Sam Neill
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Christopher Lee
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Kevin Costner
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Philip Seymour Hoffman
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Klea Scott
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Christopher Nolan
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Ian Tracey

Knowledge Identifier: +Ian_Tracey


Ian Tracey

Canadian Leo- and Gemini Award-winning actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1964.

Countries: United States (50%), New Zealand (17%), United Kingdom (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Sam Neill, Christopher Lee, Kevin Costner




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Ian Tracey was born in 1964 add something


A performer at a young age, Tracey started working at the age of 11, playing in the 1976 film "The Keeper" starring Christopher Lee add something


He is known for his role as the title character in 1979's "Huckleberry Finn and His Friends" add something


Other television film include "The Rookies", for which he received a 1991 Gemini nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role add something


In 1999, Tracey won the Leo award for Best Performance by a Male in a Feature Length Drama for "Rupert's Land" add something


He was nominated for a Gemini award in 2000 for his portrayal of the talented Homicide Detective Mick Leary in the Canadian TV series "Da Vinci's Inquest" add something


Tracey's recent feature film credits include "Prozac Nation", "Owning Mahowny", with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Kevin Costner's western "Open Range" and Christopher Nolan's 2001 thriller "Insomnia" add something


Klea Scott - Scott co-starred with Ian Tracey in "Intelligence", an *award-winning series from "Da Vinci's Inquest" creator Chris Haddock, which premiered in October 2006 on CBC


In spring 2007, he filmed the Chinese-Canadian historical miniseries "Iron Road" with Sam Neill and Peter O'Toole and narrated the making-of documentary for the DVD release of the series "Huckleberry Finn and His Friends" add something


In 2010 he began the recurring role of villain Adam Worth on "Sanctuary" add something