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Brendan Beiser

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B: April 17, 1970 in Boston, Massachusetts

Brendan Joseph Beiser’s father, a Canadian psychiatrist, was a professor at Harvard in the late ’60s and early ’70s. Six years after Brendan was born his family moved to France for a year and then returned home to Canada. Beiser studied theatre at Concordia University in Montréal. He is an active member of Vancouver’s stage community. The film, ¡Aardvark! actually began as a play, written and directed by Beiser and Trevor White. It had a nine night run at the Looking Glass Theatre in Vancouver. The film version, a comedic documentary about a born-again Christian and his fall into the underworld of the entertainment industry, made its debut in November of 1997 on Vancouver television, but went on its US premiere at the 1998 New York Underground Film Festival.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

iAardvark! (1997)
Excess Baggage (1997)
Dirty (1998)
Harvey (TV-1998)
Golf Punks (1998)
Sploosh (1998)
I’ll Be Home For Christmas (1998)
The Vigil (1999)
The Fear: Resurrection (1999)

Ice Angel (TV-2000)
G-Saviour (TV-2000)
Head Over Heels (2001)
Last Wedding (2001)
Kevin of the North (2001)
Wake-Up Call (voice, 2002)
The Adventures of Johnny the Argyle Sock (TV-2002)
Er (2003)
Savage Island (2003)
See Grace Fly (2003)
Heart of Whistler (2006)
The Sandlot 3 (VR-2007)
Something Beneath (TV-2007)
Mail Order Bride (TV-2008)
Trust (TV-2009)
Wolf Canyon (TV-2009)

Tooth Fairy (2010)
Goblin (TV-2010)
Last Chance Casting (TV-2011)
Donovan’s Echo (2011)
Locked in a Garage Band (2012)
The Last Round (2013, short)
Supercollider (2013)
Downsizing (2017)
Luba (2018)

TV Series – Cast:
Aardvark (1994-1995)
Skullduggery (2000)
Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action (voice, 2001)
The Hot Zone (2019, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
The X Files (1995, 1997)
Viper (1996)
Night Man (1998)
Dead Man’s Gun (1999)

The Outer Limits (2000)
The Immortal (2001)
Dark Angel (2001)
Andromeda (2002)
The Sausage Factory (2002)
The Dead Zone (2003)
Dead Like Me (2003)
Stargate: Atlantis (2005)
Psych (2006)
Stargate SG-1 (2006)
Reaper (2009)
Eureka (2009)

Fringe (2010)
Murdoch Mysteries (2011, 2012, 2017)
Degrassi: The Next Generation (2012)
Transporter: The Series (2012)
Suits (2014)
Reign (2015)
Orphan Black (2016)
Dark Matter (2016)
The Boys (2019)