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Mihok got his start doing guest spots in local New York City productions of Law & Order, NYPD Blue, and New York Undercover.
In 1994, Mihok debuted in the independent film, Black is White.
For the 2005 movie Green Street Hooligans, Mihok wrote the title track “Test of a Man." During this time he also collaborated with Daniel Freedman, a jazz drummer, percussionist, and composer on various music projects.
In 2008, he played Detective Martin Soap in the film Punisher: War Zone. In 2017, Mihok appears in the independent film, The Girl Who Invented Kissing, as Victor, a man who becomes mentally handicapped after being in a car accident. His last name is usually mispronounced "me-Hawk," but he says the Czech surname is pronounced "my"-Hawk.
He stars opposite Suki Waterhouse and Vincent Piazza, who plays his younger brother. Mihok says the biggest misconception about Tourette's Syndrome is about vocal tics, called coprolalia.
He has had starring roles in independent features such as Telling You and Loveless in Los Angeles.
In 2006, Mihok appeared in the film Hollywoodland and in 2007 in the film, Firehouse Dog. As part of the 2011 straight-to-video film, Lifted, Mihok and the actor who plays his son in the film, Uriah Shelton, recorded a song called "I Miss You." The film features many musical and dance performances by Mihok. Mihok was named after writer Dashiell Hammett, the author of The Thin Man, The Glass Key and The Maltese Falcon.