R.H. Thomson

R.H. Thomson

actor, stunts, soundtrack

R.H. Thomson was born on Sep 24, 1947 in Canada. R.H. Thomson's big-screen debut came with L'homme en colère directed by Claude Pinoteau in 1979, strarring Borke. R.H. Thomson is known for Anne with an E directed by Paul Fox, Amybeth McNulty stars as Anne Shirley-Cuthbert and Geraldine James as Marilla Cuthbert. R.H. Thomson has got 4 awards and 10 nominations so far. The most recent award R.H. Thomson achieved is Canadian Screen Awards, CA. The upcoming new movie R.H. Thomson plays is Charlotte which will be released on Nov 09, 2022.

Thomson was born 1947 in Richmond Hill, Ontario. He studied at the University of Toronto, Ontario, the National Theatre School and in England. He is now one of the Canada's leading film, television and stage actors. R.H. Thomson has played lead roles in many of the country's major venues including Manitoba Theatre Centre (Death and the Maiden), Canadian Stage (Oleanna, Inexpressible Island), Theatre Passe Muraille (The Little Years), Tarragon Theatre (Daylight Saving), Toronto Free Theatre (Hamlet), Toronto Workshop Productions (The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs), Stratford Festival (Julius Caesar, Merry Wives of Windsor, Mary Stuart), Theatre New Brunswick (Waiting for Godot) and Bastion Theatre (Comedians). More recently he appeared in David Young's Clout at the National Arts Centre (January, 2001).Mr. Thomson has also directed at Neptune Theatre, Theatre Plus, for Bard on the Beach, Ship's Company (recently, autumn/summer 1999, David French's Salt-Water Moon) and Theatre in the Park. Also, his own play, The Lost Boys, (a solo in which he performs) was presented at Great Canadian Theatre Company in March, 2000 and at Canadian Stage in February, 2002.

  • Birthday

    Sep 24, 1947
  • Place of Birth

    Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada

Known For


4 wins & 10 nominations

Canadian Screen Awards, CA
Best Supporting Actor, Drama
Winner - Canadian Screen Award
ACTRA Awards
Winner - ACTRA Toronto Award of Excellence
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