Peter Outerbridge stars in ReelzChannel's "Bomb Girls," as Bob Corbett, and recurs in The CW's "Nikita," as Ari Tasarov.

Outerbridge also recently played the recurring role of Handsome Dan Farmer in ABC's "Happy Town" and was seen on the big screen starring in "Saw VI" (2009) as William Easton.

Peter Outerbridge was born and raised in Toronto. He studied theater for four years at the University of Victoria, receiving his BFA in 1988. He then co-founded the "fringe" theater company "Way Off Broadway" and toured the various festivals across Canada for several years before crossing over to film and television.

With over 40 credits to his name, Outerbridge's list of film and television work is impressive. His recent credits include starring roles in the TV movie "My Name is Sarah" for Showcase in Canada and Lifetime in the U.S.; the CTV drama series "Whistler"; and the feature film "Burning Mussolini," a feature film, currently in post-production, written and directed by his "ReGenesis" co-star Conrad Pla. Other film credits include "The Bay of Love and Sorrows," based on the novel by Giller Prize winner David Adams Richards; "Men with Brooms," starring Paul Gross and Leslie Nielson; "Marine Life," starring Cybill Shepherd; and "Better than Chocolate" with Wendy Crewson, both of which were directed by one of Canada's premiere directors, Anne Wheeler. One of his first feature films was "Kissed," with Molly Parker, which earned him his first Genie nomination for his role as Matt. Award-winning director Jerry Ciccoritti cast Outerbridge in his first starring role in the feature film "Paris, France" with Leslie Hope.

His television credits include: the lead role as Detective William Murdoch in three "Detective Murdoch Mysteries": "Except the Dying," "Poor Tom Is Cold" and "Under the Dragon's Tail," produced by Shaftesbury Films; two "Chasing Cain" movies, again under the direction of Jerry Ciccoritti, who also directed Outerbridge in the ambitious miniseries "Trudeau"; and Sturla Gunnerson's "100 Days in the Jungle." Outerbridge also appeared in the television miniseries "10:5 Apocalypse," and recently finished shooting Syfy Channel's series, "Sanctuary," and CBC's "Heartland."

Some of his other television guest appearances include the critically-acclaimed series "24," starring Kiefer Sutherland; the new drama series "The D.A." for ABC; "The Outer Limits"; and the internationally successful "Road to Avonlea."

Outerbridge has received three Gemini nominations for his portrayal of David Sandström in "ReGenesis," and a nomination for his role as Detective Murdoch in "Murder 19C: Detective Murdoch Mysteries."

Peter lives in Toronto with his wife, actor Tammy Isbell, and their two boys.


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Age: 51 years old
Birthday: June 30, 1966
Height: 5' 10"
Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Current Residence: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Wife: Tammy Isbell

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