Kent Nolan

Born and raised in Regina Saskatchewan, Kent Nolan was an actor and filmmaker. Kent began acting in musical theatre, studying drama, dance and voice when he was just five years old, and eventually moved into film by age twelve. At sixteen Kent wrote and directed his first award winning short film entitled "Presage", leading to a new-found love for film-making. After he graduated high school, Kent moved to Toronto to train in classical acting at the prestigious George Brown Theatre School.

Having appeared in over forty theatre productions, Kent was also featured in over twenty films and television series. He has noted some of his career highlights include working with Academy Award nominated filmmaker, Terry Gilliam, John N. Smith, Jennifer Lynch, as well as starring in the feature Stage Fright by Sundance award winner, Jerome Sable.

At the time of his death Kent had been hard at work developing his debut feature as a writer/director.

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  • Known For
  • Born
    26 December 1989
  • Place of Birth
    Regina - Saskatchewan - Canada
  • Died
    8 September 2014 (aged 24)