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Sean Roberge

Sean Roberge
Born (1972-11-01)November 1, 1972
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Died July 29, 1996(1996-07-29) (aged 23)
Canada
Years active 1985-1995

Sean Brené Roberge (November 1, 1972 – July 29, 1996) was a Canadian actor with a long list of credits in Canadian and American television.

Life and career

He was born in Toronto, Ontario on November 1 in 1972. His parents were Rene and Brenda. He began his career as a young Canadian actor. His career was mostly guesting roles, although he played Joe Casper in the second season of T. and T. and Roger Taft for three years in the syndicated Tarzan series.

He also appeared in such TV and films as Maniac Mansion, Danger Bay, The Campbells, Street Legal, My Secret Identity, Neon Rider, Forever Knight, Tek War, Adderly, Straight Line, Going to War, Road to Avonlea, Katts and Dog and Lena: My 100 Children.

He has also done voices for children's cartoons including Garbage Pail Kids, Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater, Beverly Hills Teens, The New Archies, WildC.A.T.S., The Care Bears, Sylvanian Families and Babar.

At the 6th Annual Gemini Awards, his portrayal of Ralph in C.B.C.'s Magic Hour episode "The Prom" (1990) earned him a nomination for Best Actor in a Dramatic Program or Miniseries.

He was killed in a car accident on July 29, 1996 at the age of 23.

He played electric guitar with the bands Willy Phosphorus, Days of Heaven and Raunch.

Among the talented people he admired were actors Christopher Walken and Eric Roberts, and musicians Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton.

His hobbies included playing guitar and driving.

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