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Tom Scholte

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Tom Scholte graduated with a BFA in acting from the University of British Columbia before moving to professional stages in both Vancouver and Toronto. He returned to UBC for a Master`s degree in directing and later formed “Theatreshop” where he produced, directed, and appeared in Judith Thompson’s The Crackwalker a role that brought his second Jessie nomination. He made his big screen debut in 1995 with the lead role in Bruce Sweeney’s indie hit, Live Bait, which earned him his first Best Actor nomination at the inaugural Leo Awards. He received his second nomination in 1999 for his role in Sweeney’s follow-up feature, Dirty. Sweeney turned to Scholte again to take the lead in 2001’s Last Wedding. In addition to his acting career Tom Scholte also taught acting for the stage and screen at UBC, Vancouver Film School, and the Lyric School of Acting.

Also see: Frida Betrani

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

Live Bait (1995)
Dead Ahead (TV-1996)
Drive, She Said (1997)
Dirty (1998)
Goldrush: A Real Life Alaskan Adventure (TV-1998)
No More Monkeys on the Bed (1998)
Snow Falling On Cedars (1999)
Babette’s Feet (1999)

What Else you Got? (2000)
Lunch With Charles (2000)
Last Wedding (2001)
For My Father (2002)
The Core (2003)
Moving Malcom (2003)
See Grace Fly (2003)
Jinnah: On Crime – White Knight, Black Widow (TV-2003)
The Thing Below (VR-2004)
Sea Ghost (2004)
Walking Tall (2004)
Lies Like Truth (2004)
Everyone (2004)
Marie Tyrell (2004)
The Hamster Cage (2005)
Hastings Street (2007)
Crime (2008)
Mothers & Daughters (2008)

Stupid Chainsaw Tricks (2010)
Fathers & Sons (2010)
Repeaters (2010)
Sisters & Brothers (2011)
The Dick Knost Show (2013)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1996)
The X Files (1996, 1997)
Dead Man’s Gun (1997)

Jeremiah (2003)
Cold Squad (2005)

Sisters & Brothers, movie, poster,