Since turning professional at the age of 16, Jonathan Scarfe
has worked in film, television and stage all over the world. He has worked on nearly 40 movies and more than 130 hours of episodic television, including Grey's Anatomy, ER, CSI: Miami and NYPD Blue.
On stage, Scarfe has worked on Shakespeare, Stoppard and Chekov, among others. He and his wife, Suki Kaiser, wrote, produced and directed an award-winning short film about sexual abuse called Speak that is now part of university training for trauma nurses in Canada.
Scarfe has been nominated five times for the Canadian Emmys and won once for his portrayal of abused NHL player Sheldon Kennedy. He divides his time between Los Angeles and an island home off the coast of Vancouver, where he lives with his wife and two children.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2008.
Jonathan Scarfe Facts
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|Above and Beyond|