Clé Bennett

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A Toronto native, Clé Bennett is a television, film and theatre actor, artist, writer and producer. Mr. Bennett has the distinction of being one of only three performers in history, to have won two Gemini Awards in the same year for Guns (miniseries) and HBO’s The Line (TV series). Cle Bennett who had a supporting role in Barney’s Version alongside Dustin Hoffman and Paul Giamatti. Cle Bennett was cast as Theodore on Sensitive Skin (Canadian TV series) alongside Kim Catrell and Don McKellar in 2014 and as Harris Prime on NBC's Heroes Reborn (miniseries) in 2015. Cle Bennett's reputation as a serious performer extends beyond TV, film, music and theatre. The versatile actor is well known for his voice-over work, (Coca-Cola, Ford, Wrigley's) and animated programs, (the Total Drama franchise, and Skatoony for Teletoon, and CBC's Razzberry Jazzberry Jam). Clé also showcases his dynamic vocal range, and musicianship, as he performs a self composed song, "A Song About Love (You'll Know)" in episode 406 on Flashpoint (Now available on iTunes and Amazon) "[1]", a role for which he received an ACTRA Awards nomination for outstanding male performance. Cle Bennett secured major roles on Shattered (2010 TV series)]] and the hit Showcase series Lost Girl as "The Ash". He has been featured on CBC's Republic of Doyle and A&E's Breakout Kings.



Year Title Role Notes
1998 Shudder Blaine Short film
1998 Urban Legend Dorky Guy
2000 Bait Convict
2001 Harvard Man Hal
2001 Treed Murray Shark
2002 Steal Otis AKA, Riders
2007 How She Move Garvey
2008 Animal 2 Twist
2010 Barney's Version Cedric
2011 Stag Gus - First AD
2012 Liberty City - The American Dream Dee Pre-production
2014 Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B R. Kelly Biopic


Year Title Role Notes
1998 Mr. Music Larry McGuire TV movie
1998 Naked City: A Killer Christmas Second Man TV movie
1999 Nightworld: Survivor Malcolm Jones TV movie
1999 Hoop Life, TheThe Hoop Life Damon Brown
1999 Twice in a Lifetime Charlie Winters, Jr. Episode: "The Blame Game"
2000 La Femme Nikita Trent Hammett Episode: "Time to Be Heroes"
2000 Famous Jett Jackson, TheThe Famous Jett Jackson Dylan Cain Episode: "Hello, Goodbye"
2000 Who Killed Atlanta's Children? Wayne Williams TV movie
2000 Hendrix Billy Cox TV movie
2000 Code Name: Eternity Tommy Episodes: "Never Go Home" & "Laura's Story"
2000 Livin' for Love: The Natalie Cole Story Abdullah TV movie
2001 Soul Food Chris Episode: "Come Back for the Comeback"
2002 Soul Food Chris Episode: "In Transition"
2002–2003 Odyssey 5 Dr. Leshawn 4 episodes
2003 Street Time Doug Moses Episode: "Even"
2006 This Is Wonderland Episode: "3.7"
2006 Doomstown Money TV movie
2007 Best Years, TheThe Best Years Billy Marshall Episodes: "Five Easy Pieces" & "Mommie Dearest"
2007–present Total Drama Chef Hatchet, DJ, DJ's Mother, Beardo, Leonard (voice) Whole series
2008 Da Kink in My Hair Kyro Episode: "Speaky Spokey"
2008 Instant Star Thurman 9 episodes
2008–2009 Line, TheThe Line Carlos 15 episodes
2008–2011 Razzberry Jazzberry Jam Louis the Trumpet (voice) 7 episodes
2009 Soul Russell Alexander 3 episodes
2009 Guns Conrad TV miniseries
2009 Cra$h & Burn Marcus Episode: "Freedom"
2009 Dating Guy, TheThe Dating Guy Black Employee (voice) Episode: "Really Bad Lieutenant"
2009 Flashpoint Shane Thomas Episode: "Exit Wounds"
2010 Dating Guy, TheThe Dating Guy Jive Talking Pigeon (voice) Episode: "24ish"
2010 Night Before the Night Before Christmas, TheThe Night Before the Night Before Christmas Lonnie TV movie
2010 Lost Girl The Ash 5 episodes
2010–2011 Shattered Det. John Holland 13 episodes
2011 Republic of Doyle Stan Bittman Episode: "A Stand Up Guy"
2011 Listener, TheThe Listener Peter Charlebois Episode: "Crime Seen"
2011 My Babysitter's a Vampire Coach Ed Episode: "Friday Night Frights"
2011 Breakout Kings Stucky Episode: "There Are Rules"
2011 Deus Ex: Human Revolution Additional Voices Video game
2011 Flashpoint Rafik 'Raf' Rousseau 13 episodes
2011-2013 Skatoony Chef Hatchet
2012 BeyWheelz Gigante
2013 Rookie Blue Wesley Cole Episode: "You Can See the Stars"
2013 Cracked Billy Rosseau Episode: "Rocket Man"
2013 Arrow Xavier Reed "The Mayor" Episode: "Crucible"
2013–present Mother Up! 2Bit
2014 Beauty and the Beast Xavier Wright 2 episodes
2015 Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race Leonard (voice) 2 episodes


  • Gemini Awards 2010: Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series for: Guns (TV mini-series) (2008).[2]
  • Gemini Awards 2010: Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series for: The Line (2008, Episodes 203 and 206) (series).[3]


  1. ^ A Song About Love (You'll Know)
  2. ^ "Winners at the 25th Gemini Awards". The Cultural Post. 2010-11-14. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  3. ^ "Winners at the 25th Gemini Awards". The Cultural Post. 2010-11-14. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 

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