Graham’s first foray into acting was in the mid-eighties with the Rude Players, a company which created plays using the Mike Leigh method, via the Hull Truck Theatre. For many years he was a member of avant-garde company Adhere & Deny, and continues to work with founder Grant Guy. Perhaps his biggest mark in theatre has been with the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre’s Master Playwright Festival, having appeared in such successes as The Wedding, Glengarry Glen Ross, Jumpers, Some Kind of Love Story, Village Wooing, and Private Lives, the last of which earned him Best Supporting Actor in the Winnipeg Free Press season roundup.
In film and television he has played neo-Nazis, delusional marathon runners, Don Cherry’s speech coach, Alan Pinkerton’s old underground railroad compatriot, and John Ashbery’s seedy bathing man. He also appeared for a single second in a Sparks video, which, as a 40-year owner of Kimono My House, tickles him.← BackNext →