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Mark Meer

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Nationalité Canada
Naissance à Edmonton (Canada)

Mark Meer is a Canadian actor, writer and improvisor, based in Edmonton, Alberta. He is internationally known for his role in the Mass Effect trilogy, in which he stars as the voice of the male version of the player character, Commander Shepard. His voice is featured in a number of other games from BioWare Corp., notably the Baldur's Gate and Dragon Age series. Meer stars as the voice of the player character William Mackenzie in The Long Dark from Hinterland Studio, which also features his Mass Effect counterpart, Jennifer Hale. He also works in animation, providing the voice for characters in a series of cartoon shorts produced by Rantdog Animation Studios.

Meer is a core company member of the Canadian Comedy Award-winning live improvised soap opera Die-Nasty, and was the first performer to complete the annual 53-hour long Die-Nasty Soap-A-Thon without sleep.
He is also a member of Rapid Fire Theatre and a founder of the sketch comedy/improv troupe Gordon's Big Bald Head. He is a performer and writer on CBC Radio's sketch comedy program The Irrelevant Show and APTN's CAUTION: May Contain Nuts, and is a co-creator, writer and star of Super Channel's Tiny Plastic Men. Meer works regularly with Atomic Improv and at the Varscona Theatre with Teatro la Quindicina, the company founded by Canadian playwright Stewart Lemoine.

In 2005, Meer was nominated for an Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award for co-writing the surreal sketch comedy show, Lobster Telephone (in which he also played Salvador Dalí), with the ladies of Panties Productions. In 2006, he was honored with the Sterling Award for Outstanding Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role for playing multiple roles in Helen's Necklace, produced by Shadow Theatre. In 2011, he was nominated for five Canadian Comedy Awards, including Best Male Improvisor, for which he was also nominated in 2012, 2013, and 2014. In December 2012, Mark Meer was voted Edmontonian of the Year in an online poll held by Gig City, an Edmonton arts and entertainment website. Tiny Plastic Men, which Meer co-created and writes for Canada's Super Channel, has been nominated twice at the Canadian Screen Awards for Best Comedy Series in 2014 and 2015, and Meer himself was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role in 2015 for his work on the show.

Meer appeared at Dragon*Con 2012 cosplaying as Commander Shepard, his most famous character. Though his attendance was not publicly advertised, some fans immediately recognized him.

Meer is married to Belinda Cornish, a voice actress who has done work in BioWare games as well, most notably voicing Rana Thanoptis in the Mass Effect series, and Goldanna and The Baroness in the Dragon Age series.

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Paul Spence
Paul Spence
(1 films)
Michael Dowse
Michael Dowse
(1 films)
Shawn Roberts
Shawn Roberts
(1 films)
Cindy Busby
Cindy Busby
(1 films)
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Filmographie de Mark Meer (3 films)

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D'Amour et de Glace, 2h
Genres Comédie, Aventure, Romance
Acteurs Jewel Staite, Shawn Roberts, Cindy Busby, Mark Meer, Shaun Johnston
Rôle Brad
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Institutrice dans un petit village isolé au nord du Canada, Kate Carter doit rentrer chez elle pour se marier. La veille de son départ, l'aéroport étant paralysé par la neige, Kate prend la route en scooter des neiges avec Redford, un solitaire un peu bourru. Pourtant dangereux, entre les conditions climatiques et des animaux sauvages, ce voyage lui fait alors découvrir une vraie passion pour l'aventure et bouscule les certitudes de la jeune femme...
Fubar II
Fubar II (2010)

Réalisé par Michael Dowse
Origine Canada
Genres Comédie
Acteurs Paul Spence, Mark Meer
Rôle Car Salesman
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In Calgary, Terry (David Lawrence) and Dean (Paul Spence) are tired of barely scraping by on menial jobs. Recently evicted from their rented house, they are out of options until their old buddy and "party leader", Troy (better known as Tron) (Andrew Sparacino) gets them high-paying jobs laying oil pipeline in Fort McMurray.