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Alan John Scarfe (born June 8, 1946) is a British-born Genie Award winning Canadianmarker actor. He is a former Associate Director of the Stratford Festival and the Everyman Theatremarker in Liverpoolmarker. He won the 1985 Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role for his role in The Bay Boy and earned two other Genie nominations as well as a Gemini Award nomination.

Scarfe was born in London, Englandmarker, United Kingdommarker, the son of Gladys Ellen (née Hunt) and Neville Vincent Scarfe, both university professors. He has a son named Jonathan Scarfe whose mother is Sara Botsford. He is married to Barbara March and they have a daughter. He has two brothers; Colin Scarfe who was a professor of astronomy at the University of Victoriamarker, and Brian Scarfe, who was a professor of economics at the University of Manitobamarker, University of Albertamarker, University of Reginamarker, a senior university administrator at Alberta and Regina, and an Economics Consultant.

Scarfe played NSA member Dr. Bradley Talmadge, the director of the Backstep Project operations, on the UPN series Seven Days. He also had guest roles as two separate Romulan characters in Star Trek: The Next Generation and as Magistrate Augris in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Resistance". In 2003 he co-starred in Burn: The Robert Wraight Story.

References

  1. Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television official website, last accessed November 5, 2007
  2. Alan Scarfe Biography (1946-)
  3. Colin Scarfe - University of Victoria


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