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Jarrett Siddall


Jarrett Siddall is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist who works in several different creative mediums, including dance, film, television, theatre, and physical performance. He began his training in Ukrainian dance at the age of ten in his hometown of St. Paul, Alberta, and later joined the prestigious Ukrainian Shumka Dancers and Citie Ballet in Edmonton.

In Toronto, Jarrett  was a full-time company member of Toronto Dance Theatre for five seasons under the direction of Christopher House. He has since worked as a dancer with many different choreographers and companies including Peggy Baker Dance Projects, Move: The Company , and Frog in Hand. Jarrett frequently works as a performer, with Vazari Arts Company, a multidisciplinary performance company that has given him the opportunity to explore the worlds of both theatre and circus. His collaborations with Vazari have involved character work, clown, and text analysis, as well as hand-to-hand partnering, handstands, and tumbling.

As a theatre actor, Jarrett developed and performed in the world premiere production of Beautiful Renegades, commissioned and produced by Peggy Baker Dance Projects at the Theatre Centre in Toronto under the direction of Eda Holmes. His recent film and TV credits include “The Boys” (Amazon), “Making Monsters” (Vortex Media), and “Dear David” (Buzzfeed, Lions Gate). He is also a seasoned creature and stunt performer and is happiest when he is covered in makeup from head to toe or transformed inside a full-body costume, bringing something inhuman to life. Two of his most notable stunts to date involved being dragged behind an ATV and being set on fire.

Jarrett is a graduate of the School of Toronto Dance Theatre (STDT), where he was awarded the Hnatyshyn Foundation Developing Artist Grant in Contemporary Dance.