Art Hindle

Birthday:
07/21/1948
Place of birth:
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada:
Biography:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Arthur Hindle (born July 21, 1948) is a Canadian actor and director. Hindle was born in Halifax. His family moved to Toronto while he was a child. Although shy as a youngster, he grew to be a rebellious and independent teenager. This led him to travel, mostly via hitchhiking, while picking up odd jobs and meeting people from varied walks of life. By the time he was 21, he was a father, a stockbroker and an amateur photographer. Although fairly successful as a broker, he was unfulfilled and eventually, after being inspired and touched by a Toronto Workshop Productions play, he made the commitment to leave the stock market for the theatre. He worked for a few months with TWP and got an acting agent, which led to started auditioning for commercials. It was at this time that Hindle credits a discovery that changed his future. He was directed to the Eli Rill workshop. Eli Rill had moved to Toronto from New York, where he taught at the Actor’s Studio. At this workshop, Hindle studied Method. He thrived in this environment and soon started applying his knowledge to getting acting jobs. Further inspiration for becoming an actor was his uncle, Michael Kane, with whom Art finally had the opportunity to work in the film "The Gunfighters". He has made guest appearances in a long list of television programs in North America, and has also appeared in several movies, dating from 1971. His first major role was in a biker movie, "The Proud Rider", spawned by the popularity of Easy Rider. Hindle worked with a real motorcycle gang, Satan’s Choice. It was during the making of this rather bad movie that Art almost changed his professional name to Jeremy Kane. The producers thought that Hindle should have a more showbiz-sounding name. He chose Jeremy Kane (Kane in honor of his uncle), and even though he reverted to his birth name due to urging from his uncle, his "Jeremy Kane" pseudonym is still connected to the film. The next big step was being cast as Billy Duke, the best hockey player in the world, drafted by the Maple Leafs to lead them back to the playoffs in the film "Face-Off", Canada’s first million-dollar movie. This film led to offers from Hollywood which he resisted until work dried up and Hindle - who had four children by this time - finally moved to Los Angeles. Over the years, Art has come to be known as a “working actor” involved as a leading actor in some classic films and numerous pilots and series. His work in E.N.G., one of Canada’s most successful series, won him a Gemini. From the early 1990s, Art has also worked as a director. Hindle is married and divides his time between California and Canada. He currently stars in and directs the popular series Paradise Falls showing on cable stations in the USA and on the Showcase channel in Canada. Description above from the Wikipedia article Art Hindle, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Credits

Inn Love by Christmas (2020)
as Ernie
The Last Big Save (2020)
as Artie
Christmas in Montana (2019)
as Pops
Astronaut (2019)
as Joe
Making a Deal with the Devil (2019)
as President of USA
Pride, Prejudice and Mistletoe (2018)
as Edward Fitzwilliam
Northern Lights of Christmas (2018)
as Otto Bismer
Robbery (2018)
as Frank
The Joke Thief (2018)
as Brian McCabe
Christmas Encore (2017)
as Sid
The Performance (2017)
as Dennis
The Neighborhood (2017)
as Artie
The Void (2016)
as Mitchell
Sicilian Vampire (2015)
as Detective Domenic Durpray
Full Out (2015)
as Doctor
No Deposit (2015)
as Joseph Ryan
Big News From Grand Rock (2015)
The Memory Book (2014)
as Jonathan / Jack
The Big Fat Stone (2014)
as Philly Versi
The Perfect Boss (2013)
as Ralph Mickelson
Real Gangsters (2013)
as Mitchel McClane
The Story of Luke (2013)
as Mr. Nichols
Two Hearts to Mouth (2013)
as Ron Baxter
Baby's First Christmas (2012)
as Christopher
An Insignificant Harvey (2011)
as Father Asher
Monster Brawl (2011)
as Sasquatch Sid Tucker
Fairfield Road (2010)
as Senator William Hayden
Too Late To Say Goodbye (2009)
as Max Barber
Offspring (2009)
as George Peters
A Teacher's Crime (2008)
as David McMillian
Lies and Crimes (2007)
as Captain Vic Bochner
Blind Trust (2007)
as L.G. Mennick
One Way (2006)
as Russel Birk
Christmas in Boston (2005)
as Mr. Howard
Encrypt (2003)
as Anton Reich
Black Christmas Revisited (2002)
The Trip (2002)
as Ted Oakley
Saint Sinner (2002)
as Morgan Rand
Stranded (2002)
as Owen Marsh
The Waiting Game (2001)
as Lowell Kincaid
Kept (2001)
as Lance
Submerged (2000)
as Sam
Our Guys: Outrage at Glen Ridge (1999)
as Mr. Archer
Bad As I Wanna Be: The Dennis Rodman Story (1998)
as Chuck Daly
Sleeping Dogs Lie (1998)
as Ambrose Small
Let Me Call You Sweetheart (1997)
as Skip Reardon
The Arrow (1997)
as Col. Fairchild
The Silence of Adultery (1995)
as David
Rugged Gold (1994)
Liar, Liar: Between Father and Daughter (1993)
as Gil Farrow
The American Clock (1993)
Mother's Day (1989)
Speed Zone (1989)
as Flash
Into the Fire (1988)
as Dirk Winfield
Dixie Lanes (1988)
as Sheriff Lewis Clark
From the Hip (1987)
as Lt. Matt Sosha
J. Edgar Hoover (1987)
as John F. Kennedy
The Gunfighters (1987)
as Cole Everett
Say Yes (1986)
as Luke Westmoreland
Courage (1984)
as Roger Bower
The Surrogate (1984)
as Frank Waite
The Man Who Wasn't There (1983)
as Ted Durand
Porky's II: The Next Day (1983)
as Ted Jarvis
The Wild Pony (1983)
as Frank Chase
Desperate Lives (1982)
as Stan
Porky's (1981)
as Ted Jarvis
The Octagon (1980)
as A. J.
Fun and Games (1980)
as Gordy
Before and After (1979)
as Mike Farmer
The Brood (1979)
as Frank Carveth
The Power Within (1979)
Some Kind of Miracle (1979)
as Sam
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
as Dr. Geoffrey Howell, DDS
The Clone Master (1978)
as Dr. Simon Shane
A Small Town in Texas (1976)
as Boogie
Law and Order (1976)
Black Christmas (1974)
as Chris Hayden
Face-Off (1971)
as Billy Duke
The Proud Rider (1971)
Foxy Lady (1971)
as Football Star

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