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Greg Anderson (actor)

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Greg Anderson
Born (1961-04-05) April 5, 1961 (age 63)
EducationLee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute

Greg Anderson (born April 5, 1961) is a Canadian stage and screen actor.

Early life and education[edit]

Anderson was born on April 6, 1961,[1] in Newcastle (now Miramichi), and was raised in Chatham Head, New Brunswick.[1] He grew up and attended school in Duncan, British Columbia. Anderson studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.


Although an established stage actor, he is best known for his roles on television shows such as Stargate SG-1 (6 episodes), Stargate: The Ark of Truth, The 4400 (2 episodes), Tru Calling, and The X-Files. In 2006, he played Günter Guillaume in the Canadian premiere of Michael Frayn's play Democracy.[2][3]



Year Title Role Notes
2008 Stargate: The Ark of Truth Prior #1


Year Title Role Notes
1990 Super Force S.P.L.A.T. Member 2 episodes
1993 Cobra Limo Driver Episode: "Hostage Hearts"
1995 The X-Files Photographer Episode: "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose"
1996 Strange Luck Security Guard Episode: "Healing Hands"
1997, 1998 Dead Man's Gun Bartender / Niles Milgram 2 episodes
1998 Millennium Det. Munsch Episode: "The Pest House"
1998 Sleepwalkers Young Joel Episode: "Passed Imperfect"
1998 The Net Editor Episode: "Death of an Angel"
1999 The New Addams Family Halloran Episode: "The Undercover Man"
2000 The Outer Limits Dealer Episode: "The Gun"
2000 Seven Days FAA Supervisor Episode: "Deloris Demands"
2001–2003 Broken Saints Papa Tui 6 episodes
2001–2007 Stargate SG-1 Various roles
2003 Peacemakers Mr. Chastain Episode: "Bad Company"
2004 Traffic Shipping Agent 3 episodes
2004 Commander's Log Bastaard Television film
2004 The Dead Zone Senator Marshall Episode: "Total Awareness"
2004 Romeo! Mr. Frink 2 episodes
2005 Tru Calling Professor Seidel
2006 Meltdown: Days of Destruction Mick Television film
2006 Men in Trees Affable Man Episode: "Pilot"
2007 The 4400 Lloyd 2 episodes
2012 House of Lies Partner #2 Episode: "Business"


  1. ^ a b Greg Anderson's bio at www.northernstars.ca
  2. ^ "Vancouverplays: Vancouver's arts and culture website providing theatre reviews and commentary. Review of Democracy by Jerry Wasserman".
  3. ^ "'Wild, intelligent entertainment' promised" by Peter Birnie, The Vancouver Sun (8 Feb, 2007) [Final Edition] Retrieved from ProQuest 242136603

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