Daniel Gilmour

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Daniel Gilmour (1985 - 2023) made eleven appearances with Merlyn Productions, and often assisted behind-the-scenes.

Daniel was first seen in “A Tragedian In Spite of Himself” for ChekhovFest 2014. He continued on to play an ogre, a heroic side-kick, a peasant with scalp disease, the non-human title role in “The Beggar and the Wolf”, and all of the male characters in the company's famous 3-handed rendition of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”.

Other credits from around Winnipeg include “Radio Night” (2017) and “And Then There Were None” (ChristieFest 2017) with Winnipeg Mennonite Theatre; “Table Manners” (AyckbourneFest 2016) with Broken Record Productions; and “Arcadia” (StoppardFest 2007) with Theatre Incarnate.

Daniel also played a recurring role as grumpy teacher Mr Morgan for three seasons on ShawTV's award-winning series, “Millworth”. He received his training at the University of Manitoba, where he was a proud member of the Black Hole Theatre Company.

Offstage, Daniel worked as an Early Childhood Educator. He was an avid board game player, sports fan, and self-described “wannabe Karaoke star” who enjoyed taking naps.

Last Updated: December 18, 2023
Status: In MemoriamJoined: December 16, 2013Seasons: 6
Productions: 15On Stage: 11On Staff/Crew: 4

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