K. C. Collins
Tom ReycraftDr. Tom Reycraft continues to bring his confident surgical style to Hope Zion Hospital. Eager, capable, and ready to take on any task, Reycraft starts the season at the top of his game. With new staff arrivals coming to Hope Zion this season, Reycraft finds himself extending a hand down the ladder to help some of the new staff cope with the rigorous demands of surgical work. However, Reycraft will have to be careful with how close he gets to his co‐workers, both professionally and personally.
K. C. CollinsAlmost overnight actor K. C. Collins captured the attention of major film and television studios. He started his acting career after landing the role of Tom-Tom in the TV movie "Love Songs." He then landed the feature film "In Too Deep," starring LL Cool J and Omar Epps.
Collins has had the opportunity to work with some of Hollywood’s most well-respected talent such as Michael Clarke Duncan in "They Call Me Sirr," Gregory Hines in "The Red Sneakers," Gerard Depardieu in "Crime Spree (a.k.a. Wanted)," and Philip Seymour Hoffman in "Owning Mahowny." He also played the lead in the film "Hello October."
Collins’ many television credits include "Saving Hope," "Lost Girl," "Rookie Blue," "Flashpoint," "The Listener," "Playmakeers," "Soul Food," and a remake of "Kojak."
Collins was recognized for his phenomenal performances as Jedi Barrows in "Doomstown," with a Gemini nomination for Best Leading Actor. He also starred in "Poor Boy’s Game," "A Day In The Life," "Guns," and "ZOS: Zone of Separation."