Don McKellar

Don McKellar began his career in theatre before moving into feature films. He co-wrote several acclaimed scripts, including: 'Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould', 'The Red Violin', 'Roadkill' and 'Highway 61'. He also worked on the screen adaptation of 'Blindness' from author José Saramago's novel.

In 1998, he completed his feature directorial debut, 'Last Night', which won the Prix de la Jeunesse at the Cannes Film Festival. He directed two other features: 'Childstar' and 'The Grand Seduction'.

Acting roles include: as Curtis in 'Twitch City', as Jack in 'Odd Job Jack', and as Darren Nicholls in 'Slings and Arrows'. McKellar has even covered the musical genre with his co-written play 'The Drowsy Chaperone' which won him a Tony Award, touring Toronto, London and New York.

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