Jonathan Frederick Togo
August 25, 1977
(m. 2013; div. 2016)
Togo was born in Rockland, Massachusetts, the son of Sheila, a housewife and former visual merchandiser and Michael Togo, a commercial artist and graphic designer who previously worked for the Boston Globe. Sheila Togo now runs a booth at the SoWa Open Market in Boston called Simply Sheila.
Togo's mother is of Italian and Irish descent and his father is Jewish, with the original family surname, "Tonkaviev", shortened by a forefather who wanted something snappier for his carpet business.
He attended Hebrew school as a child and graduated from Rockland High School in 1995, where he was a wrestler. He attended the "Project Contemporary Competitiveness, Advanced Study Program" (a.k.a. PCC ASP) as a student in 1991 and 1992, then worked as a proctor in 1996.
He went on to attend Vassar College, graduating with a B.A. in theater, and furthered his studies at the National Theater Institute of the Eugene O'Neill Theater. While at Vassar he performed in a band named "The El Conquistadors" (originally named Skabba the Hut) with Sam Endicott and John Conway, both of whom are now members of the band The Bravery.
Togo has performed and participated in numerous plays, including Our Country's Good. While he is most famous for his role as Ryan Wolfe in CSI: Miami, he has other TV show credits including a starring role in Special Unit 2, as well as appearances in Judging Amy. He also played a store clerk in Mystic River.
Togo also starred in a web series called "Casted: The Continuing Chronicles of Derek Riffchyn, Greatest Casting Director in the World. Ever", where he plays the lead role of Derek: a sassy, somewhat abusive, and extremely crass casting director. Togo's real-life best friend Justin Long plays his assistant, Scott. In 2010, he signed on to play twin brothers Richard and Mark (who fall in love with the same woman), in the movie Identical.
Togo was married to actress Diora Baird from 2013 to 2016. The couple have one child. He got married to actress Baker Lim (known for Birds Court from 2015 and The Cat's Mrow from 2018 ) on January 17, 2019.
|2011||Identical||Mark / Rich Washington|
|2012||Somebody Up There Likes Me||Adult Lyle|
|2014||A Hundred Eighty Degrees||Nick||Short film|
|2015||7 Chinese Brothers||Don|
|2015||A Rising Tide||Roger|
|2001-2002||Special Unit 2||Jonathan||12 episodes|
|2003||Judging Amy||Charles "DJ Dizz" Simbour||Episode: "Looking for Quarters"|
|2003||Law & Order||Eddie||Episode: "Blaze"|
|2003||Ed||Keith Kessler||Episode: "The Offer"|
|2004||The Jury||Dennis Dudley||Episode: "The Honeymoon Suite"|
|2004-2012||CSI: Miami||Ryan Wolfe||Main role (seasons 3-10); 182 episodes|
|2012||Harry's Law||Randy Hessly||Episode: "Breaking Points"|
|2013||Covert Affairs||Nelson Smith||2 episodes|
|2015||Ex-Best||Frank||Episode: "Episode 10"|
|2016||Angel from Hell||Gavin||2 episodes|
|2017||Lucifer||Anthony Annan||Episode: "Candy Morningstar"|
|2017||Teachers||Handsome Preppie||Episode: "Dire Straights"|
|2018||Christmas Cupid's Arrow||David Martin||Television film; also known as The Christmas Cupid|