Kristin Lehman

Detective Angie Flynn

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Kristin Lehman

Series lead, director, and producer, Kristin Lehman is a familiar face to audiences for her leading series regular roles on numerous dramas throughout her career. These include: AMC’s critically acclaimed THE KILLING, DRIVE, KILLER INSTINCT, TILT, CENTURY CITY, JUDGING AMY, and STRANGE WORLD, in addition to guest star and recurring roles on THE FIRM, CASTLE, FELICITY, KEVIN HILL, and THE X-FILES, to name just a few.
 
Lehman’s feature credit’s include: The Sentinel opposite Michael Douglas and Kiefer Sutherland; The Chronicles of Riddick starring Vin Diesel and Dame Judi Dench; The Way of the Gun with Benicio Del Toro and Ryan Phillipe; Dog Park with Luke Wilson; Alaska with Thora Birch, Vincent Kartheiser, and Charlton Heston; and more recently Arthur Newman, with Colin Firth and Emily Blunt; as well as thriller The Loft, opposite James Marsden, Karl Urban, and Wentworth Miller.

Detective Angie Flynn

At the end of Season 3, Vega (Louis Ferreira) was wheeled into surgery where Angie kept her word and was there when he woke up. With the team short-handed in Vega’s absence, Angie stepped in, working hard to balance her duties as detective and Acting Staff Sergeant until Vega’s return to the role.

Season 4 picks up months later, just before Vega’s return. Angie continues to redefine her role within Homicide, and while Vega’s time away has allowed her partnership with Detective Brian Lucas (Brendan Penny) to flourish, they are all eager to have Vega back – even though Angie will have to adjust to calling her best friend “boss.”
 
This season finds Angie adjusting to new partners – first Detective Mitch Kennecki and then, Detective Paula Mazur. Angie finds herself stepping up as a mentor and a friend, which proves to be an impactful personal and professional milestone for her. But over the course of the season, Angie watches as others change, and realizes she’s been making surface changes, trying to take a leap of faith while hanging on to the edge of the cliff. It’s time to let go and see what, or who, catches her.

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