Dan Chameroy is one of Canada’s most exciting and versatile actors.
Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Dan is currently appearing in Covid19: The Pandemic (at home).
Prior to social distancing and self-isolation he could be seen on stages and screens across North America. His Toronto stage debut came in the 1991 production of “Les Miserables” at The Royal Alexandra Theatre. He’s also performed for 13 seasons with the Stratford Festival.
Chameroy is nominated for a 2020 Canadian Screen Award in the category Best Lead Performance, TV Movie for his role as Plumbum in “A Christmas Carol: The Family Musical with a Scrooge Loose!” which is the filmed version of Ross Petty’s annual holiday musical in Toronto.
Chameroy’s portrayal of Miss Trunchbull, in the North American Tour of “Matilda the Musical,” received glowing reviews including this line from Robert Cushman in the National Post: “Chameroy’s triumph is to be chilling but delicate.” In the Orlando Sentinel Matthew J. Palm wrote that Chameroy delivered “a mesmerizing performance and the highlight of the show.”
Chameroy performed in the 2014 production of Stephen Sondhiem’s “Company” directed by Gary Griffin with a cast that included Brent Carver, Louise Pitre, Nia Vardalos and may other Canadian theatre luminaries.
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