Jay Brazeau





12/22/1953 , Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Jay Brazeau is a Canadian actor, writer and composer who was born on December 22, 1953, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. As a writer and composer, Jay has worked on the 1985 short film "Get a Job" and the 1997 television series "O Canada." In films, Jay is known for his roles in the 1999 film "Double Jeopardy," the 2000 film "Best in Show," the 2002 film "Insomnia" and the 2009 film "Watchman." His other films include the 1993 film "Cool Runnings," the 1994 film "Little Women," the 1997 film "Air Bud" and the 2001 film "Head Over Heels." His television appearances include "Party of Five" in 1994, "North of 60" in 1996, "Seven Days" in 2000 and "My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star" in 2002. In 2001, Jay won an Honorary Award from the Vancouver Film Critics Circle, and, in 2011, Jay won a Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Feature Length Drama for his role in the 2010 film "Father & Sons." Jay received a nomination from the Gemini Awards for his role in "Stargate SG-1."