BEAU HAN BRIDGE
Actor & Filmmaker
Beau Han Bridge is a mixed Chinese/Canadian film actor, director, and playwright. He holds a Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Contemporary Art and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology/Psychology from Simon Fraser University, and has written and performed in a variety of films and plays. Besides wrapping up the role of Zane Han in CBC Gem’s upcoming limited Murdoch Mysteries YA Spin-off series Macy Murdoch (CBC), his select film and television actor credits include Fangers (Netflix), Death Note (Netflix), The Romeo Section (CBC), Story of a Girl (Lifetime), and Imaginary Mary (ABC).
As a theatre playwright, his original play Above The Hospital (Midtwenties Theatre Society) has been covered in several national media outlets, including CBC News and Vancouver Sun. He is also a founding member of the Midtwenties Theatre Society in Vancouver and has acted or produced other theatre productions, including the original play Persephone’s Cave (Frigid Fest NYC) , and contemporary adaptations of This is Our Youth (Midtwenties), The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant (Vancouver Fringe), and Two Modern Noh Plays by Yukio Mishima (Vancouver Fringe), which he won the 2019 Joanna Maratta Award for.
Photo Credit - Yash Kini