Darri Ingolfsson

Actor · Producer
IVA Star Rating : 63
Darri Ingolfsson is an Icelandic actor. He is best known for his performance as Oliver Saxon in the TV series Dexter. He studied drama in London and played one of the main roles in the Icelandic film Borgríki 2. In 2018, he appeared on the Alice in Chains' music video "Never Fade".

Darri Ingolfsson is an Icelandic actor. He is best known for his performance as Oliver Saxon in the TV series Dexter. He studied drama in London and played one of the main roles in the Icelandic film Borgríki 2. In 2018, he appeared on the Alice in Chains' music video "Never Fade".

Born

Saturday, 22 December 1979

Actor Filmography

My True Fairytale Dean Goodwin 2021
Songbird Steve 2020
Hicksters Bjorn 2019
The Rookie Benjamin Lassie 2018
'He's Watching' Michael 2018
Station 19 Matthew 2018
The Clinic Cal 2018
S.W.A.T. Christian Baty 2017
The Hatred Doctor 2017
The Orville Greg 2017
(see additional filmography)

Actor Filmography

My True Fairytale Dean Goodwin 2021
Songbird Steve 2020
Hicksters Bjorn 2019
The Rookie Benjamin Lassie 2018
'He's Watching' Michael 2018
Station 19 Matthew 2018
The Clinic Cal 2018
S.W.A.T. Christian Baty 2017
The Hatred Doctor 2017
The Orville Greg 2017
Money Monster Joji 2016
Brave Men's Blood Hannes 2014
Stalker Chad Hewitt 2014
NCIS: New Orleans Karl Baptiste 2014
Sequestered Malcolm Miller 2014
The Originals Dominic 2013
Last Resort Robert Mitchell 2012
Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean James DeWeerd 2012
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Karlstad Police Officer 2011
Canvassing! Marcos 2011
Rizzoli & Isles Robert Stevens 2010
Haven Jack Driscoll 2010
Messenger Páll Baldvinsson 2010
NCIS: Los Angeles Dr. Nolan Milhouse 2009
Castle Austin Elektra 2009
Flags of Our Fathers Wounded Marine 2006
Dexter Oliver Saxon 2006
Red Canopy Wilksey / Wilskey 2006
Criminal Minds Jerry Tidwell 2005
The Girl in the Café 2005
NCIS Dwight Colton 2003
Nova Godfred Hansen 1974

Producer Filmography

Messenger 2010
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