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Dar Dixon (born Daryoush Bijarchi) is an Iranian-born American actor.


Dixon was born in Tehran, Iran, on July 21, 1962. Moving to the U.S., he began an acting career in 1992 with an uncredited role as a CIA agent in the TV series Renegade. Dixon has since become known for his appearances in Taprooting, Living Straight, and Ladies of the House.

On Criminal Minds

Dixon appeared as murder victim Gregory Everson in the Season Five finale episode "Our Darkest Hour".

He then reappeared in the Season Nine episode "What Happens in Mecklinburg" as Michael Smith, a college football coach and accomplice to statutory rapists Adam Richmond and Trevor Burkett.


  • The Young and the Restless (2013-2014) as Dr. Burnett/Phyllis' Doctor (7 episodes)
  • Partners (2014) as Lenny
  • Grey's Anatomy (2014) as Dr. Krogan
  • Criminal Minds - "What Happens in Mecklinburg" (2014) TV episode - Michael Smith
  • Revenge (2014) as Dr. Derek Robinson
  • Togetherness (2014) as Bob
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2003-2012) as Bryce Nierman/Chef Davidoff (2 episodes)
  • The Passenger (2013) as Driver/Rinaldi (short)
  • Criminal Minds - "Our Darkest Hour" (2010) TV episode - Gregory Everson
  • Days of Our Lives (2009) as Agent Cobbs (2 episodes)
  • Taprooting (2008) as The Doctor (short)
  • Ladies of the House (2008) as Field Inspector #1
  • Trust Me (2007) as Howard Ingles
  • The Bold and the Beautiful (2005) as Doctor (2 episodes)
  • CSI: Miami (2005) as Daniel Feldman
  • CSI: NY (2005) as Commission Member
  • House M.D. (2005) as Don
  • JAG (2004) as Navy Captain Wilks
  • Living Straight (2003) as Howard Goldberg
  • NCIS (2003) as Captain Tom Bradstone
  • Threat Matrix (2003) as Detective Fawk (2 episodes)
  • Passions (2003) as Coast Guard J.O.
  • The District (2003) as Tom Hoffman
  • 7th Heaven (2002) as Man
  • Strong Medicine (2002) as Code Doctor
  • Discovery (2001) as McGuire (short)
  • The Tiger Woods Story (1998) as Steve Scott's Coach (credited as Dar Bijarchi)
  • NightMan (1997) as Coach (credited as Dar Bijarchi)
  • Silk Stalkings (1993-1997) as Fred/Officer Cooper (2 episodes, credited as Dar Bijarchi)
  • Renegade (1992) as CIA Agent (uncredited)

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For a full filmography, see here.