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Brendan Fletcher (born December 15, 1981) is a Canadian actor. He first gained recognition as a child actor, being nominated for a Gemini Award for his acting debut in the made-for-television film Little Criminals and winning a Leo Award for his role in the TV series Caitlin's Way. He subsequently won the Genie Award for Best Leading Actor for John Greyson's The Law of Enclosures, and was nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Turning Paige.
Fletcher is known for playing troubled, eccentric, or unhinged characters, and is considered a character actor.
He has appeared in high-profile films like Tideland, Freddy vs. Jason, Citizen Gangster, The Revenant, and Violent Night. He had the leading role in Uwe Boll's Rampage trilogy, playing mass murderer Bill Williamson. He has also appeared in television series such as Smallville, Supernatural, The Pacific, Rogue, Hell on Wheels, Siren, Arrow, and Superman & Lois.
Fletcher was born in Comox Valley, British Columbia, and went to junior high school at Lake Trail in Courtenay, British Columbia.
His acting debut was in 1995 in the CBC television movie Little Criminals, earning him a Gemini Award nomination. His filmography includes Tideland, Freddy vs. Jason, Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed, Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning, The Five Senses, Air Bud, Rampage 1-3, Eighteen, and Law of Enclosures.
He also played Stirling Patterson (nickname: Stink) in The Adventures of Shirley Holmes, appeared as Eric Anderson in Caitlin's Way and as Max in the Supernatural episode "Nightmare" and he appeared in the season 8 episode "Injustice" of Smallville as Rudy Jones aka The Parasite. He portrayed PFC Bill Leyden in the HBO miniseries The Pacific, which received a number of prestigious accolades including a Peabody Award and eight Primetime Emmys.
The Revenant as Fryman