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Montreal, Quebec

Canadian actor Yannick D. Bisson is best known for playing Detective William Murdoch in the hit television series “Murdoch Mysteries” and “Mr. Anthony’ in “The Adventures of Napkin Man,” a children’s television program. He is also well known for playing the lead characters in the drama series “Learning the Ropes” and “High Tide.” Additionally, the actor has had recurring appearances in the television series “Soul Food,” “Undergrads,” and “Falcon Beach.” He appeared as a guest star on numerous shows. Bisson has appeared in the feature films “Toby McTeague,” “Velocity Trap,” “Casino Jack,” and “Another WolfCop.” Speaking of his accolades, the Canadian actor won the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards for “Best Host in a Pre-School, Children’s or Youth Program or Series” for his work on “The Adventures of Napkin Man.” He also won the Fan’s Choice Award at the ceremony. For his lifetime of effort, Bisson also received the “ACTRA Toronto Award of Excellence.”

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Career of Yannick Bisson

Yannick Bisson made his television debut in the 1984 movie “Hockey Night.” He then made an appearance in the movie “Toby McTeague.” He was chosen to play Mark Randall in the 1988 television series “Learning the Ropes.” The actor then worked on the TV film series “Gold” after making cameo appearances in the shows “C.B.C.’s Magic Hour” and “Street Legal” the following year. He began as Joey Barrett in the television series “High Tide” in 1994. Bisson appeared in the television film “Young at Heart” a year later.

In 1999, he started as Richmond P. Hobson, Jr., in the television series “Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy.” He also made an appearance in the movie “Velocity Trap” that same year. The Canadian actor played a recurrent part in “Soul Food” from 2000 to 2004. After that, he appeared as a cast member on “Undergrads” in 2001. In addition to appearing in the TV movies “I Do” and “Crazy for Christmas,” Bisson began playing Jack Hudson in the series “Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye” in 2002. He appeared in the television series “Falcon Beach” five years later.

In 2008, he became Det. William Murdoch in the cast of “Murdoch Mysteries.” The actor appeared in the short film “Nothing Really Matters” that same year. His next role was Oscar Carillo in the 2010 movie “Casino Jack.” Bisson played Mr. Anthony on the children’s TV show “The Adventures of Napkin Man” in 2013 and 2014. He then had the chance to work in the 2016 films “Another WolfCop” “The Julius House: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery” and “Three Bedrooms, One Corpse: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery” as well as a variety of TV movies.

Individual Life of Yannick Bisson

On May 16, 1969, in Montreal, Quebec, Yannick D. Bisson was given the name Yannick Bisson. Since May 26, 1990, he has been wed to Chantal Craig, his wife. The three daughters of the couple are Brianna, Dominique, and Mikaela.

Yannick Bisson Net Worth

A Canadian actor who works in both film and television, Yannick Bisson has a $5 million fortune. He was born in Montreal, Quebec, on May 16, 1969, and rose to popularity around the world as the star of the renowned Murdoch Mysteries. He spent his teenage years in Toronto, Ontario, where he studied acting and made his stage debut at the age of 13. Bisson’s big break came when he starred alongside Megan Follows and Rick Moranis in CBC’s critically acclaimed 1984 film of the week, Hockey Night.

After that, he appeared in the Canadian drama Learning the Ropes (1988-1989). He first became well-known to the public in 1994 because to the syndicated action series High Tide. He played the lawyer Brian Tedrow on the Showtime program Soul Food from 2000 to 2004 in a recurring role. Thereafter, he had a ton more TV appearances, including ones on shows like Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy and Falcon Beach as well as films like Crazy for Christmas, I do (but I don’t), Brothers by Choice, Keshan, and Loves Music, Loves to Dance, among others. But it was his performance of the main character in the CBC Television drama series Murdoch Mysteries that propelled him to international fame. In addition, he made his directing debut with “Buffalo Shuffle,” an episode of Murdoch Mysteries from the fourth season. Off-screen, he is married to Chantal Craig, an actress, and the two of them have three daughters.