Houde at The Kennedys premiere at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California, March 2011
Serge Houde (born February 16, 1953) is a Canadian film and television character actor.
GQ's Tom Carson said Houde’s performance was "a terrific Sam Giancana (Serge Houde, and where has this formidable actor been all of Martin Scorsese's life?). It will probably set off Camelot guardians' alarm bells to hear that Giancana, the Chicago Mob boss, appears at all—and tête-à-tête with papa Joe, who's committing hubris's fatal error by negotiating with him."
Houde began acting at age 35, and he has over 160 film and TV productions to his credit.
Besides his role as Sam Giancana in The Kennedys, Houde also appeared in the Seth Rogen-starring feature, 50/50, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2011. In it, he played Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character's father and Anjelica Huston's character's husband; his character suffered from Alzheimer's. He also starred as The Doctor in Episode 9 of Mortal Kombat: Legacy, Kevin Tancharoen's web series anthology inspired by the popular video game of the same name.
In 2014, Houde received a Leo Award nomination for Best Guest Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series for his role as drug kingpin David Thorpe on CTV's undercover cop series Played.
|1994||Highway of Heartache||Clive Turnpike||Gregory Wild|
|1994||Windigo||Major Binette||Feature film||Robert Morin|
|2001–2003||Largo Winch||John Sullivan||TV Series||Various|
|2002-2009||Smallville||John Frankle/Priest||TV Series||Various|
|2008||The American Trap (Le piège américain)||Feature film||Charles Binamé|
|2011||The Kennedys||Sam Giancana||TV Miniseries||Jon Cassar|
|2011||Mortal Kombat: Legacy||The Doctor: Episode 9||Web Series||Kevin Tancharoen|
|2011||Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (film)||Mr. Salz||Film||David Bowers (director)|
|2011||50/50||Richard (Adam's father)||Feature Film||Jonathan Levine|
|2013||Played||Drug Kingpin David Thorpe||CTV TV Series||Adrienne Mitchell|
|2013||Dragons 3D||Dr. Vulnet Grazinar||IMAX||Marc Fafard|
|2015–present||iZombie||Donald Thorne||3 episodes||Jason Bloom / Michael Fields|
|2015||19-2||Leon the Tourette's Guy||Louis Choquette|
|2015||When Calls the Heart||Judge Roy Parker||Hallmark Channel TV Series||Neill Fearnley|
|2015||Santa Hunters||Principal Welsh||Nickelodeon TV movie||Savage Steve Holland|
|2016||Nine Lives||Board Member Stein||Feature Film||Barry Sonnenfeld|
|2016||On the Farm||Vancouver Mayor||CBC TV Movie||Rachel Talalay|
|2016||Chesapeake Shores||Del Granger||Hallmark Channel TV Series; recurring role||Martin Wood / Anne Wheeler|
|2016||Boundaries (Pays)||Deputy Minister Dustin Torpe||Feature film||Chloé Robichaud|
|2016||The Wedding March||Johnny||Hallmark Channel TV Movie||Neill Fearnley|
|2017-||Somewhere Between||Richard Ruskin||ABC Drama TV Series|
|2017||A Series of Unfortunate Events||Milt||1 episode||Alan Arkush|
|2018||Trial & Error||Milton the Houseboy||TV Series; recurring, season 2|
- Carson, Tom (March 31, 2011). "Dead Kennedys". GQ. USA.
- "Canadians in Camelot: A breakdown of the Canuck talent in 'The Kennedys'". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 2011-04-08.
- "The many faces of Serge Houde: Leo nominee was a wildlife photographer and ad exec before leaping into acting". WESTENDER. Retrieved 2016-07-18.
- "50/50 actor brings disorder to 19-2". The TV Junkies. Retrieved 2016-07-18.
- "Another Houde nabbed by 19-2 cops in Montreal". BRIOUX.TV. Retrieved 2016-07-18.