Tom Jackson

One of Canada's most popular actors and country folk singers, Jackson is also well known as an entrepreneur. He was born to Rose, a Cree mother and Marshall, an English father on the One Arrow Reserve in Saskatchewan, Canada. His family moved to Namao, Alberta when he was seven years old. He moved with his family to Winnipeg, Manitoba at age fourteen. A year later, Jackson dropped out of high school taking a life on the streets for seven years. From these humble beginnings, he rose to become one of Canada's favorite and most honoured First Nations performers. Jackson founded the annual Huron Carole fund-raising concerts in 1987 in order to support the Salvation Army. His most notable television appearances were on Shining Time Station (1989) as Billy Twofeathers and North of 60 (1992) as Peter Kenidi. In January 2000, he was named to the Order of Canada, that country's highest civilian award. Jackson was the Chancellor of Trent University from 2009 to 2013.

Geburtstag: 27.10.1948

Geburtsort: One Arrow Reserve, Saskatchewan, Canada


Anzahl der Filme, die wir schon mit Tom Jackson gesehen haben: 1

Anzahl aller Filme, in denen Tom Jackson mitgespielt hat: 12

  • Pride of Lions
    Rolle: Sgt Robinson
  • Befriend and Betray
    Rolle: Guy Poirier
  • Skinwalkers
    Rolle: Will
  • Distant Drumming: A North of 60 Mystery
    Rolle: Peter Kenidi
  • Dream Storm: A North of 60 Mystery
    Rolle: Peter Kenidi
  • Trial By Fire: A North of 60 Mystery
    Rolle: Peter Kenidi
  • Grizzly Falls
    Rolle: Joshua
  • Medicine River
    Rolle: Harlen Bigbear
  • Clearcut
    Rolle: Tom Starblanket
  • Loyalties
    Rolle: Eddy