Clark, Ian D.
CLARK, Ian D.
(Ian Clark, Ian D. Clarke)
Born in Yorkshire, England.
Addresses: Agent—Nancy LeFeaver, LeFeaver Talent Management, Ltd., 2 College St., Suite 202, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1K3, Canada.
Career: Actor. Shaw Festival, Niagara–on–the–Lake, Ontario, Canada, member of company. Also known as Ian D. Clarke.
Awards, Honors: Several Gemini Award nominations and a Genie Award nomination, all from the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television.
Television Appearances; Series:
Simon Tremayne, Road to Avonlea (also known as Avonlea and Tales from Avonlea), CBC and The Disney Channel, c. 1990–1996.
Dr. Pierce, Little Men, PAX TV, 1998–1999.
Dominic Bernini, Paradise Falls, Showcase, 2001.
Terence Barnsworth, a recurring role, The Associates, CTV, 2001–2002.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Edward Critchley, The Arrow (also known as Projet arrow), CBC, 1997.
Dennis Weaire, The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer, NBC, 1999.
Dr. Hutton, The Reagans, Showtime, 2003.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Dr. Burns, Last Wish, ABC, 1992.
Barry, Treacherous Beauties, CBS, 1994.
Jerry Piper, Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave (also known as Heatwave), NBC, 1997.
Randi Kirby, Trial & Error, 1997.
Cab driver, Sealed with a Kiss (also known as First Comes Love and Longfellow Bridge), CBS, 1999.
Mr. Davies, The Wishing Tree, Showtime, 1999.
Russell Liggott–Jones, The Chippendales Murder, USA Network, 2000.
Leonard Pittman, Spinning out of Control, 2001.
Max's doctor, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Showtime, 2001.
Coroner's counsel, The Piano Man's Daughter (also known as La fille de l'homme au piano), CBC, 2003.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Josef, Bach's Fight for Freedom, HBO, 1995.
Compton Dawes, Goosebumps: Dare to Be Scared!, Fox, 1997.
Jules Perrot, Degas and the Dancer, HBO, 1999.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Tax collector, "Something's Rotten," The Campbells, CTV, c. 1988.
"Late for Dinner," Beyond Reality, USA Network, 1992.
Brendan Forbes, "Inside Crime," Robocop, syndicated, 1994.
Drayton, "About Last Night," The Mighty Jungle, The Family Channel, 1994.
Dr. Spense, "The Fix," Forever Knight, syndicated, 1995.
"Cruise Missiles," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1995.
"The Case of the Maestro's Ghost," The Adventures of Shirley Holmes, Detective (also known as The Adventures of Shirley Holmes), YTV, 1997.
Eric Bodkin, "Crusader in the Crypt," The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne, CBC, Sci–Fi Channel, and syndicated, 2000.
Nathan "Nate" Lipman, "The Front," Animorphs, Nickelodeon, 2000.
Priest, "My Blue Heaven," Twice in a Lifetime, PAX TV, 2000.
Warner Shank, "The Wild Blue Yonder," Wind at My Back, CBC, 2000.
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell," Doc, PAX TV, 2003.
Appeared in episodes of E.N.G., CTV and Lifetime; The Others, NBC; Street Legal, CBC; and Traders, Global Television.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Principal Ed Freeman, Cruel Intentions 2 (also known as Cruel Intentions 2: Manchester Prep), Fox, 2000.
First police officer, Murder by Phone (also known as Bells, The Calling, and Hell's Bells), 1980, New World, 1982.
First Australian, The Boy in Blue, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986.
David Gore, A Nest of Singing Birds, 1987.
Phillip Brennan, Thirty–Two Short Films about Glenn Gould (also known as Glenn Gould—32 lyhytelokuvaa, 32 curtas metragens sobre Glenn Gould, and Trente–deux films brefs sur Glenn Gould), Samuel Goldwyn, 1994.
Abernathy, The Michelle Apts. (also known as The Michelle Apartments), ARTO–pelli Motion Pictures, 1995.
Can I Get a Witness?, Canadian Film Centre, 1996.
Father Saint Michael (chaplain), Lilies—Les feluettes (also known as Lilies), Turbulent Arts, 1997.
(As Ian Clark) Rufus, That Old Feeling, Universal, 1997.
One for the Pot, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 1986.
Inspector Rough, Gaslight, Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 2001.
Billy Hickory Wood, One for the Pot, Neptune Theatre, 2002.
Peacey, The Voysey Inheritance, Walnut Street Theatre, 2003.
Blue/Orange, Centaur Theatre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2003.
Mr. Lord, The Philadelphia Story, Walnut Street Theatre, 2004.
Appeared in A Collection of British Rubbish; appeared at Canadian Stage.
Writings for the Stage:
Wrote A Collection of British Rubbish.
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