Christian Kane Sings for Leverage

On April 24, 2001, Whedon viewers were presented with a rare treat; a barely known young actor took up a guitar and sang on an episode of The WB’s hit show, Angel.  That actor was Christian Kane, who had portrayed conflicted Wolfram & Hart attorney Lindsey McDonald since the series premiered on October 5, 1999.  “LA Song” charmed Whedon fans and sent Kane into a whole new Whedonverse orbit.

After growing up in Norman Oklahoma, Texan-born Christian Kane moved to California with the intent of getting into the entertainment business.  Early on he was cast in the television series, FAME L.A., originally as a comedian.  Once the producers heard him sing, they quickly rewrote the role as that of a singer and Kane first sang on the small screen.  Around that time he met Steve Carlson, they formed the band, KANE and have been playing to packed houses ever since.

Now, Christian lends his vocal abilities to the small screen once again on TNT’s popular series Leverage in “The Studio Job.”  In the episode, the team goes after a corrupt country & western record executive, and have to turn Eliot into a star.  A concept that isn’t much of a stretch for Kane, who has released multiple albums and has fans all around the world.  Can’t wait for Sunday!

Check out this exclusive interview with Christian Kane at iF Magazine.com.

“The Studio Job” airs Sunday July 18th @ 9 PM on TNT.

Kristen

Kristen, a freelance writer, has been a part of the Whedonverse Network since 2004 and Managing Editor since 2008.She has contributed news items as well as feature pieces reporting on and exploring the wide, wide world of Whedon and beyond.

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Kristen, a freelance writer, has been a part of the Whedonverse Network since 2004 and Managing Editor since 2008. She has contributed news items as well as feature pieces reporting on and exploring the wide, wide world of Whedon and beyond.

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