Kieren Hutchison

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Kieren Hutchison
Born
Kieren Robert Hutchison

(1974-10-09) 9 October 1974 (age 48)
OccupationTelevision actor
SpouseNicole Tubiola
Websitehttp://www.kierenhutchison.com

Kieren Robert Hutchison (born 9 October 1974) is a New Zealand actor. He was born in Auckland, New Zealand.

Career[edit]

Hutchison is best known for playing the roles of Jonathon McKenna in the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street, Andy Hargrove on One Tree Hill,[1] and Jake Preston on Monarch Cove (2006).[2] He played Ernst Robinson on The Adventures of Swiss Family Robinson (1997) and William Tell on The Legend of William Tell (1998).

He is the creator of the YouTube channel "A Kid Explains History." As of 2022, it has 25,000 subscribers and over 4 million views.

Personal life[edit]

He is married to actress Nicole Tubiola[1] with whom he has a son.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Other notes
1993 Shortland Street Dr. Jonathon McKenna 1993–96, 2011
1995 Riding High Steven Brighton 27 episodes
Xena: Warrior Princess Talis 1 episode
1998 The Adventures of Swiss Family Robinson Ernst Robinson 30 episodes
Young Hercules Orpheus 3 episodes
The Legend of William Tell William Tell 16 episodes
2000 Cleopatra 2525 Johnny 1 episode
2001 No One Can Hear You Robert Player
2004 Charmed Mitch 1 episode
One Tree Hill Andy Hargrove 2004–08
19 episodes
2006 Sea of Fear Tom
Monarch Cove Jake Preston 14 episodes
Wildfire Kerry Connelly 2006–07
11 episodes
2008 Polar Opposites Dr. Bradley TV movie
2009 Flower Girl Stephen Banks TV movie
Ghost Whisperer Jack Pimsler 1 episode
2010 CSI: NY Finnegan Hansard 1 episode
Castle Cody Donnelly 1 episode
2013 Grimm Andre 1 episode
2014 Perfect On Paper Bob Lewis TV movie
2017 Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television Edison Owner 1 episode
2019 Who Stole My Daughter? Tim Sullivan TV movie

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Kennels offer villas for pooches". The Press-Enterprise. 18 February 2007. Retrieved 24 February 2010.
  2. ^ Shattuck, Kathryn (4 November 2006). "What's on tonight". The New York Times. Retrieved 24 February 2010.

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