Glen Gould

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Glen Gould
BornJune 6, 1972
Membertou, Nova Scotia
ResidenceToronto, Ontario

Glen Gould (born June 6, 1972) is an award-winning Aboriginal Canadian actor, director and producer of Mi'kmaq and Italian[1] descent.


Gould began performing professionally in Tomson Highway's theatrical troupe, Native Earth Performing Arts[2] (to which Billy Merasty had referred him),[3] and in Theatre New Brunswick;[4] however, his career went on hiatus in 1992 when his parents were killed in a car accident.[4]

Gould resumed performing in 1994,[4] and has subsequently appeared in many Canadian television programs, including Cashing In,[5] Blackstone,[6] North of 60 and Cardinal, and films, including File Under Miscellaneous, Rhymes for Young Ghouls[1] and North Mountain.

In 2011, Gould won the Outstanding Performance Award at the Atlantic Film Festival for his role in the film Charlie Zone.[3]


Gould's uncle was Donald Marshall Jr., whose wrongful conviction for murder occurred the day before Gould's birth: Gould's pregnant mother was so shocked by the verdict that she went into labor with him.[3] Gould's first acting role was a minor part in the 1989 film adaptation of Michael Harris's 1986 book Justice Denied, which explored the events leading to Marshall's conviction.[1]

Gould's grandfather was Donald Marshall Sr.[7]


  1. ^ a b c New CTV series features Membertou actor Glen Gould, by David Jala, in the Cape Breton Post; published January 17, 2017; retrieved March 4, 2017
  2. ^ Actor Glen Gould kicks off Aboriginal Film Festival, by Sandra Thayer, at; published November 20, 2013; retrieved March 4, 2017
  3. ^ a b c Native actor Glen Gould’s left hook has a distinguished pedigree, by Jane Taber, in the Globe and Mail; published February 28, 2013; retrieved March 4, 2017
  4. ^ a b c Charlie Zone role linked to life, by Andrea Nemetz; published February 28, 2013; retrieved March 4, 2017
  5. ^ "APTN casino drama holding a solid hand". Winnipeg Free Press, March 2, 2010.
  6. ^ Jennifer Podemski, Jessica Matten Board 'Blackstone' for Fourth Season, by Etan Vlessing, at the Hollywood Reporter; published April 1, 201, 2014
  7. ^ GLEN GOULD KEEPS IT REAL: PART TWO, by Jamaias DaCosta; in Muskrat Magazine; published January 14, 2015; retrieved March 4, 2017

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