Dylan Ramsey
American Citizen
Canadian Citizen
European Citizen

Dylan Ramsey joins Shemar Moore, Alex Russell, Lina Esco Kenny Johnson, Jay Harrington and David Lim in the hit CBS TV series, "SWAT".

Valley of Tears
Valley of Tears

Dylan Ramsey suits up and is deployed to the frontline in HBO's hit Israeli flagship series, "Valley of Tears" - the Yom Kippur War.

24: Legacy
24: Legacy

Dylan Ramsey joins Corey Hawkins, Miranda Otto, Jimmy Smits and Teddy Sears in the pilot episode of FOX's hit franchise, "24: Legacy", directed by Stephen Hopkins.


Dylan Ramsey wrote, produced and starred in "Extinction" opposite Golden Globe Winner and Academy Award Nominee, Sally Kirkland, Nicole Steinwedell and Mathew St. Patrick.


Dylan Ramsey was born in Prague Czech Republic to a Polish Jewish mother and an Egyptian Muslim father. He was raised in Toronto Ontario, Canada and educated in New York at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He now lives in Los Angeles, California.

Dylan has been described as a walking melting pot of characters for stage and screen. Assuming roles as varied as his background, he has made his mark with his iconoclastic compelling character shadings in performances ranging from the relentless torturous special forces soldier, Rashi Al-Sabi on FOX's 24:Legacy to a wise-cracking vulnerable male cross-dressing prostitute, with a sensitivity that gives life to the role, Ginger, in HBO's Donny & Ginger.

He is currently in production for CyberOne, an original comedic-action half-hour series, appearing in all ten episodes.