A lot of the roles that Lochlyn is known for playing, involve him playing a law enforcement agent.
In 1992, Lochlyn appeared in the movie Unforgiven as Texas Slim and the television movie Shame as Dave Rainey.
Lochlyn's first television movie was in 1991, when he played Earl West in The Girl from Mars.
In 2006, Lochlyn appeared in the movies Hack! as Sheriff Radley, and White Lies as Mark Richards.
Lochlyn finally got his breakthrough with the comedy Dead Man On Campus. He played an overly intense college student.
Lochlyn decided he wanted to act when he went to see hisd older brother in a play at the University of British Columbia.
Lochlyn dreamed of making it to the NHL till an injury while playing junior hockey forced him to abandon his dream.
During the winter when he was a kid, Lochlyn played hockey and during the summer he liked to water-ski.
Lochlyn made his big screen debut in 1991 in the movie Run.
Lochlyn left home when he was 15 to play semi-professional hockey with the WHL's Seattle Thunderbirds.
Lochlyn's first appearance was in Cadence in 1990.
Lochlyn won a gold medal for water-skiing in the B.C. Summer Games
Lochlyn is 5'11" (1.80m).
Lochlyn has appeared in several movies on the Lifetime channel including "Silencing Mary" and "I Know What You Did".
In 2004, Lochlyn played Agent Jack Harper in the movie "White Chicks."
Between 1990 and 2006 Lochlyn has made more than one hundred television and movie appearances.
Lochlyn has appeared in the first "Scary Movie".
Lochlyn has been married to his wife, Sharon, since 1997. They have one child.
Appeared in all three CSI series.
Lochlyn: I'm sort of your average, subdued young Canadian.
Lochlyn: (on seeing his older brother in a play for the first time) I watched it and I thought, wow, that's a really cool form of entertainment and it looks like it could be kind of a cool job.