Sean Avery

Actor
IVA Star Rating : 59
Sean Christopher Avery is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player. During his career in the National Hockey League (NHL), he played left wing for the Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings, Dallas Stars and New York Rangers, gaining recognition for his agitating playing style and controversial behaviour both on and off the ice. read more

Sean Christopher Avery is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player. During his career in the National Hockey League (NHL), he played left wing for the Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings, Dallas Stars and New York Rangers, gaining recognition for his agitating playing style and controversial behaviour both on and off the ice. He is also known for his eclectic interests, having worked in fashion, most notably as an intern at Vogue magazine; as a model; and as a restaurateur. He finished his 12-year career with a total of 90 goals, 247 points and 1,533 penalty minutes in 580 games.

Born

Thursday, 10 April 1980

Actor Filmography

Kevin Can F**k Himself Sean Avery 2021
Blackjack: The Jackie Ryan Story Dino Garibaldi 2020
Tenet Red Soldier 1 2020
Spree Officer Hall 2020
Mile 22 Assault One 2018
Patriots Day Watertown Officer Franklin Street 2016
Larry King Now Himself - Guest 2012
Project Runway All Stars Self - Guest Judge 2012
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Self 2009
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Himself 2009
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Actor Filmography

Kevin Can F**k Himself Sean Avery 2021
Blackjack: The Jackie Ryan Story Dino Garibaldi 2020
Tenet Red Soldier 1 2020
Spree Officer Hall 2020
Mile 22 Assault One 2018
Patriots Day Watertown Officer Franklin Street 2016
Larry King Now Himself - Guest 2012
Project Runway All Stars Self - Guest Judge 2012
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Self 2009
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Himself 2009
The Rocket Bob Dill 2005
Dancing with the Stars Self - Contestant 2005
Fashion Police Himself 2002
MADtv Himself 1995
Late Show with David Letterman Himself - New York Ranger, Himself - Top Ten List Presenter: #1 1993
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