Who is Reilly Dolman from the TV series ‘Travelers’? Wiki bio
Reilly Dolman was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on February 29, 1988 – his zodiac sign is Pisces and he is a Canadian national. Reilly is an actor, perhaps most famous for his portrayal of Philip Pearson in the sci-fi mystery-drama series ‘Travelers’, which aired from 2016 to 2018 and starring Eric McCormack, MacKenzie Porter and Nesta Cooper. It follows people in the future, learning how to send their consciousness to people living in the 21st century to convince them to change their ways so they don’t destroy their planet. The series won four awards and was nominated for 16 others.
Youth and education
Reilly was raised as a single child in Vancouver by his father, who was a mail carrier, and his mother, who worked as a nurse at a local hospital. Reilly was interested in sports when he started elementary school, and when he enrolled in a public high school, he began playing soccer for the school team. He was not interested in acting until he took a digital media course, and it was during 11th grade that he joined the school’s drama club and began appearing in almost all the plays performed there.
He enrolled in 2006 and did not enroll in any university after that, but continued his career as an actor.
Roles in TV series
Reilly made his TV series debut in 2007, playing Brennan in the episode “The List” of the sci-fi drama series “Bionic Woman”, starring Michelle Ryan and Miguel Ferrer, and which focuses closely on the eponymous 1970s. TV series that followed an athlete with bionic power. The series was nominated for a 2008 Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects and Foley for Short form Television at Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA.
In 2010, Reilly played Brian in the “Speed” episode of the comedy series “The Troop”which follows three teenagers living in the made-up town of Lakewood as they battle supernatural creatures.
The following year, he played Jason in two episodes of the military science fiction series “Stargate Universe,” starring Robert Carlyle, Louis Ferreira, and Brian J. Smith, and which is about soldiers and civilians living on a starship as they try to make their way back home. The series was a huge success, winning nine awards while being nominated for 29 others, including three Primetime Emmys.
In 2014, Reilly played Noah in the episode “We Are Family” of the medical drama series “Rush” – the series only ran between July 17, 2014 and October 2, 2014. One of his last TV series appearances was in the episode “A Kingdom Unto Itself’ from the Canadian historical drama ‘Frontier’, which depicts the fur trade in Canada in the 18th century.
Roles in movies
Reilly made his screen debut in 2010, playing Jake in the direct-to-DVD family movie “Flicka 2”, starring Patrick Warburton and Tammin Sursok, which follows teenage Carrie who moves to a horse ranch after falling into a major city; the film was nominated for two awards. In the same year, Reilly played Richard Perkins in the short romantic drama film “A Brothers Love” directed by Matt Drake and written by Madison Padgett.
He next appeared as Kyle in the television movie “Goblin”, directed by Jeffery Scott Lando and filmed in Pitt Meadows in British Columbia, and played James in the Lifetime Television Thriller Movie “Bond of Silence”which is based on the true events when a woman’s husband was murdered by a troubled teenager.
In 2011, Reilly Lawson starred in the action-adventure drama movie “Mega Cyclone”, starring David Sutcliffe and Mitch Pileggi and which received rather bad reviews as it has a rating of 3.7/10 on the IMDb website for movies and TV series. Two years later in 2013, Reilly appeared as Brody McAllister in the biographical crime drama film “Romeo Killer: The Chris Porco Story”, about a student who killed his father and tried to kill his mother while they slept; the film won Matthew Rogers a Leo Award for Best Musical Score in a Television Movie. Later that year, Reilly Daevon starred in the action horror thriller film “Scarecrow”, starring Lacey Chabert and Robin Dunne, and follows six teenagers who face a mysterious evil being. The film won two awards and was nominated for six others.
Two of Reilly’s latest roles in movies were in the comedy short “Missed Connections”, starring Jena BenDaali and Dan Haney and which follows a woman who finds an ad about herself on the Internet; and Reilly portrayed Colin Martin in the Canadian sci-fi disaster movie “Zodiac: Signs of the Apocalypse” in 2014, which received rather bad reviews.
Love life and relationships
It is widely believed that Reilly is in a relationship with Mara Valencia, who gave birth to their child in 2017. The two met through social media, as Mara is very active on Twitter, and they started dating in the summer of 2016. Mara and Reilly are not married and since they have not been seen spending time together in public, it is believed that the two broke up soon after the baby was born, but that Reilly is doing his best to be a good father and Mara and the baby helps financially.
Rumors are also circulating on the internet that Reilly is currently in a relationship with an actress alongside whom he appeared in the “Travelers” series, and that the two have been together for almost a year now. Several of Reilly’s fans have stated they saw him with the girl, but he declined to comment on his personal matters.
Hobbies and other interests
Reilly is a big animal lover and has two pet dogs while his favorite animals are horses since he worked with different animals during the shooting of the movie “Flicka 2”. He enjoys watching stand-up comedians perform, and his favorite among those he’s seen so far is Jack Blackwhile also enjoying watching the late Robin William’s performances on YouTube as well as Chris Rock.
He loves to travel and has been to the US several times to shoot for his films and TV series, while also having had the opportunity to go to Europe, visiting London in England and Rome in Italy.
Reilly has his own favorite actors and actresses, including Jim Carrey, Eddie Murphy, and Kate Winslet, while some of his favorite movies include “The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” “Bruce Almighty,” and “Meet Dave.”
Appearance and power
Reilly is 32 years old. He has short blonde hair and blue eyes, is 6 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 180 pounds. From May 2020, his net worth is estimated at over $1 million.