Jay Brazeau

Birthday:

12/22/1953

Place of birth:

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:

Biography:

Jay Brazeau (born December 22, 1953) is a notable Canadian actor. He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.His credits include voicing Richard Condie's Oscar-nominated animated short La Salla. He also appeared in two of the first season episodes of Highlander: The Series in 1992. In October 2009, he appeared as "Man in chair" in the National Arts Centre production of The Drowsy Chaperone in Ottawa. In 2009, he played a part in several scenes added for the Ultimate Cut version of Watchmen. He was a frequent co-star of Don S. Davis. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jay Brazeau, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Film Credits

(2017)
as Tom White
(2017)
as Tramell
(2017)
as Tony
(2016)
as Al Jennings
(2016)
as Tramell
(2015)
as Harry Ballentine
(2015)
as Professor McMannis
(2015)
as Tramell
(2015)
as Coroner Tramell
(2015)
as Phillip Lorenzo
(2014)
as Mr. McGowan
(2014)
as Dr. Fishbaum
(2014)
as Mr. Harvey
(2013)
as Larry
(2013)
as Father Mould
(2013)
as Mr. Swanson
(2013)
as Horton
(2012)
as Judge
(2012)
as Donald Mojan
(2012)
as Professor McMannis
(2011)
as Gene Castle
(2011)
as Talbot
(2011)
as Volstagg (voice)
(2010)
as Mr. Grunion (voice)
(2009)
as Dr. Elman
(2009)
as Bernard / News Vendor
(2009)
as News Vendor
(2009)
as Martin
(2009)
as Volstagg (voice)
(2009)
as Volstagg
(2008)
as Ralph
(2008)
as Captain Samuel Edison (voice)
(2008)
as Louie Ramoli
(2008)
as Ralphie (voice)
(2007)
as Bob
(2007)
as Doug Sullivan
(2007)
as Dolan Severs
(2007)
as Spud (voice)
(2006)
as Agent Baker
(2006)
as Railroad Company Executive
(2006)
as Harry
(2006)
as Professor Dunnigan
(2005)
as Mr. Dombrowski - Manager
(2003)
as Captain
(2003)
as Howard
(2002)
as Dr. Booth
(2002)
as Abbot
(2002)
as Uncle Eustace
(2002)
as Dr. Tilley
(2002)
as Francis
(2002)
as Psychiatrist
(2002)
as Race Official #2
(2001)
as Halloran / Strukov
(2001)
as Mage
(2000)
as Dr. Chuck Nelken
(2000)
as George Trumbell
(1999)
as Harold
(1999)
as Bobby
(1999)
as Mr. Marcus
(1998)
as Johnny
(1998)
as Muff Potter (voice)
(1997)
as Jack
(1996)
as Santa Claus / Additional Voices (Voices)
(1996)
as Mr. Wallis
(1996)
as Baritone (voice)
(1996)
as Professor Wooley
(1995)
as Uncle Pete
(1995)
as
(1995)
as Sgt. Abe Foreman
(1994)
as Shrink
(1994)
as Businessman
(1992)
as The Dean
(1992)
as Jake Burns
(1992)
as Big Nose
(1991)
as Hotchner
(1985)
as Dr. Hollis
(1985)
as
(1979)
as

Production Credits

(1985)
Music