Kevin McGarry (actor)

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Born (1985-03-19) March 19, 1985 (age 38)
Kincardine, Ontario, Canada
  • Creative writing
  • Theater Arts
Alma materGeorge Brown College
Years active2006-present
Known forNathan Grant in the Hallmark Channel series When Calls the Heart

Kevin McGarry (born March 19, 1985), is a Canadian-born actor known for his role as Nathan Grant in the Hallmark Channel series When Calls the Heart[1] (2019-present).

Early Life and Career

McGarry was born in Kincardine, Ontario. He attended George Brown College where he graduated in 2007 with a degree in creative writing. He also studied Theater Arts at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario, and later studied at the Pro Actors Lab in Toronto. Kevin began his career in 2006. His first major television role was Dr. Timothy Hudson in Open Heart (TV series) (2015). Kevin has also appeared in numerous television roles including his role as Mitch Cutty in Heartland (Canadian TV series) (2016-2021) and as Nathan Grant in When Hope Calls (2019) and When Calls the Heart [1](2019-2021).



Year Title Role Notes
2022 The Wedding Veil[2] unknown Hallmark Movie Trilogy
2019-present When Calls the Heart[1] Nathan Grant 30 episodes
2016-2021 Heartland Mitch Cutty 45 episodes
2020 Schitt's Creek Citrus 1 episode
2019 Random Acts of Christmas Colin Hauer Television Movie
2019 A Very Corgi Christmas Ben Television Movie
2019 Christmas Scavenger Hunt Dustin Cooper Television Movie
2019 Dead Weight Hal Short
2019 When Hope Calls Nathan Grant 4 episodes
2019 Winter Love Story Elliot Television Movie
2019 Winter Castle Craig Television Movie
2018 Hometown Holiday Wes Gently Television Movie
2018 The Bold Type Dillon Frank 1 episode
2018 Taken Officer Shine 1 episode
2018 Ransom Michael Reed 1 episode
2018 Autumn Stables Jake Stevens Television Movie
2018 Falling Through the Cracks:Greg's Story[3][4] Greg Price Short
2017 A Song for Christmas Dylan Lapp Television Movie
2017 Love at First Bark Owen Michaels Television Movie
2017 Saving Hope Dustin Meyer 1 episode
2017 Man Seeking Woman Owen Quest 1 episode
2016 Country Crush Cody Bishop Television Movie
2016 Private Eyes Ken Barnes 1 episode
2016 Final Destiny Sebastien Television Movie
2015 Murdoch Mysteries Benson 1 episode
2015 Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love Joey Castelluci Television Movie
2015 Open Heart Dr. Timothy Hudson 12 episodes
2010 Saw:The Final Chapter Charlie Movie
2010 Turn the Beat Around Jonah Television Movie
2009 Being Erica Rob 1 episode
2009 Cigarettes Hurt Babies Tom Short
2007 Lovebites Kevin 1 episode
2006 Rock and a Hard Place Short


Year Title Notes
2016 Happy F#@%ing New Year Short
2012 Lucky Short


Year Title Role Notes
2019 Christmas Scavenger Hunt Performer The Twelve Days of Christmas(uncredited)
2017 A Song for Christmas Performer Christmas Morning(uncredited)


Year Title Notes
2012 Lucky Short


Year Title Role Notes
2019-2021 Home & Family Himself 4 episodes
2019 Christmas Cookie Matchup[5] Himself 5 episodes
2019 When Hope Calls Preview Special Himself- Host/Nathan Grant
2019 The 27th Annual Movieguide Awards Himself
2019 On Location- Winter Love Story Himself
2013 The Shaw Festival: Behind the Curtain Himself Documentary

In the media



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Petski, Denise; Petski, Denise (2018-07-11). "'When Calls The Heart': Chris McNally & Kevin McGarry Cast In Hallmark Channel Drama". Deadline. Retrieved 2021-06-12.
  2. Amanda Garrity (2021-04-27). "Hallmark Channel Announces 'The Wedding Veil' Movie Trilogy, Starring Lacey Chabert, Alison Sweeney and Autumn Reeser". Good Housekeeping. Retrieved 2021-06-14.
  3. "Calgary shot film Falling Through the Cracks: Greg's Story aims to educate and advocate for change in Alberta's health-care system". calgaryherald. Retrieved 2021-06-13.
  4., Jay S. | ©. "Falling Through the Cracks: Greg's Story nominated for seven Rosie Awards". Retrieved 2021-06-14.
  5. "Hallmark's Christmas Cookie Matchup Finale Airs Wednesday". Southern Living. Retrieved 2021-06-14.

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