Janet Kidder

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Janet Kidder
Born Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada

Janet Kidder (born 1972) is a Canadian actress.

Janet Kidder is the niece of actress Margot Kidder, who played Lois Lane in the late '70s and '80s Superman films. They both appeared in Walk on By, an episode of La Femme Nikita, as the younger and older Roberta, Nikita's mother. Janet's participation was in brief flashback sequences.


Janet Kidder played the recurring character of Ann Sadler, mother of SadTech's Founder Alec Sadler in the TV Series Continuum (2012-2015). Kidder recurs on the CW series, Arrow, as the evil Ruvé Adams.

Year Film Role Other notes
2013 Words and Pictures Sabine Film
2012 Beat Down Roxy
Continuum Ann Sadler TV series
2011 Knockout Christine Miller Film
The Legend of Dick and Dom Vorderman Television sitcom
Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story Anne Rowling Lifetime film
2010 Supernatural Mandy Duren TV series
2007 Superstorm TV Interviewer TV series
2005 Doctors Francesca Rodriguez TV series
2004 Casualty Pippa Parker TV series
Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed Alice Severson Film
2003 Darkness Falling Megan/Jane Wright Film
The Girl Next Door Deputy Colleen TV film
Defending Our Kids: The Julie Posey Story Cassandra Harris TV film
2002 - 2004 Tom Stone Cpl. Marina De Luzio TV series
2001 Dead Awake Kimberly 'Kick' Birmingham Film
Century Hotel Beth Film
The Big Heist Maria TV film
A Mother's Fight for Justice TV film
XChange Alison De Waay Film
2000 Blessed Stranger: After Flight 111 Cheryl Barkhouse TV film
Strong Medicine Pilot TV series
Too Much Sex Amber Film
1999 Sea People Ms. Busby, Swim Teacher TV film
Earth: Final Conflict Julia Cook TV series
Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal Christine Ambrose TV series
1998 la femme nikita Vizcano / Young Roberta TV series
Bride of Chucky Diane Film
Made in Canada Lisa Sutton TV series
Thanks of a Grateful Nation Rosca TV film
A Cool, Dry Place Carol Holman Film
Bad to the Bone Phoebe TV film
1997 Men with Guns Crystal Film
The Absolute Truth Co-Ed TV film

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