Barry Flatman

One of Canada's most prolific character actors, Barry Flatman racked up hundreds of film and TV credits including "Earth: Final Conflict" (Syndication, 1997-2002), "Saw III" (2006) and "Fargo" (FX, 2014-). Born in Victoria, British Columbia, Flatman made his acting debut in teen sketch show "Homemade Television" (CBC, 1976-77) and spent the next decade honing his talents with small parts in the likes of "The Dead Zone" (1983), "Easy Prey" (1986) and "Switching Channels" (1988) before landing his first recurring role as the father figure in "Ramona" (CBC, 1988-89), starring a young Sarah Polley in the lead role made famous by children's author Beverly Cleary. During a five-year spell voicing various characters in "X-Men" (Fox Kids, 1992-97), Flatman also showed up in TV movies "The Morrison Murders: Based on a True Story" (1996) and "My Mother's Ghost" (1996), appeared on the big screen in "The Cutting Edge" (1992) and "Terminal Justice" (1996) and guested on "E.N.G." (CTV, 1990-94) and "Robocop: The Series" (CTV, 1994). Flatman then enjoyed multi-episode stints as President Daniel Thompson in "Earth: Final Conflict" (Syndication, 1997-2002), Senator Brian Perry in "Odyssey 5" (Showtime, 2002) and Police Captain Bill Carruthers in "Tilt" (ESPN, 2005) and added to his filmography with supporting parts in "Cruel Intentions 2" (2000), "Just Friends" (2005) and "The Last Sign" (2005). After becoming another Jigsaw victim in "Saw III" (2006), Flatman played General Thomas Bennett in "The Kennedys" (History Television, 2011) and Darryl F. Zanuck in "The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe" (Lifetime, 2015), and landed the roles of NSA director Charles Beeter in "The Andromeda Strain" (A&E Network, 2008), Colonel Galen Marsh in "Defiance" (Syfy, 2013-) and head of security Wally in "Fargo" (FX, 2014-).