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Jonathan Lachlan-Stewart

Jonathan Lachlan Stewart
Born Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Occupation Actor/Voice actor/Playwright

Jonathan Lachlan Stewart is a Canadian actor and playwright.

Stewart was born and educated in Edmonton, and began writing plays when he was twelve years old, and in elementary school. Some were performed at the Edmonton International Fringe Festival. Later, he studied theatre at Studio 58, in Vancouver. In 2004, he co-founded a theatre company, Surreal SoReal, with Vincent Forcier, which tours the country with original plays.[1]

Stewart's play writing credits include Little Room (nominated for two Edmonton Sterling Awards), Grumplestock's (co-written and published in the NextFest anthology),[2] Twisted Thing (honorable mention, Larry Corse world-wide playwriting contest), Eleanor, and The City Green. He has been nominated for a Jessie Award for his acting in Vancouver theatre.[3]

Stewart also workes as a voice actor with the Calgary-based Blue Water Studios, to voice Kamille Bidan in the English dub of Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam. He was also the voice of Kamille in most of the Gundam games that Kamille appeared in until the Dynasty Warriors Gundam series. Currently he is providing the voice of Miwa for the first season of the English adaptation of the Cardfight!! Vanguard.

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External links

  • Surreal So Real Theatre, Official site.
  • Jonathan Lachlan-Stewart at Crystal Acids
  • Anime News Network's Encyclopedia
  • Internet Movie Database
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