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I was a sophomore in college, and I did an industrial video about how to use the Internet - that dates me! It was with John Turturro, somehow they had gotten John Turturro to do this thing, and I was so excited and so nervous I probably drank 10 cups of coffee that morning.

I was a sophomore in college, and I did an industrial video about how to use the Internet - that dates me! It was with John Turturro, somehow they had gotten John Turturro to do this thing, and I was so excited and so nervous I probably drank 10 cups of coffee that morning.

I never wanted to give up my given name. I'm proud of it, but the only problem was that no one remembered it. It was just a little too awkward, and they mispronounced it so frequently.

I never wanted to give up my given name. I'm proud of it, but the only problem was that no one remembered it. It was just a little too awkward, and they mispronounced it so frequently.

I think I'm at a place where I haven't really been encountered by anyone overtly strange. But people think they know me. ---->>>

The ironic thing is I took Kole from a family name - we had a vote and they had a few names, but Kole won - and getting it spelled with a 'K' is a constant correction, too. I'll never not be Warren Blosjo; it's just my stage name. ---->>>

Biography

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Nationality: American
Born: 09-23, 1977
Birthplace: San Antonio, Texas, U.S.
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Occupation: Actor
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Warren David Blosjo, Jr. (born September 23, 1977) known professionally as Warren Kole, is an American actor known for his role as LAPD Detective Wes Mitchell on the USA Network original series, Common Law. He also played Roderick on the FOX original series The Following in its first season, and currently stars as FBI Agent Robert Stahl in the NBC crime drama Shades of Blue (wikipedia)