Dan Chameroy

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Dan Chameroy
Born (1970-11-12) November 12, 1970 (age 47)
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
NationalityCanadian
OccupationActor
Years active1993-present

Dan Chameroy is a Canadian actor (Born in Edmonton, Alberta on November 12, 1970).

Personal life[edit]

Raised by French parents in Edmonton, Dan started his career competing in vocal competitions in Canada and America.

He is married to actress Christine Donato. They meet in 1991 in the production of Les Miserables. They have one daughter.

Career[edit]

He made his Toronto stage debut in 1991 as part of the Canadian cast of Les Miserables at The Royal Alexandra Theatre.

He is a Dora Award winner for his performance of Gaston in Disney's Beauty and the Beast at Princess of Wales Theatre

Part of the Pre Broadway cast of The Drowsy Chaperone at the Winter Garden Theatre (Toronto)

Has appear in seven Ross Petty Pantomimes as his comic creation Plumbum at the Elgin Theatre (Toronto).

Spent 12 seasons at The Stratford Festival playing a variety of roles.

Has been a member of Soulpepper and The Shaw Festival ensembles and has worked across Canada and the United States.

He appeared as Bobby in a production of Stephen Sondhiem's "Company" directed by Gary Griffin with a cast that included Brent Carver, Louise Pitre, Nia Vardalos and may other Canadian theatre luminaries.

He played Agatha Trunchbull in the Toronto and US National tour of Matilda the Musical and received a Toronto Theatre Critics Award.

Dan is currently in Stratford playing Dr. Frank-n-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show. It has been extended three times and completed it's run on December 2nd, making it the longest running show in Stratford Festival history.

Television and film[edit]

Dan appeared in two seasons of Little Men on PaxTV as Laurie Lawrence a philanthropist and husband to Amy March (Amy Price Francis) in the continuing stories of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women.

He has had several reoccurring roles on television most recently the CW's Reign as Lord Lionel Byrd.

Dan is busy with voice work. Credits include DNAce, Go Away Unicorn!, Paw Patrol, Ranger Rob, Oh No! it's an Alien Invasion, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: the series, Looped, Barbar: The Adventure of Badou, The Day my Butt Went Psycho, Hotel Transylvania: the series as deliciously bad Aunt Lydia & Dr. Gilman and Agent Fluffy in P.U.R.S.T Secret Agent Binky.

Nominations[edit]

Three time (Canadian Screen Award) Nominee for his performances in the animated series Hotel Transylvania and Oh No! It’s an Alien Invasion

Nominated for (Dora Awards) for his performances in Life After, Matilda, The Wild Party and Into the Woods.

Asides[edit]

He released a CD of Broadway show tunes entitles "me" in 2003 and can be heard in the cast recording of Tristan.

Upcoming[edit]

Dan will return to Stratford in 2019 as Dad in Billy Elliot the musical and the dentist in Little Shop of Horrors.

For Soulpepper Theatre Company: The Barber of Seville, Farther West.

Other Theatre: 12 seasons with Stratford, including Outside Looking In, Wanderlust, The Winter's Tale, A Funny Thing Happened..., Pentecost, Oklahoma, Palmer Park, Cymbeline, Camelot, The Arsonists (Canadian Stage Company); The Magic Fire, High Society (Shaw); The Drowsy Chaperone, Beauty and the Beast, Les Misérables (Mirvish). Nightwood, Theatre Aquarius, Citadel Theatre, Talk is Free, MTC, Theatre Calgary, and Neptune Theatre. Dan recently[when?] completed his 5th pantomime at The Elgin Theatre.[1] [2]

Other: Dora Award recipient and nominee, Stratford Conservatory, Founding Artist of Theatre 20.

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0150514/
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-04-02. Retrieved 2015-03-24.

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