Christian Tessier

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Christian Tessier
Born January 1, 1978 (1978-01) (age 39)
Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actor-singer
Years active 1989–present

Christian Tessier (born January 1, 1978) is a Canadian actor and singer.

Early career[edit]

Tessier first came to television in 1989, appearing in 18 episodes of the Canadian children's show You Can't Do That on Television. He notably appeared in the remake of The Tomorrow People (1992 to 1995), and the motion picture adaptation of Battlefield Earth as Mickey. He also appeared on two episodes in the TV series Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1992's "Laughing in the Dark" and 1994's "The Curious Camera"). He also appeared on a 1996 episode of the TV series Goosebumps ("Say Cheese and Die!").

Later career[edit]

Later in his career, Tessier appeared in A Call to Remember and five episodes of Battlestar Galactica as Tucker Clellan, Duck served as a Colonial Viper pilot aboard the Battlestar Galactica and was a central character in the webisode series Battlestar Galactica: The Resistance. He also had played Aaron in The Day After Tomorrow but his scene was deleted. In this scene Aaron is a surfer and is killed by a tsunami. He played a minor role in the gay-themed mystery Ice Blues. He appeared in the 2014 Godzilla, but his part was cut for the final film. He also appeared in Wayward Pines and 19-2.

Singing career[edit]

On December 13, 2011, Tessier appeared in a song "Whatever It Is" with Religion Beats. The following year he appeared in "Let It Go" (not to be confused with the one from Frozen). In October 2013, he did vocals for "I Still Love You". He currently lives in Canada.

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