Ennis Esmer

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Ennis Esmer
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Born Enis Esmer
(1978-12-29) December 29, 1978 (age 37)
Ankara, Turkey
Occupation Actor, Writer
Years active 2003–present

Ennis Esmer (Turkish: Enis Esmer; born December 29, 1978) is a Canadian actor and comedian.

Esmer was born in Ankara, Turkey, before moving to Toronto, Canada at the age of three.[1] He first came to prominence as the host of Toronto 1's short-lived variety series The Toronto Show in 2003. More recently, he has had roles in television series such as The Listener, Wipeout Canada, Covert Affairs, Billable Hours, and The L.A. Complex, as well as films such as Young People Fucking.


Year Film Role Notes
2003 How to Deal Ronnie
2003 The Cheetah Girls Comedian TV Movie
2004 Welcome to Mooseport Airport Passenger
2004 Decoys Gibby
2004 All You Got Paul
2006 The Path to 9/11 Mohammed Salameh
2007 Young People Fucking Gord
2007 Your Beautiful Cul de Sac Home Phil Goodfellow
2007 Snowglobe Jamie DiBiasi TV Movie
2008 The Rocker Barney
2008 For the Love of Grace Frank Lockwood TV Movie
2009 Unstable Eric TV Movie
2013 Sex After Kids Ben


Year Film Role Notes
2003 Veritas: The Quest Egyptian Guard 1 Episode
2003 Queer as Folk Henry 1 Episode
2005 Tilt College Kid 1 Episode
2005 Kojak Stewart 1 Episode
2008 ReGenesis Dr. Daniel Peters 1 Episode
2008 Flashpoint Frank 1 Episode
2006–2008 Billable Hours Zoltan Recurring
2009–2014 The Listener Osman 'Oz' Bey Series Lead (62 episodes)
2010 Murdoch Mysteries Marcus Evans 1 Episode
2010 Covert Affairs CIA Polygrapher Recurring
2011 Wipeout Canada Himself Co-Host
2012 The L.A. Complex Eddie Demir
2013 Transporter: The Series André 1 Episode (12 Hours)
2013 Nikita Guler 1 Episode (High-Value Target)
2014 Republic of Doyle Peete Episode 5X7
2015 Red Oaks Nash Series regular
2015 Dark Matter Wexler Episode 1X10
2015 Blindspot Gord Enver / Rich Dotcom Episode 1X09


  1. ^ "The Listener : Cast : Ennis Esmer". CTV. 21 May 2014. Retrieved 1 November 2015. 

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