Kristopher likes to buy new CDs in his spare time.
If Kristopher was not acting, he would have liked to teach.
Kristopher owns two cats, which currently live with his mother in Winnipeg.
Kristopher likes and recommends the books The Omnivore's Dilemma, and In Defense of Food by Micheal Pollan.
Kristopher played the role of Gary in the short film The King of Siam , which premiered in 2006.
Kristopher was cast as the role of Jamie in the TV movie In God's Country , which premiered on June 11 2007.
Kristopher was in the movie House Thieves (it premiered in June 2005), in which he played the part of Masked Man #2.
Kristopher was cast as the role of Aidan in the short film Endings, which premiered on March 15 2003.
Kristopher had the role of a drowned man in the TV movie Fancy, Fancy Being Rich, which premiered on December 16, 2002.
Kristopher likes to play Ultimate Frisbee in his spare time.
Kristopher originally auditioned to play the role of Tommy Q on Instant Star, but he got the role of Jamie Andrews.
Kristopher was on a curling team while he was in Junior High and High School.
Kristopher's favorite comfort food is peanut butter toast with banana.
Kristopher is an only child.
Kristopher was nominated for the Canadian theater award called the Dora.
Kristopher attended the University of Winnipeg.
Kristopher starred in a TV movie called "Me and Luke" which premiered on Lifetime on December 3, 2006. The movie is about Matthew Blessing (Turner) who father's a baby boy and takes him from the hospital where the baby's mother, Matt's ex-girlfriend, wants to put the baby up for adoption. Matt thinks he can give the baby a good home and wants raise the baby himself, with the help of his grandmother.
He is best friends with Tim Rozon, and they live 10 minutes away from each other.
Kristopher is 6' 0".
Kristopher plays bass.
Kristopher: In grade 10, I took drama class, but I was very shy in high school. It wasn't until grade 11 before I worked up the confidence to audition for the school play or stuff like that. In grades 11 and 12, I did plays, and stuff with an improv team.
Kristopher: You have to really sympathize with him when he goes for it and says 'let's take this friendship to the next level' and he gets crushed. But he makes some mistakes, too. Jamie's the kind of kid who has a dream world of how things should be and it's not always based in reality.
Kristopher: I think I sort of relate to Jamie being an outsider a little bit. He's not caught up in all the high school stuff, and I never was either. I was the kid who played Dungeons and Dragons with his friends and played video games and listened to the not-cool music.
Kristopher: What I like about Instant Star, or specifically about playing Jamie, is that it's such a nice blend of comedy and drama. Jamie gets to play the clown part a lot of the time, which is a lot of fun, but he also gets to have serious moments in dealing with Jude, and stuff like that. For me, it's nice to stretch two different muscles in one part.