|Date of Birth||1967, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada|
|Height||5' 10" (1.78 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Born in Ottawa, actor, director, writer Andrew Moodie began his career on stage. His first professional performance was in a production of David Fennario's 'Nothing to Lose', produced and directed by Zack Crane. The play was performed at the legendary Lafayette House. From that performance he was able to launch a career performing in many of Canada's most respected theatres, including The Great Canadian Theatre Company, the Factory Theatre, Theatre Passe Muraille, LKTYP, Second City, and the Canadian Stage Company. He garnered a Dora nomination for Best Male Performance for his rendition of 'Othello', and he won a Dora award for his performance in Roseneath's Theatre's production of David Craig's 'Health Class'. In 1995, he launched a successful playwriting career when the Factory Theatre produced his play 'Riot'. The production won the prestigious Chalmers award for Best New Production. Since then, he has written several other plays including 'A Common Man's Guide to Loving Women', 'Oui', 'The Lady Smith', 'The Real McCoy', and 'Toronto the Good'. In 2006 he was a member of the creative team that developed the hit CBC radio drama 'Afghanada', which won the a Writer's Guild of Canada award in 2007. In January of 2006 he became the host of TVO's series Big Ideas. In spite of a busy career in theatre, he has been able to work with some fascinating directors and counts working with Jeremy Podeswa, Donald Petrie, Sarah Polley, as highlights of his career.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Andrew Moodie
|Tanya||(17 September 2000 - present) (2 children)|