K.C. Collins (also credited as Chris Collins) is a Canadian actor best known for his starring role as Hale Santiago, Dyson's colleague and another Fae undercover agent in the police force, in the science fiction television series Lost Girl.
He is also known for his recurring role as Dr. Tom Reycraft, a fourth year surgical resident at Hope Zion who is appointed Chief Surgical Resident in place of Dr. Reid, in the supernatural medical drama television series Saving Hope.
Collins started his acting career with a bang with the lead role of Tom-Tom in the Showtime movie Love Songs.
K.C. has had the opportunity to work with some of the world's most respected talent such as Michael Clarke Duncan in They Call Me Sirr, Gregory Hines in The Red Sneakers and European star Gerard Depardieu in Crime Spree (aka Wanted).
In 2003, K.C. played one of his most memorable pieces, as an Atlantic City Casino employee, who befriends a compulsive gambler played by Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman, in Owning Mahowny.
K.C.has worked on many TV series including ESPN's Playmakers, Showtime's Soul Food, CBS' Close to Home and USA's remake of Kojak, with Ving Rhames.
K.C. was recognised for his role as Jedi Barrows in Doomstown, garnering him a Gemini nomination for Best Leading Actor. He was also awarded the highly coveted Best Male Actor ACTRA Award.
Aside from being a series regular on SyFy/Showcase's hit series Lost Girl, he has appeared on Flashpoint, Rookie Blue and The Listener, and had a lead role in the feature film Hello October.