Matthew Currie Holmes

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Matthew Currie Holmes
Born Matthew Joseph Currie
(1974-05-26) May 26, 1974 (age 42)
North Bay, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actor, Screenwriter, Director, Producer
Years active 2000–present
Website http://www.matthewcurrieholmes.com

Matthew Currie Holmes (born May 26, 1974) is a Canadian actor, screenwriter, producer, and director who has appeared in over forty film and television projects.

Filmography[edit]

As an actor and producer[edit]

Currie Holmes has appeared in the Canadian television series Godiva's and Edgemont. His feature film credits include Jet Boy (2001), Dawn of the Dead (2004), The Fog (2005), Firewall (2006), and Wrong Turn 2: Dead End (2007). Currie Holmes produced and starred in the short film My Charlotte (2009),[1] which was chosen as an Official Cinéfondation Selection at the Cannes Film Festival.[2]

Currie Holmes won the Leo award for Best Supporting Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series in 2005,[3] and was again nominated for the award in 2006.[4]

As a writer and director[edit]

Currie Holmes has written and story edited dozens of projects for producers and directors in both Hollywood and Canada.[citation needed] Most recently, he co-wrote the action/horror film Demonology with X-men, X2, and Watchmen scribe David Hayter, which as of December 2011, is in development.[5]

Currie Holmes has recently joined forces with writer/director Tracy L. Morse to form The Blood Bros, a creative company dedicated to the art, honor and preservation of well-written American/Canadian horror. Together Matthew and Tracy have a slate of films in various stages of development. In 2012, they directed their first feature film, entitled P5Ych.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Currie Holmes currently resides in Burbank, California.[7]

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