No stranger to series television, Canadian actress Kristin Lehman most recently starred as the campaign advisor in the critically lauded murder mystery THE KILLING. Prior to this, she appeared in DRIVE with Emma Stone, PRISON BREAK with Wentworth Miller, KILLER INSTINCT, TILT, CENTURY CITY with Viola Davis, JUDGING AMY, STRANGE WORLD, and FELICITY with Keri Russell and Scott Speedman.
Lehman will also be featured in the upcoming film The Loft with James Marsden and Karl Urban. Additional film credits include Arthur Newman with Colin Firth and Emily Blunt, The Sentinel with Michael Douglas, The Chronicles of Riddick with Vin Diesel and Judi Dench, and The Way of the Gun with Benicio Del Toro.
Born and raised in Vancouver, Lehman and her husband are the proud parents of a six-year-old son.
Detective Angie Flynn
After the dramatic shooting that saw Vega save her life at the close of Season 2, Angie told Vega that she needed to take a step back. A lot has changed for Angie in the six months since then, where Season 3 begins. Angie has taken a position with the recruiting department, essentially self-exiling herself from the job and the people she loved in Homicide. But it’s hard to keep a good detective from doing what she does best.
Upon her return to Homicide, Angie has to work to renew relationships and trust with her colleagues, and has to humble herself to working her way back up to where she was before she left. The most surprising for Angie is how much can change in only six months: Lucas is giving orders, Vega and Cross are getting along, and what’s the deal with the new coffee maker?
The case that pulls her back to the team is a complicated one that leaves her doubting her abilities as a homicide detective. Even with the case closed, Angie’s instincts tell her otherwise and she sees an opportunity to redeem herself. But it will mean doing some investigation on her own that could end up having implications for the whole team.