Taking full advantage of his unusual physical appearance, Linden Banks has become a mainstay of science fiction television, appearing in shows like "The X-Files," "The Outer Limits," and "The Twilight Zone. " Banks began his acting career in 1994 on the comic crime serial "The Commish." Soon after, he was seen in the fantasy film spin-off show "Highlander" and in "The X-Files," the critically acclaimed sci-fi series starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. Banks had a recurring role on the live-action children's action adventure "Saban's Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation," based on the hit comic book, cartoon and film series. He also made multiple appearances on the award-winning science fiction anthology "The Outer Limits" and had a part in "The Twilight Zone" reboot hosted by Forest Whitaker in 2002. In the Emmy-nominated Showtime program "Dead Like Me," about modern-day grim reapers in Seattle, Banks played John Moore in the episode "Dead Girl Walking." He also turned up in the superhero drama "Smallville" and on the similarly paranormal "Supernatural." In 2011, he appeared in AMC's acclaimed crime procedural series "The Killing," which detailed the investigation following the murder of a teenage girl and was nominated for three Critics' Choice Television Awards.