Lucas Bryant is a Canadian-American actor best known for his role as Nathan Wuornos in the television series “Haven.”
Childhood And Early Life
Lucas Bryant was born on September 28, 1978, in Elmira, Ontario, Canada, under the sign of Libra. M. Darrol Bryant and Susan Hodges Bryant are his parents; his father was born in North Dakota, and his mother was born in the United States as well; they moved to Canada during Lucas’ pregnancy.
Bryant went to Elmira District Secondary School and graduated from high school. He then attended Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario, where he studied theatre and acting.
Lucas participated in multiple school theatrical plays as well as the Sears Ontario Drama Festival while in high school. As a student, he appeared in “Queer as Folk” in 2002 and was the lead actor in the UPN sitcom “Sex, Love & Secrets” in 2005. The same year, he appeared in “More Sex and the Single Mom” and appeared as a guest star in “Odyssey 5”.
Over the next few years, he appeared in other Canadian films, including “Crazy Canucks,” “The Eleventh Hour,” and “An American in Canada.”
Bryant played Calvin Puddie in the 2006 film “Playing House,” which was based on Patricia Pearson’s novel of the same name. He also appeared in the musical “I Hate Musicals” as Brad. He appeared in the films “The Vow” and “A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride.” He appeared in the suspense-thriller TV series “Perfect Plan” in 2010.
In 2010, Lucas was cast as the lead in “Haven,” a film based on Stephen King’s novel “The Colorado Kid.” He portrayed Nathan Wuornos, a local cop, alongside star Emily Rose. In 2011, he was named number 72 on Buddy TV’s list of “TV’s Sexiest Men of 2011.”
In 2012, he played Peter, a teacher who is engaged to an astronomer, in the film “Merry In-Laws.” Leslie Hope, who had previously worked with Lucas on “A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride,” directed the film.
In 2013, he appeared on the television shows “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Beauty and the Beast,” and “Cracked.”
Lucas starred as Count Johan Oxenstierna in the 2015 drama “The Girl King,” and he also appeared as a supporting character in “Secret Summer” alongside his previous co-star Emily Rose. In 2016, he starred as Tom Novak in the Hallmark Original Movie “Tulips in Spring.” He also played Colin Fitzgerald in “Summer Love” and participated in the CBC series “Shoot the Messenger.”
In 2019, he appeared as Keller in three episodes of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” He also appeared as Duke in “Country at Heart” and Jack in “Time for You to Come Home for Christmas.”
Lucas has been married to Kirsty Hinchcliffe, an Australian actor, and personal trainer, for almost a decade. They have a daughter in August 2008, and a son in 2015. They now reside in Santa Monica, California.
It is unknown who he had connections with in the past.
He is of Caucasian ethnicity and possesses dual citizenship in the United States and Canada. His hair is blond, and he has brown eyes. His height is 6ft 0.5ins (1.88m), but there is no information on his weight or vital data.
Favorite Things, Hobbies, And Interesting Facts
On his father’s side, he is of Finnish origin.
He told me my-devotion thoughts that his high school theater teacher, Mr. Davis, inspired him to pursue acting. ‘He was my high school theatre instructor, and he was just fantastic,’ he added.
And that was my favorite thing to do in high school at the time, and I didn’t realize how blessed I was or how wonderful he was at the time.’
He tried to bribe his way into the role of “Haven” by sending everyone a bag of Coffee Crisps. In the previous season, he directed “Enter Sandman,” an episode of “Haven.”
He’s also been writing, and we might be able to see some of his work soon.
The charity to which Lucas donates is still unknown.
Lucas is active on social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. He has almost 5,500 Instagram followers, where he publishes images of his children and wife.
According to sources, Lucas’ net worth is believed to be more than $1.5 million as of early 2020, yet as an actor, he can earn more than $20,000 per episode.