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John Bourgeois

Maria Ricossa (m. 1986)

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August 11, 1956 (age 67) (

Actor, director and teacher

Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art

Movies and TV shows
Ginger Snaps, The Prince and Me, XIII: The Conspiracy, When Love Is Not Enough, Beyond Borders

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John Bourgeois is a bilingual actor, director, and educator.


Life and career

John Bourgeois was born in Ottawa, Ontario. He received his training at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London and Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in English and theatre.

John has appeared in leading and character roles on stages in Montreal, Quebec; Toronto, Ontario; Edmonton, Alberta; Regina, Saskatchewan; Fredericton, New Brunswick; as well as the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Off-Broadway, and the Walnut Street theatre in Philadelphia. He has appeared in several leading roles for the Manitoba Theatre Centre. As a director, he has staged both modern and classic plays across Canada and has produced and directed several short films. In 2002, his one-man show Tansey's Brag was acclaimed at the Toronto Fringe Festival and was subsequently taped for television and radio.

An accomplished screen actor, he has appeared in character roles in episodic television, movies of the week, international mini-series as well as in both major studio and independent feature films. In 2010, he appeared in The Kennedys, an eight-part series for the History Channel.

He is the director of the screen acting program at Humber College in Toronto, Ontario.


  • Seeing Things (1987)
  • Street Legal (1989) as Dolan
  • Sea of Love (1989) as Young Cop
  • Friday the 13th: The Series (1989) as Briggs
  • Divided Loyalties (1990)
  • Counterstrike as Kidnapper
  • Katts and Dog (1991)
  • Beyond Reality (1992)
  • E.N.G. (1992) as Ken Jones
  • Deadly Matrimony (1992) as Eddie Segura
  • By Way of the Stars (1992)
  • Matrix (1993) as Brent Metcalf
  • Searching for Bobby Fischer (1993) as Gym Parent
  • J.F.K.: Reckless Youth (1993) as Burnet
  • RoboCop: The Series (1994) as Col. Albert Brox
  • Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1994-1997) as Sgt. John Broderick
  • Forever Knight (1995) as Jake
  • TekWar (1995) as Ermano Lobo
  • Fight for Justice: The Nancy Conn Story (1995) as Shifflett
  • Never Talk to Strangers (1995) as Cop
  • Traders (1996) as Miro Surogin
  • Double Jeopardy (1996) as Detective Chase
  • Due South (1996) as Colonel Shank
  • Jack Reed: Death and Vengeance (1996) as Myers
  • Promise the Moon (1997) as Mr. Waverly
  • Dead Silence (1997) as Major Daniel Tremaine
  • When Secrets Kill (1997) as Chief Matthews
  • When Innocence Is Lost (1997) as Lyle Dunham
  • Murder at 1600 (1997) as Captain Farr
  • John Woo's Once a Thief (1997) as Mac's Father
  • Bad to the Bone (1997) as James Bacarelli
  • Wind at My Back (1997) as Skip Roper
  • Ms. Scrooge (1997) as Cratchit
  • Conquest (1998) as Morley
  • Valentine's Day (1998) as Keenan
  • Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1998) as Lang
  • The Mighty (1998) as Mr. Sacker
  • When He Didn't Come Home (1998) as Detective Mass
  • Seeds of Doubt (1998) as Amos Caldwell
  • Highlander: The Raven (1998) as Harmon Frost
  • My Father's Shadow: The Sam Sheppard Story (1998) as Dr. Robert Sheppard
  • Ice (1998) as Dr. Golding
  • Little Men (1998-1999) as Captain Hoffman
  • Nikita (1999) as Mischa
  • Judgment Day: The Ellie Nesler Story (1999) as Jack Grifiin
  • A Map of the World (1999) as Judge Patterson
  • Sealed with a Kiss (1999) as Cowboy Bob
  • Black and Blue (1999) as Commissioner
  • A Gift of Love: The Daniel Huffman Story (1999) as Barry Huffman
  • Earth: Final Conflict (1999) as Colonel Bramson
  • The City (1999) as Payne
  • Rescue Heroes (1999) as Warren Waters
  • Ginger Snaps as Henry
  • Deliberate Intent (2000) as Detective Gallon
  • Thin Air (2000)
  • Maximum Capacity (2001) as Glenn
  • Chasing Cain (2001) as Woody
  • A Glimpse of Hell (2001) as Adm. Johnson
  • And Never Let Her Go (2001) as David Stanton
  • Queer as Folk (2001) as Dr. Perkins
  • Largo Winch (2001) as John William Valance
  • The Pretender: Island of the Haunted (2001) as Bother Menencius
  • Chasing Chain: Face (2002)
  • Guilty Hearts (2002) as Rev. Joseph Masters
  • The Associates (2002) as Mr. Shoucaire
  • Interstate 60: Episodes of the Road (2002) as Dad
  • Scared Silent (2002) as Owen Bradley
  • Monk (2002) as Commissioner Harry Ashcombe
  • Witchblade (2002) as Brogan
  • Master Spy: The Robert Hanssen Story (2002) as Agent
  • The Interrogation of Michael Crowe (2002) as Detective Claaytor
  • Veritas: The Quest(2003) as Glen Fallon
  • Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story (2003) as Peter Powers
  • Playmakers (2003) as Stan Olczyk
  • Jericho Mansions as Detective Carp
  • Rescue Heroes: The Movie (2003) as Warren Waters
  • 1-800-Missing (2003) as Joe Mastriani
  • The Reagans (2003) as John Tower
  • The Prince and Me (2004) as Ben Morgan
  • A Different Loyalty (2004) as Paul Tyler
  • Puppets Who Kill (2004-2006) as Officer Hogsworth and Cop
  • The Man Who Lost Himself (2005) as J.J. Albrecht
  • Code Breakers (2005) as Major General Frederick A. Irving
  • Time Warp Trio (2006) as King Sitaram and Ashok
  • Love Thy Neighbor (2006) as Alan Rivers
  • The Shakespeare Comedy Show (2006) (Season 1, Episode 3; Segment "Interview with a Bear")
  • Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy (2006) as Dr. Frank
  • Wedding Wars (2006) as Senator Brighton
  • The Dark Room (2007) as William Russell
  • Split City (2007) as Male Cop
  • Burn Up (2008) as Robert Cooper
  • XIII: The Conspiracy (2008) as President Galbrain
  • Taking a Chance on Love (2009) as Older Ben Morrick
  • Unstable (2009) as Dan Walker
  • The Wild Girl (2010) as Tolbert Phillips
  • When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story (2010) as Dr. Clark Burnham
  • The 19th Wife (2010) as Brigham Young
  • Haven (2010) as Max Hansen
  • Breakout Kings (2011) as Director Knox
  • The Kennedys (2011) as Dr. Max Jacobson
  • Covert Affairs (2011) as Chet Laguardi
  • Flashpoint (2011) as Sgt. Blount
  • Secrets of Eden (2012) as Jim Halm
  • The Firm (2012) as Allard Hoyt
  • Murdoch Mysteries (2013) as Warden Browning
  • Copper (2013) as Major John Augustus Boiles
  • References

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