Inwardly, Christian Kane is often torn with indecision and is much more at odds with himself than others would ever guess based on his flawless disposition.
He is prone to be overly indulgent, overly permissive, overly generous and disinclined to budget or diet or set reasonable limits for himself or others.
Subconsciously Christian Kane feels entitled to bounty, and sees no reason to be deprived.
Christian has spent more than a decade making a name for himself in Hollywood, starring in such films as ‘Secondhand Lions,’ ‘Friday Night Lights,’ ‘Life or Something Like It‘ (opposite Angelina Jolie) and ‘Just Married‘, in addition to roles on the small screen in ‘Angel‘ and his current home, TNT’s ‘Leverage.’ Don’t let his time in Tinsletown fool you, though. Born in Dallas, he was raised in Texas and Oklahoma border towns as his father worked the oilfields.
Christian has been promoting his debut single, ‘The House Rules,’ at radio for the past few months, and he’s taking another momentous step today (December 7), with the release of his debut album of the same name. He was the country singer, and I would sing back up for him.
(If you see a tie-in to 'Warehouse 13', exec producer John Rogers explains it below).
Because the main Librarian, Flynn, can no longer handle tracking the increasing international artifacts, he taps the Library to recruit a team to share his duties, including Eve Baird (Rebecca Romijn), a counter-terrorism agent; Jake Stone (Christian Kane), an Oklahoma oil worker with a 190 IQ; Cassandra (Lindy Booth), a quirky young woman with synesthesia; and Ezekiel Jones (Kim), a New Zealand IT whiz.
You listen to it now and it doesn’t sound like a rock ‘n roll song, but back then it was rock ‘n roll.
British Actor best known for playing Batman in The Dark Knight trilogy.
I am a major fan of the original made-for-TV movie series, 'The Librarian' including a post-'ER' Noah Wyle's surprising involvement and portrayal of the multi-degree nerdy slacker, Flynn.