CANADIAN ACTOR ENTERS 40TH YEAR “EMERGING ARTIST”

We love the Beaverton! Canada’s film and theatre industries came together yesterday in celebration as Kenneth Barnes, a 60-year-old veteran actor with hundreds of plays, tv shows, and films under his belt,

TORONTO – Canada’s film and theatre industries came together yesterday in celebration as Kenneth Barnes, a 60-year-old veteran actor with hundreds of plays, tv shows, and films under his belt, proudly announced that after four decades of hard work, he had officially been honoured with Canada’s prestigious “Best Up-And-Coming Emerging Artist” award.

Barnes, a recipient of five Dora Awards, two Canadian Screen Awards, and even a Canadian Comedy Award nomination, proclaimed that if the past forty years have taught him anything, it’s to never give up on your dreams of someday being recognized as “that guy from the Canadian Tire Mop commercial”.

“I feel really lucky to have the title at all in such a tough industry,” said Barnes, sitting in the two bedroom apartment he shares with seven other actors.

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