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Chris Earle

Christopher Earle is a Canadian actor, playwright and theater director. He is best known for his 1999 play Radio :30, which won the Floyd S. Chalmers Canadian Play Award in 2001. His other plays have included Russell Hill, Runnymede, The Proceedings, Democrats Abroad and Big Head Goes to Bed. He is married to actress and theater director Shari Hollett. The two first met as members of The Second City's Toronto stage company, for which Earle has also directed. Their son Sam Earle is also an actor, who appeared on Degrassi and in a 2013 revival of Radio :30
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