Recently, Edwin Hodge starred as one of the leads of the Amazon/Skydance feature “The Tomorrow War,” opposite Chris Pratt and J.K. Simmons. In 2022 he will appear in the as-yet-untitled HBO limited series chronicling the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, opposite Adrien Brody, Sally Field and John C. Reilly.
Before GOOD SAM, Hodge was a series regular on the military drama series “SIX.” He has had recurring roles on “Mayans M.C.,” “For All Mankind,” “Chicago Fire,” “Secrets and Lies” and Bill Lawrence’s “Cougar Town,” in which he played Busy Philipps’ love interest. Additional TV credits include “Sleepy Hollow,” “Rosewood,” “Boston Public” and “Jack & Bobby.”
Hodge appeared in the romantic comedy “If Not Now, When?” with Mekia Cox, and had a supporting role in the hit feature “Transformers: Bumblebee” with Hailee Steinfeld. He is recognized for his pivotal lead role in the Universal/Blumhouse feature franchise “The Purge” and was the only actor to appear in the first three films. He co-starred opposite James Caan in “The Good Neighbor” and had a lead role in the horror feature “As Above, So Below.” Additional film credits include the reboot of “Red Dawn,” opposite Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson, and the cult hit “All the Boys Love Mandy Lane.”
Hodge’s birthday is Jan. 26. Follow him on Twitter @EdwinHodge and Instagram @chaoticsymphony.