Ian Tracey

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Ian Tracey (born June 26, 1964) is a Canadian Leo- and Gemini Award-winning actor. Over the years, Tracey has participated in over seventy films and television series. Tracey has starred in series like Da Vinci's Inquest and Intelligence, both CBC television series produced by long-time colleague Chris Haddock. He is also well known for his role as the title character in 1979's Huckleberry Finn and His Friends. Tracey was born on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. He grew up in British Columbia's Port Coquitlam. A performer at a young age, Tracey started working at the age of 11, playing in the 1976 film The Keeper starring Christopher Lee. He is also the father of actor Keenan Tracey. Tracey's recent feature film credits include Prozac Nation, Owning Mahowny, with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Kevin Costner's western Open Range and Christopher Nolan's 2001 thriller Insomnia. In 1999, Tracey won the Leo Award for Best Performance by a Male in a Feature Length Drama for Rupert's Land.
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