James Gilbert (actor)

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James Gilbert
Born (1982-01-15) January 15, 1982 (age 35)
Ingramport, Nova Scotia
Occupation Film, television and stage actor and director
Years active 2005-present

James Gilbert (born 1982) is a Canadian film, television, and stage actor.

James is best known for his role as William Brereton in the Showtime historical drama series, The Tudors. James has most recently starred in the remake of Moby Dick (2011), along with William Hurt, Ethan Hawke and Eddie Marsan and the suspense thriller The Corridor, which was filmed in Nova Scotia. He has also appeared in numerous television shows such as Nikita, Rookie Blue, Flashpoint, The Border, Degrassi: The Next Generation, and My Daughter's Secret. Other film credits include American Soldiers, Saw VI, and The Cry of the Owl with Julia Stiles and Paddy Considine. James is a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow, Scotland.

James was born and raised in Nova Scotia and went to King's-Edgehill School, he now splits his time between Toronto and Los Angeles.


Stage work[edit]

Stage directing[edit]

  • "Unconditional" by New York playwright Brett C. Leonard, November 12–29, 2008, Dancemakers Theatre, Toronto


Poel Prize, Represented RSAMD at Globe Theatre, London

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