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Cameron Labine


Cameron Labine grew up in the suburbs of Toronto, where the discovery of his father`s camcorder led to early collaborations with his two brothers on such cultclassics as The Adventures of Chung, and Chung II: The Return of Biggie. Desperate to find an outlet for their hyper-active children, the parents signed the boys up with an acting agency and all three found some success as child actors. At 15, Cameron Labine was dragged kicking and screaming to Maple Ridge, BC, where he attended a self-directed high school and quickly selfdirected himself away from academics and into theatre and video production. He was a founding member of a surprisingly successful teen comedy troupe, director of his high-school drama productions and a regular face on television shows such as The Commish, Sliders and The X-Files. While completing a BA in Film Studies at the University of British Columbia, he produced two award-winning 16mm shorts: Armageddon at the Office, a farcical vision of Judgement Day, and My Roomate is Turning into a Monster, a dark comedy about what happens to roommates when one of them joins a satanic cult.Control Alt Delete was his first feature film.

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

No Child of Mine (TV-1993)
Spoils of War (TV-1994)
Little Women (1994)
Dangerous Indiscretion (1995)
Kitchen Party (1997)
Unwed Father (TV-1997)
Nightmare Street (TV-1998)

TV Series – Guest Appearances:
The Commish (1993)
The X Files (1994)
Sliders (1995)
Strange Luck (1995)
Cold Squad (1998)

Da Vinci’s Inquest (2002)

Credits as a Director:
Room (2001)
Chemistry (2004)

Control Alt Delete (2008)

January (2012, short)
Mountain Men (2014)

Control Alt Delete, movie, poster,