Badge Dale made his presence felt on the small screen in 2010 with two very different projects.
In March 2010, Badge starred as 'Robert Leckie' in HBO's epic miniseries "The Pacific." The 10-hour event tells the intertwined stories of three U.S. Marines in the Pacific battles against Japan during World War II. The miniseries is executive produced by Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg and Gary Goetzman, the producing team behind the Emmy Award-winning 2001 HBO miniseries "Band of Brothers."
Badge also appeared on AMC's series "Rubicon," a serialized political thriller that revolves around an analyst at a New York City think tank (Dale) whose work leads him to uncover a clue that points him toward an unfolding global conspiracy. Inspired by 1970s conspiracy theory features, the show received a 12-episode pickup from the network, which is also home to the award winning "Mad Men" and "Breaking Bad."
The son of late Broadway, film and television star Anita Morris and two-time Tony Award-winning Director/Choreographer, Grover Dale, James Badge Dale grew up backstage. He followed his parents into the arts making his Off Broadway debut in 2003 with The Flea Theatre Company's "Getting Into Heaven." Since then, he has returned to the stage to work with The New Group and New World Stages.
Badge's most notable film role to date was 'Barrigan' in Martin Scorcese's Academy Award-winning THE DEPARTED. Other films include LORD OF THE FLIES, the film festival darling CROSS BRONX, and the upcoming POLISH BAR.
On television, Badge appeared as 'Chase Edmunds', Kiefer Sutherland's younger partner in the hit series "24." He has also originated memorable roles in both "Rescue Me" and "The Black Donnellys."