Victor Webster

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Victor Webster
Victor Webster at FanExpo 2012-1.jpg
Webster at a panel for Continuum at the 2012 Fan Expo Canada
Born (1973-02-07) February 7, 1973 (age 41)
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Years active 1998–present
Website
www.victorwebster.com

Victor Webster (born February 7, 1973) is a Canadian actor. He is known for playing the mutant Brennan Mulwray in Mutant X, Coop the cupid on Charmed and detective Carlos Fonnegra in Continuum.

Early life[edit]

Victor Webster was born in Calgary, Alberta, the son of Roswitha, a hair stylist, and John ("Jack") Webster, a police officer.[1] As a teenager, his misbehaviour often got him into trouble. To find another more productive outlet, he started studying martial arts and eventually became a teacher, earning an undefeated record as an amateur kickboxer and a heavyweight black belt. Meanwhile, his early interest in acting was demonstrated in his involvement with numerous school plays and theater classes.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Webster worked as a stockbroker and in import/export.[citation needed] He appeared in Cosmopolitan Magazine's "All About Men" 1998 special issue. He began to pursue acting opportunities in the late 1990s. In 1999 he landed a part on the NBC daytime soap opera, Days of Our Lives. After leaving Days, he was cast as one of the leads in the nationally syndicated SF-action series Mutant X (2001), which ran for three seasons. In 2002, he was listed as one of People Magazine's "50 Most Eligible Bachelors".

Webster appeared in the film Bringing Down the House and made guest appearances on other TV shows, including a 2003 role on HBO's Sex and the City, while doing Mutant X. Since Mutant X, Webster has continued to alternate between television and theatrical film roles. In 2006 he appeared in the final episodes of Charmed, portraying Coop, a cupid who married Phoebe Halliwell (played by Alyssa Milano) in the final episode of the series.

In 2009, Webster had a recurring role as Caleb Brewer on the Melrose Place relaunch. He appeared on the Season 5 episode "Parasite" of Criminal Minds playing a con artist-turned-serial killer. He also guest-starred in the 2009 murder mystery Harper's Island. He had a small role in the 2010 Tyler Perry film Why Did I Get Married Too. In 2011, he had a recurring role on Castle as Kate Beckett's boyfriend, Josh Davidson. In the 2013 remake of 'Embrace of the Vampire', he played the lead male vampire Stefan.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Sunset Beach Roger 3 episodes
1999 The Lot Victor Mansfield
1999–2000 Days of Our Lives Nicholas Alamain #2
2000 Gangland Joey
2000 The Chippendales Murder Marco Carolo
2001 Baywatch Lyle Garrett
2001 Becker Craig
2001 V.I.P. Dean McGee
2001–2004 Mutant X Brennan Mulwray 66 episodes
2002 Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled Hunter
2003 Bringing Down the House Glen
2003 Sex and the City Chip Kil-Kinney Episode: "To Market, to Market"
2005 Dirty Love Richard
2005 Las Vegas Estefan
2005 Must Love Dogs Eric
2005 Inconceivable Sam Marrak
2005 Noah's Arc Brett
2006 Man vs. Monday Paul
2006 Emily's Reasons Why Not Stan
2006 Related Marco 4 episodes
2006 Life Happens Chuck
2006 Charmed Coop 7 episodes
2006 Reba Jordan
2007 CSI: Miami Roberto Chavez
2007 NCIS Dane Hogan
2007 Sands of Oblivion Mark Tevis
2007 Lincoln Heights Dr. Christian Mario 6 episodes
2007 Moonlight Owen Haggans
2007 Primal Scream Jesse
2008 Heart of a Dragon Rick Hansen
2009 Killer Hair Vic Donovan
2009 Hostile Makeover Vic Donovan
2009 Harper's Island Hunter Jennings 3 episodes
2009 Melrose Place Caleb 8 episodes
2010 Criminal Minds Bill Hodges 1 episode
2010 Burning Palms Paulo
2010 Bones Brad Benson 1 episode
2010 Castle Josh Davidson 4 episodes
2011 Drop Dead Diva Gary Rice 1 episode
2011 NCIS: Los Angeles Stanley King 1 episode
2011 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Bill Pernin 1 episode
2012–present Continuum Carlos Fonnegra
2012 The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption Mathayus
2012 White Collar Eric Dunham 1 episode
2012 Puppy Love Ben TV movie
2013 Embrace of the Vampire Professor Brendan Cole / Stefan TV movie
2015 The Dying of the Light Filming

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