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Kristen Hager was born in Red Lake, Ontario, Canada on January 2, 1984. She made her first jump onto the acting scene with her role on the 2005 mini-series "Beach Girls," starring Rob Lowe. This lead to a recurring role on the Donnie Wahlberg series "Runaway" in 2006 as a character named Kylie.
Kristen continued to book guest appearances on such Canadian series as "The Dresden Files" and "Sophie," but not without trying to make a name for herself in features as well. In 2007, she booked a small role in the Bob Dylan-inspired film "I'm Not There," and followed that up with a lead role in the sequel "Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem," where she played a high school student by the name of Jesse. By 2008, her film career was hitting its stride, as she was cast in the Angelina Jolie vehicle "Wanted."
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Kristen continued to land minor roles in TV and film when she was cast in two television series in 2009: "Wild Roses" and "Valemont." This was accompanied by her lead role in the film "Manson, My Name Is Evil," about a character named Leslie who stands trial for her part in the Charles Manson murders. From here, Kristen again continued starring in roles on series such as "CSI: Miami" and "NCIS: Los Angeles."
By 2011, Kristen had a recurring role as Nora, one of the lead character's girlfriends, on the popular SyFy series "Being Human," based on the UK series by the same name. In it's second season, Kristen had been made a full cast member. The show continue to do well on the network, and was renewed for a season 4 on April 10, 2013, which will air in 2014.
Kristen Hager is a Canadian actress best known for her role on the remake of the UK series "Being Human." She was also one of the stars in the sci-fi sequel "Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem."