Canadian actors who died before turning 35

Here are 4 famous actors from Canada died before 35:


Test (March 17, 1975 Whitby-March 13, 2009 Tampa) also known as Andrew James Robert Patrick Martin, Andrew J. Martin, Andrew Martin, Andrew 'Test' Martin, Big Foot, Martin Kane, The Punisher or T.J. Thunder was a Canadian wrestler and actor.

He died as a result of chronic traumatic encephalopathy.

Test was born and raised in Whitby, Ontario, Canada, and had a passion for wrestling from a young age. After training with several wrestling schools, he made his wrestling debut in 1997 with the International Wrestling Association, and quickly gained popularity with his impressive size and athleticism. He eventually signed with the World Wrestling Federation (now WWE) in 1998, where he became a fan favorite and won several championships.

In addition to his wrestling career, Test also dabbled in acting, appearing in several films and television shows, including the movie "Ready to Rumble" and the TV series "Pacific Blue." However, his true passion remained wrestling, and he continued to perform and compete until his untimely death at age 33.

Test's death was a shock to the wrestling community, as he was still in his prime and had many years of wrestling ahead of him. It was later revealed that he had been suffering from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disease caused by repeated head trauma. Test's passing helped bring attention to the dangers of concussions and head injuries in sports, and the WWE has since implemented several safety measures to protect its wrestlers.

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Owen Hart

Owen Hart (May 7, 1965 Calgary-May 23, 1999 Kansas City) also known as Owen James Hart, The Blue Blazer, 'The Rocket' Owen Hart, Bronco Owen Hart, King of Harts Owen Hart, Owen 'The Rocket' Hart, Slammy Award Winning Owen Hart, The Rocket Owen Hart, The King of Harts, Owen James, The Rocket, The Sole Survivor, Nugget, The Black Hart or Oje was a Canadian wrestler and actor. He had two children, Oje Edward Hart and Athena Christie Hart.

He died in accidental fall.

Owen Hart was born into the legendary Hart wrestling family in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He was the youngest of twelve children of Stu and Helen Hart. Following in the footsteps of his brothers Bret and Bruce, Owen began his wrestling career in the 1980s. He rose to fame as a member of The Hart Foundation tag team with Bret, which won two WWF Tag Team Championships.

Throughout his career, Owen was known for his impressive aerial maneuvers and technical wrestling ability. He won multiple championships in various promotions, including Intercontinental Championship, European Championship, and Tag Team Championship. He also competed in Japan, where he won the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship.

Apart from wrestling, Owen also appeared in films and TV shows, including The Simpsons and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. He was also known for his sense of humor and pranks backstage, earning him the nickname "The King of Ribbing" among his fellow wrestlers.

Tragically, Owen died at the age of 34 during a WWF pay-per-view event in Kansas City. While performing a stunt as his alter ego, The Blue Blazer, he fell from the rafters of the arena to the ring below. His death was later ruled an accidental fall. In memory of Owen, his family established The Owen Hart Foundation, which supports various charities and scholarships in Canada.

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Cory Monteith

Cory Monteith (May 11, 1982 Calgary-July 13, 2013 Vancouver) a.k.a. Cory Allan Monteith, Cory Allan-Michael Monteith, Cory Allan Michael Monteith or The Cast of Glee was a Canadian musician and actor.

He died in combined drug intoxication.

Monteith grew up in Victoria, British Columbia, and had a troubled adolescence marked by drug and alcohol abuse. He attended various schools before dropping out at age 16. His life changed when he attended a acting program for troubled teens and discovered his passion for performing.

He began his career in 2004 with small roles in television shows such as Stargate Atlantis and Supernatural. In 2009, he landed the role of Finn Hudson in the highly popular television musical series Glee. He was praised for his portrayal of the jock-turned-singer and his stunning singing voice.

Monteith’s success on Glee quickly made him a household name and he became a teen idol. He used his fame to advocate for philanthropic causes and help raise awareness for issues such as homelessness and addiction. Tragically, his own struggles with addiction resulted in his untimely death at age 31.

Monteith’s impact on the entertainment industry and his fans was significant and his legacy continues through his memorable performances and ongoing philanthropic efforts in his name.

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Tim Sims

Tim Sims (April 5, 1962 Canada-February 2, 1995 Toronto) was a Canadian comedian and actor.

He died caused by hiv/aids.

Tim Sims was born in Ottawa, Canada and started his comedic career in the 1980s. He co-founded the comedy troupe The Second City Toronto and was known for his witty and irreverent humor. Sims was a mentor to many young comedians, including Scott Thompson of The Kids in the Hall fame. In addition to his work in comedy, he also appeared in television shows and movies such as "Due South" and "The Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy." Sims was openly gay and often used his comedy to address LGBT issues. After his death in 1995 due to HIV/AIDS, the Tim Sims Playhouse was established in his honor to support emerging comedians in Canada.

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