Guy Castonguay has been performing on stage and camera for over 20 years in Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, Tucson, Toronto, and Montreal.
Guy has studied with the likes of Francesca Jarvis, who performed the role of Sister Albertine in Lilies of the Field with Sidney Poitier; Anna Risley, former Saturday Night Live cast member from the early 1980s; and most extensively with Steve Anderson, NAThalia Stage Ensemble Artistic Director/Co-founder and creator of his Acting Studio (www.SteveAndersonActing.com). Guy is eternally grateful to Steve for coaching Guy with his uncanny insight into this performing art.
Probably Guy's most surprising and unexpected role was performing in the Arizona Opera's production of The Threepenny Opera as Chain-Saw Bob. Never did he imagine he would be in an opera! This operetta utilized Guy's skills in acting, singing, and dance. Other memorable theatrical performances include Michaels in Keep Tightly Closed in a Cool Dry Place, Gary in Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You, Jeffrey in The Dying Gaul, Howard in Moon Over Buffalo, and the Man in The Man With The Flower In His Mouth.
His Leading and Supporting roles in Independent films include Burning Daylight (starring Robert Knepper), INSIDE (Cannes Short Film Corner), Another Trip To The Moon (film festival selection), Ordinary Day (film festival selection and best screenplay winner), and On A Clear Day (film festival selection) to name a few.
Guy's television credits include performances for the Discovery Channel, National Geographics, History Television, and Bravo. Guy's roles in programs for these networks include Forensic Factor, Urban Legends, Underworld Histories, Cold Blood, and We Can Rebuild You. He has also appeared in Movies-of-the-Week for ABC and CBS. In addition, Guy performed in national commercials for Canada, U.S., and Spain.
20+ years later of study and performing, Guy has always felt he had made one of the best decisions of his life by becoming an actor.
And a new joy that Guy has discovered is coaching Actors! Watching an Actor take in new direction and insights into the craft of Acting and then transforming their performance into a piece of work that surprises themselves has been an incredible joy to witness. Guy knows this new direction of coaching Actors is another one of those "best decisions" he's made for himself. He very much looks forward to working with aspiring Actors who desire to raise their art form to the next level.
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