Roles of Max in Dial M For Murder and James Tyrone in A Moon For The Misbegotten

A twenty-year veteran of Canadian theatre, Geoffrey is a Toronto-based actor, director and educator. He has performed in theatres across the country, been a company member with both the Stratford and Charlottetown Festivals, and been in several productions for Canadian Stage, Factory and Tarragon Theatres in Toronto. As a director, his work includes the original production of two Governor-General’s Award nominees, Kate Hewlett’s The Swearing Jar and Brendan Gall’s A Quiet Place, which also garnered Geoffrey a Dora Award nomination. In 2017, he directed the acclaimed premiere of Matt Gorman’s Western, as well as Shakespeare’s As You Like It for George Brown Theatre School, where he is a regular instructor. This past year Geoffrey appeared on the small screen in Private Eyes, The Girlfriend Experience and Impulse, and on the big screen in the hit Steven King film It.