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Rylan Wilkie
Stratford debut: White Knight in Alice Through the Looking-Glass, Karl Gustav in Christina, The Girl King and appears in King John. Elsewhere: Andy Fastow in Enron (Theatre Calgary); Collective Creator of Beyond the Farm Show, Michel in Having Hope at Home, Mascarpone in The Lonely Diner, Blair in Garrison’s Garage (Blyth Festival); Angel Gabriel/King Herod in The Story (Theatre Columbus); Jolly Goodday in Blue Planet (Young People’s Theatre); Banquo in Macbeth, Eilif in Mother Courage and Her Children, Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Caravan Farm Theatre); Nils Krogstad in A Doll’s House (Globe Theatre); Iago in Othello, Don John in Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare in the Park – Calgary); Rudi in East of Berlin, Jean in The December Man, Vincent van Gogh in Vincent in Brixton, Phileas Fogg in Around the World in 80 Days, Davy Jones/Ralph Cawdrey in Shakespeare’s Dog, Hal in Proof, Bill Sikes in Oliver Twist, Phil in The Shape of Things (Alberta Theatre Projects); Dr. Jekyll in Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (Vertigo Theatre); Emmett in The Dishwashers, Duncan in The Edible Woman (Prairie Theatre Exchange); Young Man in Three Tall Women (Manitoba Theatre Centre). Film/TV: See This Movie, Blue Smoke, Mayday, The Secret of the Nutcracker. Training: National Theatre School of Canada, University of Manitoba. Awards: Betty Mitchell Award for his portrayal of Vincent van Gogh in Vincent in Brixton. Betty Mitchell Award nominations for East of Berlin, Essay and Shakespeare’s Dog; Montreal English Critics Circle Award nomination for Bash: Latterday Plays; Dora Award nomination for Best Ensemble for The Story.

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