After several years' worth of small television parts, Dorian Missick made his film debut in a supporting role in the romantic comedy hit "Two Weeks Notice," starring Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant. Further films increased his profile, including a pivotal role as a mobster assassin in the cult action sleeper "Lucky Number Slevin." Simultaneously, Missick began working regularly in television; by 2006, he was co-starring in the short-lived drama "Six Degrees." Two other series, superhero fantasy "The Cape" and critically acclaimed gritty cop drama "Southland," followed, along with guest-starring roles in other series. In 2009, Missick starred in the web-only drama "Lenox Avenue."