Tom McCamus

Actor, Film actor

1955 –

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Who is Tom McCamus?

Tom McCamus is a Canadian film and theatre actor who is most widely known for his work on the science-fiction television show Mutant X.

McCamus was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, but was brought up in London, Ontario from the age of ten when his family moved across country. While attending London's Oakridge Secondary school, McCamus became intrigued with the theatre, and went on to attend the University of Windsor's school of dramatic art.

His film debut came in director Paul Donovan's quirky time-travel comedy Norman's Awesome Experience, otherwise known as A Switch in Time. In 1991 McCamus gained critical acclaim for his role as a mental patient in the historical drama Beautiful Dreamers.

McCamus' most noted film role is that of struggling actor Henry Adler in I Love a Man in Uniform, directed by David Wellington. As a result of the role, he won the Genie Award for Best Actor.

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Born
Jul 25, 1955
Winnipeg
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  • Canada
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  • University of Windsor
Lived in
  • Winnipeg

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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