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1. Jay Baruchel Jay Baruchel Actor, How to Train Your Dragon Jay Baruchel was born in Ottawa, Ontario, and was raised in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He is the son of Robyne (Ropell), a freelance writer, and Serge Victor Baruchel, an antiques dealer. He has a younger sister who also acts. He started acting in 1995 when he made his first of three appearances on the hit show Are You Afraid of the Dark?...
2. Sarah Chalke Sarah Chalke Actress, Chaos Theory Sarah Chalke was born on 27 August 1976, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Her parents are Angie Chalke and Doug Chalke. She is the middle child, having one older sister, Natasha Chalke, and one younger, Piper Chalke. Sarah made her acting debut in a made-for-TV movie, City Boy. In 1993, after her first film...
3. Dan Aykroyd Dan Aykroyd Writer, Ghostbusters Daniel Edward Aykroyd was born on July 1, 1952 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, to Lorraine Hélène (Gougeon), a secretary from a French-Canadian family, and Samuel Cuthbert Peter Hugh Aykroyd, a civil engineer who advised prime minister Pierre Trudeau. Aykroyd attended Carleton University in 1969, where he majored in Criminology and Sociology...
4. Donal Logue Donal Logue Actor, Blade Donal Logue's versatility and talent makes him one of the most well respected and beloved actors today. Born in Ottawa, Canada, Logue moved all over the United States, from the Boston area as an infant to various towns on the Mexican border. He returned to Boston to attend Harvard University, where he majored in Intellectual History and discovered his love for the performing arts...
5. Tom Cavanagh Tom Cavanagh Actor, Bang Bang You're Dead Thomas Cavanagh was born on October 26th, 1963 in Ottawa, Ontario, the second-oldest of five children. His close-knit family moved to Ghana, Africa when Tom was six. His father educated teachers there. The family moved back to Canada before Tom started high school (which he attended in southern Quebec)...
6. Drew Seeley Drew Seeley Actor, Another Cinderella Story Drew Seeley grew up in Toronto where he first fell in love with performing. At age 11, he was cast in Hal Prince's revival of Showboat and stayed with the production for a year. Two years later, he got his first guitar, began writing songs, and hasn't looked back since. In 2005 Drew started working...
7. Kelly Rowan Kelly Rowan Actress, Another World Kelly Rowan is best known for playing "Kirsten Cohen" on The O.C. for which she won a Prism award for best actress. She recently starred in and executive-produced The Good Times Are Killing Me with Rupert Graves. Her recent indie film credits include Jack and Jill vs. the World and Mount Pleasant (for which she was nominated for best supporting actress at the Vancouver Film Festival)...
8. Alanis Morissette Alanis Morissette Soundtrack, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Alanis Morissette has released a series of groundbreaking albums that have sold more than 60 million copies worldwide. She has won twelve Juno Awards, seven Grammy® Awards, and has also received an additional fourteen Grammy® nominations. Morissette's international debut album "Jagged Little Pill" remains the best-selling debut album by a female artist in the U.S...
9. Rachel Wilson Rachel Wilson Actress, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
10. Lorne Greene Lorne Greene Actor, Earthquake Lorne Greene was born Lyon Himan "Chaim" Greene on February 12, 1915 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He began acting while attending Canada's Queen's University, and after graduation got a job in radio broadcasting. His rich, deep, authoritarian voice quickly propelled him to prominence as Canada's top newscaster...
11. Vanessa Morgan Vanessa Morgan Actress, My Babysitter's a Vampire
12. Melinda Shankar Melinda Shankar Actress, Trigger Melinda Leanna Shankar is a Guyanese-Canadian actress best known for playing Alli Bhandari from the beginning of Season 8 in Degrassi: The Next Generation and Indira "Indie" Mehta on YTV series, 'How to be Indie.' Melinda made her starring mark in 2008 in the 8th season of Degrassi as Alli Bhandari...
13. Gordon Thomson Gordon Thomson Actor, Little Miss Sunshine A native of Canada, Thomson made a career of playing despicable characters. His breakthrough came in 1982 when he was cast as the pathologically evil Adam Carrington in the popular nighttime soap opera Dynasty. When Dynasty ended in 1989, he moved on to daytime soaps, and became the third actor to play Mason Capwell in Santa Barbara.
14. Kelly Sheridan Kelly Sheridan Actress, Ranma ½
15. Paul Anka Paul Anka Soundtrack, Jaws Canadian-born Paul Anka first achieved success in the 1950s as a teenage singing star (and, for the times, an unusual one in that he wrote many of his own songs). Although he appeared in several films, and was quite believable as a nervous, hyper young soldier in The Longest Day (for which he also composed the theme music)...
16. Chad Connell Chad Connell Actor, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Chad started performing in local productions at a young age. He landed a few roles in Montreal; just enough to keep him busy in High School. He then took time off to attend the Ryerson University Theatre School Drama Programme, from which he graduated in 2006.
17. Brendan Penny Brendan Penny Actor, The A-Team
18. Roger Spottiswoode Roger Spottiswoode Director, Tomorrow Never Dies
19. Emily Holmes Emily Holmes Actress, Snakes on a Plane
20. Rich Little Rich Little Self, Futurama: Bender's Game Born in Canada, Rich Little got his start just like almost every other comic of his time - night clubs. he was a very popular comic in these clubs, but if there was one thing Rich was best known for, it was impersonations. He studied the voices of many stars his whole life, stars like James Stewart...
21. K.C. Martel K.C. Martel Actor, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
22. Jacqueline Samuda Jacqueline Samuda Actress, Stargate: Continuum Jacqueline Samuda was born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and grew up in both the United States and Canada. She received a B.F.A. Degree in Performance from York University in Toronto, and apprenticed at the prestigious Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the Lake, Ontario. She received an Ontario Arts Council Grant for Individual Professional Development to observe theatre development in New York City...
23. Mark McKinney Mark McKinney Actor, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy Mark was born to Russell, a Canadian diplomat, and Chloe, an architectural writer, McKinney. Since his dad was a diplomat Mark and his siblings spent most of their childhood traveling with him. Mark's younger brother, Nick, is also a comedian and appeared on the short lived Comedy Central sketch comedy show The Vacant Lot...
24. Kari Skogland Kari Skogland Director, Fifty Dead Men Walking Kari was named by Hollywood Reporter as one of its "Ten Directors to Watch" for her debut as writer-director of Liberty Stands Still (Wesley Snipes, Linda Fiorentino - Lionsgate). As Writer, Director, Producer, Kari's most recent film Fifty Dead Men Walking (starring Sir Ben Kingsley, Jim Sturgess)...
25. Tom Butler Tom Butler Actor, Shooter
26. Michael Jackson Michael Jackson Camera and Electrical Department, Trailer Park Boys: The Movie
27. Jon Dore Jon Dore Self, Jon's Christmas
28. Jon McLaren Jon McLaren Actor, Cyberbully
29. Denis Forest Denis Forest Actor, The Mask An accomplished actor, painter/sculptor and writer, Denis Forest attended Ryerson Theatre School in Toronto, Canada. He was an associate artist with the Necessary Angel Theatre Company from 1982-1987, where he collaborated on a number of award-winning plays under the direction of Richard Rose ("Tamara")...
30. Stephen R. Hart Stephen R. Hart Actor, Oz the Great and Powerful Stephen Hart has a strong background in live theater and solo performance. He has performed with a variety of dangerous, live edgy shows, including the renown sideshow Carnival Diablo (1998-2002) as Stevan Hart the Scandinavian Giant. His voice is part of a nationally known daily opening rant on Canada's national broadcaster...
31. Nobu McCarthy Nobu McCarthy Actress, Pacific Heights Lovely, demure actress Nobu McCarthy, born Nobu Atsumi in Ottawa Canada, was raised in Japan and studied ballet. A modeling career eventually led to her winning the "Miss Tokyo" beauty title. She married a US serviceman and returned to the States in 1955. Discovered by a talent agent, she made a gentle...
32. Tracy Dawson Tracy Dawson Actress, Honey
33. Adam Greydon Reid Adam Greydon Reid Actor, Underworld: Awakening Born and raised in Nepean, Ontario, Canada, Adam began his multifaceted career in entertainment when he was twelve on the 80s Nickelodeon cult comedy, You Can't Do That on Television At sixteen, he graduated to the writing department and co-wrote thirty episodes of the show with producer/creator Roger Damon Price. He attended Sir Robert Borden H.S...
34. Zack Peladeau Zack Peladeau Actor, Onion Skin Zack found his desire for acting at the age of 10 years old when he first saw Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible 2. Tom Cruise inspired Zack to become an actor and has always been his role model. At 16 years old (2010) Zack found his first agency in Ottawa, ON. Angie's Talent. Where he started with Principle & Supporting roles...
35. Chad McNamara Chad McNamara Actor, Strudle Doodle
36. Christian Potenza Christian Potenza Actor, The Tuxedo
37. Connor Stanhope Connor Stanhope Actor, Jake and Jasper: A Ferret Tale
38. Robin Brûlé Robin Brûlé Actress, Three to Tango
39. Bill Marchant Bill Marchant Actor, Chappie A writer, actor, director, producer and educator, Bill Marchant has been making art in Canada for over thirty years. An accomplished actor, he is best know for recurring roles on Stargate-SG1 and Davinci's Inquest. Born William Geoffrey Marchant in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on March 17, 1964 to Ruth and Murray Marchant...
40. Stephen MacDonald Stephen MacDonald Actor, Total Recall
41. Grace Lynn Kung Grace Lynn Kung Actress, Cube²: Hypercube Gemini nominated for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy, Ms Kung holds two Certificates of Distinction from Trinity College London in Speech and Drama. She was named one of the "Top 10 Canadian Actresses To Watch" by Crave and was slated to be in Sarah Polley's "Take This Waltz" but unable to film due to scheduling conflicts. Grace lives and studied in the UK.
42. Stephanie Moore Stephanie Moore Actress, John Q
43. Helena-Alexis Seymour Helena-Alexis Seymour Actress, Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
44. Pierre-Luc Lafontaine Pierre-Luc Lafontaine Actor, Tu dors Nicole
45. Keshia Chante Keshia Chante Self, Episode #2.48
46. Jon Knautz Jon Knautz Director, Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer In early high school, Jon began developing his filmmaking craft. After gaining experience in directing, producing, camera, writing, and editing, Jon completed the Film Foundation program at the Vancouver Film School. Jon's first short film Apt. 310 played eleven film festivals and garnered two awards for Best Short Film...
47. Paul Hopkins Paul Hopkins Actor, The Art of War
48. Matthew Stefiuk Matthew Stefiuk Actor, Donkey Born on July 11th, 1981 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Matthew has been acting for many years. With a variety of film, television, stage credits under his belt, he's also been involved in producing a number of short, as well as feature film projects. In addition to film being one of his passions, stand up comedy is another...
49. Janet Lane Janet Lane Actress, Lucky Number Slevin An enigmatic and intriguing performer, Janet Lane's transition from stage to screen has resulted in swift, undisputable success. Lane first caught the eye of freshman director George Clooney, who quickly cast her as the Blonde Bachelorette in  Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. She then went on to do a role on the hit MTV comedy series Undressed...
50. Brett Kelly Brett Kelly Actor, Spacemen, Go-go Girls and the Great Easter Hunt
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