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Noah Spitzer is an actor, writer, and educator who holds a BFA (Honours) in Theatre: Performance Acting from Ryerson University. Since graduating, Noah has toured his highly acclaimed solo show, My Second Smile, across the country, from schools in Vancouver, Ottawa, and Richmond Hill, to the Factory Studio Theatre in Toronto, and to the 2013 Ottawa Fringe Festival. Past theatre credits include Jem in To Kill a Mockingbird at Young People’s Theatre (Dora Award Nomination: Outstanding Ensemble, Theatre for Young Audiences); Capulet in Romeo and Juliet (Old Flame Brewing Company); David in The Four of Us (Arts Court Ottawa); Theseus in Two Noble Kinsmen (Kinsmen Collective); Charlie Fox in Speed-the-Plow (33 Laurel Productions); Basho in The Bundle (The Edward Bond Festival); Chorus in Yichud (Seclusion) (Convergence/ Theatre Passe Muraille). As an educator, he has been a Teaching Assistant at Ryerson University and Young People's Theatre, as well as a guest artist at the elementary, secondary, and post-secondary level. Most recently, he played the role of young George Brady in Hana's Suitcase at Young People's Theatre (Dora Nomination, Outstanding Ensemble, TYA). The play opened YPT's 50th anniversary season before touring to Montreal's Geordie Productions and Seattle Children's Theatre. Noah is a proud member of Canadian Actor's Equity Association and ACTRA, and is represented by Ronda Cooper at The Characters Talent Agency. He is currently sitting on the Jury for the Dora Mavor Moore Awards, in the Theatre for Young Audiences division.