Daniel MacIvor

Daniel MacIvor

Daniel MacIvor is the co-writer and star of House directed by Laurie Lynd, and writer and star of the Genie Award winning musical short The Fairy Who Didn't Want To Be A Fairy Anymore, also directed by Lynd. His short films Permission and Until I Hear From You both premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and his short tapes Margaret Atwood and the Problem with Canada and Wake Up Jerk Off, have played to great acclaim internationally. As an actor he has appeared in Thom Fitzgerald's Beefcake, in Don McKellar's inventive CBC series Twitch City, and in Jeremy Podeswa's The Five Senses for which he was nominated for a Genie. With Producer Sherrie Johnson, Daniel is the artistic director of the international touring theatre company da da kamera, recently winning a Village Voice Obie Award for their New York production of MacIvor's play In On It. In addition to writing the feature film adaptation of his play Marion Bridge, MacIvor also recently directed his first feature, Past Perfect. As director, writer, and star MacIvor adds Wilby Wonderful to his already impressive list of film, television and theatrical credits.