Canadian actors who deceased in 2005

Here are 9 famous actors from Canada died in 2005:

Marc Favreau

Marc Favreau (November 9, 1929 Montreal-December 17, 2005) was a Canadian actor.

He was best known for his work on the children's television show "Sol et Gobelet" which aired in Quebec from 1959 to 1964. Favreau wrote, directed, and starred in the show, which became a beloved classic in Quebec and helped to shape the cultural identity of the province. In addition to his work in television, Favreau was also a prolific stage actor and playwright, founding the Theatre de Carton in Montreal in 1951. He continued to act and write throughout his career, earning numerous awards and accolades for his contributions to Canadian theatre and television. Favreau passed away in 2005 at the age of 76, leaving behind a legacy of creativity and artistic excellence.

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Jonathan Welsh

Jonathan Welsh (April 3, 1947 St. Catharines-January 27, 2005 Belleville) was a Canadian actor. His children are called Hilary Welsh, Owen Welsh and Julia Welsh.

Welsh began his career on stage and appeared in numerous Canadian theatrical productions before transitioning to television and film. Some of his most notable film credits include "The Return of Count Yorga" (1971), "The Terminal Man" (1974) and "The Clonus Horror" (1979).

On television, Welsh was best known for his role as Dr. Michael Halliday on the Canadian medical drama series "The Whiteoaks of Jalna" (1972-1973). He also appeared on popular shows such as "The Littlest Hobo," "Street Legal" and "The X-Files."

In addition to his acting career, Welsh was a respected acting teacher and was known for his work coaching actors in the Toronto area. He passed away in 2005 at the age of 57, leaving behind a legacy as a versatile performer and passionate educator of the craft.

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John Vernon

John Vernon (February 24, 1932 Zehner, Saskatchewan-February 1, 2005 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Adolphus Raymondus Vernon Agopsowicz, John R. Vernon or John Keith Vernon was a Canadian actor and voice actor. He had three children, Kate Vernon, Nan Vernon and Chris Vernon.

John Vernon appeared in over 200 movies and television shows during his career, including popular movies like "Dirty Harry", "The Outlaw Josey Wales" and "National Lampoon's Animal House". He was also a voice actor for many animated shows, lending his voice to characters such as Rupert Thorne in "Batman: The Animated Series" and Mr. Big in "Inspector Gadget". Vernon was a multi-talented actor and also directed several theater productions. He won the Canadian Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the 1974 movie "Sudden Fury". Vernon was a prominent figure in the entertainment industry and remains one of Canada's most beloved actors.

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Bill Cameron

Bill Cameron (January 23, 1943 Vancouver-March 12, 2005 Toronto) a.k.a. William Lorne "Bill" Cameron was a Canadian novelist, tv journalist, journalist and actor. He had four children, Patrick Cameron, Rachel Cameron, Nicholas Cameron and Sean Patenaude.

Cameron started his career as a journalist, working for various newspapers before joining the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in the 1970s. He worked as a reporter, producer and anchor on various news and current affairs programs, including 'The National' and 'The Journal'. Cameron's coverage of the 1980 Quebec referendum earned him a Gemini Award for Best Reporting.

Cameron was also a successful novelist, with several published works including 'The Cat's Meow' and 'Chameleon'. His novels often explored themes of corruption, power and morality, and his writing drew praise for its vivid sense of place and complex characters.

In addition to his work in journalism and writing, Cameron was also an actor, appearing in films such as 'The Grey Fox' and 'Hostage Train'. He was known for his deep voice and commanding presence on screen.

Cameron passed away in 2005 at the age of 62, leaving behind a legacy as a respected journalist, author and actor in Canada.

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Bonar Bain

Bonar Bain (February 4, 1923 Lethbridge-February 18, 2005 Edmonton) a.k.a. Bonar Stewart Bain was a Canadian actor.

Bain began his acting career in Canada as a radio performer, and then moved to television and film. He appeared in a variety of television shows including The Adventures of Tugboat Annie, Ironside, The Incredible Hulk, and The X-Files, where he played the recurring role of Deep Throat. He also appeared in several films including The Andromeda Strain,The Neptune Factor, and The Valley of Light. In addition to acting, Bain was also a voiceover artist, and lent his voice to numerous commercials and animated shows. Bain passed away in 2005 at the age of 82.

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Lloyd Bochner

Lloyd Bochner (July 29, 1924 Toronto-October 29, 2005 Santa Monica) also known as Lloyd Wolfe Bochner was a Canadian actor. His children are called Hart Bochner, Paul Bochner and Johanna Courtleigh.

Bochner started his acting career in radio before transitioning to TV and cinema. He appeared in a variety of television shows in the 1950s and 1960s, and had recurring roles on several popular series such as "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." and "Dynasty." In addition to TV, Bochner appeared in over 70 films, including "Point Blank," "The Detective," and "The Naked Gun 2 ½." He was also a well-known voice actor and lent his voice to many animated shows and movies, including "Batman: The Animated Series." Bochner was a founding member of the Screen Actors Guild and remained involved in the organization throughout his life. He passed away in 2005 from complications related to cancer.

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Heath Lamberts

Heath Lamberts (December 15, 1941 Toronto-February 22, 2005 Pittsburgh) a.k.a. James Langcaster or Heath Lamberts, CM was a Canadian actor.

Lamberts began his career on the stage in Montreal before transitioning into film and television. He appeared in a variety of TV shows and movies, including the popular CBC drama "King of Kensington" and the film "Happy Birthday to Me". In addition to acting, Lamberts was also a drama teacher at Carnegie Mellon

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Henry Corden

Henry Corden (January 6, 1920 Montreal-May 19, 2005 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Henry Cohen, Harry Corden or Henry Cordon was a Canadian actor and voice actor. His children are called Robin Smith and Dana Wade.

Corden began his career as a singer and had his own radio show in Montreal before transitioning to acting. He appeared in several films and television shows, with some of his notable roles being in "The Ten Commandments" and "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C." He also did voice-over work for cartoons, most notably taking over the role of Fred Flintstone in "The Flintstones" after the death of original voice actor Alan Reed. In addition to his performing career, Corden was also a skilled linguist and spoke six languages fluently.

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James Doohan

James Doohan (March 3, 1920 Vancouver-July 20, 2005 Redmond) also known as James Montgomery Doohan, James Montgomery "Jimmy" Doohan, Jim Doohan or Jimmy was a Canadian voice actor, actor and military officer. His children are called Sarah Doohan, Thomas Doohan, Eric Doohan, Christopher Doohan, Larkin Doohan, Montgomery Doohan and Deirdre Doohan.

Doohan is best known for his role as Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott, commonly known as Scotty, on the hit television show Star Trek. He appeared in all six of the original Star Trek movies and lent his voice to several Star Trek video games and animated series.

Doohan also had a successful career in the Canadian military prior to his acting career. He served in the Royal Canadian Artillery during World War II, where he was eventually commissioned as a lieutenant. He participated in the Normandy landings on D-Day and was later wounded in battle.

After the war, Doohan pursued his passion for acting and eventually landed his breakthrough role in Star Trek. He went on to make numerous appearances on television shows and movies throughout his career, including The Twilight Zone, Magnum, P.I., and The Outer Limits.

In addition to his impressive acting career, Doohan was also a noted voice actor, lending his talents to animated shows like The Jetsons and Batman: The Animated Series. He passed away in 2005 due to complications from pneumonia and is remembered as a beloved actor and war veteran.

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