Callum Keith Rennie
Charismatic Canadian actor Callum Keith Rennie entered the entertainment field relatively late, jumpstarting his career at age 33, but making up for lost time with prolific independent film work, and a regular starring role on the syndicated police series "Due South. " Blond and wiry, with an edgy, down-to-earth style and manner, Rennie proved a highly watchable and versatile performer with notable ease onscreen. While born in Sutherland, England, he was raised in Canada from a young age. The seeds of his career were sown in Alberta where he landed some voiceover work at the University of Alberta radio station and where he began acting on the Edmonton stage, which in turn led to work in television and independent film. In 1994, wary of the commitment of a television contract, the actor turned down the recurring role of Agent Alex Krycek on the Fox series "The X-Files," but he did take guest roles on 1994 and 1995 episodes of the Vancouver-filmed sci-fi series. Rennie was also featured in the ABC police drama "The Commish" in 1994 and that same year had a bit part in the sci-fi action feature "Timecop."