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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 1 March 1985North York, Ontario, Canada
Birth NameJohn Francis Bregar
Nicknames Bregz
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

John Bregar was born on March 1, 1985 in North York, Ontario, Canada as John Francis Bregar. He is known for his work on Kick-Ass 2 (2013), It's a Boy Girl Thing (2006) and Servitude (2011).

Trivia (15)

Studies with a variety of coaches including Dean Armstrong (Toronto) and Jock MacDonald (Carter Thor Studios - L.A. / New York).
His first two auditions were for Queer as Folk (2000).
He made his professional acting debut starring in the music video "Father" by the Knights of the Realm and the short film Todd and the Book of Pure Evil (2003) for the Canadian Film Center.
First began his acting career at the age of 11 in his elementary school production of "Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat".
While his first two auditions were for Queer as Folk (2000) and he portrayed a gay teenager on Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001), John identifies as straight in real life.
Loves sports.
Signature scents are Givenchy Pi, FCUK Him, Nautica Competition Sport, and Ralph Lauren Romance.
Favorite band is Oasis.
Favorite actor is Mel Gibson.
Favorite actress is Julia Roberts.
Plays guitar.
Worked at the Hard Rock Cafe in Toronto, Canada.
Went to elementary school with up-and-coming comedian Dayton Sinkia.
One of his first experiences in acting was playing "The Cowardly Lion" in his elementary school production of "The Wizard of Oz."
Studies with David Rotenberg and Bruce Clayton at the Professional Actors Lab.

Personal Quotes (6)

Well, I try not to get into stressful situations. When I do, I start thinking logically. When that doesn't work, I go to the gym.
I want to be a hero. I've always looked up to Zorro, in fact.
I would never sacrifice my health. It is very important to me.
I wouldn't change anything, because I was born this way. There is always room for growth, however.
Being funny, open, and honest seems to work the best.
"[on his role in Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001)] I tell them that I'm a straight actor playing a gay role and that I love playing the role. I don't want to leave people hanging. I'm not ashamed to say I'm straight! In the fourth season, I found myself being very comfortable kissing Adamo. For the first time, I didn't care what people thought. I was nervous and uncomfortable in the beginning, but, as the scenes went on, it became more about making the moments real.

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