Donavon Stinson

Donavon Stinson

actor, additional crew, visual effects

Donavon Stinson was born on Aug 25, 1976 in Canada. Donavon Stinson's big-screen debut came with Barbie as Rapunzel directed by Owen Hurley in 2002. Donavon Stinson is known for The Unforgivable directed by Nora Fingscheidt, Sandra Bullock stars as Ruth Slater and Viola Davis as Liz Ingram. Donavon Stinson has got 2 awards and 5 nominations so far. The most recent award Donavon Stinson achieved is Leo Awards. The upcoming new movie Donavon Stinson plays is The Unforgivable which will be released on Dec 10, 2021.

Donavon Stinson has always had a knack for the comedic. Born into a family that were always telling jokes, playing pranks and just acting the fools, he basically had it "bred" into him. As a young student, Donavon was disrupting class with his outlandish and hilarious behavior. He soon discovered the excitement and freedom of drama class and under the tutelage of his drama teacher, he quickly knew what his calling was.The progression into TV and film came easily to Donavon. He landed his first audition for the FOX series DAark Angel. Donavon followed this with several film roles including the romantic comedy A Guy Thing, the blockbuster hits Fantastic Four, X-Files: I want To Believe and Warcraft. More recently Donavon starred in the zombie horror film Dead Shack, where he was nominated for a Leo award for Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film.Most notably, Donavon was a series regular for 4 seasons on the hit HBO Canada/Direct TV series Call Me Fitz, where he won a Leo award for his portrayal of the bearded slacker "Josh McTaggert". Other television credits include a series recurring role on CTV's Beaverton , a series recurring role on Lifetime's hit show Unreal. Donavon also has an extensive list of motion capture credits for film, tv and video games under his belt as well as Guest star roles that include Lucifer, Supernatural, and Get Shorty the series.

  • Birthday

    Aug 25, 1976
  • Place of Birth

    Rivers, Manitoba, Canada
  • Also known


Known For


2 wins & 5 nominations

Leo Awards
Best Performance in a Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series
Winner - Leo
Best Performance in an Animation Program or Series
Winner - Leo
Mighty Mighty Monsters in New Fears Eve (2013)

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows