Jonny Harris

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Jonny Harris
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Harris at the 2013 CFC Annual Gala & Auction
Born
Jonathan Harris

(1975-09-22) 22 September 1975 (age 45)
Nationality Canadian
OccupationActor
Years active2006-present
Spouse(s)Kaitlin Kozell

Jonathan Harris (born September 22, 1975) is a Canadian actor and comedian from Newfoundland and Labrador. [1] [2] Harris is best known for his roles in the television series Murdoch Mysteries , [3] Still Standing and Hatching, Matching and Dispatching , [1] as well as the films Young Triffie , Moving Day , and Grown Up Movie Star . [1]

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Harris was born in Pouch Cove. [4]

Career

Harris worked for five summers at the Rising Tide Theatre festival in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. [5] As well as his television and film work, he has also performed as a comedian at the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Just for Laughs Festival, and the Halifax Comedy Festival, as well as on the CBC Radio comedy series The Debaters .

In 2015, he began starring in the summer comedy/reality series Still Standing for CBC Television. [6] [7]

He co-hosted the 6th Canadian Screen Awards telecast with Emma Hunter. [8]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
2006 Young Triffie Billy Head
2009 Grown Up Movie Star Stuart
2012 Moving Day Dennis
2013Me2CopShort film
2019GoaliePhil Sullivan

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
2006 Hatching, Matching and Dispatching Troy FureyEpisode: "1.2"
Sketch with Kevin McDonaldVarious
2008–present Murdoch Mysteries Const. George CrabtreeMain role
Nominated Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (2008) [9] & (2009) [10]
2011 Republic of Doyle Brett BabcockEpisode: "St. John's Town"
Comedy Now! Episode: "Jonny Harris"
Murdoch Mysteries: The Curse of the Lost PharaohsConst. George CrabtreeWeb series
2012Murdoch Mysteries: The Murdoch Effect
The Listener Tommy Nordett"The Bro Code"
2015Murdoch Mysteries: The Infernal DeviceConst. George CrabtreeWeb series
2018 Frankie Drake Mysteries George CrabtreeEpisode: "The Pilot"

Other work

YearTitleRoleNotes
2009-12The Ha!ifax Comedy FestWriter10 episodes
2010CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival"The Holliday Show"
Brighton Rock Art department runner
2015-Present Still Standing Writer, producer, host52 episodes
Nominated Canadian Screen Award for Best Host in a Lifestyle, Talk or Entertainment News Program or Series (2016) [11]
Nominated Canadian Screen Award for Best Writing in a Factual Program or Series (shared with Chuck Byrn and Nile Seguin) (2016) [11]
Won Canadian Screen Award for Best Host in a Lifestyle, Talk or Entertainment News Program or Series (2017) [12]
Won Canadian Screen Award for Best Writing in a Factual Program or Series (shared with Fraser Young and Steve Dylan) (2017) [13]

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