Dillon Casey is an American-born Canadian actor best known for his role as as Sean Pierce in Nikita.
He is also known for his television roles as Chuck in 11 Cameras (2006), as Trevor Lemonde in M.V.P. (2008) and as Sebastian in Valemont (2009).
He also guest starred on various other television series such as Warehouse 13, The Vampire Diaries and Torchwood. He also took to the silver screen appearing in the romantic comedy The Vow starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum.
Casey was raised in Oakville, Ontario. He attended McGill University in Montreal and received his BSc. in environmental science, and a Masters Degree in economics from the University of Toronto.
With his two brothers, Conor and Lyndon, Casey formed Films Dunproppa and teamed up with musician Jay McCarrol, Daniel Palermo and James Gallagher of Ryerson University, Annie Bowker, and MVP's Anastasia Phillips to win first place in the Fall 2006 24 Hour Toronto Film Challenge with their short film titled A Rare Affair. Casey was the lead in the film.
He studies Bak Fu Pai Kung Fu in Los Angeles, the school where Bruce Lee learned the one-inch punch, also known as White Tiger Kung Fu.
Casey currently splits his time between Toronto, Ontario and Los Angeles, California.