|Born||21 September 1943|
Bournemouth, Dorset, England
|Years active||1975 – present|
|Spouse||Catherine Disher (divorced)|
Cedric Smith (born 21 September 1943) is an English Canadian actor and musician. He played Alec King in the CBC television series Road to Avonlea and was the voice of Professor X in the X-Men TV series. 
Born in Bournemouth, Hampshire (now Dorset), England, Smith moved to Canada when he was about 10 years old. In 1961, he dropped out of high school to become a full-time folk singer. He was a member of the folk group Perth County Conspiracy, and wrote several songs that were performed and recorded by the band. Ca. 1963, he performed at the "Lemon Tree" a Dayton, Ohio coffee house for an extended time. Between sets he would read from a giant volume of Shakespeare. As a folk singer he sang at the "Ebony Knight" coffee house on Main Street in Hamilton in the mid '60s; he also had performances at the "Black Swan" coffee house in Stratford, Ontario in 1967 and 1968. He sang on Loreena McKennitt's album "Elemental" in 1985. 
Smith won a Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role in 1993 for his part in Road to Avonlea .  He appeared on the syndicated program Mutant X in its first season, as well as on the cult hit Forever Knight , alongside his then-wife, Catherine Disher.
He also provided the voice of Mentor on the short-lived Silver Surfer animated series, also on the Fox network. Smith also provides narration for Canada's History Television's series, Turning Points in History .
Smith has a son named Darcy Montgomery Smith who was born in 1993. He is the ex-husband of Catherine Disher, who played Jean Grey on X-Men: The Animated Series alongside him.
|1977||Who Has Seen the Wind||Dr. Svarich|
|1979||Fast Company||Gary 'The Blacksmith' Black|
|1981||Heavy Metal||Bartender (voice)||Segment: "Taarna"|
|1985||Samuel Lount||William Lyon Mackenzie|
|1988||The Suicide Club||Paul Stevens on TV|
|1993||Letter from Francis||Father Tremblay||Short film|
|1995||Butterbox Babies||Frank Davis|
|1995||Titanica||(Narration)||IMAX documentary; shorter version of '92 release|
|1995||Witchboard III: The Possession||Francis|
|1998||Sleeping Dogs Lie||J.J. Gallagher|
|2003||The Visual Bible: The Gospel of John||Caiaphas|
|2004||Raymond Radcliffe||Frederick Radcliffe||Short film|
|2005||Anne: Journey to Green Gables||Tupper (voice)||Video|
|2010||Verona||Dean August||Short film|
|2014||The Dependables||Paul Stansy||A.k.a: Pride of Lions|
|2014||The Christmas Switch||Sam Wells|
|2015||Life on Juniper||Barry||Short film|
|1976||Teleplay||Luke||Episode: "The Italian Machine"|
|1980||The Great Detective||Paquette||Episode: "The Man Who Died Twice"|
|1981||Titans||Billy Bishop||Episode: "Billy Bishop"|
|1982||The Littlest Hobo||Terry||Episode: "Rabies"|
|1985||Anne of Green Gables||Rev. Allan||TV miniseries|
|1985||Night Heat||John Deacon||Episode: "The Fifth Man"|
|1986||Hot Shots||Remy||Episode: "Tails You Lose"|
|1986||In This Corner||Michael Wellborne / Vincent McCarthy||TV film|
|1986–1990||The Campbells||Thomas Sims||Main role|
|1987||Heaven on Earth||Mr. Macdonald||Television film|
|1987||Street Legal||Max||Episode: "A Matter of Honour"|
|1988||Adderly||Tukanin||Episode: "Point of No Return"|
|1988||Night Heat||Demarcus||Episode: "The Privilege of Freedom"|
|1988||Friday the 13th: The Series||Joe Fenton||Episode: "The Pirate's Promise"|
|1988||The Twilight Zone||Dr. Jeremy Sinclair||Episode: "The Curious Case of Edgar Witherspoon"|
|1988–89||Alfred Hitchcock Presents||Paul Stevens / Van Dorn||Episodes: "VCR – Very Careful Rape", "South by Southeast"|
|1989||War of the Worlds||Adrian Bouchard||Episode: "Among the Philistines"|
|1989||The Penthouse||Commissioner Warner||TV film|
|1989||Love and Hate: The Story of Colin and JoAnn Thatcher||Tony Wilson||TV film|
|1989||Dick Francis: In the Frame||Inspector Frost||TV film|
|1990||Bordertown||Commissioner Geoffrey Osborne||Episode: "Two Moons"|
|1990||The Ray Bradbury Theater||Dr. Arnold Fellows||Episode: "The Murderer"|
|1990||Counterstrike||Cantrell / Michael Marloe||Episodes: "The Dealbreaker", "Cinema Verite"|
|1990–1996||Road to Avonlea||Alec King||Main role|
|1991||Beyond Reality||Bill Bowen||Episode: "Miracle Worker"|
|1991||Le peloton d'exécution||Lt. Col. Harfield||TV film|
|1992||E.N.G.||Dr. Dawson||Episode: "Heart of the Matter"|
|1992||Lost in the Barrens II: The Curse of the Viking Grave||Connoly||TV film|
|1992||Street Legal||Bruce Parkhill||Episode: "Children's Hour"|
|1992–1997||X-Men||Professor Charles Xavier (voice)|
|1993||Street Legal||Henry Sutton||Episodes: "Hasta La Vista", "But Not Forgotten"|
|1993||Kung Fu: The Legend Continues||Dr. Mims||Episode: "Straitjacket"|
|1993||J.F.K: Reckless Youth||Prof. Bruce Hopper||TV film|
|1993||Tales from the Cryptkeeper||Boswick (voice)||Episode: "The Works, in Wax"|
|1994||Tales from the Cryptkeeper||Onnaya (voice)||Episode: "Hunted"|
|1994||Forever Knight||Liam O'Neal||Episode: "Bad Blood"|
|1994||Million Dollar Babies||Lowell Thomas||TV miniseries|
|1995||Hiroshima||Gen. Curtis Lemay||TV film|
|1995||Spider-Man||Professor Charles Xavier (voice)||Episodes: "The Mutant Agenda", "Mutants Revenge"|
|1996||Blazing Dragons||Count Geoffrey (voice)||Episode: "2.1"|
|1996||Golden Will: The Silken Laumann Story||Mike Spracklen||TV film|
|1996||Everything to Gain||Edward Jordan||TV film|
|1997||F/X: The Series||Mickey O'Brien||Episode: "Shooting Mickey"|
|1998||Turning Points of History||Narrator (voice)||Episode: "A Very Russian Coup"|
|1998||Silver Surfer||Mentor (voice)||Episodes: "Learning Curve: Parts 1 & 2"|
|1998||The Long Island Incident '||Tim Bobek||TV film|
|1998||Thunder Point||Henry Baker||TV film|
|1998||Highlander: The Raven||Morgan Kenworth||Episode: "Bloodlines"|
|1998||Mythic Warriors||King Polydectes (voice)||Episode: "Perseus: The Search for Medusa"|
|1998||Happy Christmas, Miss King||Alec King||TV film|
|1998||Leonardo: A Dream of Flight||Il Moro||TV film|
|1999||Sea People||Samuel 'Sam' Casey||TV film|
|1999||Twice in a Lifetime||Dr. Eldridge Hawke||Episode: "School's Out"|
|1999||Goya: Awakened in a Dream||Francisco Goya||TV film|
|1999||Rescue Heroes||Seymour Wilde (voice)||TV series|
|2001||Blue Murder||Michael Hamori||Episode: "Dr. Tara"|
|2001||Mutant X||Dr. Paul Breedlove||Episode: "The Shock of the New"|
|2001||Jenifer||Dr. Richards||TV film|
|2002||Keep the Faith, Baby||US President Truman||TV film|
|2002||Earth: Final Conflict||Prof. Hightower||Episode: "Grave Danger"|
|2002||Relic Hunter||Lawyer||Episode: "Pandora's Box"|
|2002||Soul Food||Alderman Glickman||Episode: "Out with the Old..."|
|2002||Power and Beauty||Thompson||TV film|
|2003||Veritas: The Quest||Willie Anderson||Episode: "Ssangraal"|
|2003||Doc||Martin Wainwright||Episode: "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes"|
|2003||Street Time||Elliot Winthrop||Episode: "Follow the Money"|
|2003||More Than Meets the Eye: The John Brock Story||Bob||TV film|
|2005||Totally Spies!||Prof. Link (voice)||Episode: "Head Shrinker Much?"|
|2006||This Is Wonderland||Kenneth Pederson||Episode: "3.5"|
|2006||Shades of Black: The Conrad Black Story||George||TV film|
|2007||The Company||Allen Dulles||TV miniseries|
|2007–2009||Friends and Heroes||Tiberius (voice)||Main role|
|2008||XIII: The Conspiracy||Abe Miller||TV miniseries|
|2010||Turn the Beat Around||Gino||TV film|
|2010||Living in Your Car||Paul||Episodes: "Chapter 5", "1.8", "1.13"|
|2010||The Last Christmas||Grandpa||TV film|
|2011||The Kennedys||Sen. Eastland||Episode: "Life Sentences"|
|2011||John A: The Birth of a Country||Gov. Gen. Edmund Head||TV film|
|2012||Whiskey Business||Jack||TV film|
|2012||Murdoch Mysteries||Langston Wallace||Episode: "Murdoch Night in Canada"|
|2012||Baby's First Christmas||Henry Kotter||TV film|
|2012–13||Copper||Father Liam Burke||Recurring role|
|2015||The Music in Me||Henry||TV film|
|2018||Mysticons||The Panhandler / The Dragon King (voice)||Episodes: "The Last Dragon", "The Edge of Two Morrows" |
X-Men, also known as X-Men: The Animated Series, is an animated superhero television series which debuted on October 31, 1992, in the United States on the Fox Kids Network. X-Men was Marvel Comics' second attempt at an animated X-Men TV series after the pilot, X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men, was not picked up.
Stuart Bruce Greenwood is a Canadian actor and producer. He is known for his role as the American president John F. Kennedy in Thirteen Days, for which he won the Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture, and as Captain Christopher Pike in J. J. Abrams's Star Trek reboot series. He has been nominated for three Canadian Screen Awards, once for Best Actor and twice for Best Supporting Actor. In television, he starred as Gil Garcetti in The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story, and has appeared in Mad Men, St. Elsewhere, Knots Landing, and John from Cincinnati. He currently stars as Dr. Randolph Bell in the Amy Holden Jones-created medical drama The Resident.
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Anne of Green Gables is a 1985 Canadian made-for-television drama film based on the 1908 novel of the same name by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery, and is the first in a series of four films. The film stars Megan Follows in the title role of Anne Shirley and was produced and directed by Kevin Sullivan for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. It was released theatrically in Iran, Israel, Europe, and Japan.
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Catherine Disher is a British-born Canadian actress. She has won two Gemini Awards: in 2005 for Best Actress for her role in the Canadian mini-series Snakes and Ladders, and in 2010 for her role in The Border. She was also nominated for her role as Dr. Natalie Lambert in the Forever Knight TV series.
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This is a list of all media appearances of the Marvel Comics character Storm.
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The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television's 10th Gemini Awards was held on March 3, 1996 to honour achievements in Canadian television. The awards show, which was hosted by Albert Schultz, took place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and was broadcast on CBC Television.
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Events in 1960 in animation.
Events in 1964 in animation.
An Avonlea Christmas is a 1998 Canadian made-for-television Christmas film directed by Stefan Scaini and written by Raymond Storey. A reunion special and sequel to the 1990–1996 television series Road to Avonlea, the story takes place against the backdrop of World War I as the King family prepares for Christmas Eve.
Events in 1954 in animation.