Scott Bellis is a Vancouver based actor, director and theatre instructor. He has been working out of Vancouver since 1987. He was appointed as President of Canadian Actors' Equity Association in November 2017, having served as Councillor since 2012.
Bellis attended Studio 58 at Langara College in January 1985, graduating in 1987. He now teaches Scene Study and Acting Fundamentals at Studio 58, and is currently the lead instructor for the Arts Club's annual Actor's Intensive.
Bard on the Beach
Scott Bellis first joined Bard on the Beach for their inaugural season in 1990, as an actor and supporter. He is considered one of the original founding members and has been involved in over 40 productions with the company. He became an Artistic Associate of Bard in 2004.
Scott Bellis has been involced in over 130 productions across the country. Select companies include Bard on the Beach, Arts Club Theatre, Carousel Theater, Ruby Slippers, The Virtual Stage, Touchstone Theatre, Blackbird Theatre (Vancouver), Persephone Theatre (Saskatoon), Western Canada Theatre (Kamloops), Canadian Stage (Toronto), Vertigo (Calgary), and Manitoba Theatre Centre (Winnipeg).
|The Rivals||Lucius O'Trigger||Blackbird||2015|
|King Lear||Fool||Bard on the Beach / Theatre Calgary||2015|
|Midsummer Night's Dream||Bottom||Bard on the Beach||2006/2014|
|Avenue Q||Arts Club||2013/2015|
|Hamlet||Hamlet||Bard on the Beach||1995|
|Bat Boy: The Musical||Patrick Street||2010|
|Art of Murder||Jack||Vertigo||2009|
|Aprés Moi||Ruby Slippers||2015|
|Hotel Bethlehem||Ruby Slippers||2013|
|James and the Giant Peach||Carousel||2015|
|St. Joan||Arts Club||2014|
|Educating Rita||Arts Club||2014|
|God of Carnage||Persephone||2011|
|Tear the Curtain!||Electric Company||2010|
|Pride and Prejudice||Arts Club||2016|
|Good People||Arts Club||2016|
|As You Like It||Touchstone||Bard on the Beach||2005|
|Julius Caesar||Brutus||Bard on the Beach||2007|
|Taming of the Shrew||Petruchio||Bard on the Beach||2001|
|Henry V||Henry V||Bard on the Beach||2002|
|King John||King John||Bard on the Beach||2012|
|Merry Wives of Windsor||Master Ford/Dr. Caius (2004)||Bard on the Beach||1994/
|Macbeth||Duncan||Bard on the Beach||2018|
|Romeo and Juliet||Friar Lawrence||Bard on the Beach||2016|
|Comedy of Errors||Egeon||Bard on the Beach||2015|
|The Tempest||Alonso||Bard on the Beach||2014|
|Henry VI||Richard Duke of York||Bard on the Beach||2011|
|Richard III||Duke of Buckingham||Bard on the Beach||2011|
|All's Well that Ends Well||Parolles||Bard on the Beach||2009|
|Richard II||Northumberland||Bard on the Beach||2009|
|The Leisure Society||Ruby Slippers||2006|
|Cyrano de Bergerac||Arts Club||2008|
|Poster Boys||Arts Club||2008|
|The Optimists||Arts Club||2007|
|Two Gentlemen of Verona||Bard on the Beach||2017|
|The Comedy of Errors||Bard on the Beach||2015|
|Antony and Cleopatra||Bard on the Beach||2010|
|A Midsummer Night's Dream||Studio 58|
|Julius Caesar||Studio 58|
|Richard III||Studio 58|
|The Black Bonspiel of Wullie MacCrimmon||Persephone||2013|
|Twelfth Night||Carousel Theatre|
Bellis has participated in many television series including The Outer Limits, Smallville, and The Dead Zone, television movies and feature films such as Little Women, Timecop, and Antitrust. His role in The X-Files was that of the alien abductee Max Fenig in the episodes of "Fallen Angel," "Tempus Fugit," and "Max."
Scott Bellis has been nominated for 20 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards. He has received awards for his performances in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Bard, 2007), All's Well that Ends Well (Bard, 2010), Avenue Q (Arts Club 2014), Aprés Moi (Ruby Slippers, 2016).
- "Equity Governance". www.caea.com. Retrieved 2018-04-22.
- "Scott Bellis: Q & A - Vancouver Magazine". Vancouver Magazine. 2014-06-03. Retrieved 2018-04-22.
- http://www.artsclub.com, Arts Club Theatre Company,. "The Actor's Intensive – Arts Club Theatre Company". artsclub.com. Retrieved 2018-04-22.
- "Langara Studio 58: Learn more about us: Advisory Committee". langara.ca. Retrieved 2018-04-13.
- "Bard on the Beach celebrates 25 years". Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly. 2014-06-04. Retrieved 2018-04-22.
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