was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. After graduation from York University's Theatre Program he began working almost exclusively in film and television. Potts first broke onto the international scene in the 4-hour CBC mini-series Conspiracy of Silence
. His chilling performance won him critical acclaim in Canada, England and the U.S., where it was seen on CBS.
More recent films for television include Fox's The Counterfeit Contessa with Tea Leoni, A&E's Butterbox Babies, Showtime's Color of Justice with F. Murray Abraham, and USA Network's Passion and Prejudice with Frances Fisher. Pott's feature film credits include the action thriller Lethal Tender with Gary Busey, the haunting Resurrection with Christopher Lambert, Patricia Rozema's When Night is Falling and Columbia Tri-Star's Cruel Intentions II.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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