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Peter Stebbings, 2011
28 February 1971 |
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
|Occupation||Actor, film director, producer, screenwriter|
Peter Stebbings (born 28 February 1971) is a Canadian actor, director, producer, and screenwriter, perhaps best known for portraying Kevin Sharp in the drama series Madison, Paul Deeds in the series Traders, and for writing and directing Defendor. He portrayed Alvin Klein on the science fiction drama series The Listener.
Life and career
Stebbings started practicing his trade at the Vancouver Youth Theatre when he was just 12 years old. He worked at various odd jobs growing up, including bus boy and bike courier, before making the serious move to acting. At 22 he went to New York City to study at the Circle in the Square Theater School.
Following his time in New York, he returned to Canada and made his mark playing Kevin Sharp on the hit Canadian series Madison, a role that earned him two Gemini Award nominations as Best Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role. He also played Paul Deeds in the Canadian series Traders. He currently has a recurring role on the Canadian series Murdoch Mysteries as wealthy industrialist/inventor James Pendrick.
|1997||Drive, She Said||Detective Eddie|
|1999||Ruby Blue||Karl Blue|
|2000||No Alibi||Phil Valenz|
|On Their Knees||Sam Walker|
|2002||Blue Boy and Girl in Pink||Lothario|
|K-19: The Widowmaker||Kuryshev|
|2004||Re-Generation||Dr. Gabriel Goode|
|2007||Jack and Jill vs. the World||George||Also writer and associate producer|
|2008||Never Cry Werewolf||Jared|
|2009||Defendor||Doctor||Also writer and director;
Claude Jutra Award (Honourable Mention)
Nominated - Genie Award for Best Screenplay, Original
|2013||Empire of Dirt||Director|
|1989||Bordertown||Lamar Johnson||Episode: "Pretty Shadows"|
|The Beachcombers||Cassidy||Episode: "The Sechelt Queen"|
|1990||21 Jump Street||Bill Godwin||Episode: "Just Say No! High"|
|1990, 1992||Neon Rider||Unknown||Episodes:" Clay Pigeon"
|1992||Sexual Advances||Chris||TV movie|
|1993||Street Justice||Jeffrey||Episode: "Black or Blue"|
|Family of Strangers||Young Del||TV movie|
|Cobra||Kelso||Episode: "Hostage Hearts"|
|1993–1997||Madison||Kevin Sharpe||Main role;
Nominated - Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role (1997, 1998)
|1994||The X-Files||Marty||Episode: "Gender Bender"|
|1996||Kung Fu: The Legend Continues||Jimmy||Episode: "Blackout"|
|1998||Welcome to Paradox||Paul||Episode: "The Girl Who Was Plugged In"|
|The Outer Limits||Seth Todtman||Episode: "Final Exam"|
|1998–2000||Traders||Paul Deeds||Recurring role|
|1999–2000||The Hoop Life||Peter Marr||Main role|
|2000||On Hostile Ground||George Regan||TV movie|
|The Outer Limits||Luke||Episode: "Revival"|
|2001||Relic Hunter||Tsarlov||Episode: "Run Sydney Run"|
|Blue Murder||Kirk Mondragon||Episode: "Asylum"
Nominated - Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role in a Dramatic Series
|2002||Cold Squad||Blaire McDonald||Episode: "The Shed"|
|Stargate SG-1||Malek||Episode: "Allegiance"
|2002–2004||Jeremiah||Markus Alexander||Series regular|
|2003||Mutant X||Kristoff||Episode: "The Hand of God"|
|2004||The Eleventh Hour||Eco||Episode: "In Spite of All the Damage"|
|2007||Across the River to Motor City||Brett McNeal||6 episodes|
|2007–2008||Rabbit Fall||Harley McPherson||Series regular|
|2008||Would Be Kings||TV mini-series|
|2008||Flashpoint||Gerald Duglin||Episode: "Planets Aligned"|
|2009||G-Spot||Bill Wright||4 episodes|
|2009–2010||Cra$h & Burn||Lionel||7 episodes|
|2010–2013||Murdoch Mysteries||James Pendrick||7 episodes|
|2011–2013||The Listener||Alvin Klein||Series regular (season 2–present)
Director, episodes: "Rogues' Gallery"
"Love's a Bitch"
|2013||The Borgias||Cardinal Giovanni Battista de Luca||4 episodes|
|2014||Crossbones||James Balfour||9 episodes|
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