Nova Scotia born Stephen McHattie is a veteran of over 50 film and over 100 television projects, including Warner Brothers’ Watchmen, 300 and 2012. Stephen’s latest film project is Immortals directed by Tarsem Singh. His other film credits include Poor Boy’s Game, The Time Keeper, (Jutra Award nomination), The Rocket: The Maurice Richard Story, (Genie Award for his outstanding performance). His feature performances include Darren Aronofsky’s The Fountain; A History of Violence (dir. David Cronenberg); The Lazarus Child, and Secretary (dir. Steven Shainberg). Stephen starred in Pontypool (dir. Bruce MacDonald), which premiered at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival and garnered him a Genie award for Best Lead Actor. Stephen’s latest television ventures include recurring roles on the SyFy Networks’ Haven and ABC’s Happy Town. He has appeared in five major mini series: Moby Dick, Diamonds, The Summit, XIII and Guns. He was a series regular on Cold Squad, Emily of New Moon, Beauty and the Beast, and Scene of the Crime. Other memorable television performances include Fringe, X-Files, Seinfeld, Law and Order, James Dean and Murdoch Mysteries (Gemini Award nomination). Stephen made his Broadway debut in The American Dream in 1968. He was a member of the legendary Phoenix Theater, as well as the famous Circle in the Square repertory. He received an Obie Award for Mensch Meier and a Drama Desk nomination for Ghetto at the Manhattan Theatre Club. Stephen lives outside Toronto with his wife, actress Lisa Houle and their children Isobel, Duncan and Tess.
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