Peter Blais

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Peter Blais
Born 1949
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Peter Blais (born 1949) is a Canadian actor. He has won a Golden Sheaf Award for "Best Performance - Male" in The Wager, and in 1999 he was nominated for a Gemini Award for "Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series" for his work in PSI Factor.

Born in Ottawa, Canada, Blais attended Carleton University and joined the campus drama society, where he met Dan Aykroyd. They performed together in several amateur productions during the 1960s.

As a stage actor, he is best known for his frequent roles in the plays of George F. Walker, including the role of Viktor in the original production and a 1994 revival of Nothing Sacred and the role of Pete Maxwell in the original production of Love and Anger.

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