Lemke in 2016
Roger Anthony Lemke|
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
|Alma mater||McGill University, University of Waterloo|
|Television||Syfy's Dark Matter (TV Series)|
Early life and education
Anthony Lemke was born in Ottawa, Ontario. He is the child of immigrants, his parents having arrived from The Netherlands and East Prussia in the early 1960s. Lemke attended elementary and high school in French under the immersion programs at Knoxdale Public School, Greenbank Middle School and Sir Robert Borden High School in Nepean.
Upon graduation he moved to Waterloo, Ontario to study theatre at the University of Waterloo. Lemke also holds degrees in both common law and civil law, having graduated from the McGill University Faculty of Law with Distinction.
Lemke landed his first professional role in a production of the play Nurse Jane Goes to Hawaii  by the Canadian playwright Allan Stratton at what is now the King's Wharf Theatre. His first role in a TV series followed shortly thereafter when he was cast in La Femme Nikita. He got the role largely because he could speak Czech from the year he spent teaching English in the Czech Republic.
In 2000 Lemke landed the role of the mustachio-twirling mercenary Captain Grisham on the fantasy-genre series The Queen of Swords, which Variety Magazine declared a "guilty pleasure". He also played James Murphy, the son of Alex Murphy (aka RoboCop), in RoboCop: Prime Directives, a four-part mini-series that aired in 2001.
In 2003 Lemke enrolled in law school at the McGill University in Montreal, during which time he continued to act, including regular roles on the Montreal-shot series 15/Love (season 3) and CBC Television's Rumours. He also portrayed Rob Smith in A Life Interrupted, which was nominated for the Best TV Movie at the 2008 Gemini Awards.
Since returning full-time to acting after law school, Lemke has a deep collection of credits to his name in both English and French. In 2008 he joined the cast of Radio Canada's comedy-drama Les Hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin, playing David Rothstein, a character that Montreal newspaper La Presse numbers among the few anglophone characters to ever "mark the soul" of Quebecers. He followed up in French with recurring roles on Mémoires Vives, Mirador, Nouvelle Adresse, all of which are Gémeaux Award nominated TV series.
In 2011, he joined the casts of Lost Girl and Montreal-shot Blue Mountain State for multiple-episode arcs. The same year, Lemke took on the part of Le Vulgaire in the bi-lingual film Rouge Sang; the film garnered 3 Canadian Screen Award nominations.
In 2014, Lemke reprised his role of Brian Becker for the fifth season of CTV and Fox International's The Listener, a role he had played during season 1. Lemke also began a 7-episode run over two seasons on Bravo's police drama 19-2 as SQ Officer Dan Malloy. The series received 10 Canadian Screen Award nominations, including best dramatic series. Also in 2014, Lemke was cast in the role of "Three" (aka. Marcus Boone) in the science fiction television series Dark Matter. The series shot 39 episodes over three seasons from 2015-2017. Lemke appeared in all 39 episodes.
Lemke married classical musician Maria Gacesa in 2001, when the couple were living in Toronto. They have lived most of their lives since in Montreal, where the couple's three children were born. In 2014, Lemke and his family moved to Prince Edward County, Ontario.
|1997||Shake, Rattle and Roll||Sandra Phalor||Short film|
|2000||American Psycho||Marcus Halberstram|
|2002||Time of the Wolf||Alex McKenzie|
|2002||Rub & Tug||Henry|
|2003||Rhinoceros Eyes||Movie Actor / Dick|
|2009||Dead like Me: Life After Death||Firefighter||Direct-to-DVD|
|2010||One Last Dance||Josh||Short film|
Also: Writer, Producer
|2011||Coteau Rouge||Jason Singleton||French-language film|
|2011||Faces in the Crowd||Bryce #3|
|2011||Down the Road Again||Matt Burns|
|2013||Rouge Sang||Le vulgaire||in French and English|
|2013||White House Down||Captain Hutton|
|2014||Real Lies||Coinjoint de Rachel||French-language film; also known as Le vrai du faux|
|2015||The Forbidden Room||Bud|
|2015||Sleepless||Greg Shaw||Short film|
|1997||La Femme Nikita||Guard||Episode: "Gray"|
|1997||Fast Track||Willy Voss||Episode: "The Race Fan"|
|1999||Too Rich: The Secret Life of Doris Duke||Walker Inman||Television miniseries|
|1999||Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal||Marc Hagan||3 episodes|
|1999||Ricky Nelson: Original Teen Idol||David Nelson||Television movie; also known as The Ricky Nelson Story|
|2000||Twice in a Lifetime||Young Dr. Hugh Janyk||Episode: "Old Flames"|
|2000||Relic Hunter||Brad||Episode: "Affaire de Coeur"|
|2000||D.C.||Legislative Director Robert||Episode: Pilot|
|2000||The Famous Jett Jackson||Marco||Episode: "Step Up"|
|2001||Earth Angels||Television movie|
|2001||RoboCop: Prime Directives||OCP Executive James Murphy||Television miniseries; main role|
|2000–01||Queen of Swords||Captain Marcus Grisham||Main role, 22 episodes|
|2001||Witchblade||Isaac Sullivan||Episode: "Diplopia"|
|2001||Andromeda||Leydon Bryce-Hawkins||Episode: "A Heart for Falsehood Framed"|
|2001||Mutant X||Charles Marlowe||Episode: "Meaning of Death"|
|2001||Earth: Final Conflict||Gren||Episode: "Entombed"|
|2002||Haven't We Met Before?||Detective Jack Cobel||Television movie|
|2002||Tom Stone||Luis Arramendia||Episode: "The Last Go Round"|
|2003||Do or Die||Jack Hennessey||Television movie|
|2003||Doc||Richard Black||3 episodes|
|2004||A Deadly Encounter||Tony Brock||Television movie; also known as Over the Edge|
|2004||False Pretenses||Randal Ackers||Television movie|
|2006||Proof of Lies||Chuck Hartley||Television movie|
|2006||15/Love||Coach Daniel Brock||Recurring role (season 3), 14 episodes|
|2006||Legacy of Fear||Jack Cobell||Television movie|
|2006–07||Rumours||Charles Jefferson||Recurring role, 7 episodes|
|2007||A Life Interrupted||Rob Smith||Television movie|
Nominated: Best TV Movie, Gemini Award (2008)
|2007||Wide Awake||Robert Turner||Television movie|
|2007||Heartland||Carl||Episode: "One Trick Pony"|
|2008–09||Les Hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin||David Rothstein||Recurring role, 16 episodes; French-language TV series|
|2009||The Last Templar||Clive Edmonston||Television miniseries|
|2009||Reverse Angle||Harry Griggs||Television movie|
|2009||The Phantom||Detective Clark Ellis||Television miniseries|
|2009||Murdoch Mysteries||Henry Bixby||Episode: "Shades of Gray"|
|2009–14||The Listener||Brian Becker||Recurring role (season 1); main role (season 5); 22 episodes|
|2010||The Cutting Edge: Fire & Ice||James Agent||Television movie|
|2010||You Lucky Dog||Don Lally||Television movie|
|2010||Dead Lines||Adam Fyne||Television movie|
|2010||30 Vies||Marc Turpin||French-language TV series|
|2011||XIII: The Series||Markle||Episode: "Costa Verde"|
|2011||Warehouse 13||Michael Martin||Episode: "Queen for a Day"|
|2011||Who Is Simon Miller?||Jeffrey||Television movie|
|2011||Flashpoint||Tim Engels||Episode: "Wild Card"|
|2011||Mirador||Peter ami de Véro||4 episodes; French-language TV series|
|2011||Blue Mountain State||Coach Marcus Gilday||Recurring role, 6 episodes|
|2011–12||Lost Girl||Ryan Lambert||Recurring role, 5 episodes|
|2012||Trauma||Plasticien de Stella||Episode: "Humains et machines"; French-language TV series|
|2013||Exploding Sun||Craig Bakus||Television movie|
|2013||Still Life: A Three Pines Mystery||Inspector Jean-Guy Beauvoir||Television movie|
|2013||Witches of East End||Harrison Welles||3 episodes|
|2013–14||Mémoires vives||Richard||5 episodes; French-language TV series|
|2014||Nouvelle adresse||Tom Severson||3 episodes; French-language TV series|
|2014||Bomb Girls: Facing the Enemy||Philip Davis||Television movie|
|2014||Murdoch Mysteries||Father Clements||Episodes: "Glory Days", "Holy Matrimony, Murdoch!"|
|2014–15||19-2||Dan Malloy - SQ||Recurring role, 7 episodes|
|2015||Good Witch||Ryan Elliott||Main role, 10 episodes|
|2017||Private Eyes||Jack Sugar||Episode: Boardwalk Empire|
|2015–2017||Dark Matter||Three / Marcus Boone||Main role, 39 episodes|
|2018||Blindspot (TV series)||Victor||Multiple episodes|
|2014||Watch Dogs: Bad Blood||Additional voices|
|2014||Assassin's Creed: Unity||Pierre Bellec / 'Murder Foretold' Vinyard Worker|
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