Dohn Norwood is an American actor best known for his role as Psalms in the period drama western television series Hell on Wheels.
His film and television credits include Bruce Almighty, Mini's First Time, Castle, Entourage, Without a Trace, ER, Bones and The Closer.
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, Dohn went on to receive his Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of California, San Diego.
While at U.C.S.D., Dohn traveled to Dakar, Senegal in West Africa where he performed a one-man show centered on his childhood while growing up on Indianapolis' Westside.
At the conclusion of Norwood's stay at U.C.S.D., he moved on to Los Angeles, California where he currently resides. His first introduction to LA's performing arts world was as the role of Romeo in the Ahmanson Theatre's production of Romeo & Juliet directed by Sir Peter Hall of the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2001.
Dohn has been involved in theatre and performance since the fourth grade when he took part in an after school drama club program while attending Indianapolis Public School No. 2 in downtown Indianapolis.
He went on to be part of the performing arts magnet at both Shortridge Junior High School and Broad Ripple High School.
Dohn has had guest starring roles in numerous television series including The Practice, Strong Medicine, Numb3rs, Raising the Bar, Sons of Anarchy, Law & Order: LA, Harry's Law and Southland.