Jun. 30th, 1966
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Peter Outerbridge (born June 30, 1966) is a Canadian actor, best known for his role as Ari Tasarov in the CW action series Nikita, Dr. David Sandström in the TMN series ReGenesis, Bob Corbett in Bomb Girls, William Easton in Saw VI and George Brown in the television film John A.: Birth of a Country.
Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, the son of a lawyer and the youngest of five siblings.
After high school Outerbridge enrolled at the University of Victoria to study acting. Afterwards he toured Canada for four years with the theatre group Way Off Broadway. In 1997 and 2002 he was nominated in the Canadian Genie Awards as the best actor in the films Kissed and Marine Life, respectively. He was also nominated in the Gemini Awards for his achievements. Outerbridge won a 2013 Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series for his role in John A.: Birth of a Country.
In May 2000, he married actress 'Tammy Isbell'. Together they have twins, Samuel and Thomas (born 2004).
In 2013, it was confirmed that Outerbridge will have a recurring role on the second season of Orphan Black, portraying the character Henrik "Hank" Johanssen, a Prolethean religious leader who is against the scientific processes that created the clones.
- Peter's paternal grandparents were missionaries in China in the 1920s. When they returned to Canada, his grandfather became a minister for the United Church in Northern Ontario.
- Youngest of 5 children (2 brothers, 2 sisters).
- Is of Swedish and Bermudian extraction.
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