Canadian actors who died due to Traffic collision

Here are 2 famous actors from Canada died in Traffic collision:

Myles Ferguson

Myles Ferguson (January 3, 1981 North Vancouver-September 29, 2000) a.k.a. Myles Steven Ferguson was a Canadian actor.

He started his acting career at a young age and landed his first role in the film "The Grocer's Wife" at the age of six. He went on to appear in several other films and television shows, including "Neon Rider" and "21 Jump Street".

Ferguson gained critical acclaim for his role in the Canadian film "Mouth to Mouth" in 1995, which earned him a Genie Award nomination for Best Actor. He also starred in the popular Canadian TV series "Madison" from 1993-1997, playing the character of Jake Deosdade.

Tragically, Ferguson passed away at the age of 19 in a car accident near Stanley Park in Vancouver. He had been driving home from a party with friends when the vehicle lost control and crashed. His promising acting career was cut short, but he remains remembered and celebrated by fans and colleagues in the industry.

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Paul O'Sullivan

Paul O'Sullivan (April 4, 1964 Canada-May 18, 2012 Peterborough) also known as Skippy's Rangers was a Canadian actor, television director, screenwriter and voice actor.

He grew up in Toronto and began his career in the entertainment industry in the late 1980s. He is best known for his work on the Canadian television series "Degrassi Junior High" and "Degrassi High". He played the role of Mad Dog in the series and also wrote several episodes. O'Sullivan also directed episodes of the popular Canadian television series "Due South" and "North of 60". In addition to his work in television, O'Sullivan also had several film credits, including the 1994 film "Exotica". O'Sullivan passed away on May 18, 2012, in Peterborough, Ontario, at the age of 48. He is remembered as a talented and versatile entertainer who made significant contributions to Canadian television and film.

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