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K.C. Collins
Born Kris Collins
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Other names Chris Collins
Occupation Actor
Known for Hale in Lost Girl
Awards See Below

K.C. Collins, also known as Chris Collins, is a Canadian film, voice and television actor. He was born in Toronto, Ontario but now lives in Los Angeles, California. He is best known for his role as Hale on the Canadian television show Lost Girl. He attended Monroe Community College in Rochester, but left school soon after to pursue an acting career.[1] He has appeared in many supporting and main roles in various television series, as well as mini-series and films.


Role on Lost Girl

K.C. Collins as Detective Hale

He plays the role of Detective Hale, better known as Hale, the friend and partner to Dyson in the series. Hale is a Siren, a Fae that uses their voice to mesmerize others or duplicate musical notes, and has shown the ability to hear a song and reproduce it exactly with his voice. He comes from a Noble Fae family, but is at odds with his father over his decision to become a police officer. He has a sister named Val who he also has a strained relationship with. Hale has a friendship with Kenzi through the series as well. Hale attempted to become The Ash during the second season of the series, but did not succeed. He is loyal to Trick, and recently discovered that Trick was known at one time as the Blood King. Several episodes of Lost Girl have been Hale-centric or themed. Beginning with the first episode of the third season, Hale has become the Acting Ash after the death of Lachlan at the hands of The Garuda.

Filmography

Year Project Role Notes
1997 Due South (TV series) Jamal Martin
1999 Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science (TV series) Adrian Kinkead
1999 Love Songs (TV) Tom-Tom as Chris Collins
1999 Mean Streak (TV) Runner as Chris Collins
1999 In Too Deep Lookout as Chris Collins
2000 The Hoop Life Derek
2000 Cheaters (TV) Kid with Walkman as Chris Collins
2000 The Ride (TV) College Kid #2 as Chris Collins
2000 Seventeen Again Leo as Chris Collins
2001 They Call Me Sirr (TV) Damian as Chris Collins
2001 Earth: Final Conflict (TV series) R.J.
2001 Ruby's Bucket of Blood (TV) Dugso as Chris Collins
2002 Sins of the Father (TV) Youth as Chris Collins
2002 Our America (TV) James as Chris Collins
2002 The Red Sneakers (TV) Roscoe as Chris Collins
2001-2002 Doc (TV series) Billy
2002 Odyssey 5 (TV series) Chavo
2002 Paid in Full Kid #1 as Chris Collins
2002 Conviction (TV) Bo as Chris Collins
2003 Owning Mahowny Bernie as Chris Collins
2003 Good Fences (TV) Pee-Pie as Chris Collins
2003 Crime Spree Lamar as Chris Collins
2003 Bulletproof Monk Sax as Chris Collins
2003 Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (TV series) Antwan
2003 Platinum (TV series) Walter
2003 Soul Food (TV series) Tobias
2003 Detention Hogie Hogarth as Chris Collins
2003 Playmakers (TV series) Ron Martin
2003 Tarzan (TV series) Matt Flynn
2003 Street Time (TV series) Rasheed
2003 1-800-Missing (TV series) Dylan Hodder (1 episode, 2003)
2004 Blue Murder (TV series) Eric Addell
2004 Naughty or Nice (TV) Bobby
2005 Blind Injustice (TV) Esteban
2005 Kojak (TV series) Jimmy Wiles
2006 Love Bites (TV series) Bret
2006 Close to Home (TV series) Austin Jackson
2006 Doomstown (TV) Kevin 'Jedi' Barrows
2007 Animal 2 James, Jr.
2007 Poor Boy's Game Charles Carvery
2008 Toronto Stories Alton Morris
2008 Saving God Mike
2008 The Summit (mini TV series) Jale
2009 ZOS: Zone of Separation (mini TV series) Private Delmore
2009 A Day in the Life Mesmo
2009 Guns (mini TV series) Derek Wilmot
2009 Flashpoint (TV series) Derek
2010-present Lost Girl Hale Supporting Lead
2012-present Mulki`s Warya Adam

Awards

Year Nominated work Award Result
2010 Guns ACTRA Toronto Award
Outstanding Performance - Male
Won
2007 Doomstown Gemini Award
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
Nominated


References

  1. Jacobson, Joel (July 19, 2006). "Actor urges Preston children to reach for their dreams". The Chronicle Herald (Halifax, Nova Scotia). 

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