Kevin Hanchard

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Kevin Hanchard
Kevin Hanchard by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Hanchard in 2016
Born (1974-07-04) July 4, 1974 (age 48)
NationalityCanadian
OccupationActor
Years active1998–present
Known forOrphan Black

Kevin Hanchard (born July 4, 1974) is a Canadian actor, best known for his roles as Det. Arthur Bell in Orphan Black[1] and Inspector Sematimba in The Expanse. Hanchard currently appears as Superintendent Joseph Donovan in Hudson and Rex.

On stage, Hanchard is known primarily for his performances at the Stratford Festival and the Shaw Festival, including productions of Fuenteovejuna, Macbeth, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Topdog/Underdog,[2] The Millionairess and His Girl Friday. He is a two-time nominee for the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male in a Principal Role – Play, in 2009 for Miss Julie: Freedom Summer and in 2011 for Topdog / Underdog[3] as well as was a shortlisted nominee in the Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category for Orphan Black at the 2nd Canadian Screen Awards.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Four Brothers Baffled Cop
2006 Take the Lead Woodley
2007 This Beautiful City Father
2011 Family Man Paul
2012 Dream House Sergeant Johnson Uncredited
2014 Jihad Gigolo Miled Mannered Man Short
2014 Guidance Principal Newman
2015 Born to Be Blue Dizzy Gillespie
2016 Suicide Squad Casino Boss
2016 Fox Trouble Arnold Short
2017 It's Not My Fault and I Don't Care Anyway Edward
2017 Accidentals Darryl Short
2017 Wish Upon Carl Morris
2019 From the Vine John

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Due South Paramedic (Uncredited) 1 Episode: #4.2
1999 Tales from the Cryptkeeper Marry Anne's Dad (Voice) 1 Episode: #3.2
2000 Hendrix Little Richard Television Movie
2002 Mom's on Strike Secretary Television Movie
2003 America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story Lawyer Television Movie
2003 Jasper, Texas Thurman Bryd Television Movie
2005 Metropia Cory 1 Episode: #1.58
2005 The Eleventh Hour (Original Title) AKA Bury the Lead Bobby Andrews 1 Episode: #3.9
2005-06 Missing Agent Rich Hamilton Guest: 2 Episodes
2006 At the Hotel Quarlet #3 Guest: 2 Episodes
2006 Naturally, Sadie Wayne 1 Episode: #2.7
2006 Runaway English Teacher 1 Episode: #1.1
2006 The State Within Boston FBI Agent 1 Episode: #1.6
2006 Love You to Death Detective #2 1 Episode: #1.6
2007 Savage Planet Vickers Television Movie
2009 The Listener Mark Petrie 1 Episode: #1.7
2010 H.M.S.: White Coat Dr. Goldman Television Movie
2010 Blue Mountain State Father West 1 Episode: #2.3
2011 Degrassi: The Next Generation Pest Control Manager 1 Episode: #11.10
2012 The Firm Greg Hathaway 1 Episode: #1.10
2012 Republic of Doyle Luke Shaw Guest: 2 Episodes
2013 Nikita Chief of Security 1 Episode: #3.15
2013 Saving Hope Doug Wilkins 1 Episode: #2.3
2013 Suits Colonel Mariga Guest: 3 Episodes
2013 Lucky 7 Hank Langley 1 Episode: #1.2
2013-17 Orphan Black Detective Art Bell Main: 44 (Season 1–5)
2014 Apple Mortgage Cake Melvin George Television Movie
2015 The Strain Curtis Fitzwilliam Guest: 2 Episodes
2015 Hemlock Grove Federal Agent Morgan 1 Episode: #3.1
2015-17 Rogue Nate Lowry Recurring: 20 Episodes (Season 3–4)
2016 The Stepchild Police Officer Television Movie
2016 The Girlfriend Experience Jim Slater 1 Episode: #1.11
2016 Atomic Puppet The Mayor Recurring: 21 Episodes (Season 1)
2016 Conviction Jack Braemer 1 Episode: #1.9
2016-17 The Expanse Inspector Sematimba Recurring: 5 Episodes (Season 1–2)
2017 Tin Star Reverend Gregoire Recurring: TBA
2017 Annedroids Nick's Dad Guest: 2 Episodes
2017 Wynonna Earp Moody Guest: 2 Episodes
2017 21 Thunder Scout
2018 Cardinal Sergeant Alan Clegg 6 episodes
2018 The Detail Guest: 1 episode
2018 Impulse Dr. Jack Weakley Guest: 2 episodes
2019 Wayne Sergeant Randall Guest: 1 episode
2019 Hudson & Rex Joseph Donovan Main
2021 Ginny & Georgia Corbin 1 episode: #1.5
2022 The Porter Popsy Recurring Role

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Watch Dogs 2 Voice
2020 The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope Vince Voice

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