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University of Toronto
| Robert Holmes Thomson|
September 24, 1947 (age 68) (1947-09-24) Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
Juno Award for Children's Album of the Year
Chloe, Road to Avonlea, Bone Daddy, Population 436, The Quarrel
Eric Till, Atom Egoyan, Allan Eastman, Francis Mankiewicz, Stuart Gillard
Robert Holmes "R. H." Thomson, (born September 24, 1947) is a Canadian television, film and stage actor.
Thomson was born in Richmond Hill, Ontario. He studied at the University of Toronto, and the National Theatre School. His own play The Lost Boys was staged at the Great Canadian Theatre Company in March 2000 and at Canadian Stage in February 2002. He has also hosted programming for CBC Radio and CBC Television.
In 2010, he was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada. In May 2015 Thomson received a Governor General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement. Eric Peterson performed in his honour at the gala celebrating the laureates at the National Arts Centre.
Thomson has portrayed a number of historical figures including Samuel Lount, Edsel Ford, Dr. Frederick Banting, Duncan Campbell Scott, Mitchell Sharp, and James Cross.
Thompson is married with two sons; Macintosh and Andrew.
2015: Governor General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement (Theatre)
1989 : Gemini Award, for Glory Enough for All
1983 : Gemini Award, for If You Could See What I Hear
2008 : Gemini Award, for The Englishman's Boy
1994 : Gemini Award, for Road to Avonlea
1993 : Genie Award, for The Lotus Eaters
1988 : Gemini Award, for And Then You Die
1987 : Gemini Award, for Screen Two
1987 : Gemini Award, for Ford: The Man and the Machine
1986 : Gemini Award, for Canada's Sweetheart: The Saga of Hal C. Banks
1986 : Genie Award, for Samuel Lount
1982 : Genie Award, for Ticket to Heaven
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