Jonathan Frederick Togo (born August 25, 1977) is an American actor best known for his role in CSI: Miami as Ryan Wolfe.
Togo was born in Rockland, Massachusetts, the son of Sheila, a store owner, and Michael Togo, a graphic designer.Togo's mother is of Italian and Irish descent and his father is Jewish, with the original family surname, "Tonkaviev", shortened by a forefather who wanted something snappier for his carpet business.
He was raised in Rockland, Massachusetts. As a child, he attended a Hebrew school and graduated from Rockland High School in 1995, where he was a wrestler. Jonathan Togo attended the "Project Contemporary Competitiveness, Advanced Study Program" (a.k.a. PCC ASP) as a student in 1991 and 1992,then worked as a proctor in 1996. He went on to attend Vassar College, graduating with an B.A in theater, and furthered his studies at the National Theater Institute of the Eugene O’Neill Theater. While at Vassar he performed in a band named "The El Conquistadors" (originally named Skabba the Hut) with Sam Endicott and John Conway, both of whom are now members of the successful band The Bravery.
Togo has performed and participated in numerous plays, including Our Country's Good. While he is most famous for his role as Ryan Wolfe in CSI: Miami, he has other TV show credits under his belt including a starring role in Special Unit 2, as well as appearances in Judging Amy and he also plays a store clerk in Mystic River. In 2008 Togo wrote and directed his first web series, My Best Friend Is My Penis for Atom.com. He appeared in a video called Gay boyfriend.
Togo dated fellow D-listed actress Diana Gettinger from before he was cast to CSI: Miami in 2004, and they were spotted together at CSI:Miami 100th Episode Party in January 2006 but it has been reported he's single now.