Saturn Award nominee, Ian Bohen is an American actor who is best known for portraying the role of Peter Hale in MTV’s supernatural teen drama-TV series Teen Wolf. Likewise, Ian is also known for appearing in the Oscar-nominated film Wyatt Earp as Young Earp.
Ian Stuart Bohen was born on 24th September 1976 in Carmel, California, the United States of America. Bohen Holds American nationality and is of white ethnicity.
Stuart grew up in his home town alongside his older brother. Besides, information regarding his education and family is not available.
As of 2019, the 46-year-old American actor is single and focused on making his career. Despite being a famous personality, Ian prefers a private life.
Likewise, he might be dating or in a relationship with someone, however, due to lack of information, his love life is under wraps.
Prior to this, Ian was in a romantic relationship with ex-girlfriend Holland Roden. They met in 2013 and started dating for a while before separating after a year.
Ian was also in a romantic relationship with renowned Hollywood faces like Kelly Jkle, Haley Webb, Sierra Love, Eliza Cummings-Cove, Gintare Sudziute, and Amila Ibragimova.
Professional since 1993, Bohen has earned himself a decent sum of money from his acting career. As of May 2019, he has an estimated net worth of $600 thousand. Besides this, he also earns a decent sum of money from his endorsements and sponsorships.
According to various sources, the average salary of an actor ranges around $48,000 to $52,000 per year. Moreover, Ian is estimated to earn around $4,102 to $6,837 per paid post from Instagram where he has millions of followers.
Bohen made his acting debut in 1993 with AFI Conservatory project Delivering. The following year, Bohen appeared in the Oscar-nominated film, Wyatt Earp.
From 2011-17, Ian has a recurring role in MTV’s drama series Teen Wolf. He played the role of Peter Hale in 42 episodes until the show’s end.
Similarly, his other notable TV series work credits include Weird Science, Picket Fences, Townies, Baywatch Nights, Prison Break, CSI: Miami, The Client List, and many more.
Moreover, Ian directed the short films Morning love and The Tow respectively.