Tobias Mehler (born April 1, 1976) is a Canadian actor who has appeared in film and television productions.
Mehler is known for playing d'Artagnan on Young Blades , Zak Adama on Battlestar Galactica and Lieutenant Graham Simmons in Stargate SG-1 .He appears opposite Charlize Theron in Battle in Seattle , was a regular on the Canadian series Robson Arms for two seasons, and played a lead in the Fox pilot Killer App written by Garry Trudeau and directed by Robert Altman. Mehler has also appeared in several Christmas-themed television films.
Mehler played Harvey in Sabrina the Teenage Witch in 1996, Andy Effkin In Disturbing Behavior in 1998 and Tommy Ross in Carrie .
|1996||Bordello of Blood||Boy in Bordello||Uncredited|
|1998||Disturbing Behavior||Andy Effkin|
|2001||Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell||Greg Janson / St. Michael|
|2004||Lucky Stars||Music Video Director|
|2007||Battle in Seattle||Jonathan|
|1995||Frostfire||Boy at Party||Television film|
|1996||When Friendship Kills||Justin Phelps|
|1996||Sabrina the Teenage Witch||Harvey|
|1996||Poltergeist: The Legacy||Brad||Episode: "The Substitute"|
|1996||Madison||Garret Shea||Episode: "Stepping Into Starlight"|
|1997||Viper||Sanders||Episode: "Turf Wars"|
|1997||Breaker High||Prince Stephan||Episode: "When in Rome..."|
|1997||Love in Another Town||Peter||Television film|
|1997, 1998||The Outer Limits||Eric Nichols / |
|1998||Dead Man's Gun||Marcus Rice||Episode: "The Mesmerizer"|
|1998||Millennium||Alex Glaser||Episode: "Luminary"|
|1998||Silencing Mary||Mary||Television film|
|1998||The Inspectors||Drew Carrigan|
|1998, 1999||First Wave||Jason||2 episodes|
|1998–2002||Stargate SG-1||Lt. Graham Simmons||5 episodes|
|2002||Jeremiah||Zach||Episode: "Red Kiss"|
|2002||Cold Squad||Noah||Episode: "Live Fast Die Young"|
|2002||Carrie||Tommy Ross||Television film|
|2002||Taken||Lt. Williams||2 episodes|
|2004||Renegadepress.com||Tom||Episode: "Body and Soul"|
|2004–2009||Battlestar Galactica||Zak Adama||4 episodes|
|2005||Corner Gas||Umpire||Episode: "Slow Pitch"|
|2005||Santa Baby||Grant Foley||Television film|
|2005||Captive Hearts||Larry Sorenson|
|2005||Stranger in My Bed||Taylor|
|2005||Young Blades||D'Artagnan||13 episodes|
|2005–2007||Robson Arms||Bobby Briggs||8 episodes|
|2006||All She Wants for Christmas||Justin Allen||Television film|
|2007||Write & Wrong||Richard Fleiss|
|2011||Workshop||Male TV Host||Episode: "Urban Tiger"|
|2011||The Icarus II Project||Jonah Spencer||3 episodes|
|2014||Red Sleep||Dr. Dan Black||Episode: "Adapt"|
Karl Erik Tore Johansson, better known by the stage name Tor Johnson, was a Swedish professional wrestler and actor. As an actor, Johnson appeared in many B-movies, including some famously directed by Ed Wood. In professional wrestling, Johnson was billed as Tor Johnson and Super Swedish Angel.
The Adventures of Sam & Max: Freelance Police is an animated television series, based on the Sam & Max comic series by Steve Purcell. The series follows vigilante private investigators Sam, an anthropomorphic dog, and Max, a lagomorph or "hyperkinetic rabbity-thing," as they investigate strange and bizarre cases and confront the criminals responsible.
Lloyd Wolfe Bochner was a Canadian actor. He appeared in many Canadian and Hollywood productions between the 1950s and 1990s, including the films Point Blank (1967), The Detective (1968), The Young Runaways (1968), Ulzana's Raid (1972) and Satan's School for Girls (1973), and the television prime time soap opera Dynasty (1981-82).
William Ashton Switzer is an American-Canadian voice, film, and television actor. He is known for his work on the animated television series Mummies Alive! He had a leading role in Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension and he also performed in Sabrina: The Animated Series. While he has voiced several roles in anime, he was also Philthy from MythQuest and the voice of Harvey Kinkle from Sabrina: The Animated Series and Sam "Cannonball" Guthrie from X-Men: Evolution. He also voiced Billy's former friend Nick in the second season of Billy the Cat which he took over from Lee Tockar who also wrote one episode of the show.
Chandra K. West is a Canadian actress.
Happy Harmonies is the name of a series of thirty-seven animated cartoons distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and produced by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising between 1934 and 1938.
Deanna Milligan is a Canadian actress. She has appeared in numerous Canadian and American films and television shows.
Santa's Workshop is a Disney short film directed by Wilfred Jackson, first released on December 10, 1932 in the Silly Symphonies series. The film features Santa Claus and his elves preparing for Christmas in Santa's workshop. A sequel, The Night Before Christmas, partially based on the 1823 poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas", was made the year after, portraying Santa leaving the toys in a house with nine children.
Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales is a 1979 animated Christmas television special featuring Bugs Bunny and other Looney Tunes characters in three newly created cartoon shorts with seasonal themes. It premiered on CBS on November 27, 1979. The special also aired on Cartoon Network. Audio and a clip from the special notably is in a scene in the movie Lethal Weapon where Martin Riggs tries to commit suicide.
Ziggy's Gift is a 1982 American animated holiday television special based on the Ziggy comics. Directed by Richard Williams, the special first aired December 1, 1982, on ABC.
Super Sleuth Christmas Movie is a 2007 Christmas-themed featurette directed by Don MacKinnon and David Hartman and based on the Playhouse Disney television series My Friends Tigger & Pooh. The first in the series, the film was released direct-to-video on November 20, 2007. It premiered on Playhouse Disney on December 6, 2008.
The Shanty Where Santy Claus Lives is a 1933 Christmas-themed Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies animated short film directed by Rudolf Ising. The short was released on January 7, 1933.
Santa Jr. is a 2002 American made-for-television romantic comedy Christmas film starring Lauren Holly and Judd Nelson. It premiered on Hallmark Channel in 2002. As of 2009, it was shown in the 25 Days of Christmas programming block on ABC Family, but it was not part of the block in 2010.
Harold "Hal" Erickson is a media historian who was a senior editor at AllRovi for 15 years starting in 1994 when it was known as "All Movies".
Red Caps is an Italian-Finnish animated television series produced by Cartoon-One in 2011. The series focuses on the adventures of a group of elves, and it is characterized by educational and moral purposes which gained to it the support of a number of institutions, including UNICEF and the Finnish Ministry of Environment.
The Man in the Santa Claus Suit is a 1979 American made-for-television Christmas fantasy drama film starring Fred Astaire, Gary Burghoff, John Byner, Bert Convy, and Majel Barrett about three different men who all purchase Santa Claus suits for various reasons. The film was originally broadcast on NBC on December 23, 1979.
The Night Before Christmas, also known as Santa's Toys, is a 1933 American pre-Code animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by United Artists. Part of the Silly Symphony series, the film is an adaptation of Clement Clarke Moore's 1823 poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas", popularly called "The Night Before Christmas". The film was directed by Disney animator Wilfred Jackson.
"Aren’t You Glad You’re You?" is a 1945 popular standard composed by Jimmy Van Heusen, with lyrics by Johnny Burke. Van Heusen and Burke wrote the song for the film The Bells of St. Mary's, directed by Leo McCarey, and starring Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman in the main roles. Bing Crosby presents the song in the film.
William S. Johnstone (1908–1996) was an American radio and screen actor. He is best known for his voice work as the title character on The Shadow for five seasons from 1938–1943.
Billy is a fictional character from the Black Christmas film series. He first appeared in Black Christmas (1974), as a deranged murderer who taunts and kills a group of college students during the Christmas season. Created by Bob Clark and A. Roy Moore, the character was partly inspired by the urban legend "The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs", as well as a series of real murders in Montreal during the 1943 holiday season.