
2012 Revolution DrexelEpisode: "Sex and Drugs"
2012–13 The Exes Grant2 episodes
2013 Grey's Anatomy Mr. KramerEpisode: "Idle Hands"
2013 Warehouse 13 DA HofgrenEpisode: "Instinct"
2013 Criminal Minds Eddie Lee WilcoxEpisode: "Route 66"
2013–14 The Originals Father Kieran O'Connell12 episodes
2014–15 Teen Wolf Henry Tate3 episodes
2014–15 Gotham Richard Sionis / The Mask 2 episodes
2015 Complications Detective HawthorneEpisode: "Critical Condition"
2015 Con Man WaiterEpisode: "Doll Faced"
2015–18 12 Monkeys Deacon35 episodes
2018 Strange Angel Marvel Parsons2 episodes
2019 Kim Possible Dr. DrakkenTelevision film
2019 Mayans M.C. Pollen2 episodes
2019 American Horror Story: 1984 BlakeEpisode: "Mr. Jingles"
2019–20 S.W.A.T. Teague Nolan3 episodes
2020 L.A.'s Finest Wayland JamesEpisode: "Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins"
2021 9-1-1: Lone Star Dennis Raymond2 episodes
2023 Star Trek: Picard Captain Liam Shaw10 episodes

Video games

2023 Forspoken Writer


2023 Who is No/One? Ben Kern

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryNominated workResult
2024 Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series Star Trek: Picard [5] Pending

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