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|Died||June 2, 2006 (aged 63)|
Stratford, Ontario, Canada
Leon Pownall (April 26, 1943 – June 2, 2006) was a Welsh Canadian actor and director.
He was born in Wrexham, Wales and came to Hamilton, Ontario with his family in 1957. He performed at the Stratford Festival during the 1960s and returned several times to the festival over the years to perform, the last time in 2002 as a director.
His film credits include Dead Poets Society (1989), in which he prominently shared the screen with Robin Williams, as well as the title role in Handel's Last Chance (1996) and a supporting role in the Golden Globe-winning Dirty Pictures (2000). Pownall was nominated for a Gemini Award for the role of Dr. Ewan Cameron in the 1998 Canadian television mini-series The Sleep Room. He also appeared in television series such as The Beachcombers, Street Legal, Wiseguy, and Slings & Arrows.
|1968||A Great Big Thing||Ray|
|1970||Twelve and a Half Cents||Father|
|1989||Dead Poets Society||McAllister|
|1989||Termini Station||Charles Marshall|
|1989||Bye Bye Blues||Bernie Blitzer|
|1990||Angel Square||Blue Cheeks|
|1997||Dinner at Fred's||George Billings|
|1998||The Sleep Room||Dr. Ewen Cameron|
|1998||Sleeping Dogs Lie||Inspector Mitchell|
|2005||Bailey's Billion$||Judge Cornelius Strawacher|
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