Bringing laughter to people across Canada and around the world, Lorne is an Actor + Director well known for his role as “Sgt. Davis Quinton” on 6 seasons of the hit, Gemini award-winning comedy series Corner Gas.
Lorne was on the road to becoming a teacher before changing his path. Even though he made the switch, numerous years directing both tv and theatre means Lorne is no stranger to teaching and facilitation. As the first UBC “Phil Lind Multicultural Artist in Residence” Lorne spent several weeks speaking and mentoring in the theatre arts and film programs working with a range of 1st year students to Masters’ level learners.
In addition to schools, Lorne speaks and works with youth, young offenders & youth at risk, community & charitable organizations and fundraising events. He has guest facilitated audition workshops as well as joining in on Humour For Health workshops with Monique for team-building, staff retreats and health & wellness conferences.
Humour For Health offers up some of the most important things Lorne loves about Directing – helping others learn new skills and build confidence – with the added bonus of having a focus on the spirit of play and fun.
EDUCATION + EXPERIENCE
- Lorne on IMDB
- Directing theatre & episodic tv
- Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Acting – University of Alberta
- Doctor of Letters honoris causa – Thompson Rivers University
- First 2 years of a BEd program – University of Alberta
- Inaugural “Phil Lind Multicultural Artist in Residence” – University of British Columbia
- 2 Gemini awards
- 2007 Corner Gas Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series
- 2008 Wapos Bay Best Performance by an Individual or Ensemble Cast in an Animated Production
- Host of Indigenous Music Awards 2006 to 2015
- Clown and Character workshop – Cheryl Cashman
Find out more about Lorne at www.lornecardinal.com
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