Dustin Milligan, born July 28, 1985, in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada, is a Canadian actor.
Milligan had always been one to stand up and entertain. Be it through elaborate, ridiculously over the top storytelling, or simple pole dancing at the local biker bar, if there was an audience, Dustin was there groveling for Loonies.
But it wasn't until rigging the auditions and getting the lead in his high school's productions of both "Grease" and "Saturday Night Fever" that Dustin's constant desire for attention turned into something more focused, something more mysterious, something more Deadly. Deadly-determined that is! To become a professional actor. He waited and waited for high school to end, and when it did, he packed his stuff into his mother's station wagon and let her drive him all the way to Vancouver BC - Hollywood North.
Luckily for him, Milligan was signed on with one of Vancouver's premier talent agencies: Lucas Talent Inc. almost immediately upon arrival. Within weeks he booked his first jobs as a professional actor, all the while juggling a part-time gig as a Cake-Cutter, attending endless acting workshops and classes, and beefing up at the gym so he could audition for more 'beef-cake' roles.
Since then, Milligan has performed in numerous films including "In The Land of Women" starring Meg Ryan and Adam Brody, "Man About Town" starring Ben Affleck, "The Messengers" starring Dylan McDermott and Penelope Ann Miller, and starred alongside "The O.C."s Kelly Rowan in the CTV MOW "Eight Days to Live". His episodic credits include guest stars on "Dead Like Me", "The Dead Zone", "Alice, I Think", "Andromeda" and the short-lived ABC series "The Days".
In 2008, Milligan has been confirmed as a lead actor in the upcoming "Beverly Hills 90210" spinoff on the CW, and is also scheduled to star in the upcoming movie drama, "Eve".
When not acting, Milligan loves to skateboard - which is his number one hobby.
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