Kristopher Turner

Kristopher Turner was born and raised in Winnipeg, MB, and currently lives and studies in Toronto and Los Angeles. Both a stage and screen actor, his most recent credits include lead roles on the TV series Saving Hope, The L.A. Complex, and prior to that, on Instant Star. Additional credits include A Little Bit Zombie, Wingman Inc., Without a Paddle: Nature’s Calling, Love by the Book, An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving and Me and Luke, for which he received a Gemini nomination.  Turner also received a Gemini nomination for his work on the mini-series Bloodletting and Miraculous Cures.

On stage, Turner starred in the North American premiere of the play That Face with Canadian Stage, as well as the world premiere of In Gabriel’s Kitchen with Buddies in Bad Times, along with Two Weeks, Twice a Year at Young People’s Theatre, for which he was nominated for a Dora Award. He is a graduate of the University of Winnipeg, and can be seen studying with the Lonsdale Smith Studios and often hosting the Toronto Monologue Slam.