Effective Canadian actor using a career span of more than 40 years who received the Earle Greyish Award in 1989 for his work in television. He was great at sports activities as a kid frequently playing in competitive football and he began his adult lifestyle their studies at London’s St. Peter’s Seminary to become priest. He was involved with politics when he went against Roy McMurty in the 1979 provincial election for Ontario. He provides five granddaughters: Sophie, Jacqueline, Madeleine, Amelie and Kathleen. He co-starred with Miranda Richardson in the film, Swann that he received a Genie Prize nomination in the very best Functionality by an Professional in a Helping Role category.