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Barry Bowman

Barry Bowman, born August 5th, 1944 in Birch Hills, Saskatchewan is a former Canadian radio disc jockey. With many years experience, his stage credits include lead roles in Death Trap, Anne of Green Gables and Annie. Now a busy voice over actor known for his familiar voice on thousands of commercials, Barry spent 38 years in broadcasting before ... See full bio »

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The Company You Keep
The Company You Keep 80's Newsman
Deadly Run
Deadly Run Sound Department
The Diary
The Diary Art Andrews
Foreverland Priest


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 2012 Senior Living on Location (TV Series)
- Young Inside (2012) ... Narrator (voice)
- Being More (2012) ... Narrator (voice)
- A Craft of Ones Own (2012) ... Narrator (voice)
- Artist Inside (2012) ... Narrator (voice)
- For the Love of It (2012) ... Narrator (voice)
 2012 The Company You Keep
80's Newsman
 2011 Foreverland
 2010 The Diary
Art Andrews
 2010 Lies Between Friends (TV Movie)
 2009 Something Evil Comes (TV Movie)
 2008 Eaux troubles du crime (TV Series)
Additional Police
- House of Horrors (2008) ... Additional Police
 2007 The Last Trimester (TV Movie)
Sgt Reardon
 2006 The Mermaid Chair (TV Movie)
Monk (uncredited)
 2006 Trophy Wife (TV Movie)
 2005 Murder at the Presidio (TV Movie)
Detective (uncredited)
 2004 Perfect Romance (TV Movie)
Teacher (uncredited)
 2004 The Survivors Club (TV Movie)
TV Reporter Willis
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 1995 Deadly Run (audio syncing)

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