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John Boylan (Canadian actor)

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Nationality  Canadian
Role  Film actor
Name  John Boylan
Years active  1974-present
Occupation  Actor, drama teacher

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Education  National Theatre School of Canada
Movies and TV shows  Being Erica, Land of the Lost, Before You Say I Do, Harold & Kumar Go to White, To Catch a Killer
Similar People  Morgan Kelly, Jana Sinyor, Brad Silberling, Claude Fournier, Eric Till

John Boylan is a Canadian film and television actor, recently best known for his supporting roles as Gary Strange in Being Erica, Deputy Police Chief Talbot in Blue Murder and Bishop Richard Cushing in The Kennedys.


Early life

Boylan attended the National Theatre School of Canada.


He has also appeared in the television series The Hitchhiker, Road to Avonlea, Side Effects, North of 60, Earth: Final Conflict, The City, Instant Star, The Newsroom and Queer as Folk, and the films Clearcut, Us Two, To Catch a Killer, Time to Say Goodbye? and The Path to 9/11.

Other work

Boylan works primarily as an acting teacher at Toronto, Ontario's Centre for the Arts, and has also taught acting at Ryerson University, George Brown College, New York University, the University of Minnesota, the Yale School of Drama and York University.

He is the founder and Director of Toronto's Centre for the Arts. A graduate of Canada's National Theatre School, recent film and television credits include The Story of Luke, The Don Cherry Story, The Kennedys, and Servitude.


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