Live and let Leeb

Canadian actress Kaitlyn Leeb graduated from York University with a degree in psychology, which for all I know might be useful for her particular vocation. After several years as a print model, she did a lot of television, including Shadowhunters (Freeform) and Heartland (CBC).

Kaitlyn Leeb, shortly before marrying Ted Leeb

Kaitlyn Leeb with two

Kaitlyn Leeb with three

Kaitlyn Leeb in an LBD

The third photo may remind you of one of her film roles: she was in the 2012 remake of Total Recall. (“Trust me, baby, you’re gonna wish you had three hands.”)

There’s not much freestanding video of Leeb. We do have a badly-cut promo for Shadowhunters:

She’s twenty-nine, and her Chinese/Irish background makes her faintly exotic. (She was Kaitlyn Wong before marrying Ted Leeb in 2013.)

7 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    27 October 2017 · 2:25 pm

    *scroll, scroll, scroll….*

    stops, scrolls back….

    wait, three?

    three?

    I assume that was some sci-fi role?

    *scroll, scroll, scroll*

  2. McGehee »

    27 October 2017 · 3:12 pm

    So the remake kept the important parts.

  3. CGHill »

    27 October 2017 · 3:13 pm

    A remake of the 1990 film of the same title. (“Hollywood is out of ideas.”) Lycia Naff played that role in the earlier film..

  4. fillyjonk »

    27 October 2017 · 4:15 pm

    Didn’t someone once speculate that if there had to be three, one should be on the back, because then couples-dancing would be more attractive to men?

  5. fillyjonk »

    27 October 2017 · 4:15 pm

    then again, that could make sleeping in ANY position uncomfortable, so, IDK.

  6. CGHill »

    27 October 2017 · 5:40 pm

    At least, if they were dancing close. A lot of gyrations that pass themselves off as dance leave little opportunity for contact.

    Cher, annoyed one day at someone’s suggestion that she’d had a boob job: “I can have them put on my back if I want to. They’re mine.”

  7. fillyjonk »

    27 October 2017 · 6:25 pm

    well, the point, in my mind, would be to encourage the sort of couples dancing that I as an 80s teen, never actually learned to do. (I can “Goth-dance,” and that’s about it – stand in place and sway a little)

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