Raoul Bhaneja

Raoul Bhaneja (Hindi: रौल भनेजा, Urdu: رؤل بھنیجا; born 6 June 1974) is a Canadian actor. He was one of the stars on the short lived TV series Train 48 on Global. He was part of Canterbury High School's Arts Canterbury program for drama, and has been in several movies. An accomplished stage actor, in January 2006 he debuted Hamlet (solo), a one man version of William Shakespeare's Hamlet directed by Robert Ross Parker, which has been performed across Canada, the UK and several times in New York City. The production is the subject of a 2008 Gemini Award Nominated documentary directed by Jeff Stephenson. He is also the front man of the Maple Blues Award winning blues band Raoul and The Big Time formed in 1998. They have released Big Time Blues (2000) and Cold Outside (2004) on Big Time Records and will release their third recording in 2009. Raoul is also a member of The Legendary Miles Johnson with Edmonton based musician Graham Guest. Raoul's wife, Birgitte Solem, is also an acclaimed stage actress, producer and director.


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