“Arm yourself with your camera or your smartphone and tell us what you love, what you fear, what you hope and dream for, and what Canada means to you. Film what is really happening in your life.”
Jason Priestley is one of the most versatile talents in entertainment, in front of and behind the camera. For more than three decades, he has worked in all aspects of film and television as actor, director and producer. Since ruling the airways in the 90s as teenage heartthrob, Brandon Walsh in Beverly Hills, 90210, Priestley has amassed an extensive list of credits and accolades. Some of his notable acting credits include Love and Death on Long Island, Eye of the Beholder co-starring Ashley Judd and Ewan McGregor, Charles Busch’s comedy Die, Mommie, Die!, Medium, and My Name Is Earl.
In 2016, Jason can be seen starring in Raising Expectations as well as starring in and executive producing Private Eyes for Global TV. He can also be seen opposite Shawn Doyle and Joanne Kelly in the independent feature Away From Everywhere, Zoom starring Gael Garcia Bernal, directed by Pedro Morelli and produced by Rhombus Media which premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. Priestley garnered multiple awards for the Canadian comedy series Call Me Fitz. Behind the camera, Priestley has directed movies, documentaries and TV series including Cas & Dylan, Rookie Blue, and Saving Hope.