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We welcome you to join us in an intimate conversation with SAG winner and Tony award nominated actor Victor Garber. Not only was Victor born in London, Ontario he has gone on to act in some of the most memorable movies of our generation. You may know Victor from his film appearances in the comedies Sleepless in Seattle (1993), The First Wives Club (1996), and Legally Blonde (2001). Or from his Screen Actors Guild Award nominated performances in the historical drama films Titanic (1997), Milk (2008), and Argo (2012). Wherever you may know him from, you can be sure that this is a conversation you won’t want to miss.


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Victor Garber has been in some of the most memorable projects of the past four decades including Sleepless in Seattle (1993), The First Wives Club (1996), Legally Blonde (2001), Titanic (1997), Milk (2008), and Argo (2012). Victor has recently appeared in Family Law, The Slap, The Flash, Motive and Web Therapy. He is currently starring in Greg Berlanti's new DC Comics Superhero series "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" for Warner Bros/CW. He has shared in two Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award® nominations for Outstanding Motion Picture Cast, the latest for Milk, and previously as a member of the cast of Titanic as well as winning with the cast of Argo. Garber received three Emmy® nods for his role on Alias and has also earned Emmy® nominations for Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, and his guest roles on Frasier and Will & Grace. He is also an accomplished stage actor, whose extensive credits encompass lead roles in both plays and musicals, and has earned four Tony Award® nominations, for his work in Damn Yankees (1994-1995), Lend Me a Tenor (1989-1990), Little Me (1982) and Deathtrap (1978-1982. Victor also starred in the 1998 Tony Award-winning Best Play, Art. He originated the roles of Anthony in Sweeny Todd and John Wilkes Booth in Assassins both by Stephen Sondheim.