Kyle Labine

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Kyle Labine
Born Jonathan Kyle Labine
(1983-04-07) April 7, 1983 (age 34)
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actor
Years active 1990 - Present
Spouse(s) Sophie Ann Rooney (2007-present)

Jonathan Kyle Labine (born April 7, 1983) is a Canadian actor.[1] His brothers Tyler Labine and Cameron Labine, also work in the entertainment industry.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Bach's Fight for Freedom Frederick Muller
1996 Big Bully Stevie
2000 Mr. Rice's Secret Jonathan
2002 Spooky House Dumb Dave
2002 Halloween: Resurrection Teen Party Guy
2003 Freddy vs. Jason Bill Freeburg
2004 Perfect Score, TheThe Perfect Score Dave
2006 Crossed JD
2007 Blonde and Blonder Porter
2008 Shred Mikey Video
2008 Bollywood Beckons Thief Todd Short
2009 Shred 2 Mikey Video

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1990-92 Madeline Pepito (voice) TV series
1990-96 Road to Avonlea Davey Keith Recurring role
1991 E.N.G. Benji "Ways and Means"
1995 Darkstalkers Harry Grimoire (voice) 13
1996 Goosebumps Evan "Monster Blood", "More Monster Blood"
1997 Dog's Best Friend Sam Handel TV film
1997 Outer Limits, TheThe Outer Limits Joe "Dark Rain"
1998 Dead Man's Gun Billy Neuhouser "Sheep's Clothing"
2000 Ratz Rod TV film
2000 Da Vinci's Inquest Speed "Do You Wanna Dance"
2002 I Was a Teenage Faust Randy TV film
2003 Twilight Zone, TheThe Twilight Zone Ben Jordan "Into the Light"
2003 X-Men: Evolution David Haller / Lucas (voice) "Sins of the Son"
2004 Crazy Canucks Dave Murray TV film
2004 L Word, TheThe L Word Gus "Losing It"
2005 Falcon Beach Scott TV film
2006 Falcon Beach Scott "Starting Over"
2007 Flash Gordon Craig "Conspiracy Theory"
2007-08 Grand Star Kurt Masters Main role
2008 Ogre Terry TV film
2008 Reaper Kendall "Acid Queen"
2008 Samurai Girl Otto TV miniseries
2010 Shattered Blake Johnson "The Sins of Fathers"
2012 Lost Girl Tony "Table for Fae"
2012 King Scott Spivak "Aurora O'Donnell"
2012 Alphas Eddie "The Devil Will Drag You Under"
2013 Murdoch Mysteries Russell Bowes "Murdoch and the Cloud of Doom"

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