In addition to a busy, award-winning acting career, John is also a TV and film producer and one of Canada’s most sought after acting coaches. He is a lifetime member of the renowned Actors Studio in NYC/LA and is the Artistic Director and co- founder of Railtown Actors Studio in Vancouver.
John’s film credits include Disney’s Alive, David Fincher’s Seven and The Game, Sony’s A Dog’s Way Home, and the black comedy Break A Leg which he also co-wrote and produced (Best Actor at the Marco Island Film Festival). Some of John’s television credits include lead roles in the series Robson Arms (CTV), in which he won a Leo Award for Best Actor, and the critically acclaimed drama Intelligence (CBC) currently on Netflix, for which he received a Gemini Award nomination. John was a co-founder of 3rd Street Theatre in Los Angeles and performed in several of their productions including David Mamet’s Edmond, Sam Shepard’s Geography of a Horse Dreamer, and Harold Pinter’s One for the Road. In Canada, some of John’s theatre credits include, Rabbit Hole (Arts Club), God of Carnage (Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre) and Stephen Adley Guirgis’ The Motherf**ker with the Hat, (nominated for Best Lead Actor).
Recent projects include the upcoming Fox series NeXT, multiple award-winning sci-fi thriller Volition, APTN's much anticipated Tribal and the horror film True Fiction.
John also produced and starred in the critically acclaimed feature film Daughter which was developed through the Railtown Lab. Daughter opened the BC Spotlight Gala at the 2019 Vancouver International Film Festival and went on to be nominated for 7 Leo awards including Best Picture and Best Lead Actor for John. In 2020, John also won the UBCP/ACTRA Award for Best Lead Actor for his role in Daughter.
In 2018, John was awarded the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Achievement.
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