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Kristen Hager (born January 2, 1984) is a Canadian actress. She co-starred in films Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (2007) and Wanted (2008), and played Leslie Van Houten in the independent film Leslie, My Name Is Evil (2009). From 2011 to 2014, Hager starred as Nora Sergeant in the Syfy supernatural comedy-drama series, Being Human.

Kristen Hager
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Hager at San Diego Comic-Con International in July 2013, promoting Being Human
Born (1984-01-02) January 2, 1984 (age 35)
Years active2005–present

Life and careerEdit

Hager was born in Red Lake, Ontario. She made her first television appearance in the Lifetime mini-series where she gained a role on the Beach Girls in 2005.[1] The following year, Hager had the recurring role on the short-lived The CW series, Runaway. In 2007, she had a small part in the biographical drama film I'm Not There, and in the same year played one of the female leads in the science-fiction action horror film Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem, the sequel to Alien vs. Predator.[1] In 2008, she played James McAvoy's character's girlfriend in the action thriller, Wanted.

In 2009, Hager played the leading role in the independent film Leslie, My Name Is Evil about Leslie Van Houten.[2] She had a supporting role in the Canadian family drama series, Wild Roses, and starred as the lead character in the MTV miniseries Valemont.[3] In 2011, she was cast as Nora Sergeant in the Syfy supernatural comedy-drama series, Being Human. The series ended after four seasons in 2014.[4] Hager also appeared in the films A Little Bit Zombie (2012), The Right Kind of Wrong (2013) and The Barber.[5] In 2015, Hager was cast as a lead character on the ABC drama pilot The Adversaries (TV movie), about a New York legal dynasty, co-starring alongside Christine Lahti and Terry O'Quinn.[6]



Year Film Role Notes
2007 I'm Not There Mona / Polly
2007 Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem Jesse Salinger
2008 Wanted Cathy
2009 You Might as Well Live Cookie De Whitt
2009 Leslie, My Name Is Evil Leslie Van Houten
2011 Textuality Dani
2011 Servitude Jenny
2012 A Little Bit Zombie Sarah
2013 The Right Kind of Wrong Julie Deere
2014 The Barber Audrey
2015 Life Veronica
2015 In Embryo Lilly
2018 Clara Rebecca


Year Title Role Notes
2005 Recipe for a Perfect Christmas Morgan Television film
2005 Beach Girls Skye Main role, 6 episodes
2006 Runaway Kylie 9 episodes
2007 St. Urbain's Horseman Ingrid Miniseries
2008 The Dresden Files Polly Episode: "Storm Front"
2008 Sophie Miriam Cambridge Episode: "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?"
2008 Of Murder and Memory Aimee Linden Television film
2009 Wild Roses Adele Emond 7 episodes
2009 The Listener Anna Sokur Episode: "I'm An Adult"
2009 Valemont Maggie Gracen / Sophie Fields Miniseries
2009 Sorority Wars Heather Television film
2010 CSI: Miami Melissa Walls Episodes: "All Fall Down" and "Fallen"
2010 Ties That Bind Rachel Thomas Television film
2011–14 Being Human Nora Sergeant Main role (seasons 2–4; recurring role, season 1), 39 episodes
2014 Untitled Miami Project Luanne Pilot
2015 The Adversaries Jess Fisher Pilot
2015 The Expanse Ade Nygaard 2 episodes
2015 Masters of Sex Isabella Ricci Episode (3.6): "Two Scents"
2016 Gotham Nora Fries 2 episodes
2017 The Kennedys: After Camelot Joan Kennedy 4 episodes
2017 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Abby Clarke Episode: "Spellbound"
2018 NCIS: New Orleans Adrian Conner 1 episode
2018 Condor Mae Barber[7] Main role


  1. ^ a b "Kristen Hager". Retrieved March 12, 2015.
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  3. ^ " Valemont - The MTV Movie: Kristen Hager, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Eric Balfour, Stefan Scaini: Amazon Video". Retrieved March 12, 2015.
  4. ^ Cynthia Littleton. "Syfy Cancels 'Being Human' After Four Seasons". Variety. Retrieved March 12, 2015.
  5. ^ Steve Barton. "The Barber". DC. Retrieved March 12, 2015.
  6. ^ Nellie Andreeva. "Kristen Hager To Star In ABC Pilot 'Adversaries'". Deadline. Retrieved March 12, 2015.
  7. ^ Denise Petski (April 12, 2017). "'Condor': William Hurt & Bob Balaban To Topline Audience Network Series; Full Cast Set". Deadline magazine. Retrieved March 1, 2018.

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