Kris Lemche

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Kris Lemche
Born Kristopher Lemche
(1978-01-01) January 1, 1978 (age 36)
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actor
Years active 1996 – present
Known for My Little Eye, Final Destination 3

Kristopher "Kris" Lemche (/ˈlɛmk/; born 1978) is a Canadian actor who has appeared in the films Ginger Snaps, eXistenZ, Final Destination 3, My Little Eye, A Simple Curve, Alter Egos, The Last Casino, Green Guys, Edgar Floats, State's Evidence and Knockaround Guys. His television credits include La Femme Nikita, Emily of New Moon, My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star and Joan of Arcadia and he has guest starred on TV series such as Ghost Whisperer, Flash Forward, Goosebumps, Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension, Twitch City, The Division, Criminal Minds, NCIS: Los Angeles and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Early life[edit]

Lemche was born in Brampton, Ontario to a schoolteacher mother and a father who was the proprietor of a heating business.[1] Lemche attended the Mayfield Secondary School. Before starting his acting career, Lemche held a summer job as a lifeguard. He has a younger sister, Jen and a younger brother, Matt, who is also an actor.

Movie career[edit]

At 17, Lemche answered a newspaper casting call and won a role on the Disney series Flash Forward.

Abandoning plans to study biochemistry in University, Lemche instead moved to Prince Edward Island to work on the CBC series Emily of New Moon. His work on the show earned him a Gemini Award. He traveled to Dublin to film Newton: A Tale of Two Isaacs, Romania for Teen Knight and Prague for Joan of Arc.

Lemche has appeared on La Femme Nikita and in movies such as eXistenZ, Ginger Snaps and Knockaround Guys. In the United States, he has appeared on Dragnet, was a series regular on My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star, and had a recurring role on Joan of Arcadia as one of the incarnations of God. He was then seen on the big screen in Ginger Snaps, Final Destination 3 and A Simple Curve. He has appeared on the CBS show Criminal Minds in the episode Blood Hungry, and three episodes of Ghost Whisperer. Most recently, he had a major role in the television movie 24: Redemption. Lemche stars also in the horror film Grinder who is directed by Richard Clark Jr.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Flash Forward Zed Goldhawk Episode: "Double Bill"
1996 Goosebumps Sticks Episode: "The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight"
1997 Newton: A Tale of Two Isaacs Humphrey Newton TV movie
1998 Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension Rodney Covington Episode: "The Goody Two-Shoes People"
1998-2000 Emily of New Moon Perry Miller 32 episodes
1998-2000 La Femme Nikita Greg Hillinger 5 episodes
1998 Teen Knight Peter
1999 eXistenZ Noel Dichter
1999 Joan of Arc Emile TV movie
1999 Johnny Sean
2000 Twitch City Clinton Episode: "People Who Don't Care About Anything"
Episode: "The Life of Reilly"
2000 Ginger Snaps Sam
2000 Saint Jude Gabe
2000 Children of Fortune Shane Robertson TV movie
2001 Bailey's Mistake Malachy TV movie
2001 Knockaround Guys Decker
2002 My Little Eye Rex
2002 My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star Lucas Zank 5 episodes
2003 Division, TheThe Division Episode: "Murder.com"
2003 L.A. Dragnet Randy Southbrook Episode: "Sticks and Stones"
2003-2004 Joan of Arcadia Cute Boy God 9 episodes
2004 Last Casino, TheThe Last Casino Scott TV movie
2005 Simple Curve, AA Simple Curve Caleb
2005 Criminal Minds Eddy Mays Episode: "Blood Hungry"
2006 Roundhay Garden Scene 2 The Canadian Spy Short film
2006 Final Destination 3 Ian McKinley
2006 Jack Rabbit Darien DeCallo Short film
2006 State's Evidence Patrick
2007 Psych Brandon Peterson Episode: "Poker? I Barely Know Her"
2007 FP, TheThe FP KCDC Short film
2007 Day the Dead Weren't Dead, TheThe Day the Dead Weren't Dead Vincent Baker Short film
2007 Ghost Whisperer Scott the Ghost 3 episodes
2008 24: Redemption Chris Whitley TV movie
2008 Conversation with the Supplicant Supplicant Short film
2009 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead Vince
2009 Fault Line
2009 NCIS: Los Angeles Tom Smith Episode: "Random on Purpose"
2010 Edgar Floats Timmy/Bunny TV movie
2010 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Joey Episode: "Sgweegel"
2011 Green Guys Travis Howard Post-production
2011 Final Destination 5 Ian McKinley Closing Credits
2012 Alter Egos Fridge/Brendan
2012 The Movie Filming
2012 Flashpoint Stewart Episode: "Eyes In"
2013 The Frankenstein Theory Jonathan Venkenheim

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kris Lemche Biography (1978-)
  2. ^ "AFM '09: Two Years Later, 'Grinder' is Completed". 

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