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Overview (2)

Born in Claresholm, Alberta, Canada
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Geordie Johnson's career encompasses TV, movies and theatre. Aside from many guest appearances in TV shows and starring in the syndicated Dracula: The Series (1990), he recently appeared in the hit movie, The English Patient (1996), and played Franz Liszt in HBO's COMPOSERS' SPECIALS SERIES: Liszt's Rhapsody (1996). In 1996, Mr Johnson returned to the Stratford (Ont) Festival after an absence of several years, to play Edmund in KING LEAR and the lead role of Chance Wayne in SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH, for which he was nominated as Best Actor in a Drama by the Stage Door Awards. In 1988, Mr Johnson won the Dora Mavor Moore award for Outstanding Performance in a Play (Leading Role) for his performance in I AM YOURS at the Tarragon Theatre in

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Trivia (9)

(1979, 1989) Performed at the Stratford Festival
Won the Stage Door Award for Best Supporting Actor [1997]
Attended University of Calgary, earning BFA in acting and directing.
Is featured in the Perth County (Ont) Humane Society 1998 Calendar along with other members of the Stratford Festival Theatre Company
Attended University of Calgary, earning BFA in Drama.
In at least 3 performances he has a Sci-fi connection with a painting: in Kung-Fu: The Legend Continues, at the end of episode "Sunday At The Museum With George", Geordie Johnson finds himself trapped inside a painting for all eternity; in Beyond Reality, episode "The Color Of Mad", he plays an artist who is obsessed with painting a monster who comes to life and torments him; and in Poltergeist: The Legacy, episode "The Painting" he plays a romantic figure depicted in a large painting who lures and traps women after women inside his painting.
Playing Hector in Shakespeare's "Troilus and Cressida" at the Stratford Festival (Canada). [August 2003]
Playing 'The Prince' in the Theatre Calgary stage production of the Broadway musical 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.' [April 2009]
Stars as Nathan Detroit in the Stratford Festival's production of "Guys & Dolls." [April 2004]

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