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Founder of actorsunlimited.ca, a Canadian production company, Roger Haskett is an accomplished actor, director, and producer who has appeared in more than 100 parts. Beginning his on-camera career in 1996, the role of doctor is certainly one that seems to fit Haskett well. He has played medical professionals ranging from an anesthesiologist to a psychiatrist in series such as "Tru Calling" and "Supernatural." In 2011, Haskett played the part of Dr. Harris on the FBI drama "Fringe." In the 2006 A&E made-for-television movie "Flight 93," Haskett played an air traffic controller in Boston during the 9/11 hijacking of the United flight that inevitably crashed just outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania. His most notable motion picture appearance was in the 2004 sci-fi action film "I, Robot," starring Will Smith. The film, set in the year 2035, follows a police officer (Smith) who investigates a crime that may have been committed by a robot. In the film, Haskett plays a mob man. In 2010, Haskett added the title of producer to his resume with the adventure comedy "The Beast of Bottomless Lake." Also working in theater, Haskett took home an Ovation Award as director of "Cabaret" and wrote the hit musical...

Founder of actorsunlimited.ca, a Canadian production company, Roger Haskett is an accomplished actor, director, and producer who has appeared in more than 100 parts. Beginning his on-camera career in 1996, the role of doctor is certainly one that seems to fit Haskett well. He has played medical professionals ranging from an anesthesiologist to a psychiatrist in series such as "Tru Calling" and "Supernatural." In 2011, Haskett played the part of Dr. Harris on the FBI drama "Fringe." In the 2006 A&E made-for-television movie "Flight 93," Haskett played an air traffic controller in Boston during the 9/11 hijacking of the United flight that inevitably crashed just outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania. His most notable motion picture appearance was in the 2004 sci-fi action film "I, Robot," starring Will Smith. The film, set in the year 2035, follows a police officer (Smith) who investigates a crime that may have been committed by a robot. In the film, Haskett plays a mob man. In 2010, Haskett added the title of producer to his resume with the adventure comedy "The Beast of Bottomless Lake." Also working in theater, Haskett took home an Ovation Award as director of "Cabaret" and wrote the hit musical "Franklin Falls," a romantic comedy about the lengths a teenage boy will go to impress a girl.

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