Kris Lemche

In 1996, at 17 years old, Kris Lemche fell into the acting profession on a whim. He had aspirations to be a doctor, but after responding to a casting agency's newspaper ad, he landed a small part on the short-lived ... Read more »
Born: in Brampton, Ontario, CA

Filmography

Actor (26)

Haven 2014 (Tv Show)

Actor

State's Evidence 2014 (Movie)

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The Frankenstein Theory 2013 (Movie)

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Alter Egos 2012 (Movie)

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In Time 2011 (Movie)

Markus (Actor)

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Undead 2010 (Movie)

Vince (Actor)

Even Scarier Movie Moments 2006 - 2007 (TV Show)

Actor

Final Destination 3 2006 (Movie)

Ian McKinley (Actor)

A Simple Curve 2004 (Movie)

Caleb (Actor)

My Little Eye 2004 (Movie)

Rex (Actor)

L.A. Dragnet 2003 (Tv Show)

Actor

The Division 2003 (Tv Show)

Actor

Knockaround Guys 2002 (Movie)

Decker (Actor)

My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star 2001 - 2002 (TV Show)

Actor

Ginger Snaps 2001 (Movie)

Sam (Actor)

Twitch City 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)

Actor

Existenz 1999 (Movie)

Noel Dichter (Actor)

Saint Jude 1999 (Movie)

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Emily of New Moon 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)

Actor

Johnny 1998 (Movie)

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24: Redemption (TV Show)

Actor

Bailey's Mistake (TV Show)

Actor

Children of Fortune (TV Show)

Actor

Joan of Arc (TV Show)

Actor

Teen Knight (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

In 1996, at 17 years old, Kris Lemche fell into the acting profession on a whim. He had aspirations to be a doctor, but after responding to a casting agency's newspaper ad, he landed a small part on the short-lived family comedy "Flash Forward". He quickly shifted plans and decided to pursue acting full-time. The same year of his debut, he also had a role on the children's horror series "Goosebumps". In 1998, he landed a recurring role, playing the hired hand, on the Canadian children's drama "Emily of New Moon" and was a series regular until its cancellation in 2000. In those same years he also made several appearances in a recurring role on the spy series "La Femme Nikita". Then in 1999, he landed his first big-screen roles in three films. That year he could be seen starring in the low-budget children's fantasy "Teen Knight", in the drama "Johnny", where he received top billing, and in the David Cronenberg-directed sci-fi film "eXistenZ". He also had his second TV-movie role that year in an adaptation of "Joan of Arc". He was back on the big-screen in 2000 in two more roles--in the werewolf film "Ginger Snaps" and the drama "Saint Jude". His later films include 2006's "Final Destination 3", 2009's drama "Fault Line", and 2011's thriller "Green Guys".

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