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Beau Han Bridge is a Chinese Canadian Film Director, Actor, and Theatre Artist. He holds an MFA in Film Production and a Graduate Diploma in Asian Studies from York University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Psychology from Simon Fraser University. As a Film Director, his works have been screened at festivals such as the 2024 Dance on Camera Festival (New York), 2023 Beijing International Short Film Festival (Beijing), 2023 Vancouver Asian Film Festival (Canada), and 2023 San Diego Asian Film Festival (USA), to name a few.

As a Film Actor, he currently performs as the lead character Zane in CBC and Shaftesbury’s Murdoch Mysteries Tween-show spin-off Macy Murdoch (CBC), and has performed cameo’s in the Netflix series I Woke Up A Vampire (2023), Netflix’s anime adaption of Death Note (2017), Lifetime’s Story of a Girl (2017), CBC’s The Romeo Section (2017), and ABC’s Imaginary Mary (2017).

As a Theatre Artist, Beau has previously produced seven stage plays under his non-profit theatre company Midtwenties Theatre Society, including three critically received stage adaptations of Lonergan’s This is Our Youth (2018), Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant (2020), and Yukio Mishima’s Two Modern Not Plays: Hanjo & Sotoba Komachi (2021), with the latter winning the Joanna Maratta Producing Award at the 2021 Vancouver Fringe Festival. For the other three original plays produced, he also served as playwright (Above The Hospital | 2019 & Molly Misbegotten | 2019) as well as acted in one (Persephone’s Cave | 2020).

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