K.C. Collins
KC Collins
Date of Birth
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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K.C. Collins (Christopher Carl Collins) is a Canadian film, television, and voice actor.


Collins was born in Canada but moved to Los Angeles, California (USA). He was raised by his grandmother from the age of six years old and attended Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York, on a baseball scholarship. K.C. Collins left school to pursue an acting career.


While appearing on Lost Girl, Collins was simultaneously working on the Canadian supernatural drama series Saving Hope in the role of Dr. Tom Reycraft. After four seasons, K.C. Collins left Lost Girl with the death of Hale in Episode 4.11 (End of a Line).

K.C. Collins plays the core character role of Hale in Lost Girl:

He played a special role in the following episode:

Collins appeared as Hale in the following Lost Girl webisode:

Comic Cons and Fan Expos

  • Fan Expo Canada (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
  • Fan Expo Canada (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
  • Dragon Con (Atlanta, GA, USA)
  • Fan Expo Canada (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
  • Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) (Chicago, IL, USA)
  • FantasyCon (Salt Lake City, UT, USA)
  • Starfury Faebles Convention (London, England, UK)
  • WonderCon (Anaheim, CA, USA)


Official Fan Site



Year Title Role Notes
1999  In Too Deep Lookout (as Chris Collins)
2002 Paid in Full Kid #1 (as Chris Collins)
2003 Owning Mahowny   Bernie (as Chris Collins)
2003 Crime Spree Lamar (as Chris Collins)
2003 Bulletproof Monk Sax (as Chris Collins)
2003 Detention Hogie Hogarth (as Chris Collins)
2007 Poor Boy's Game Charles Carvery  
2008 Animal 2 James Jr.
2008 Toronto Stories Alton Morris
2008 Saving God Mike
2009 A Day in the Life Jah (as K.C. 'Mezmo' Collins) 
2011 A Family Way Sam
2014 RoboCop Andre Daniels


Year Title Role Notes
1997 Due South Jamal Martin Episode: Mountie and Soul
(as Chris Collins)
1999 Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science Adrian Kinkead Episode: Stalker
(as Chris Colliins)
1999 Love Songs Tom-Tom TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
1999 Mean Streak Runner TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2000 The Hoop Life Derek Episode: The Talented Tenth 
(as Chris Collins)
2000 Cheaters Kid with Walkman TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2000 The Ride College Kid #2 TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2000 Seventeen Again Leo TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2001 Ruby's Bucket of Blood Dugso TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2001 They Call Me Sirr Damian TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2001 Earth: Final Conflict R.J. Episode: Guilty Conscience
(as Chris Collins)
2001–2002 Doc Billy 2 episodes
(as Chris Collins)
2001–2004 Blue Murder Tyrone Beasley Episode: Remington Park
(as Chris Collins)
2001–2004 Blue Murder Winston Episode: Payback
(as Chris Collins)
2001–2004 Blue Murder Eric Addell Episode: Blind Eye
(as Chris Collins)
2002 Sins of the Father Youth TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2002 Our America James TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2002 The Red Sneakers Roscoe TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2002 Whitewash: The Clarence Brandley Story   Danny Taylor TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2002 Odyssey 5 Chavo Episode: Time Out of Mind
(as Chris Collins)
2002 Conviction Bo TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2003 Platinum Walter 4 episodes
(as Chris Collins)
2003 Good Fences Pee-Pie (Age 15) TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2003 Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye Antwan Episode: He Said, She Said
(as Chris Collins) 
2003 Soul Food Tobias 2 episodes
(as Chris Collins)
2003 Playmakers Ron Martin 3 episodes
(as Chris Collins)
2003 Tarzan Matt Flynn Episode: Secrets and Lies
(as Chris Collins)
2003 Street Time Rasheed Episode: Fly Girl
(as Chris Collins)
2003 1-800-Missing Dylan Hodder Episode: Victoria
(as Chris Collins)
2004 Crown Heights Bazel TV movie
(as Chris Collins)
2004 Naughty or Nice Bobby TV movie
2005 Blind Injustice Esteban TV movie
2005 Kojak Jimmy Wiles Episode: Kind of Blue
2006 Close to Home Austin Jackson Episode: The Good Doctor
2006 Doomstown Kevin 'Jedi' Barrows   TV movie
2006 Lovebites Bret Episode:
2008 The Summit Jale 2 episodes. TV Mini-Series
2009 ZOS: Zone of Separation Private Delmore 6 episodes. TV Mini-Series
2009 Flashpoint Derek Medeiros Episode: Exit Wounds
2009 Guns Derek Wilmot 2 episodes. TV Mini-Series
2009–2010 Cra$h & Burn Rollie Marks 5 episodes
2010 Rookie Blue Benny Episode: Bullet Proof
2010–2014 Lost Girl Hale Main cast
43 episodes
as Ciara in Original Skin (2.09)
does not appear in:  1.03, 1.06, 1.08, 1.09, 2.16, 3.05, 3.06, 3.07, 3.08, 3.09, 3.10, 4.03, 4.04, 4.05, 4.09, 4.10, 4.12, 4.13
2012 Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show TV Special (Showcase)
2012 Top Chef Canada as Himself Episode: Lights, Camera, Action!
2012 The Listener Kwesi Hanson Episode: The Taking
2012–present  Saving Hope Dr. Tom Reycraft
2013 Lost Girl ConFAEdential TV Special (Showcase)
2013 OutsideIN Markus TV movie
2013 Alive Lincoln TV movie
2013 Lost Girl: An Evening at the Clubhouse TV Special (Showcase)

Web Series

Year Title Role Notes
2013  Lost Girl  Hale  Webisode: Prophecy  (pre-Season 4 special program) 

Biography on Showcase (2013)

K.C. Collins (Hale)

K.C. Collins calls L.A. home, but was born in Toronto, Canada. Collins is currently filming the 2013 MGM Studio blockbuster Robocop, alongside Gary Oldman, Samuel L. Jackson and Joel Kinnaman.

Before acting, Collins was an accomplished athlete and received multiple scholarship offers for a variety of sports before committing to a baseball scholarship at Monroe College in New York.

Collins launched his acting career on the TV series Due South, then played opposite Lou Gosset Jr. and Andre Braugher in Love Songs; Gregory Hines in The Red Sneakers and Gerard Depardieu in Crime Spree.

He has built a career of stunning and varied character portrayals on both the big and small screen, garnering praise for his remarkable work opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman in Owning Mahoney. He played an Atlantic City casino employee, who befriends a gambler/embezzler played by Hoffman. He received accolades for his gut-wrenching performance in Poor Boy’s Game, where he transformed seamlessly into the mentally challenged Charles Carvery opposite Danny Glover.

Collins’ broad range of performances and compellingly diverse characters have brought him critical acclaim, including been honored with the coveted ACTRA Award for Canada’s Top Male Lead Actor for his performance in the CBC Mini-series Guns. He then earned a Gemini Award nomination for Best Performance in a Lead Role for his portrayal of Jeddi Barrows in Doomstown.

His passion for acting is matched by his passion to give back. Makin’ Room at the Top is a community program mentoring youths in various aspects of filmmaking. An active participant in the Halle Berry Golf Classic, Collins believes in helping to raise awareness about domestic violence intervention.

You can follow Collins on twitter @kccollinsworld or check out his fan page at



K.C. Collins (Season 5 End of LG) tweet


Richard Howland, K.C

Richard Howland, K.C. Collins, Lina Roessler (2011 TIFF)



K.C. Collins - Interview

The Televixen

Zoie Palmer, Rick Howland, K.C

Zoie Palmer, Rick Howland, K.C. Collins, Paul Amos (2013 Birks Tribute TIFF)

Katie Chats


K.C. Collins - Season 4 Interview (part 1)

Giant Ape


K.C. Collins - Season 4 Interview (part 2)

Giant Ape

Lost Girl (Interview) Collins, Howland, Holden-Ried (Chicago C&EE 2014)

Lost Girl (Interview) Collins, Howland, Holden-Ried (Chicago C&EE 2014)

Giant Ape

Articles and Interviews

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Lost Girl Cast News (K.C. Collins, Zoie Palmer, Anna Silk, Michelle Nolden)
September 11, 2018. Pixel 51

The Siren Song of Showcase’s Lost Girl
December 17, 2011. Press + 1

Lost Girl Edition - Week 3 [PODCAST]
September 30, 2011. The Showcase Showcast

K.C. Collins, Rick Howland, Steve Cochrane
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Lost Girl Edition - Week 2 [PODCAST]
September 23, 2011. The Showcase Showcast

K.C. Collins, Rick Howland, Steve Cochrane
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Lost Girl Edition - Week 1 [PODCAST]
September 15, 2011. The Showcase Showcast

K.C. Collins, Rick Howland, Steve Cochrane
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