In "The Gourmet Detective," a culinary whiz uses his mastery of food, drink and cooking to solve crimes of the culinary world.

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Scott Smith

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Peter King (character created by: The Gourmet Detective), Becky Southwell | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dylan Neal ... Henry
Brooke Burns ... Maggie
Matthew Kevin Anderson ... Munro
Marc Senior ... Bailey
Ali Skovbye ... Abigail
Samantha Ferris ... Captain Forsyth
Shannon Chan-Kent ... Lucy
Laura Mennell ... Pauline Duquette
Donavon Stinson ... Layton
Christine Willes ... Doris
Bill Dow ... Peter
Brenda Crichlow ... Erica
Andrew Kavadas ... Jenkin
Kimberley Sustad ... Sally Aldridge (as Kimberly Sustad)
Gerard Plunkett ... Raymond
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In "The Gourmet Detective," a culinary whiz uses his mastery of food, drink and cooking to solve crimes of the culinary world.

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TV-G | See all certifications »
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Filming Location, When Henry first meets with the Duquettes, it's at Fisherman's Wharf in Victoria, BC See more »

Goofs

Despite the repeated comments in the film the lamprey is not a type of eel. They are totally different animals, a mistake that a "Gourmet Detective" would not have made and would have corrected. See more »

Connections

Followed by The Gourmet Detective: Death Al Dente (2016) See more »

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A fun story almost spoiled by an overly bitchy female lead...
29 April 2016 | by kardosmaSee all my reviews

I decided to watch this movie because of Dylan Neal; I've seen him in a few other movies and always enjoyed his performances. It started off great; he's charming, and the movie seemed like a fun little whodunnit with a twist.

And then Brooke Burns (aka the sour-faced dragon lady from hell) opened her freaky lips and spewed unwarranted aggressive bitchiness (and I say opened her lips because I've never seen anyone so clenched and uptight that their jaw couldn't move when they spoke). And she didn't stop until about 3/4 of the way through the movie, when she actually seemed human for the first time. Seriously, dial it down, lady! I nearly packed it in after ten minutes because she was so intolerably annoying.

But hey, I've watched far worse and this did turn out to be an okay little time waster. Not especially taxing on the intellect in terms of working out who did what, but still a bit of fun. Worth a watch if you come across it.


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Canada

Release Date:

16 May 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El inspector gourmet See more »

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