"It was a privilege to work with Colm Feore. He is a wonderful actor, a concerned and compassionate person. His interpretation of the scripts for “Secret Files of the Inquisition” is more than narration, he is a great storyteller."- David Rabinovitch, Director


Although born in the States, Colm Feore spent his first few years in Ireland before his family moved to Ottawa when he was three. Adopting Canada as his own, Colm Feore attended Canada's National Theatre School and joined the prestigious Stratford Festival, where he became Associate Director in 1981.

During his 13 seasons at Stratford, he achieved fame as one of Canada's premiere stage actors, playing virtually all of Shakespeare's leading men from Richard III and Iago, to Romeo and well as many other characters in classical and contemporary plays. His first film experience was a number of filmed plays he did at Stratford such as The Boys from Syracuse and The Taming of the Shrew (playing the lead in both of them).

While continuing his work on the stage, Colm Feore also frequently acted in television and film and is especially well-known for his performance in the title role of Thirty-Two Short Films About Glenn Gould. Other notable films include Iron Eagle II, Face/Off, City of Angels, The Red Violin (which won him a Jutra Award), The Insider, Titus, Pearl Harbor and The Perfect Son (for which he earned a Genie nomination for Best Actor).

In television, Colm Feore has landed many roles including Albert in the telefilm Forget Me Never, Rudolf Hess in the miniseries Nuremberg, and Admiral Aaron in Creature. He has also made numerous guest appearances on such series as Napoleon, War of the Worlds, Forever Knight, Due South, La Femme Nikita, The West Wing and Boston Public. In 2002, he won a Gemini award for his performance as Canada's controversial and flamboyant former Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau in the CBC mini-series Trudeau and in 2005, he has worked on the mini-series Empire.