Gavin Stenhouse is a Hong Kong born English actor best known for his starring role as Alex O'Connor, a gifted CIA analyst who is assigned to a joint FBI-CIA investigation into an SVR plot to destroy critical infrastructure within the United States, in the spy drama television series Allegiance.
Other credits include American Horror Story, Major Crimes and Person of Interest.
In 2007 Stenhouse graduated from the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. He was then cast by Sam Mendes in the Bridge Project's stage production of Richard III, opposite Kevin Spacey. Stenhouse performed in more than 200 productions of the play, touring 12 different countries in just a year.
Born in Hong Kong, Stenhouse spent his childhood in Lewes, a small town in the south of England. The son of an airline pilot and a teacher, he aspired to be a biologist before discovering acting.
He also has a love of music and has studied flamenco guitar and gypsy jazz.