Michael Hogan is one of the most prolific actors out there, especially among those who starred in Battlestar Galactica. His career goes back to shows like The Littlest Hobo, The Little Vampire, and even The Twilight Zone revival from the '80s. And that's all alongside him High-Ballin' it as Reggie, and appearing in movies such as Stella, The Cutting Edge, and I Love a Man in Uniform. Hogan's extensive resume includes numerous television appearances, but that all changed when he boarded Battlestar Galactica in the early 2000s.
Playing Admiral Adama's second-in-command, Colonel Saul Tigh, catapulted Hogan's career. But once the series ended, he went back to starring in small roles on other TV shows, such as General Slade Wilson on Smallville, Gerard Argent on Teen Wolf, and Otto Gerhardt on Fargo. This is all in addition to the dozen other guest-starring roles he landed. One of his latest jobs, though, was playing Hagan, a resistance officer, in Amazon's acclaimed series The Man in the High Castle, something that shouldn't have been difficult for him to get into the groove of considering his past with Galactica.
As if movies and television weren't enough, the creative actor also dabbled in video games, namely voicing Doc Mitchell in Fallout: New Vegas, Commander Samael in TERA Rising, and General Tullius in Skyrim, as well as Captain (and later Commander) Armando-Owen Bailey in Mass Effect 2 and 3.