SHAWN DOYLE (Samuel Grant) Born and raised in Newfoundland, Canada, Shawn Doyle has become a familiar face to audiences worldwide, turning out critically-acclaimed performances on both the big and small screen. With his move to Los Angeles in 2004, Shawn quickly amassed an impressive list of credits with recurring roles on Desperate Housewives and 24, and guest-star roles on shows such as Lie To Me, Lost, CSI, and Numbers. In 2010 he said goodbye to his regular role on the hit HBO series Big Love to portray the brilliant, charismatic and eccentric Arkady Balagan in Endgame. Prior to moving south, Shawn starred in the critically-acclaimed Canadian series Bury the Lead and received the 2002 ACTRA Award and a 2004 Gemini (Canadian Emmy) Nomination, both for Outstanding Male Performance In a Leading Role, and 2005 Gemini Nomination for Outstanding Performance In a Guest-Starring Role. He starred opposite Mary Louise-Parker in the CBC/BBC movie The Robber Bride, for which he won the 2007 Gemini Award for Outstanding Male Performance. Other Canadian television credits include the CBC Miniseries Guns, The City (Gemini Nom), A Killing Spring (Gemini Nom), and the CBC Miniseries Dieppe. He won the 2013 Canadian Screen Award (new Geminis) for Outstanding Male Performance as the Father of Canadian Confederation John A. Macdonald in John A: Birth Of A Country. His work in the film The Disappeared garnered him the 2013 ACTRA Award for Outstanding Male Performance. Shawn’s film credits include Away From Everywhere, Grown Up Movie Star, Whiteout, Sabah, Don’t Say A Word, Frequency, The Majestic and Knockaround Guys. More recently, Shawn has appeared in Showtime’s Billions, the hit FX show Fargo, USA’s Covert Affairs,the hit Netflix series House Of Cards and starred in CBC’s Bellevue. Currently he can be seen in season three of the critically-acclaimed Sy-Fy Network series The Expanse.