Peter MacNeill has amassed a wide array of film and television credits over a career spanning more than three decades. He was most recently seen in “Kitt Kittridge: An American Girl,” as well as roles in “Cinderella Man,” David Cronenberg’s “A History of Violence,” Kevin Costner’s “Open Range,” “Geraldine’s Fortune” and “Talk to Me,” opposite Don Cheadle. In 1997 MacNeill received a 1997 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as ‘Whiskey Mac’ in Thom Fitzgerald’s “The Hanging Garden.”
On television, MacNeill recently completed the CBC biopic “Victor,” based on the life of Olympic gold medalist Victor Davis, “The House Next Door” for Lifetime and the six-part CBC series “North/South.” In 2003, he won a Gemini Award as Best Supporting Actor for his work on “The Eleventh Hour,” and was nominated for a Gemini in 1994 for his performance in “Gross Misconduct” and again in 1998 for his role in “Penelope Buitenhuis’ Giant Mine.”
MacNeill’s extensive list of television credits includes “Queer as Folk,” “Framed,” “Blue Moon,” the fact-based “Long Island Incident” and “My Own Country” with Marisa Tomei. He also appeared in “Storm of the Century,” a mini-series based on the book by Stephen King. In recent years, MacNeill completed work on a feature called "Sea Wolf," and filmed a guest-starring role on CBC's "The Border," in addition to a lead in a CBC pilot called "The Republic of Doyle." He also starred in the CBC show "Call Me Fitz," with Jason Priestley.