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) "", 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.