Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Anthony Lemke is a Canadian actor. Lemke is best known in the United States as "Capt. Grisham" from the short-lived television series Queen Of Swords.
Born in Ottawa, Canada and now lives in Montreal, Quebec, having moved to Montreal to pursue a law degree at the prestigious McGill University Faculty of Law from which he graduated in 2007.
Lemke began his acting career after graduating from the University of Waterloo with a degree in Theatre Arts. Lemke started in theatre, but it was a turn in a York University short film that got him hooked on acting in television and film.
Recent projects include: The Listener, a TV series about a telepathic paramedic, for NBC, Fox International and CTV in which he plays Det. Sgt. Becker; The Last Templar, an NBC mini-series adaptation of Raymond Khoury's New York Times best selling novel of the same name; and One Last Dance directed by Richard Lehun and starring Caroline Dhavernas, a film he wrote and co-produced with Evergon Arts founder Geoff Uloth. Lemke has also begun to work in French in Montreal, where he's been introduced as David Rothstein, Sophie Paquin's new main squeeze from Toronto on the hit Quebec tv series Les hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin.
- Graduated (with Great Distinction) from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec with degrees in both Common Law and in Civil Law. He also holds a Theatre degree from the University of Waterloo, in Waterloo, Ontario.
- Anthony lives in Montreal, Quebec and is fluent in French.
- Born and raised Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
- Former member of the Fort Henry Guard Drill Squad, rising to the rank of Sergeant.