Chris Potter plays Tim Fleming in Heartland, Amy and Lou's estranged father. Born in Toronto, Potter discovered a love of acting in school but never considered pursuing it as a career. Eventually he worked as a stockbroker in Europe and in Canada, while continuing to perform in amateur theatre productions. He landed a leading role in the 1990 CBC television series "Material World." Potter played the late David Carradine's son and crime fighting partner in "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues," which debuted in 1993 and aired for four seasons. He also starred as a hard-hitting police sergeant for three years in USA Network's "Silk Stalkings," where in addition to acting Potter directed some of the series' episodes.
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