Garen Boyajian

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Garen Boyajian



Garen Boyajian is a three-time award winning Canadian actor of Armenian and Italian origin. While continuing to perform in a number of television series and feature films, in 2008 he established a production company with a collection of films in active development.

Garen born in Toronto to an Armenian Lebanese father and Italian Canadian mother, he studied at Bayview Glen School in Toronto, and continued with an honours degree in business and marketing from York University.

He started acting at age 13, appearing in television commercials and in Aaron Carter music videos. But it was his appearance as a distraught young Arshile Gorky in Atom Egoyan's award-winning Ararat that got the attention of critics.

Soon he landed main roles in television series and such as Radio Free Roscoe, ReGenesis, Monster Warriors, The Border. His role in The Cross Road won him "Best Actor Award" in the Monaco International Film Festival. Other film roles included and roles in films most notably Three Veils, The Son of an Afghan Farmer and Bamboo Shark. He has also acted in lead and supporting roles in a number of theatrical productions.

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