Joe Dinicol

Joe Dinicol started his career as a child actor at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, and has since appeared on the Canadian television series Train 48 and Rideau Hall.

On film, Dinicol appeared in Elvis Meets Nixon, The Virgin Suicides, Weirdsville and in 2007 played Eliot Stone, one of the leads in George A. Romero’s Diary of the Dead. Other film roles include Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, My Babysitter's a Vampire and Bad Meat.

On television, Dinicol appeared in Eerie, Indiana, The Famous Jett Jackson, Haven, Flashpoint and more. In 2012, he was one of the leads in the CW’s The L.A. Complex and Dinicol was the lead of the Amazon-produced series Betas. He also had recurring roles as Dr. Mitchell Spencer in Gray’s Anatomy, David Wagner in Blindspot and Craig Bosch in Halt and Catch Fire.

In 2016, he took on the role of the hero Ragman aka Rory Regan in the CW’s Arrow.

Joe just wrapped the independent feature "TWO DEATHS OF HENRY BAKER" with Gil Bellows and Tony Curran.