Brandon Firla

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Brandon Firla (born in Calgary, Alberta) is a Canadian actor and comedian, currently best known for his role as Clark Claxton on the television sitcom Billable Hours. In season 4 of Little Mosque on the Prairie in late September 2009 he began a role as the new Anglican priest in town, Reverend Thorne. He also plays Jonathan Sidwell, an investment banker, on the USA Network series Suits.

He was Captain of the Atheists team[1] on CBC Test the Nation: IQ broadcast live on January 24, 2010. When host Carole MacNeil asks, "Brandon you play a religious figure on TV and yet here you are, captain of the Atheists - how does that work?" he answers, "I'm not a fan of God but I'm a huge fan of irony."

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  1. ^ "CBC.ca - Canadian News Sports Entertainment Kids Docs Radio TV". cbc.ca. 5 February 2015. Retrieved 27 February 2015. 

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