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Christopher Kozak


Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Christopher Shawn Anthony Kozak was drawn to the arts at an early age. Throughout his years in high school, he often took part in theatre and art classes to expand his creativity and imagination. While playing Alan Strang in a theatrical performance of Equus in his senior year, Christopher found his passion for ... See full bio »

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(2019)
Like Crazy Dylan
(2018)
Woodstock or Bust Doug Attica
(2018)
The War of 1812 William Hull
(2011)

Filmography

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 2019 Never Let Me Go
Jacob
 2018 Woodstock or Bust
Doug Attica
 2018 The Wonderland Murders (TV Series documentary)
Ray Dirkston
- Secrets in the Mist (2018) ... Ray Dirkston
 2018 Like Crazy
Dylan
 2016 Lions
Henry Beaufort
 2011 The War of 1812
William Hull
 2008 Passiona
Chris
 2004 The Winning Season (TV Movie)
Bobby Raines
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 2021 Sing to Me Sylvie (producer) (post-production)
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Personal Details

Height:

5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Personal Quote:

[on the process of becoming the character] There's an overwhelming sensation when you've gone through the process of having the character completely engrained within you. It's almost impossible to ignore or disregard any part of it once you've made the commitment. But then you let go and allow your instincts to take over and truly live in the moment. See more »

Trivia:

Throughout the production of Animal Farm, he was often seen backstage with his script and a bottle of rum. His character, Mr. Jones, was an alcoholic and decided to adopt the same habits. For the show's final performance, he improvised parts of his opening monologue, throwing hay bales across the stage. He received critical acclaim and was awarded best actor in an ensemble cast. See more »

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Various accents and dialects See more »

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