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Canadian-born KEVIN DURAND (Mogadorian Commander) has developed a versatile background, beginning in comedy and Broadway, then transitioning into television and film, illustrating his ability to captivate a wide range of audiences.

In 2009, Durand was nominated for a Saturn Award for his recurring character, Martin Keamy, on the popular series "Lost.” Durand was also a series regular on "Touching Evil” and the James Cameron hit series "Dark Angel.” Durand was recently seen in the big-budget feature "Robin Hood” from Universal Pictures. He portrays Little John opposite Russell Crowe's Robin Hood and Cate Blanchett's Maid Marian.

Most recently, Durand completed production for Shawn Levy's "Real Steel” for DreamWorks. He can also be seen in Screen Gems' "Legion” as the angel Gabriel opposite Paul Bettany's Michael and as Fred Dukes aka The Blob in the first origin film in the hugely successful X-Men franchise "X-Men Origins: Wolverine” alongside Hugh Jackman and Liev Schreiber.

Before his film career, Durand was voted one of Canada's funniest new comedians. In addition, he originated the role of Injun Joe in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” on Broadway.

Durand is best known for his roles in James Mangold's "3:10 to Yuma,” with Russell Crowe and Christian Bale; Joe Carnahan's "Smokin' Aces,” opposite Ben Affleck and Jeremy Piven; and Walt Becker's "Wild Hogs,” with John Travolta, Tim Allen and Martin Lawrence.

Durand's other credits include: "The Butterfly Effect,” opposite Ashton Kutcher; Jay Roach's "Mystery, Alaska,” with Russell Crowe; Columbia Pictures' "Winged Creatures,” opposite Forest Whitaker and Dakota Fanning; and Vertigo Entertainment's "The Echo.”

He currently resides in Los Angeles.


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