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R.H. Thomson
Born Robert Holmes Thomson
(1947-09-24) September 24, 1947 (age 70)
Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actor
Years active 1978 – present
Spouse(s) Laurie Matheson
Children 2

Robert Holmes "R. H." Thomson, CM (born September 24, 1947) is a Canadian television, film and stage actor.

Thomson was born in Richmond Hill, Ontario. He studied at the University of Toronto, and the National Theatre School. His own play The Lost Boys was staged at the Great Canadian Theatre Company in March 2000 and at Canadian Stage in February 2002. He has also hosted programming for CBC Radio and CBC Television.

In 2010, he was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada.[1] In May 2015 Thomson received a Governor General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement. Eric Peterson performed in his honour at the gala celebrating the laureates at the National Arts Centre.[2]

Thomson has portrayed a number of historical figures including Samuel Lount, Edsel Ford, Dr. Frederick Banting, Duncan Campbell Scott, Mitchell Sharp, and James Cross.

Thompson is married with two sons; Macintosh and Andrew.[3]

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  • The Land Between: Haliburton Forest
  • The Legend Library: David French

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[ Episode 3 Preview: The Haliburton Forest ] >> NARRATOR: The Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve is a three hundred square kilometer, privately owned forest located in the northern reaches of The Land Between. It is Canada’s first ‘sustainable forest.’ >> PETER SCHLEIFENBAUM: The lands were originally owned by the timber barons that came into this country in the 1860s and the 1870s. The method of choice of dealing with the forest at the time was high grading, which means all the good timber is being removed, and not only that, but in the process a lot of the remaining forest is being damaged. And that has happened through several rotations, so really when Haliburton Forest was formed in the 1960s - there really wasn’t a lot of usable timber. So since then, because obviously takes a century to rebuild a forest like this, we’ve been trying to improve and rebuild the forest to its original glory. Overall the basic principal that we apply here at Halliburton Forest, in terms of timber harvesting, is referred to as ‘single tree selection harvest.’ So we literally look at each tree individually, and then they mark the trees for removal. Commonly, one out of four, one out of five trees in a forest is being marked. And the harvesting then focuses on those trees - take those out of the forest as benignly and carefully as possible. When Haliburton Forest was created, there really was no resource to speak of that was able to carry the operation sustainably. And one of the other things that I think is crucially vital for us to remember is - there is no ecological sustainability without economic sustainability. If we can’t afford it, we can’t do it. And the manager at the time started to incorporate camping into the fabric of Haliburton Forest. Once camping, which is predominately a summer use, was established and thriving, staff were on site here - and the staffs obviously didn’t like to be laid off in the fall, and that’s what brought snowmobiling on the scene. And to this day, Haliburton Forest is really the only, truly private snowmobiling operation in the world. And from that then flowed all the other uses that today make up the overall fabric of the Forest, where about half of our revenues are being derived from income not related to timber or resource use at all. We have a very strong research partnership with a number of organizations - the most prominent being the Faculty of Forestry at the University of Toronto. And throughout the summer, there’s probably twenty-five to thirty researchers living on site, and carrying out the various research projects. The rationale being that you need to know what you’re talking about and what you’re dealing with first before you actually start to do something. The concept that we’re following in our management approach is referred to as ‘adaptive management.’ So whenever we see something happening, something that we should change, we do change it - immediately. So we don’t have to wait for another five or ten year plan to be drawn up, as governments often do.

Contents

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1979 L'Homme en colère Borke
1981 Ticket to Heaven Linc Strunc
1981 Surfacing David
1981 Happy Memories Rick
1982 If You Could See What I Hear Will Sly
1983 Snow Jim Short
1985 Vision Quest Kevin
1985 Martin's Day Paul Mennen
1985 Samuel Lount Samuel Lount
1987 And Then You Die Det. Sgt. James McGrath
1987 Wednesday's Children: David Jim Short
1989 First Season, TheThe First Season Eric Anderson
1990 Defy Gravity Bill Fiddich
1991 Quarrel, TheThe Quarrel Chaim Kovler
1993 Lotus Eaters, TheThe Lotus Eaters Hal Kingswood
1994 Max Andy Blake
1995 Duncan Campbell Scott: The Poet and the Indians Duncan Campbell Scott
1997 Twilight of the Ice Nymphs Dr. Isaac Solti
1997 Silent Cradle David Greg
1998 Bone Daddy Stone
2000 Bonhoeffer: Agent of Grace Knobloch
2006 Population 436 Sheriff Jim Calcutt Video
2006 Who Loves the Sun Arthur Bloom
2008 Well Kept Secrets - Athanassia Manuel
2009 Chloe Frank
2010 New Year Terry Cook
2010 Whirligig Andre
2011 Jesus Henry Christ Billy Herman
20?? Clara Dr. Rickman Post-production

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1979 American Christmas Carol, AnAn American Christmas Carol Thatcher TV film
1980 Population of One John Trueman TV film
1981 Escape from Iran: The Canadian Caper Lee Schatz TV film
1983 Terry Fox Story, TheThe Terry Fox Story Dr. Simon TV film
1983 Cornet at Night The Stranger TV film
1984 Charlie Grant's War Charlie Grant TV film
1985 Ray Bradbury Theater, TheThe Ray Bradbury Theater Morgan "The Crowd"
1986 Marriage Bed, TheThe Marriage Bed Dr. Jeff Reilly TV film
1986 Philip Marlowe, Private Eye Frank Barsley "Red Wind"
1987 Stranger in My Bed Dr. Davidson TV film
1987 Screen Two Wilf Hawthorne "Heaven on Earth"
1987 Ford: The Man and the Machine Edsel Ford TV film
1987 Moonlighting Dr. Steven Hill "Tale in Two Cities", "Father Knows Last"
1988 Glory Enough for All Dr. Frederick Banting TV film
1988 Campbells, TheThe Campbells Andrew Jordan "Last Time Around"
1988 Twilight Zone, TheThe Twilight Zone Dr. Burrell "Our Selena Is Dying"
1989 Champagne Charlie Robert Morgan TV film
1989 Love and Hate Gerry Allbright TV film
1990-96 Road to Avonlea Jasper Dale Regular role
1991 Mark Twain and Me Albert Paine TV film
1992-93 By Way of the Stars Priest TV miniseries
1993 Bonds of Love Jake Hobart TV film
1994 Babymaker: The Dr. Cecil Jacobson Story, TheThe Babymaker: The Dr. Cecil Jacobson Story Bill Castellano TV film
1994 My Breast Luke TV film
1994 Bizet's Dream Delaborde / Escamillo TV film
1995 Net Worth Milton Mound TV film
1996 Murder at My Door Ed McNair TV film
1999 Cry Rape Ray Marcassi TV film
1999 P.T. Barnum James Anthony Bailey TV film
2000 Dinosaur Hunter, TheThe Dinosaur Hunter Rev. Smythe TV film
2000 Secret Adventures of Jules Verne, TheThe Secret Adventures of Jules Verne Count Nicolai Kugarin "Rocket to the Moon"
2001 Associates, TheThe Associates Angus MacGregor "Headfirst Into Hell"
2001 Royal Scandal, TheThe Royal Scandal Mycroft Holmes TV film
2001 University Harry Copeland TV series
2002 Stork Derby, TheThe Stork Derby Hugh McLean TV film
2002 Trudeau Mitchell Sharp TV film
2002 Battle of Mary Kay, TheThe Battle of Mary Kay Richard Rogers TV film
2002 Tom Stone Peter Krieghoff "Deal"
2003 Bugs Reynolds TV film
2003 Piano Man's Daughter, TheThe Piano Man's Daughter Frederick Wyatt TV film
2003 Full-Court Miracle Rabbi Lewis TV film
2004 Human Cargo Peter Fowler TV miniseries
2006 Prairie Giant Dr. Moulds TV miniseries
2006 October 1970 James Cross TV miniseries
2008 Englishman's Boy, TheThe Englishman's Boy Tom Hardwick TV miniseries
2010 Republic of Doyle Francis Chafe "The Tell-Tale Safe"
2012 King Randall King "Freddy Boise"
2013 Cracked Robert Kelly "The Valley"
2016 Love's Complicated Senator TV film
2017 Anne Matthew Cuthbert TV series

Awards

Wins

Nominations

Sources

  1. ^ Governor General announces 74 new appointments to the Order of Canada
  2. ^ "R.H. Thomson". Governor General's Performing Arts Awards. Governor General's Performing Arts Awards Foundation. Retrieved 20 August 2015. 
  3. ^ At home with actor R.H. Thomson

Sources

  • R. H. Thomson. Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia. Athabasca University; accessdate January 25, 2010.

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