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Noah Spitzer holds a BFA (Honours) in Theatre: Performance Acting from Ryerson University. Since graduating, Noah has toured his highly acclaimed solo show, My Second Smile, across the country, from schools in Vancouver, Ottawa, and Toronto, to the Factory Studio Theatre and the Ottawa Fringe Festival. He has been nominated for two Dora Mavor Moore Awards for his work at Young People's Theatre, playing Jem in To Kill a Mockingbird and George Brady in Hana's Suitcase, which toured to Montreal's Geordie Productions and Seattle Children's Theatre. He's also worked professionally with companies including Convergence Theatre, Factory Theatre, and Studio 180, and has been featured in films and in national and viral commercials. As an educator, he has been a Teaching Assistant at Ryerson University and a Resident Artist-Educator at Young People's Theatre, as well as a guest artist at the elementary, secondary, and post-secondary level. Noah has been a Jury Captain for the Dora Mavor Moore Awards, in the Theatre for Young Audiences division. Noah is a proud member of Canadian Actor's Equity Association and ACTRA, and is represented by Larissa Giroux at OAZ. He played the role of Colin Fry in the feature film Georgetown, directed by and starring Academy Award-winner Christoph Waltz, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival, and was released on Paramount+ and Netflix.

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