Chris Britton

Born and raised in Toronto, Chris Britton studied acting while still in his teens. For a brief period, an interest in dance led him to become a member of the Judy Jarvis Dance Company, one of the first modern dance companies in Toronto. He graduated from York University with a BFA in theatre. While an undergraduate he was an Associate Fellow of Stong College teaching a course in the life and art of Edward Gordon Craig. Upon graduating he spent two seasons at both the Stratford and Shaw Festivals and worked at regional theaters across Canada. In 1980 Chris started the first Artists Action Network within Amnesty International that worked for the release of imprisoned artists. During the early eighties he studied acting with Uta Hagen in New York City and acted in 'The Misanthrope' directed by Mark Lamos at The Hartford Stage and 'The Taming of the Shrew' at the Astor Place Theater in NYC. He returned to Canada to be a member of the Grand Theater Company with Robin Phillips. In the late 8

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