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Donovan Leitch (actor)

Donovan Leitch
Leitch at Hollywood Life Magazine’s 7th Annual Breakthrough Awards, December 9, 2007
Born Donovan Jerome Leitch
(1967-08-16) August 16, 1967
London, England
Nationality British, American
Spouse(s) Kirsty Hume (m. 23 Sept 1997)
Children daughter; Violet Jean Leitch, (b. March 21, 2004)
son; Donovan Evers Leitch, (b. April 14, 2015)

Donovan Jerome Leitch[1] (born 16 August 1967)[2] is an English-born actor, former model and documentary maker. He was member of the band Camp Freddy, and was a founding member of neo-glam group Nancy Boy along with Jason Nesmith (son of The Monkees' Michael Nesmith).

Contents

  • Career 1
  • Personal life 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Career

Leitch appeared in the films ...And God Created Woman (1988 remake), Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, Glory (portraying Charles Fessenden Morse), Cutting Class, The Blob, The In Crowd, Jack the Bear and I Shot Andy Warhol and Gas, Food Lodging (1992). Leitch was featured as the villain of the week, Malcolm Lagg, an underground fight club coordinator for metahumans in the Birds of Prey episode "Gladiatrix".

Personal life

Leitch was born in England, the son of Enid Karl, a model, and singer/songwriter Donovan.[3] He is the brother of actress Ione Skye. After Leitch's parents separated when he was three, he was raised by his mother in the Hollywood Hills of California.[4]

He married Scottish model Kirsty Hume on September 23, 1997.[5] She filed for divorce in summer 2014.[6]

References

  1. ^ Births, Marriages & Deaths Index of England & Wales, 1916-2005.; at ancestry.com
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