Nathan Wuornos is the wry local cop who soon became Audrey's partner after her arrival in town. Plagued by a superpower that makes him unable to feel anything (physically, that is), Audrey's immunity to his power made Nathan realize that, emotionally speaking, he could still feel quite a bit. Nathan has a quiet, controlled demeanor that often clashes with Audrey's feisty one -- a dichotomy that also makes them perfect complements.
About Lucas Bryant
Lucas Bryant has made a name for himself in both Canada and the U.S. Born and raised in Elmira, Ontario, Lucas studied theatre and drama at Sheridan College in Oakville. He now stars on Syfy's popular supernatural drama Haven, based on the novella The Colorado Kid from renowned author Stephen King. In Haven, Lucas plays Nathan Wuornos, the wry, hardened local cop who somewhat reluctantly becomes the partner of new-to-town FBI agent Audrey Parker, played by Emily Rose.
Lucas has numerous television credits to his name, including Queer as Folk for Showtime; M.V.P. for SOAPnet and CBC; Sex, Love and Secrets for UPN; and CTV's The Eleventh Hour.
Lucas also starred in the Lifetime MOWs (Movies of the Week) More Sex & the Single Mom and A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride, and played the lead role of Ken Read in the MOW Crazy Canucks, inspired by the true story of the World Cup Downhill Circuit during the 1974-1976 seasons. He also had a lead role in the MOW Playing House, based on Canadian author Patricia Pearson's best-selling novel of the same name.
Later, he appeared in the film The Vow, starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum, and completed shooting a movie for television called Merry In-Laws, directed by Leslie Hope. During his hiatus earlier this year, Lucas worked with director Mika Kaurismäki on the upcoming The Girl King, staring Sarah Gadon and Michael Nyqvist, and made guest star appearances on the popular CW show Beauty & The Beast, CBS's legendary series CSI, and the new CBC series Cracked.
On the stage, Lucas has acted in numerous theatre productions across Canada, including The Crucible, The King & I and Alumnae Theatre's Your Tricks Might Be Poison. Lucas flexed his funny bone and joined forces with some pals to form the Skarsgard Players theatre company, named in honour of veteran Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgard, and launched an all-male production of Are You There God? It's Me Margaret based on the Judy Blume novel.
Lucas currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and young daughter.
You can follow him on Twitter @TheLucasBryant