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December 16, 1975 |
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Parents||Alan Scarfe and Sara Botsford|
|Relatives||Barbara March (stepmother)|
Jonathan Scarfe (born December 16, 1975) is a Canadian actor of film and television.
Early life and education
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Scarfe has over a dozen film credits and numerous credits in television productions.
He appears in a recurring role as Chase Carter, the drug-abusing cousin of John Carter, on the medical-drama series ER. His television guest appearances include the police procedural series NYPD Blue, CSI: Miami, Cold Case; and the drama series The L Word.
Scarfe portrays Sheldon Kennedy in the biographical drama television film The Sheldon Kennedy Story (1999), which follows the story of Kennedy – a former professional ice-hockey player with the Calgary Flames – who, after years of self blame and secrecy, spoke out against his former coach and mentor Graham James and the sexual abuse Kennedy endured.
He stars in the biographical drama television film Burn: The Robert Wraight Story (2003).