Canadian actors who were born in 1969

Here are 31 famous actors from Canada were born in 1969:

Brendan Shanahan

Brendan Shanahan (January 23, 1969 Mimico-) also known as Brendan Frederick Shanahan, Shanny or Shan The Man is a Canadian ice hockey player, businessperson and actor. He has three children, Maggie Shanahan, Jack Shanahan and Catherine Rosaleen Shanahan.

Shanahan is a retired professional hockey player who played in the National Hockey League (NHL) for 21 seasons. He played for several teams including the New Jersey Devils, Detroit Red Wings, and the New York Rangers. He won three Stanley Cups in his career, two with the Red Wings and one with the Devils.

After retiring from hockey, Shanahan became the Director of Player Safety for the NHL and helped implement new rules and punishments to make the game safer for players. He then became the President of the Toronto Maple Leafs before leaving to join the National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) as the Executive Director.

In addition to his career in hockey, Shanahan has also dabbled in acting, making appearances in films such as "Mystery, Alaska" and "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back". He is also a co-founder of Sure Sports, a sports performance training center located in Toronto.

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Rob Blake

Rob Blake (December 10, 1969 Simcoe, Ontario-) is a Canadian ice hockey player and actor.

He played as a defenseman in the National Hockey League (NHL) for 20 seasons from 1990 to 2010. Blake was drafted by the Los Angeles Kings in 1988 and spent the majority of his career with the team. He won a Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche in 2001 and a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Off the ice, Blake has been involved in several charity organizations, including the Ronald McDonald House and the Garth Brooks Foundation. In 2014, he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

As an actor, Blake has made various appearances in movies and television shows, including "Mystery, Alaska" and "Arli$$". He also appeared in an episode of the crime drama series "The Closer" in 2009.

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Jason Priestley

Jason Priestley (August 28, 1969 Vancouver-) also known as Jason Bradford Priestley or Jason Priestly is a Canadian actor, film producer, race car driver, television producer, television director, film director and voice actor. He has two children, Ava Veronica Priestley and Dashiell Orson Priestley.

Priestley is best known for his role as Brandon Walsh on the popular television series Beverly Hills, 90210, which aired from 1990 to 2000. He also directed and produced several episodes of the show. Prior to his success on Beverly Hills, 90210, Priestley appeared in several television shows and films, including the Canadian series Street Legal and the film Tombstone.

In addition to his acting career, Priestley has also pursued a career in auto racing. He competed in the Indy Lights series and the American Le Mans series, and he co-owns his own racing team, called FAZZT Race Team.

Priestley has continued to work in both television and film, appearing in shows such as Call Me Fitz and films such as Zoom. He has also directed episodes of several television shows, including the Canadian series Private Eyes.

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Matthew Perry

Matthew Perry (August 19, 1969 Williamstown-) also known as Matthew Langford Perry, Matty, Matthew L. Perry, Matthew Perry Arquette or Matt is a Canadian actor, screenwriter, television producer and comedian.

He is most well-known for his portrayal of Chandler Bing in the hit television show Friends, which aired from 1994 to 2004. Perry has also appeared in numerous films such as The Whole Nine Yards, 17 Again and The Ron Clark Story, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe award. In addition to his acting career, Perry has struggled with addiction and has been open about his journey to sobriety. He has also been involved in philanthropic work and supports various charities, including The Children's Health Foundation in Canada and The Dream Foundation in the United States.

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Rick Mercer

Rick Mercer (October 17, 1969 St. John's-) also known as Richard Vincent Mercer, Richard Vincent "Rick" Mercer, Canadian Parliament's " Unofficial Opposition" or Rick Vincent Mercer is a Canadian comedian, actor, tv personality, screenwriter, television producer, satirist, writer and author.

Mercer is best known for his hit comedy show "The Rick Mercer Report," which aired on CBC from 2004 to 2018. Prior to that, he gained popularity with his work on "This Hour Has 22 Minutes," a Canadian-news satire program. In addition to his work in television, Mercer has also authored several books, including "Rick Mercer Final Report" and "Streeters," which showcase his humorous take on Canadian politics and society. He has received numerous awards for his contributions to Canadian culture, including the Governor General's Performing Arts Award and the Order of Canada. Despite being diagnosed with dyslexia as a child, Mercer has become one of Canada's most beloved and influential personalities.

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Alan Doyle

Alan Doyle (May 17, 1969 Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove-) also known as Doyle, Alan or Alan Thomas Doyle is a Canadian singer, musician, record producer, songwriter and actor. He has one child, Henry Thomas Doyle.

Doyle began his music career as a teenager when he formed the band, Great Big Sea in 1993. The band played traditional Newfoundland folk music with a rock and roll twist and became immensely popular in Canada and around the world. Doyle served as the band's lead singer and played guitar, bouzouki, mandolin, and other instruments.

In addition to his music career, Doyle has also acted in films and television shows, including the popular TV series, Republic of Doyle. He has published a memoir titled "Where I Belong: From Small Town to Great Big Sea" which chronicles his early life and career with the band.

After Great Big Sea disbanded in 2013, Doyle embarked on a solo career, releasing several albums including "Boy on Bridge" and "A Week at the Warehouse". He continues to tour and perform both solo and with his band, The Beautiful Gypsies.

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Rick Fox

Rick Fox (July 24, 1969 Toronto-) a.k.a. Ulrich Alexander Fox, Ulrich Alexander "Rick" Fox or Rick is a Canadian actor, athlete and basketball player. He has two children, Sasha Gabriella Fox and Kyle Fox.

Rick Fox played in the NBA for 13 seasons, playing for the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers. In 2000, he won three NBA championships with the Lakers, playing alongside Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal. After retiring from basketball, Fox began a career in acting, appearing in several TV shows and movies, including "Oz", "Rescue Me", and "Dope". He also competed on the 11th season of "Dancing with the Stars". Fox is an advocate for esports, owning and co-founding several professional esports teams. He is also involved in various philanthropic activities, including supporting organizations such as Best Buddies and Oceana.

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Dylan Neal

Dylan Neal (October 8, 1969 Richmond Hill-) also known as Dylan J. Neal is a Canadian actor.

Dylan Neal has appeared in numerous television series and movies throughout his career. He is perhaps best known for his roles in the hit teen drama series "Dawson's Creek" and the crime drama "Blood Ties." Neal has also appeared in popular shows such as "The Bold and the Beautiful," "Arrow," and "50 Shades of Grey." In addition to his acting career, he has also worked as a writer and producer on several projects. Outside of work, Neal is an avid supporter of various charitable organizations, including animal welfare groups and organizations that provide support to those affected by cancer.

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Sebastian Spence

Sebastian Spence (December 9, 1969 St. John's-) a.k.a. Bass is a Canadian actor.

He is best known for his portrayal of Cade Foster in the science fiction TV series, First Wave. Spence began his acting career on stage and has appeared in numerous television series and films since the 1990s. He has also lent his voice to several animated series and video games. In addition to acting, Spence is a talented musician and has released several albums. He is also an advocate for animal rights and has worked with various organizations to raise awareness about animal cruelty.

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David Palffy

David Palffy (March 5, 1969 Canada-) a.k.a. David Palfy, David Pallfy or David Pàlffy is a Canadian actor.

He is best known for his roles in science fiction and fantasy television shows, such as Anubis in the Stargate SG-1 series and the recurring role of Darth Sidious' loyal enforcer in the Star Wars prequel trilogy. Born in Budapest, Hungary, Palffy moved to Canada at a young age and began his career as a stuntman before making the transition to acting. He has appeared in numerous TV shows and movies throughout his career, including Watchmen, Supernatural, and Arrow. In addition to acting, Palffy is also an accomplished artist and musician.

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Cameron Mathison

Cameron Mathison (August 25, 1969 Sarnia-) also known as Cameron Arthur Mathison, Cammy Cam or Snaps is a Canadian actor and presenter.

He is best known for his role as Ryan Lavery on the popular daytime soap opera "All My Children." Mathison has also appeared in numerous television shows and movies, including "Desperate Housewives," "Hot in Cleveland," "The Christmas Ornament," and "Murder, She Baked."

Aside from acting, Mathison has also hosted and reported for various shows, including "Good Morning America," "Entertainment Tonight," and the Hallmark Channel's "Home and Family." He has also competed on reality competition shows like "Dancing with the Stars" and "Celebrity Fit Club."

Mathison is actively involved in charity work, supporting organizations such as the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society. He is married to model and fellow television personality Vanessa Arevalo, with whom he has two children.

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Robert Maillet

Robert Maillet (October 26, 1969 Sainte-Marie-de-Kent, New Brunswick-) also known as Acadian Giant, Goliath El Gigante, Kurrgan The Interrogator, Big Robert, Grand Robert, Kurgan, Kurrgan or The Interrogator is a Canadian actor and wrestler.

He is best known for his roles in movies such as "300," "Sherlock Holmes," "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief," and "Pacific Rim." Prior to his acting career, Maillet was a professional wrestler for over a decade, competing in various promotions such as World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and World Championship Wrestling (WCW) under different stage names. He stands at 7 feet tall and weighs over 300 pounds, which has made him a recognizable figure in both the wrestling and entertainment industries. In addition to his acting and wrestling work, Maillet has also done voiceover work for video games such as "Assassin's Creed" and "Halo 5: Guardians."

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Patrick Roach

Patrick Roach (March 4, 1969 Branch-) also known as Pat Roach is a Canadian actor. His children are called Rebecca Roach and Cody Roach.

Roach is best known for his role as Randy on the hit Canadian television show Trailer Park Boys. He has also appeared in other television shows and movies such as Pit Pony, Haven, and Hobo With a Shotgun. Before pursuing acting full-time, Roach worked as a banker and then as a teacher. He has said that he fell into acting by accident after being encouraged to audition for a play by a former student. Roach is also an avid musician and has performed with various bands over the years.

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Brian Drummond

Brian Drummond (August 10, 1969 Salmon Arm-) is a Canadian actor and voice actor. He has three children, Aidan Drummond, Bryanna Drummond and Ashlyn Drummond.

Drummond began his career as a stage actor, before transitioning to voice-over work. He has voiced a number of popular characters, including Vegeta in the Canadian dub of Dragon Ball Z, Knuckles the Echidna in Sonic the Hedgehog, and Streaky the Supercat in Krypto the Superdog. In addition, he has lent his voice to numerous video games, including the popular series Assassin's Creed and Call of Duty. Outside of voice-over work, Drummond has appeared in several film and television productions, including X-Men: Evolution and the Canadian comedy series Corner Gas.

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Martin Cummins

Martin Cummins (November 28, 1969 North Delta, British Columbia-) also known as Martin Cummin is a Canadian actor.

He is perhaps best known for his roles as Ames White in the television series "Dark Angel" and as Thomas Sullivan Magnum IV in "Magnum P.I." Cummins has also appeared in many other popular television shows such as "Smallville," "Supernatural," "Stargate Atlantis," and "The X-Files." In addition to his television work, Cummins has also appeared in films such as "A Different Loyalty" and "We Were Children." Cummins has been acting since the early 1990s and has also worked as a director and producer on various projects throughout his career.

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Yannick Bisson

Yannick Bisson (May 16, 1969 Montreal-) also known as Yannick D. Bisson or Yannock Bisson is a Canadian actor and film director. His children are called Mikaela Bisson, Dominique Bisson and Brianna Bisson.

Bisson is best known for his role as Detective William Murdoch in the Canadian television series, Murdoch Mysteries. He has also acted in television shows like Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, Flashpoint, and The Adventures of Swiss Family Robinson. Bisson's filmography includes movies such as Casino Jack and Year by the Sea. In addition to acting, he has directed several episodes of Murdoch Mysteries and also directed the film Casino Jack. Bisson has been nominated for several awards, including Gemini Awards for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role for his performance in Murdoch Mysteries. He is also involved in various philanthropic activities, including supporting the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada.

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Tim Howar

Tim Howar (November 24, 1969 Spirit River-) also known as Timothy Michael Hawryluk or Timothy Howar is a Canadian actor and singer. His children are called Lily Amalia Howar and Dolly Olivia Howar.

Howar began his career in musical theatre and has played lead roles in numerous West End productions, including Rent, The Who's Tommy, and Rock of Ages. He is also known for his work as the lead vocalist for the rock band Mike + The Mechanics, which he joined in 2010. Howar has toured extensively with the band and has recorded two albums with them, The Road and Let Me Fly. In addition to his work in theatre and music, Howar has also appeared in television shows and films, including Grange Hill and the film adaptation of Les Misérables. He has been praised for his powerful vocals and dynamic stage presence, and has been nominated for several awards for his performances in musical theatre.

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Patrick Huard

Patrick Huard (January 2, 1969 Montreal-) is a Canadian comedian, actor, film director, television director and screenwriter. He has two children, Nathan Huard and Jessie Huard.

Huard originally started his career in entertainment as a stand-up comedian and eventually became known for his ability to perform different accents and voices. He gained wider recognition in Quebec through his participation in popular radio and television programs such as "Le Grand Blond avec un show sournois" and "Les 4 Chevaliers".

In addition to his work in comedy, Huard has acted in numerous films and television shows. He gained critical acclaim for his performance in the film "Bon Cop, Bad Cop" (2006), which he co-wrote and starred in. The film's success led to a sequel, "Bon Cop, Bad Cop 2" (2017).

Aside from his work in front of the camera, Huard has also directed several films, including "Starbuck" (2011) and its American remake "Delivery Man" (2013). Huard's success as a director has earned him honors such as the Canadian Comedy Award for Best Direction in a Film.

Throughout his career, Huard has remained active in the Quebec entertainment scene, performing in comedy shows and contributing to the growth of the industry through his work in film directing and screenwriting.

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Todd Caldecott

Todd Caldecott (January 21, 1969 New Westminster-) also known as Todd Schaefer, Todd Schaeffer, Todd Schaffer or Todd Shaffer is a Canadian actor and herbalist.

He is known for his work in the TV series Da Vinci's Inquest and the film The Accused. He is also a trained Ayurvedic practitioner and has authored several books on herbal medicine, including Food As Medicine and Ayurveda: The Divine Science of Life. He has taught at the Vancouver School of Herbal Medicine and the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine. In addition, he runs an online course on Ayurvedic nutrition and wellness. Caldecott lives on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, where he operates a holistic health clinic called the Dogwood School of Botanical Medicine.

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David Lovgren

David Lovgren (November 4, 1969 Vancouver-) also known as David Karl Lovgren is a Canadian actor.

David Lovgren was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. He attended the University of British Columbia where he studied acting and discovered his passion for the craft.

Lovgren has an impressive career spanning over two decades, during which he has appeared in numerous television shows and films. He is best known for his roles in the television series "Stargate SG-1", "Smallville", and "Da Vinci's Inquest".

In addition to acting, Lovgren is also a writer and director. He co-wrote and starred in the film "Beneath" and directed the short film "Seeking Winonas".

Outside of his acting career, Lovgren is passionate about environmental issues and is a dedicated advocate for clean energy and sustainable living. He is also an avid outdoorsman and enjoys hiking, skiing, and camping in his free time.

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Max Martini

Max Martini (December 11, 1969 Woodstock-) also known as Maximilian Carlo Martini, Maximilian Martini, Max Margolin, Max Martin, Max Dunne, The Frage, Maxmillian Martini, Max, Maximilian Carlo "Max" Martini or Maximillian Martini is a Canadian actor, film director and screenwriter. He has two children, Leo Martini and Sean Carlo Martini.

Max Martini was born in Woodstock, New York in 1969 to parents who were both involved in the entertainment industry. He grew up in the United States, Canada and Europe, and eventually settled in Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting.

Martini is best known for his roles in popular television shows such as "The Unit," "CSI: Miami," and "24," as well as film franchises like "Saving Private Ryan" and "The Twilight Saga." He has also worked behind the camera as a director and writer, with credits including the film "L.A. Gang Unit" and the documentary "Death on a Rock."

In addition to his work in entertainment, Martini is also passionate about supporting veterans and their families. He has worked with numerous organizations to raise awareness and funds for veterans' causes, and has been recognized for his efforts with awards such as the Patriot Award from the California Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve.

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Chuck Campbell

Chuck Campbell (August 5, 1969 Halifax-) also known as Charles Campbell is a Canadian actor and voice actor.

He is best known for his voice work in popular video games such as Assassin's Creed III, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, and Far Cry 4. Campbell has also appeared in various TV series such as Haven, Trailer Park Boys, and The Mist. In addition to his acting career, he is also a trained martial artist and has a black belt in Shotokan Karate. Campbell is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada and has received critical acclaim for his stage performances in productions such as The Overcoat, Shakuntala, and Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing.

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Shane McConkey

Shane McConkey (December 30, 1969 Vancouver-March 26, 2009 Dolomites) a.k.a. Saucer Boy or Cliff Huckstable was a Canadian freestyle skier and actor. His child is called Ayla McConkey.

Shane McConkey is widely regarded as one of the most influential skiers in the world, known for his innovation and fearless approach to skiing. He grew up skiing in Squaw Valley, California and quickly gained a reputation for pushing the limits of the sport. McConkey was instrumental in the development of ski base jumping, which involved skiing off cliffs and then deploying a parachute to glide to the ground.

In addition to his skiing career, McConkey also worked as a stunt double and appeared in several ski and snowboard films. He was known for his humor and infectious energy, and his death in a ski base jumping accident in 2009 was a shock to the skiing community. McConkey's legacy continues to inspire young skiers and his influence can be seen throughout the sport.

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Dean Marshall

Dean Marshall (October 9, 1969 Montreal-) also known as Dean Stewart Marshall is a Canadian actor.

He is best known for his portrayal of Detective Carter in the popular television series "Da Vinci's Inquest" and its spin-off "Da Vinci's City Hall". Marshall graduated from Studio 58, the theatre training program at Langara College in Vancouver. Apart from his work on television, he has also appeared in numerous films including "The Chronicles of Riddick", "Man of Steel" and "The Age of Adaline". Marshall is also an accomplished stage actor and has appeared in productions of "Hamlet" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream". In addition to his acting career, he is a member of the board of directors for The Push International Performing Arts Festival.

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Snow (October 30, 1969 North York-) also known as Darrin O'Brien, Darrin Kenneth O'Brien or Informer is a Canadian singer, songwriter, record producer, musician and actor.

He is best known for his hit song "Informer" which topped the charts in 1992. Snow's music is a fusion of reggae, dancehall, and hip-hop. He began his music career in the late 1980s and released his debut album "12 inches of Snow" in 1993. Apart from music, Snow has also made appearances in films such as "The Sharpshooter" and "Any Given Sunday". He has also worked on various collaborations with other artists such as Daddy Yankee and MC Shan. Over the years, Snow has continued to release music and perform live shows. He currently lives in Toronto, Canada.

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Anthony Kavanagh

Anthony Kavanagh (September 26, 1969 Greenfield Park-) otherwise known as Kavanagh, Anthony is a Canadian actor and comedian.

He was born in Greenfield Park, Quebec and raised in the Saint-Hubert borough of Longueuil, Quebec. Kavanagh began his career as a comedian in the 1990s and went on to become one of the most popular comedians in Quebec. He has also hosted several television shows and has appeared in a number of films, including "Bon cop bad cop".

In addition to his career in comedy and acting, Kavanagh is also a motivational speaker, and has given talks on topics such as overcoming adversity and following your dreams. He is known for his infectious energy and positive attitude, and has inspired many people to pursue their passions.

Kavanagh is also involved in philanthropic work, and has worked with a number of charities throughout his career. He is a proud father of four children and has been married to his wife for over 25 years.

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David Sutcliffe

David Sutcliffe (June 8, 1969 Saskatoon-) a.k.a. David R. Sutcliffe or Sutty is a Canadian actor.

He is best known for his role as Christopher Hayden on the television series Gilmore Girls. Sutcliffe began his acting career in the mid-1990s, appearing in various television shows and films such as Cold Squad, Friends, and Will & Grace. In addition to his acting career, Sutcliffe is also a certified yoga instructor and has taught classes in Los Angeles. He has two children and currently resides in Toronto, Canada.

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Stephen Massicotte

Stephen Massicotte (April 18, 1969 Trenton-) is a Canadian screenwriter, playwright and actor.

He is best known for his plays "The Boy's Own Jedi Handbook", "Mary's Wedding", and "The Clockmaker". Massicotte has received numerous awards for his work, including the Betty Mitchell Award for Best New Play, the Gwen Pharis Ringwood Award for Drama, and the Alberta Playwriting Competition. In addition to his playwriting, Massicotte has written for television shows such as "Flashpoint" and "Saving Hope". He also co-created the CBC web series "All for One" and has acted in various productions both on stage and on screen.

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Charles Lafortune

Charles Lafortune (July 25, 1969 Montreal-) is a Canadian actor, television presenter and radio personality.

He began his career as a child actor, appearing in commercials and television shows. Later, he moved on to hosting shows on YTV and MusiquePlus, before becoming a fixture on Quebec television as the host of popular reality shows such as "La Voix" and "Occupation Double."

Lafortune is also known for his work as a radio host, having hosted a daily morning show on radio station CKMF-FM for many years. Additionally, he has acted in various films and television series, including "Le Négociateur" and "Lance et compte."

In his personal life, Lafortune is married with three children and is actively involved in philanthropic work, particularly with the organization Leucan, which supports children with cancer and their families.

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Sluggo Boyce

Sluggo Boyce (September 15, 1969 Vancouver-) also known as Rob Boyce, Robert Boyce, Rob 'Sluggo' Boyce, Robert Doucet Boyce or Sluggo is a Canadian stunt performer, actor, skateboarder, dancer, snowboarder, businessperson and gymnast. His children are called Liam Boyce and Araya Boyce.

Sluggo Boyce began his career as a skateboarder in the late 1980s and was soon recognized as one of the most talented skaters of his generation. He won several competitions and was sponsored by major skateboard brands. In the early 1990s, he shifted his focus to snowboarding and became a pioneer of the sport, introducing new tricks and styles that have become standard today.

Aside from his athletic achievements, Sluggo Boyce is also an accomplished actor and stunt performer, with over 20 years of experience in the film and television industry. He has worked on major Hollywood productions such as Deadpool, The Revenant, and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, among others. He has also appeared in several TV shows, including Supernatural, Fargo, and The X-Files.

In addition to his career in entertainment, Sluggo Boyce is a successful businessman, owning and operating several skate and snowboard stores in Canada. He is also involved in philanthropy and has supported various causes over the years, including children's charities and cancer research.

Despite his many achievements, Sluggo Boyce remains committed to his passions and continues to push the boundaries in all areas of his life. He is widely respected for his talent, dedication, and positive attitude, and is a true inspiration to many.

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Paul Mather

Paul Mather (August 31, 1969 Edmonton-) is a Canadian writer, screenwriter, television producer, actor and television director.

He is best known for creating, showrunning, and writing the critically acclaimed Canadian television series "Less Than Kind," which aired from 2008-2013. Mather began his career in the entertainment industry in the late 1990s as an actor, appearing in several Canadian films and TV shows. He eventually transitioned into writing and producing, and has since worked on various projects for television and film, including "Corner Gas" and "The Ron James Show." In addition to his work as a writer and producer, Mather has also acted in a number of television shows and films, including the science fiction series "Andromeda" and the film "The Bend." He continues to work in the industry today, with several upcoming projects in development.

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