K. C. Collins

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For the actor with a similar name, see Christopher Collins.
K.C. Collins
KC Collins at Fan Expo 1.jpg
Collins in August 2011
Born Kris Collins
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Other names Chris Collins

K.C. Collins, also known as Chris Collins, is a Canadian film, voice and television actor.

Collins was born in Toronto, Ontario, but now[when?] lives in Los Angeles, California. He is best known for his role as Hale on the Canadian television show Lost Girl. He attended Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York, on a baseball scholarship, choosing this rather than options of The University Of Hawaii and Florida State University to stay close to his grandmother who raised him from the age of 6. He left school to pursue an acting career.[1]

Filmography[edit]

  • Due South (1997) (TV series) - Jamal Martin
  • Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science (1999) (TV series) - Adrian Kinkead
  • Love Songs (1999) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - Tom-Tom
  • Mean Streak (1999) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - Runner
  • In Too Deep (1999) (as Chris Collins) - Lookout
  • The Hoop Life (2000) (TV series) - Derek
  • Cheaters (2000) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - Kid with Walkman
  • The Ride (2000) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - College Kid #2
  • Seventeen Again (2000) (as Chris Collins) - Leo
  • They Call Me Sirr (2001) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - Damian
  • Earth: Final Conflict (2001) (TV series) - R.J.
  • Ruby's Bucket of Blood (2001) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - Dugso
  • Sins of the Father (2002) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - Youth
  • Our America (2002) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - James
  • The Red Sneakers (2002) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - Roscoe
  • Doc (2001–2002) (TV series) - Billy
  • Odyssey 5 (2002) (TV series) - Chavo
  • Paid in Full (2002) (as Chris Collins) - Kid #1
  • Conviction (2002) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - Bo
  • Owning Mahowny (2003) (as Chris Collins) - Bernie
  • Good Fences (2003) (TV) (as Chris Collins) - Pee-Pie - Age 15
  • Crime Spree (2003) (as Chris Collins) - Lamar
  • Bulletproof Monk (2003) (as Chris Collins) - Sax
  • Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (2003) (TV series) - Antwan
  • Platinum (2003) (TV series) - Walter
  • Soul Food (2003) (TV series) - Tobias
  • Detention (2003) (as Chris Collins) - Hogie Hogarth
  • Playmakers (2003) (TV series) - Ron Martin
  • Tarzan (2003) (TV series) - Matt Flynn
  • Street Time (2003) (TV series) - Rasheed
  • 1-800-Missing (2003) (TV series) - Dylan Hodder (1 episode, 2003)
  • Blue Murder (2001–2004) (TV series) - Eric Addell
  • Naughty or Nice (2004) (TV) - Bobby
  • Blind Injustice (2005) (TV) - Esteban
  • Kojak (2005) (TV series) - Jimmy Wiles
  • Love Bites (2006) (TV series) - Bret
  • Close to Home (2006) (TV series) - Austin Jackson
  • Doomstown (2006) (TV) - Kevin 'Jedi' Barrows
  • Animal 2 (2007) - James, Jr.
  • Poor Boy's Game (2007) - Charles Carvery
  • Toronto Stories (2008) - Alton Morris
  • Saving God (2008) - Mike
  • The Summit (2008) (mini TV series) - Jale
  • ZOS: Zone of Separation (2009) (mini TV series) - Private Delmore
  • A Day in the Life (2009) - Mesmo
  • Guns (2009) (mini TV series) - Derek Wilmot
  • Flashpoint (2009) - Derek
  • Lost Girl (2010–2014) - Hale
  • The Listener (2012) - Ibrahim's Cheuffer
  • Saving Hope (2012-present) - Dr. Tom Reycraft
  • Robocop (2014) - Andre Daniels

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jacobson, Joel (July 19, 2006). "Actor urges Preston children to reach for their dreams". The Chronicle Herald (Halifax, Nova Scotia). 

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