Colm A well-known Canadian actor with more than 15 years of experience in the business, Joseph Feore OC. His performances as Glenn Gould in Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould (1993), as Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau in the CBC miniseries Trudeau (2002), as Detective Martin Ward in Bon Cop, Bad Cop (2006), and in its 2017 sequel earned him praise.
As a member of the Stratford Festival’s Acting Company, the biggest classical repertory theater in North America, Feore refined his acting abilities. He played Romeo, Hamlet, Richard III, and Cyrano during his 17 seasons at Stratford, rising from supporting to major roles.
He made a comeback in 2006 and starred in four plays, including Oliver as Fagin and Don Juan in both English and French.
More recently, he starred at the Stratford Festival Theatre in King Lear in 2014, Cyrano in Cyrano de Bergerac in 2009, and Macbeth in the title role of Macbeth in 2009. Also, he has made appearances in off-Broadway and Broadway plays.
Where was Colm Feore born?
Colm Joseph Feore OC was born in Boston, Massachusetts on August 22, 1958. His family, who were Irish immigrants, returned to Ireland shortly after his birth and stayed for a few years before settling in Windsor, Ontario.
Where does Colm Feore live?
Stratford, Ontario, Canada’s capital city, is where Colm Feore currently resides with his wife Donna Feore, a frequent director and choreographer at the Stratford Festival.