John B. Lowe

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John B. Lowe

John B. Lowe is an actor, filmmaker, teacher. He has been working in theatre, film and TV for over 30 years.

According to IMDb known for

  • The Butterfly Effect (2004)
  • A Haunting in Connecticut (2009)
  • Reasonable Doubt (2014)
  • Fido (2006)


John has appeared on many stages across Canada. He played Winston Churchill in The Audience for Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre and Mirvish Productions. He has performed in The Unnecessary Farce and Harvey at Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre and at Prairie Theatre Exchange in Rick Chafe’s critically acclaimed play, The Secret Mask, as well as The Savannah Disputation and Having Hope At Home. His many other theatre credits include, Here On The Flight Path, For The Pleasure of Seeing Her Again and The Drawer Boy for Sunshine Theatre, An Inspector Calls for The Chemainus Theatre, Measure For Measure at The Citadel Theatre and appearances in Dear Santa and Over The River and Through The Woods for Western Canada Theatre.


John recently played principal and supporting roles in the feature films, Juliana and the Medicine Fish, Reasonable Doubt, Silent Night, Euphoria and Hunting Season and the TV Movie The Christmas Heart.

He has performed principal roles in many other feature films and TV movies such as A Dream of Christmas, Lucky Christmas, Locked Down, The Don Cherry Story, The Hessen Affair, The Secrets of Comfort House, Fido and The Butterfly Effect, with supporting roles in Trapped and Disney’s The Ultimate Christmas Present.

John is a regular in the comedy series, Tiny Plastic Men. He was a regular in the APTN TV Series, Cashing In and the CBC TV series Nothing Too Good For A Cowboy. John has made guest appearances on many TV shows such as The Pinkertons, Less Than Kind, Millennium, X-Files, First Wave, The Immortal, Beggars and Choosers, The New Addams Family, Cold Squad and others.


John has produced, written and directed several short film projects including the award-winning short, Windows Of White. He produced and wrote the shorts Just One, A Fly Flew Over, W(or)K, Art Ephemeral, and With a B and is developing several new projects for Broccolo Creative.


John B. Lowe, has taught acting for many professional and community film and theatre programs since 1989. John was the School and Community Programs Director at Prairie Theatre Exchange, for 10 years, where he taught and coached emerging and established professional actors, specializing in theatre and acting for the camera.

John has facilitated Corporate training workshops for such organizations as: CHUM Radio group, Aboriginal People’s Television (APTN), Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce, University of Winnipeg, Manitoba Hydro and Manitoba Parks.

He has taught acting, theatre and film for many Arts and Academic organizations including The University of Manitoba, The Citadel Theatre, Sunshine Theatre, Western Canada Theatre, The Okanagan School of The Arts, CATO and others. He also spent four years as the artistic director of St. Albert Children’s Theatre.

Represented by; Tyman Stewart, The Characters Talent Agency (604) 733-9800


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