September 19, 198 (1826)
Kevin Zegers is a Canadian actor known for his roles in film and television. One of Zegers’ breakout roles was as the lead in the film “Air Bud” in 1997, which was a commercial success and became a classic family film. He followed this up with roles in other successful films such as “MVP: Most Valuable Primate,” “Dawn of the Dead,” and “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.” Zegers has also made a name for himself on television, with roles on shows like “Gossip Girl,” “Fear the Walking Dead,” and “Dirty John.”
One of the milestones in Zegers’ career was his performance in the 2005 film “Transamerica,” in which he played a young man who discovers that the transgender woman he has been communicating with online is his father. The film received critical acclaim and earned Zegers nominations for several awards, including a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. The role demonstrated Zegers’ ability to tackle complex and emotionally challenging material, and helped establish him as a serious actor in Hollywood.
In recent years, Zegers has continued to expand his career with roles in both film and television. He starred in the CBC miniseries “Cardinal,” and has had recurring roles on the TV series “Notorious” and “Fear the Walking Dead.” He has also appeared in films like “The Colony” and “Rebel in the Rye.”
Throughout his career, Zegers has worked with a number of celebrities, including Zac Efron in the film “The Derby Stallion,” Dakota Fanning in “The Secret Life of Bees,” and Selena Gomez in the film “Behaving Badly.” He has also worked with directors like Zack Snyder, in “Dawn of the Dead,” and Woody Allen, in “Melinda and Melinda.”