Paul Gross made the final decision not to hire him for the third season of Due South.
He took over for Newman when Due South became a series.
He was eight months old when he started acting.
He wasn't able to do his own stunts for the first part of the show because he was too young.
Chinook and Kaery Ann did his stunts for him.
Kaery Ann filled in acting for Lincoln from time to time.
Lincoln lost out to Draco when Due South came back from cancellation.
Ted Haggis trained him.
He was a hit with the children demographic the most.
He was said to be an eager worker.
He was the biggest of the three dogs playing Diefenbaker.
Is now retired and living with Ted Haggis.
He cost $3,400 dollars to purchase for Due South.
He got his own trailer when filming Due South.
At one point he received more fan mail than the human performers.
His trailer cost $50,000, it was six meters long and heated.
He was trained five hours a day five days a week for Due South.
He was purchased on April 1st and ready to start filming by August 1st.
He portrayed the most popular Diefenbaker of the Due South series.
He had a stunt double named Stiffy, who was a huge stuffed animal, for the more dangerous stunts.