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Booth Savage (born May 21, 1948) is a Canadian film, stage, and television veteran actor. He is perhaps best known for his role as Team Canada head coach Harry Sinden in the 2006 CBC miniseries, Canada Russia '72.

Career

Savage graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from York University in 1992.
Savage is also a playwright and avid stage actor. His self-written plays Savage Heat, DADS, Reversing Falls, Pillow Talk, Pajama Games and This Bloody Business have been performed on stages across Canada. Moreover, he is an original actor member of Toronto's Theatre Passe Muraille and Toronto Free Theatre. He has performed in over 100 plays in every province and territory in Canada, with the exception of Yukon.{{cite webtitle=Cover Story – Janet-Laine Green and Booth Savage – Nov/Dec2016 Active Life Magazineurl=http://active-life.ca/cover-story-janet-laine-green-and-booth-savage-novdec2016/website=active-life.caaccessdate=15 October 2016archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20161018234057/http://active-life.ca/cover-story-janet-laine-green-and-booth-savage-novdec2016/archive-date=18 October 2016url-status=dead
Savage is currently part of the Canadore College Theatre program faculty.

Awards

In 1987, he won a Gemini Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his role as Felix Batterinski in Allan King's The Last Season.

Personal life

Savage is married to actress Janet-Laine Green, and has two children. Their son Tyrone Savage is also an actor.{{cite webtitle=She's the MayorOf Green Fold Lane, that is Toronto Starurl=https://www.thestar.com/life/homes/decor/2010/09/09/shes_the_mayorof_green_fold_lane_that_is.htmlwebsite=thestar.comaccessdate=15 October 2016

Filmography

Movies

  • The Edible Woman
  • Stone Cold Dead (1979)
  • Silence of the North (1981) Flier
  • Michael and Kitty
  • Curtains (1983) Amanda's Boyfriend
  • Striker's Mountain (1985) Dave Cameron
  • The Last Season (1986) Felix Batterinski
  • The Photographer's Wife (1991)
  • Harvard Man (2001) Steve Jensen
  • Narc (2002) Cecil Mitchum

Television

  • For The Record
  • Search and Rescue
  • Every Person is Guilty
  • Maria
  • Collaborators
  • Say You Are Real
  • On The Evidence
  • Top Cops (3 episodes)
  • Sweating Bullets
  • You've Come a Long Way, Katie (TV miniseries) (1980)
  • Home Fires (1980) Bruce McLeod (Main role)
  • The Littlest Hobo(1980) (1 Episode)
  • Silence of the North (1981) Flier
  • Little Gloria... Happy at Last (1982)
  • Samuel Lount (TV movie) (1985) Edward Kennedy
  • Seeing Things (1986) Nick (2 episodes)
  • Philip Marlowe, Private Eye (1986) George Carter (1 Episode)
  • Night Heat (1986) Cliff Colclough (1 Episode)
  • Hot Shots (1986) Jason 'Jake' West (Main Role, 13 Episodes)
  • Chasing Rainbows (1988) 'Chicago' Benny Rose
  • T. and T. (1988) Harry (1 Episode)
  • The Beachcombers (1989) Ted Blake (2 Episodes)
  • Sanity Clause (TV movie) (1990) Mike
  • Labor of Love (TV movie) (1990)
  • The Photographer's Wife (short) (1991) Gordon
  • Street Legal (1990–1991) Sid Novak Jr. (3 Episodes)
  • Secret Service (1993) Wade (1 Episode)
  • Survive the Night (TV movie) (1993) Andrew
  • Counterstrike (1993) Malecki (1 Episode)
  • E.N.G. (1991, 1993) Tex Yeager, Terance Graves (respectively) (2 Episodes)
  • Thicker Than Blood: The Larry McLinden Story (TV movie) (1994) David Meadows
  • Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1995) Greg Vinson (1 Episode)
  • Wind at My Back (1996) Jack Bailey (1 Episode)
  • Goosebumps (1998) Tom Morgan (1 Episode)
  • Thanks of a Grateful Nation (TV movie) (1998) Gary Wall
  • Ricky Nelson: Original Teen Idol (TV movie) (1999) Lew Chudd
  • Sanctuary (2001) Sheriff Bill Duer
  • Blue Murder (2003) Constable Phil Bishop (1 Episode)
  • Bury the Lead (2004) Simon Redner (1 Episode)
  • This Is Wonderland (2005) (1 Episode)
  • Sue Thomas: F.B. Eye (2005) (1 Episode)
  • Swarmed (2005) Agent Doug Heydon
  • Missing (2006) Mark Stryker
  • Canada Russia '72 (2006) Harry Sinden
  • The Jane Show - (2007) Brady O'Flynn (4 Episodes)
  • Monster Warriors - recurring
  • The Call (TV movie) (2008) Brakka
  • M.V.P. - (2008) (2 episodes)
  • Rabbit Fall (2007–2008) Stanton Martinsky (Main Role, 8 Episodes)
  • The Listener (2009) Wade Lassiter (1 Episode)
  • Being Erica (2009) Larry Horowitz (1 Episode)
  • King (2011) Defense Attorney (1 Episode)
  • Mr. D (2011–2015) Principal Callaghan (46 Episodes)
  • Slasher'' (2016) Ronald Edwards (3 Episodes)

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  • Category:Living people
    Category:Canadian male film actors
    Category:Canadian male television actors
    Category:Humber College faculty
    Category:Canadian educators
    Category:Male actors from New Brunswick
    Category:20th-century Canadian dramatists and playwrights
    Category:21st-century Canadian dramatists and playwrights
    Category:Writers from Fredericton
    Category:Canadian male dramatists and playwrights
    Category:1948 births
    Category:20th-century Canadian male writers
    Category:21st-century Canadian male writers
     
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