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Overview (3)

Born in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Nicknames Bass
Sea Bass
Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)

Mini Bio (2)

He is most notably recognized today as "Cowboy" Cliff Harting in Hallmark Channel's original television series "Cedar Cove," based on the books by award-winning author Debbie Macomber (series began in 2013)

Not to be typecast, Sebastian has become one of the most sought-after actors in Vancouver, BC. While science fiction is a preferred genre, based on his impressive resume, it is clear to see that he can take any role he is given and give the same kind of impressive performances that has become a hallmark of his career. His versatility could be considered practically legendary.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Ruth Hill

As the son of playwrights Janis Spence and Michael Cook, Sebastian Spence was destined to an auspicious career in the world of acting from the beginning. He was bitten by the acting bug at an early age, and his first role in "The Boys of St. Vincent: 15 Years Later" was met with critical acclaim.

Following this role, he was thrust into television roles and made-for-television films. That was until his first true starring role on the science fiction original series "First Wave" where he brought to life the role of Cade Foster from the years 1998-2001. The show developed quite a cult following, but unfortunately, following the three-year-run, it was officially canceled.

Undaunted, he guest-starred in a variety of science fiction television shows, made-for-television films, and on occasion these turned into recurring guest spots ("Dawson's Creek" and "G-Spot" most notably). Also prominent in his repertoire is the role of Timmy Callahan in the four Donald Strachey mystery films opposite Chad Allen.

He is most notably recognized today as "Cowboy" Cliff Harting in Hallmark Channel's original television series "Cedar Cove," based on the books by award-winning author Debbie Macomber (series began in 2013)

Not to be typecast, Sebastian has become one of the most sought-after actors in Vancouver, BC. While science fiction is a preferred genre, based on his impressive resume, it is clear to see that he can take any role he is given and give the same kind of impressive performances that has become a hallmark of his career. His versatility could be considered practically legendary.

One thing that has stood the test of time is his stellar reputation within the acting business. He is consistently described by those with whom he has worked as delightful, humble, kind, and very professional. He is one of the few actors who makes a consistent effort to personally reach out to his fans as time allows.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Ruth Hill

Trivia (4)

Son of playwrights Janis Spence and Michael Cook.
Plays the guitar.
Sebastian has 1 older sister, Sarah, 1 younger half brother, Fergus and 1 younger half-sister Perdita. His father was playwright Michael Cook. His mom was playwright and actress Janice Spence.
He made guest appearances on all three of the longest running North American science fiction series: The X-Files (1993), Stargate SG-1 (1997) and Smallville (2001).

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