Dan Petronijevic

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Dan Petronijevic
Born (1981-03-28) March 28, 1981 (age 36)
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada.
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actor, Voice Actor
Years active 1994–present

Daniel (Dan) Petronijevic (/ˌpɛtrˈnv/, roughly: pet-troh-NEE-vitch;[1] born March 28, 1981) is a Serbian-Canadian actor, best known most recently for his role as the antagonistic Montreal Police Service Officer J.M. Broulliard in the English adaptation of the ensemble police drama 19-2.[2] For that role, he was nominated "Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series" in the Canadian Screen Awards in 2014.

Petronijevic also performed the role of Thad Guerwitcz in ESPN's 2003 sports drama Playmakers, as a closeted professional football player who is outed by his boyfriend.[3]

Movie and Television Work[edit]

Petronijevic's TV and movie roles have also included Brody in the series Todd and the Book of Pure Evil (series and movie), Ronald Stiviletto in Happy Town, and Bull in American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile and American Pie Presents: Beta House.

Petronijevic has the recurring minor role of McMurray in the Canadian sitcom Letterkenny, a series which was created by his fellow 19-2 actor Jared Keeso.

Voice Acting[edit]

Petronijevic is a prolific voice actor. He voices Geoff in Total Drama Island, Total Drama Action, and Total Drama World Tour, a role which he had to sing for, and even got an entire solo song in. He later reprised the role of Geoff in the spinoff series, Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race. He also voiced Adam Spitz on Braceface. He has also played several characters on the show Bakugan as Spectra, Julio Santana, and more recently, Jake Vallory; Tarantula Boy on Growing Up Creepie; Corey on 6teen; and GT on Turbo Dogs.

In addition, he also does Erik in Di-Gata Defenders. He is also the voice actor in Beyblade: Metal Fusion as Blader DJ, Dynamis and Dashan Wang, as well providing voice as narrator in Beyblade: Shogun Steel and BeyWarriors: BeyRaiderz.

He was also the announcer of Teletoon in 2007.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Artists On Demand: June 2, 2010, Dan Petronijevic (at 25m15s to 25m40s; at 02m08s to 02m30s)
  2. ^ 19-2: The Dark Side
  3. ^ "The Incredible Hunk: Daniel Petronijevic stars as a pro football player coming out of the closet on ESPN's Playmakers", Michael Rowe, The Advocate, 14 Oct 2003, p.74

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