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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 6 May 1965Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Birth NameLeslie Ann Hope
Height 5' 7½" (1.71 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Leslie Hope was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada as Leslie Ann Hope. She is an actress, director, and producer. As an actor she is known for Never Back Down (2008), 24 (2001) and Talk Radio (1988). She directed and wrote 'Gaykeith' and produced and directed the award-winning documentary 'What I See When I Close My Eyes'. Leslie's first film 'Ups and Downs' was directed by Paul Almond. Leslie is a dual citizen of both Canada and the US.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Leslie

Spouse (2)

Adam Kane (2005 - 2015) (divorced)
Jamie Angell (1994 - 1996) (divorced) (1 child)

Trivia (6)

Graduated from St. Michaels University School in Victoria, British Columbia in 1982, after getting her big-screen start by being cast in a Paul Almond film Ups & Downs (1981) shot there in her graduating year.
She and Max Martini were at St. Michaels University School in Victoria, B.C. in 1981-1982; Max was in Grade 7, while Leslie was in Grade 12. They lived on the same campus and ate in the same dining hall, but Max attended classes on a different campus.
Played Kiefer Sutherland's wife during the first season of 24 (2001). She later starred with Kiefer's father, Donald Sutherland , on the TV series Commander in Chief (2005).
Has a son named Mackenzie Angell.
Sister of Stephen Hope.
Daughter of Ann and Frank Hope.

Personal Quotes (1)

I was on a TV Show ['24'] where I got killed sort of unexpectedly, and where in my mind I had thought I was in good shape because I was the wife of the hero, and I was pregnant. And I ended up getting stabbed in the guts, right? So they made me a promise that it would be at least forty episodes before they would stab me in the guts and kill me in 'The River'. Call it a spoiler.

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