JR Bourne is an immensely talented actor with a gift for taking on challenging roles and bringing dynamic characters to life on screen. As he fearlessly evolves his body of work with each new project, Bourne is fast becoming one of today's most-sought after talent in both television and film.
Bourne can currently be seen in MTV's hit series "Teen Wolf." He stars as Chris Argent, a notable werewolf hunter and Allison Argent's overprotective, but well-meaning, father. The final season airs this summer.
Currently in development is the independent coming-of-age drama "Skipping Stone," which will mark Bourne's debut as a director and producer. The film centers on an awkward fifteen-year-old boy who discovers he has an inoperable brain tumor and only has months to live. With timing running short, he enlists the help of an unlikely friend to help him achieve his one and only dying wish.
Last year, Bourne appeared in the Lifetime drama series "UnReal," opposite Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer, which won a 2015 Critics Choice Television Award for Most Exciting New Series. That same year, he starred in USA's drama series "Satisfaction," opposite Matt Passmore and Stephanie Szostak. This follows his notable performances on ABC's drama "Revenge" and The CW's supernatural teen drama "The Secret Circle," both of which were nominated for a People's Choice Award.
On the silver screen, Bourne starred in Elgin James' drama "Little Birds," opposite Juno Temple and Kate Bosworth, which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and received a nomination for Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic.