Victor is left handed.
Victor was one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive, 2006. He is found in the "Hooray for Gray!" section.
Victor attended London Central Secondary School in London, Ontario.
Victor has lent his voice to several audio novels for author James Howe.
Aside from Victor's numerous film and television credits, he is a well-known Broadway actor, having earned several Tony nominations for various musicals.
Victor is of Russian (Ashkenazi) Jewish descent.
Victor's mother died in September 2005. She suffered from Alzheimer's disease.
One of Victor Garber's first TV appearances was on the 1968 CTV musical series River Inn as a singer.
Victor Garber was the voice of the narrator in the TV movie Summer's End in 1999.
Victor Garber played 4 different characters named Jack: Jack of Hearts (in Jack: A Flash Fantasy), Jack Chesney (in Charley's Aunt), Jack Gilcrest (in Hostile Advances: The Kerry Ellison Story), and Jack Bristow (in Alias)
Victor Garber was nominated for dozen awards. He won 3: Best Acting by an Ensemble, in NBR Award (for The First Wives Club, 1996), Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series in Saturn Awards (for Alias, 2003), and Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Drama, in Golden Satellite Award (for Alias, 2003).
Victor Garber didn't leave the music world when his group The Sugar Shoppe was broken down. He formed a new band, The Shop.
Victor Garber became a member of the folk group The Sugar Shoppe in 1968. Their US TV debut was on The Ed Sullivan Show.
Victor Garber started co-starring in 2001 on Alias, as Jack Bristow, the father of Jennifer Garner's Sydney Bristow.
Victor Garber guest-starred in Frasier in 2000, recieving an Emmy nomination for his role.
When he was 15, Victor Garber joined the University of Toronto's Hart House acting group.
Victor Garber is 6' 2" (1.88 m).
When Victor Garber was 9, in 1958, he began acting in the local teather.
Victor Garber is a TV actor, a teacher actor, a cinema actor, a singer and a songwriter.
Victor Garber guest-starred on Will & Grace in 2004, achieveing an Emmy Award nomination for this role.
Victor Garber's mother, Hope Garber, was also an actress. She died on September 7, 2005. His father passed away in 1993. He has also a brother and a sister.
Victor Garber's character in Alias, Jack Bristow, was ranked #29 in TV Guide's list of the 50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time in 2004.
Victor Garber has played both Jesus (in Godspell) and the Devil (in Damn Yankees) on stage.
Victor Garber officiated on his Alias co-star Jennifer Garner's wedding with Ben Affleck.