Michael Boisvert

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Michael Boisvert
Timmins, Ontario, Canada

Michael "Monkey" Boisvert (born 1973) is a Canadian actor and choreographer.

Boisvert studied business at college, but left to become a model. He later turned to acting, moving to New York City and then California to pursue work opportunities. He is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.

Boisvert has appeared in film and television and is most notable for his lead roles in Celeste in the City, Deadly Skies and the television series Young Blades.

Personal life[edit]

He has been married to Jennifer Kuipers since 19 May 2005 and he has a daughter.


Year Film Role Other notes
1995 Street Law Cop #1 (uncredited)
1998 Mistress of Seduction Paul
1999 If on a Winter's Night The Killer (Short)
2001 Exit Wounds SWAT Team Member
Get Over It Dancer
Driven (2001 film)|Driven Japan Reporter #1
2012 Hail Satan Jason (Short)
2014 Corner Gas: The Movie Survivan Ivan
2015 Pixels Secret Service Man
2017 Undercover Grandpa Mechanic (uncredited)
Jigsaw Lee James
2018 eHero Tyler Conway's Father
2019 Life in a Year Bouncer (completed)
Year Television series Role Other notes
2001 Brian's Song Jack Concannon (TV Movie)
Prince Charming Thisbe (TV Movie)
Singles Court Edgar TV Series, 1 episode
2003 Tarzan Detective Tom Bridgham TV Series, 1 episode
2004 Queer as Folk Outside Bar Guy TV Series, 1 episode
Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye Limo Driver TV Series, 1 episode
Celeste in the City Mitch Tanzer TV Movie on ABC Family
2005 Stargate: Atlantis Bridge Lieutenant TV Series, 1 episode
Young Blades King Charles II TV Series, 1 episode
This Is Wonderland Mark Evans TV Series, 1 episode
2006 Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of 'Diff'rent Strokes' Beverly Hills Cop (TV Movie)[1]
Deadly Skies Lt. Mark Lewis (TV Movie)
12 Hours to Live Agent Mark Phillips (TV Movie)
Disaster Zone: Volcano in New York Ace (TV Movie)
Killer Instinct Sam TV Series, 1 episode
2007 Rent-a-Goalie White Gloves TV Series, 1 episode
2010 Murdoch Mysteries Count Leoline TV Series, 1 episode
2011 XIII: The Series CIA Agent TV Series, 1 episode
2012 Flashpoint Ruscitti TV Series, 1 episode
The Firm D.C Jail Guard TV Series, 1 episode
The Wife He Met Online Geoffrey Westlin (TV Movie)[2]
2013 The Listener Nick Markussen TV Series, 1 episode
2014 Hemlock Grove Guard #1 TV Series, 1 episode
2015 Between Special Ops / Special Forces Guy TV Series, 2 episodes
2016 Suits Guard TV Series, 2 episode
12 Monkeys Officer / Security Guard TV Series, 2 episodes
Degrassi: Next Class Coach TV Series, 1 episode
Bitten Henchman Chase 1 TV Series, 2 episodes
2017 Star Trek: Discovery Kovil TV Series, 1 episode
The Beaverton Officer #2 TV Series, 1 episode
Salvation Secret Service TV Series, 1 episode
Played Cop TV Series, 1 episode
Dark Matter Ferrous Officer TV Series, 1 episode
Private Eyes Security Guard TV Series, 1 episode
The Kennedys: Decline and Fall Detective George Killen TV Mini-Series, 1 episode
Mary Kills People Cop TV Series, 1 episode
2018 Impulse Colonel Crosby TV Series, 1 episode, uncredited


  1. ^ Alvin H. Marill Movies Made for Television: 2005-2009, p. 8, at Google Books
  2. ^ Wells, Trevor. "Lifetime Review: 'The Wife He Met Online'". geeks.media. Retrieved 27 March 2019.

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