Glen Gould is a Mi’kmaq Actor/Director/Musician from Unama'ki'k (aka Cape Breton Island), Nova Scotia on Unama’ki’k (aka Cape Breton Island). He has a very successful career, appearing in a numerous amount of Theatre, TV & Film productions throughout North America. Some notable television appearances include: North of 60, First Wave, So Weird, Dark Angel, The Relic Hunter, The Chris Isaak Show, The 4400, with recurring roles on DaVinci’s Inquest (which earned him a nomination for Best Performance by a Supporting Male in a Dramatic Series at the 2003 Leo Awards in Vancouver) and DaVinci’s City Hall, the mini-series Rough and recently completed shooting Season One of APTN & Global TV’s Cashing In which is due to air this spring.
He has also appeared in such films as: Louis LaMour’s Crossfire Trail, Lola, Yellowknife, the BBC Docu-Drama Monsters We Met, The Reawakening (Which earned him a nomination for Best Supporting Male in a Feature Film at the 2004 American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco), the CTV movies One Dead Indian, and Elijah, in which he starred as Phil Fontaine, the feature film Older Than America in which he co-starred with Adam Beach, Wes Studi and Tantoo Cardinal.
Glen has also starred in the short films The Winter Chill, co-starring with Dakota House (North of 60) and most recently he has starred in Jeff Barnaby’s short film The Colony, which has won a numerous amount of awards.
In addition to Theatre, TV & Film, Glen is also the voice of Bill Tukyuk on the award winning animated series Yvon of The Yukon.
Glen has also embarked on a career as a musician, sharing stages with the likes of musicians such as Roy Forbes, Veda Hille, Rae Spoon, George Leach, Red Bone, Wayne Lavallee, Sandy Scofeild & many others. He plans on recording his debut CD this winter