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Colm Feore has co-starred in such films as the Academy Award®-nominated Changeling, for director Clint Eastwood; the Academy Award®-winning Best Picture Chicago, which also won the 2003 SAG Award for ‘Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture’; The Chronicles Of Riddick, The Exorcism Of Emily Rose, Paycheck, The Sum Of All Fears, The Listener, Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould, which won the Genie Award for ‘Best Picture’ and earned him a nomination for his performance; The Insider and Titus. He also recently completed production on the upcoming Thor. On the Canadian big screen, he will next be seen in a Kevin Tierney-produced project entitled Serveuses Demandees and in Le Piege Americain (The American Trap), directed by Charles Binamé. Feore recently co-starred in the hit film Bon Cop Bad Cop, one of the highest-grossing Canadian films of all time.
On television, he currently stars in the CTV miniseries GUNS. His other television credits range from historical roles in Nuremburg, The Day Reagan Was Shot, And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself, EMPIRE and Trudeau, for which he won the 2002 Monte Carlo Television Festival Award for ‘Best Actor’ and the 2002 Gemini Award for ‘Best Actor in a Mini Series,’ to classic dramas, including Romeo and Juliet and The Taming Of The Shrew. Feore has also appeared in such hit television series as 24, Flashpoint, The West Wing, Boston Public and the Canadian miniseries Slings & Arrows II. Feore is the 2007 recipient of the NBC Universal Canada Award of Distinction at the Banff World Television Festival.
He first gained prominence as one of Canada’s premiere stage actors through 13 seasons with the prestigious Stratford Festival, playing virtually all of Shakespeare's leading men, from ‘Richard III’ and ‘Iago’ to ‘Romeo’ and ‘Hamlet.’ Feore was also recently on stage in New York as ‘Claudius’ in Hamlet and returned to Stratford for its 50th Anniversary season, playing ‘Professor Higgins’ in My Fair Lady. He recently had a triumphant return to Canada’s renowned Stratford Shakespeare Festival where he played two lead roles in Cyrano de Bergerac, directed by his wife Donna Feore; and MacBeth. In 2005, Feore received widespread critical acclaim for his portrayal of ‘Cassius’ in the Broadway performance of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, opposite Denzel Washington.
The power of his performance earned him the St. Clair Bayfield Award, denoting the best performance by an actor in a Shakespearean play in the New York metropolitan area. He was featured in the 2006 Stratford Festival starring in the title role Don Juan, in which he played both the English and the French performances of the play. Feore also appeared in Coriolanus and portrayed ‘Fagin’ in Oliver.