Lucas Bryant

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Lucas Bryant
Lucas Bryant.jpg
Bryant at MIPCOM in Cannes, France, 4 October 2010
Born (1978-09-28) September 28, 1978 (age 36)
Elmira, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actor
Years active 2002–present
Spouse(s) Kirsty Hinchcliffe (1 child)

Lucas Bryant (born September 28, 1978) is a Canadian-American actor. Bryant is most well known for his role as Nathan Wuornos in the Syfy TV channel series Haven (2010–present).

Early life[edit]

Bryant was born in Elmira, Ontario, Canada and he currently has dual Canadian and U.S. citizenship.[1] His father is from North Dakota and is of Scandinavian/Finnish heritage.[2][3] His mother was also born and raised in the United States. Bryant graduated from Elmira District Secondary School and studied acting at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario.[4]

Acting career[edit]

He was the star of the short-lived UPN television series Sex, Love & Secrets. For television, Bryant has appeared in the movies Playing House and More Sex and the Single Mom, as well as guest starred in the series Queer as Folk, Odyssey 5 and Playmakers. He has also starred in Canadian television projects, including Crazy Canucks, An American in Canada and The Eleventh Hour. Bryant has appeared on stage all over Canada in many productions, including The Crucible and The King and I.[citation needed] Bryant appeared as Gabe McCall on the CBC drama MVP: The Secret Lives of Hockey Wives. He currently stars in Haven, a TV series based on Stephen King's novel "The Colorado Kid".[5] He and Haven co-star Emily Rose previously starred together in the 2010 "made-for-TV" suspense-thriller Perfect Plan[6]

BuddyTV ranked him #72 on its list of "TV's Sexiest Men of 2011".[7]

In late-2012, Bryant starred in the Lifetime original movie Merry In-Laws. Bryant played Peter, a teacher who becomes engaged to an astronomer. When she meets his parents she learns that they are really Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. The film co-stars former Cheers stars George Wendt and Shelley Long as Mr. and Mrs. Clause. The film is directed by Leslie Hope who previously directed Bryant in A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride.[8][9]

Personal life[edit]

Bryant is married to Australian-born actress and personal trainer Kirsty Hinchcliffe. They have a daughter born in August 2008 [10][11]and, as of July 2010, live in Santa Monica, California.[12][13]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Title Year Role Notes
Sunday Morning 2006 Karey Brant
Hate Musicals 2007 Brad Short film
Vow, TheThe Vow 2012 Kyle Supporting role
Girl King, TheThe Girl King 2015 Johan Oxenstierna filming

Television[edit]

Title Year Role Notes
Queer as Folk 2002 student 1 episode: "...Wherever That Dream May Lead You"
Playmakers 2003 1 episode: "Man in Motion"
American in Canada, AnAn American in Canada
Crazy Canucks 2004 Ken Read Television film
Eleventh Hour, TheThe Eleventh Hour 1 episode: "Stormy Petrel"
Odyssey 5 Young Chuck Taggert 1 episode: "Begotten"
More Sex & the Single Mom 2005 Gabe Emerson Television film
Queer as Folk Tucker 2 episodes: "Anything in Common" and "I Love You"
Sex, Love & Secrets Milo Vanderbeer Main role (7 episodes)
Playing House 2006 Calvin Puddie Television film
MVP 2008 Gabe McCall Series regular
Faux Baby Harry Web series; series regular (5 episodes)
Very Merry Daughter of the Bride, AA Very Merry Daughter of the Bride Dylan Television film
Dollhouse 2009 Travis Leeds 1 episode: "Echo"; deleted scene, uncredited
Haven 2010–present Nathan Wuornos Main role
Perfect Plan 2011 Sean / Keenan Blake Television film
Merry In-Laws 2012 Peter Television film
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2013 Shaun McHenry 1 episode: "Dead of the Class"
Cracked Jesse Powell 1 episode: "Old Soldiers"
Beauty & the Beast Paul Davis 2 episodes: "Heart of Darkness" and "Playing with Fire"

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