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Matthew Bennett is best-known to TV audiences as Detective Len Harper on the hit Canadian police series "Cold Squad" — for which he is currently Gemini-nominated for "Best Actor in a Continuing Dramatic Role". He also recently appeared in an episode of Flashpoint, another Canadian police series where he portrayed narcotics officer Detective Naismith.
Matthew Ray Bennett was born in Toronto on April 9, 1968. He moved to Vancouver at age 20 to pursue acting, and after two years of theater school there and four more appearing on such series as The X-Files and The Commish and such telefilms as A Killer Among Friends, Anything for Love and Relentless: Mind of a Killer, he returned to his hometown where he become one of the industry's busiest actors.
Bennett, who currently plays Steward Harrison on the USA Network's hit series Peacemakers, starred as James Calley, head of a special police internal-affairs unit, on the Showtime (and Canadian ON TV) series Total Recall: 2070, as well as in the 1998 telefilm of that name. He has guested on such series as UC: Undercover, Seven Days, Due South, the Canadian hit Da Vinci's Inquest and the SciFi Channel series Stargate SG-1 ("Point of No Return", "Ethon"). His films include Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog, Pushing Tin, Ignition and Stealing Sinatra.
Bennett is married to "his best friend," actress Brittaney Bennett (formerly billed as Brittaney Edgell), who has appeared on such SF series as Highlander, Forever Knight and Earth: Final Conflict.