Victor Garber joins NBC's new miniseries "The Last Templar" as Monsignor De Angelis.
Garber can be seen playing Mayor George Moscone in the upcoming feature film "Milk" for Focus Features. He also starred as Jack Bristow in the hit spy drama "Alias," a role that earned him several Emmy nominations.
Garber's most notable film roles to date include his charismatic performance as the architect of the ill-fated ship in "Titanic," opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Other film credits include "The First Wives Club" (opposite Goldie Hawn), "Sleepless in Seattle" (with Tom Hanks) and "Legally Blonde" (with Reese Witherspoon).
Garber's various television credits include such series as "Eli Stone"; the courtroom drama "Justice"; Richard Benjamin's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor"; the miniseries "Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows" (for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award); "Meredith Willson's "The Music Man" and the role of Daddy Warbucks in the television musical version of "Annie." Among his other credits are "Invisible Child"; "External Affairs"; and the role of Inspector Philip Millard in four Criminal Instinct Mysteries: "Love And Murder," "Deadly Appearance," "The Wandering Soul Murders" and "A Colder Kind of Death," based on the novels by Gail Bowen.
Garber also performed in The Wonderful World of Disney film "Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella," and "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," opposite Meredith Baxter. Garber received Gemini nominations for his performances in the miniseries "Dieppe" and the TV movie "First Circle." He also received an Emmy Award nomination for his guest appearance on "Frasier."
Garber's stage performances are legendary, and have earned him four Tony nominations for his work in "Damn Yankees," "Lend Me a Tenor," "Deathtrap" and "Little Me." He performed in the workshop of Sondheim's "Wiseguys," with Nathan Lane (directed by Sam Mendes), and with Alan Alda and Alfred Molina in the Tony Award-winning play "Art," which moved to Los Angeles following its successful run at Broadway's Royale Theatre.
Garber's numerous theater credits also include the original Broadway casts of "Arcadia," "The Devil's Disciple," "Noises Off" and "Sweeney Todd." He recently starred in "A Little Night Music" at the Music Center in Los Angeles. Over the past year, Victor has garnered rave reviews in Sondheim's "'Follies' for City Center Encores!" directed by Casey Nicholaw, and Noel Cowards' "Present Laughter," at the Huntington Theatre, directed by Nicholas Martin.
Garber began acting at the age of 10 in children's productions at the Grand Theatre in his hometown of London, Ontario, Canada. At 16, he moved to Toronto, where he joined the singing group The Sugar Shoppe, and was featured on the "The Ed Sullivan Show" and "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson." One of his first film roles was for director George Bloomfield in CBC's "Paradise Lost." Soon after, he landed the role of the hippie-messiah in the Toronto production of "Godspell," a role he would later reprise in the musical film version.
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