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Kett Turton

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Occupation  Actor
Years active  1997–present

Name  Kett Turton
Role  Film actor
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Full Name  Birkett Kealy Turton
Born  April 4, 1982 (age 33) (1982-04-04) Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Movies and TV shows  Gypsy 83, Kingdom Hospital, Firewall, Cinemanovels, Show Me
Similar People  Todd Stephens, Terry Miles, Norma Bailey, Brian Dannelly, Richard Loncraine

Kett turton

Birkett Kealy "Kett" Turton (born April 4, 1982) is an American-born Canadian film and television actor who has had a starring role in the television series Dead Last.


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Turton was born in Portland, Oregon, United States, and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He started acting in local theater performances when he was 4 years old. At the age of 15, he played the role of Darrin in the Canadian movie Rollercoaster, for which he was nominated for Canada's prestigious Leo Award.

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Since then, Turton has had various roles in both television and film. Most notable are his major roles in television series Dead Last, television mini-series Kingdom Hospital and film Gypsy 83. In Gypsy 83 he played the role of Clive, a gay, goth teen coming of age, alongside Sara Rue. This role earned him the Best Actor Award at Outfest, an LGBT film festival. From 2006–2009 he completed a BA in Acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).

Video games

  • Spider-Man (2000) – Bank Thug Pilot (voice, in cut scene, uncredited)
  • Theatre

  • 2009 – Molière, or The League of Hypocrites (Finborough Theatre)
  • Awards

  • Nominated for Canadian Leo - Best Actor (Rollercoaster)
  • Won Copper Wing Award (at the Phoenix Film Festival) - Best Ensemble (Rollercoaster)
  • Won Grand Jury Award (at OUTfest) - Best Actor Award (Gypsy 83)
  • References

    Kett Turton Wikipedia