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Winter Sun (2002) (Duncan)
  • Gabe filmed this short Canadian film in March of 2002, which screened in November 2002 at the Female Eye Film Festival.
  • Blind (1999) (The Date)

  • Jane (Krista Bridges) is a lonely young woman who has been having phone conversations with a charming young man (Gabriel Hogan) for months before she ventures out of her home to go on a date with him.
  • This short film is 11 minutes long, made on 35 mm film.
  • Love and Death on Long Island (1997) (Jake)

  • Jake has a short scene in the movie where he takes someone else's life.
  • Buy this movie on VHS or DVD.
  • Red Scorpion II (1994) (Unknown)

  • Buy this movie on VHS.
  • Blue City Slammers (1988) (Joe)

  • This was Gabriel's first movie role when he was only 12 years old, and was directed by a family friend.

  • Made-for-Television

    The One (2003) (Gordie Parks)
  • Gordie Parks is the fiancÚ of a young woman named Gail, who just happens to be the object of Michael Blake's (Richard Ruccolo) obsession/affection. Gordie's not a bad guy, but he's more into hockey and his buddies than he is into Gail.
  • Stolen Miracle (2001) (Constable Sheldon Taylor)

  • Gabriel plays Leslie Hope's partner in this touching drama about a family whose baby daughter is stolen at Christmastime in this telefilm based on true events.
  • Shadow Lake (1999) (Steve)

  • This was Gabriel's first co-starring role with his father, Michael Hogan.
  • Flood: A River's Rampage (1997) (Bobby)

  • Gabriel plays the 'too good to be true' childhood sweetheart of the lead male character's daughter. He has a fairly large role.
  • Buy this movie on VHS.
  • Peacekeepers (1997) (Lieutenant Bobby Danko)

  • Danko is the leader of his UN troop in the former Yugoslavia, a quiet, secretive man who commands his troops with respect.
  • Gabriel received a Gemini nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series for this role.
  • Pit Pony (1997) (Ned Hall)

  • Ned is the miner / sweetheart of the young female lead (played by future 'The Associates' co-star Jennie Raymond).
  • Elvis Meets Nixon (1997) (Bobby Bishop)

  • Bobby Bishop is one of Elvis' bodyguards.
  • Buy this movie on VHS.
  • The Halfback of Notre Dame (1996) (Crazy Modeau)

  • Gabriel plays Crazy, the smart, artistic, and caring son of the football coach who falls for Esmerelda. She helps him rediscover his love for music, and he has to choose between football and Esmerelda. This was his first starring role in a movie.
  • Buy this movie on VHS.
  • Educating Matt Waters (1996) (Unknown)

    Rebound: The Legend of Earl 'The Goat' Manigault (1996) (Unknown)

  • Buy this movie on VHS.
  • Sins of Silence (1996) (Restaurant Patron)

    Television Roles

    The Associates (1990) (Mitch Barnsworth)
  • Mitch is the nephew of the man who runs the firm, a recent transplant from the U.K. who has a British accent and a history of sexual indiscretions.
  • Traders (1996) (Ian Farnham)

    Recurring Guest Roles

    Playmakers (2003) (Guard Dog Fredericks)
  • The Piss Man (September 2, 2003)
  • Talk Radio (October 7, 2003)
  • The Outing (October 28, 2003)
  • Tenth of a Second (November 4, 2003)
  • Week 17 (November 11, 2003)
  • Peter Benchley's Amazon (1999) (Falconer John)

  • Nightfall (October 2, 1999)
  • Suffer the Little Children (October 9, 1999)
  • The Fierce Ones (October 16, 1999)
  • The Chosen (October 23, 1999)
  • The End of the World (October 30, 1999)
  • The Lost Words (November 6, 1999)
  • Resurrection (November 13, 1999)
  • The Blood Angel (November 20, 1999)
  • War (November 27, 1999)
  • Eyes in the Dark (January 22, 2000)
  • The First Stone (January 29, 2000)
  • The Finding (February 12, 2000)
  • Escape (February 19, 2000)
  • Home (February 26, 2000)
  • The Pale Horseman (April 15, 2000)
  • Circle of Fire (April 29, 2000)
  • Wild Child (May 13, 2000)
  • A Bible and a Gun (May 20, 2000)
  • This series about six American whose plane crashes in the Amazon ran for 24 episodes on Global. Gabriel played Falconer John, the handsome Amazonian who was enamored with one of the survivors, and vowed to protect the Chosen child.

  • Television Guest Appearances

    Wonderfalls (2004) (March 12, 2004)
  • Wax Lion (Thomas)
  • Thomas is the town's newest divorced bachelor, but it turns out that Sharon isn't interested in Thomas, but in someone else.
  • Tom Stone (2002) (January 26, 2003)

  • Busted Shoulder (Unknown)
  • Mutant X (2001) (November 16, 2002)

  • Crossroads of the Soul (Josh Marcus)
  • Josh Marcus is the grandson of a man who founded a town that seems to be set in the early 20th century, who kills Sheriff Zander then frames Jesse for the crime in order to keep his community cut off from the outside world.
  • Made in Canada (2001) (January 22, 2001)

  • Happiest Girl in the World (Kyle)
  • Kyle is Victor's driver, who Siobhan marries to get him a role as producer on the show. After Kyle is exposed as a former stripper, he agrees to waive any claim in the divorce for a minor part on a children's show.
  • Nikita (1997) (April 25, 1999)

  • Walk On By (Jamey)
  • Jamey was a childhood friend of Nikita's who ended up in the Section.
  • Power Play (1998) (December 10, 1998)

  • The Bad Boy (Bobby Gunn)
  • Bobby Gunn is a ringer Brett Parker tries to bring in for the team, but noseringed Gunn (who comes complete with his own band, 'Gross Misconduct') is too much for even Brett to handle...especially when he starts dating Brett's daughter Michelle!
  • Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (January 26, 1998)

  • Hell Week (Jarred MacKeigan)
  • Jarred tortures a young man named Sean, who has the power to move things with his does his long-lost twin brother, Alex. Jarred ends up impaled on a pipe when he pokes fun at the twin(s) one time too many.
  • Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (May 22, 1995)

  • Goodbye Mr. Caine (Little Tony)
  • Forever Knight (November 14, 1994)

  • Can't Run, Can't Hide (Young Soldier)

  • Theatre Credits

    The Weekend Healer (Factory and Neptune Theatres)
  • Based on the novel by Bryden MacDonald.
  • Forever Young (Theatre Passe Muraille)

    Our Town (Stephen Leacock Centre)

    The Old Man's Band (Blyth Festival)

    Macbeth (404 Theatre [Newmarket, ON])


    16th Annual Gemini Awards (2002)
  • Nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role for his role in The Associates.
  • Best of Open Mike with Mike Bullard (January 15, 2001)

  • Also on that night were Mega-Mayor Mel Lastman and swing-star Johnny Favorite.
  • 12th Annual Gemini Awards (1998)

  • Nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series for his role in Peacekeepers.
  • Best of Open Mike with Mike Bullard (March 3, 1998)

  • Gabriel and his father appeared on this episode with Amanda and Malcolm Forsyth in a special about fathers and children in the entertainment field.

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