Maurice Dean Wint

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Maurice Dean Wint
Maurice Dean Wint at the 2017 CFC Alumni at TIFF Reception (36827346660) (cropped).jpg
Wint in 2017
Born (1964-05-01) 1 May 1964 (age 54)
Leicestershire, England
ResidenceToronto, Ontario, Canada
Other namesMaurice Wint
Alma materYork University
Years active1987 – present
Spouse(s)Colette Stevenson (?-?)

Maurice Dean Wint (born 1 May 1964) is a British-born Canadian actor who has starred in several films and television shows.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Wint was born in Leicestershire, England, and moved to Canada in 1967 with his family. He began to act in Toronto on stage. He graduated from York University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama.

One of his most famous roles is Quentin in the cult favorite science fiction horror film Cube.[2] His other notable roles were in Hedwig and the Angry Inch,[3] RoboCop: Prime Directives, Psi Factor and the TekWar films and television series.

His theatre credits include Courageous, for which he won a Dora Award, The Real McCoy, Where is Kabuki, Serpent Kills and Titus Andronicus, for which he earned a Dora Award nomination.

He was married to the actor Colette Stevenson.


  • The Reckoning (1991) as Curtz
  • The Swordsman (1992) as Swordplay Fencer
  • Trial & Error (1993) as Mike Everett
  • Spenser: Pale Kings and Princes (1994) as Esteva
  • TekWar (1994) as Lt. Winger
  • Rude (1995) as General
  • Curtis's Charm (1995) as Curtis
  • Cube (1997) as Quentin
  • The Sweetest Gift (1998) as Booker
  • The Best Girl (2000) as Father
  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001) as Sgt. Luther Robinson
  • The Little Bear Movie (2001) as Cub's Father (voice)
  • On Their Knees (2001) as Gimp Bartender
  • Jane Doe (2001) as Niles Armstrong
  • Evelyn: The Cutest Evil Dead Girl (2002) as Narrator
  • Nothing (2003) as Narrator
  • It All Happens Incredibly Fast (2003) as The Stranger
  • Burnt Toast (2005) as Prosecution
  • The Circuit (2008) as Andy "Crash" Davis
  • Tangled (2010 TV movie) as Paulo
  • My Daughter Must Live (2014) as Wagner


Video games[edit]


  1. ^ "Maurice Dean Wint". The New York Times.
  2. ^ Gates, Anita (11 September 1998). "Cube (1997) FILM REVIEW; No Maps, Compasses Or Faith". The New York Times.
  3. ^ Holden, Stephen (20 July 2001). "Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001) FILM REVIEW; Betwixt, Between On a Glam Frontier". The New York Times.

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