Hal Ozsan's first major role was that of Todd Carr on the hit teen drama "Dawson's Creek." As Carr, Hal Ozsan got to be the impish rogue with the silver tongue. On a show known for its characters' sentimentality and (sometimes overwrought) introspection, Ozsan stood out as the charming jerk who loved the push the buttons of all those mushy, existentialist whiners. Ozsan has also proven quite adept at playing the wolf in sheep's clothing. On "Kyle XY," the popular series about a teen with special powers and no belly button, Ozsan dropped the overtly bad guy routine for a suave smile and friendly disposition that covered up a suspicious agenda. Ozsan's other major recurring role on a TV series has been that of Miles Cannon on the fourth return of "90210." As Cannon, Ozsan played a faculty member at the high school who is charming and likeable enough at first (even garnering sympathy, when he's falsely accused of sexual harassment early on), but soon enough reveals himself to be a true predator with a secret history. Those good looks and accent make the perfect cover for something more sinister, and Ozsan has repeatedly delivered surprisingly complex characters just waiting to be discovered behind the curtain.