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Karl Pruner is a Canadian actor whose most notable work is in portraying Canadian Prime Minister John Turner in the 2002 mini-series Trudeau. He did not play Turner in the sequel Trudeau II: Maverick in the Making but did portray poet Frank Scott. Amongst his other work, he did voice acting as Beta Ray Bill in the short-lived animated series Silver Surfer. In 2003 he appeared in Burn: The Robert Wraight Story. In 1999 Pruner played detective Ian Farve, a leading role in the television series Total Recall: 2070.
In 2005, Pruner was elected president of the Toronto chapter of the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists.
- 2004 Canadian Comedy Award - Expecting - Nominated (shared with Valerie Buhagiar, Deborah Day, Angela Gei, Karen Hill, Derwin Jordan, Debra McGrath, Tom Melissis, Colin Mochrie, Barbara Radecki, Cindy Stone) - Nominated
- 1990 Gemini Award for Best Performance by a Supporting Actor - E.N.G. - Nominated
- Karl Pruner at the Internet Movie Database
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- Karl Pruner; ETM LTD Resume
- ACTRA Toronto Elects Pruner; BackStage, January 20, 2005
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