Jackson Davies is a Canadian actor. He is best known for his role as RCMP Constable John Constable in the television series The Beachcombers, which he reprised in the TV movies The New Beachcombers and A Beachcombers Christmas. Originally from Wetaskiwin, Alberta and now living in Vancouver, British Columbia, he has acted in over 160 stage shows in most of the major theatres in Canada. He has appeared in over 300 TV shows and been in 30 TV movies and feature films. Jackson is the vice president of the Union of BC Performers / ACTRA, the past vice chair of the BC Arts Council and a faculty member in both the Performing Arts and Motion Picture Arts programs at Capilano University. He is an Honorary Sergeant of the RCMP, a rarely bestowed designation. Davies, and Marc Strange, one of the original producers of The Beachcombers, published Bruno and the Beach: The Beachcombers at 40 in 2013. The book is a history of the show and a profile of key members of the cast and crew.
|Born:||March 17, 1950, Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada|
|Residence:||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|Known for:||The Beachcombers|
|IMDb:||Jackson Davies's IMDb|
About Jackson Davies
Famous during the 1970s and '80s for his portrayal of John Constable on the popular Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) series The Beachcombers, Davies reprised his role in early 21st century television movies titled A Beachcombers Christmas and The New Beachcombers.
Early in his career, he appeared in made-for-TV movies titled The Plutonium Incident and Jane Doe.
From 1988 until 1990, he played the recurring role of Mike Kiley on the television series MacGyver.
Born and raised in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada, he later lived and worked in Vancouver, British Columbia.
He appeared with Richard Dreyfuss in the 1987 film Stakeout.
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- Male actors from Alberta
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