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Born: November 13, 1965 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Hamilton, Ontario, CA Profession: actor

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Tall, dark-haired, freckled-faced Canadian Rick Roberts was touted as "heartthrob" material with his co-starring role as idealistic physician Evan Newman in the CBS series "L.A. Doctors" (1998-99). Born and raised in Edmonton, the good-looking actor trained at Montreal's National Theatre School of Canada and spent seasons in repertory, honing his craft in such classics as "Richard III" and "King Lear". In 1994, Roberts made his film debut (and copped a Best Supporting Actor Genie nomination) as a bartender in "Love and Human Remains", a dark look at sexuality and romance in the age of AIDS. He landed the regular role of an ambitious twentysomething financier in the Canadian series "Traders" (1996-98; aired on Lifetime in the USA) before displaying a more softer side in his star-making role as one of a group of physicians attempting to buck the trend toward managed care by putting their patients' needs first.

Tall, dark-haired, freckled-faced Canadian Rick Roberts was touted as "heartthrob" material with his co-starring role as idealistic physician Evan Newman in the CBS series "L.A. Doctors" (1998-99). Born and raised in Edmonton, the good-looking actor trained at Montreal's National Theatre School of Canada and spent seasons in repertory, honing his craft in such classics as "Richard III" and "King Lear". In 1994, Roberts made his film debut (and copped a Best Supporting Actor Genie nomination) as a bartender in "Love and Human Remains", a dark look at sexuality and romance in the age of AIDS. He landed the regular role of an ambitious twentysomething financier in the Canadian series "Traders" (1996-98; aired on Lifetime in the USA) before displaying a more softer side in his star-making role as one of a group of physicians attempting to buck the trend toward managed care by putting their patients' needs first.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Still (2013)
2.
 Foxfire (2012)
3.
 Pontypool (2008)
4.
 Phantom Punch (2008)
5.
 Passage (2008)
7.
 Night of Terror (2006)
8.
 Man of the Year (2006)
9.
 Haunting Sarah (2005)
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Raised in Edmonton, Canada
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After studying at the National Theatre School, appeared in regional theater throughout Canada
1994:
Feature acting debut as the bartender Robert in "Love and Human Remains"; received Genie nomination as Best Supporting Actor
1995:
Cast as a reporter in the Showtime movie "The Man in the Attic"
1995:
Co-starred in the film "Waiting for Michelangelo"; reteamed with Ruth Marshall
1996:
Played rising financier Donald D'Arby in the Canadian TV series "Traders" (aired on Lifetime in the USA)
1998:
Played Dr. Evan Newman on the CBS series "L.A. Doctors"
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Education

University of Alberta: Edmonton , Alberta -
National Theatre School: Montreal , Quebec -

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wife:
Marjorie Campbell. Actor.

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son:
Benjamin Roberts. Born c. 1994.
son:
Isaac Roberts. Born c. 1997.

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