Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Anthony Lemke parlayed the Czech language skills he learned while teaching English in the Czech Republic into his first screen appearance, a small guest role on "La Femme Nikita" (USA, 1997-2001) in 1997. Once his foot was in the door, he continued to work consistently, mainly in productions that were distributed in Canada, but with occasional international exceptions like "American Psycho" (1999). In 2003, Lemke enrolled in McGill University's law school. He continued to work on screen while engaged in his studies, with a recurring role on "Doc" (Pax TV, 2001-04) in 2003, and a series regular role on the tennis-themed show "15/Love" (YTV/Nickelodeon, 2004-06) in 2006. After earning his law degrees, Lemke re-focused himself on acting, appearing in a number of Canadian productions, with none more popular than his recurring role in 2008 and 2009 on the beloved Quebecois comedy-drama "Les Hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin" (Radio-Canada, 2006-09). He played a supporting role in the big budget action film "White House Down" (2013) starring Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum, then debuted as a series regular in the sci-fi drama "Dark Matter" (Space/SyFy, 2015-).