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dylan playfair

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DYLAN PLAYFAIR

Dylan Playfair has grown up with hockey. He played hockey as a kid, his father was a coach for the NHL, and, like a lot of kids, he watched all the The Mighty Ducks movies on repeat. That’s what makes his latest role such a big deal to the Canadian actor, working alongside Emilio Estevez in the new Disney+ series, The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. (Source: www.thegate.ca)

www.amazon.com)Dylan Playfair was born in Fort St. James, British Columbia, the son of Roxanne, an entrepreneur and stay at home mother, and Jim Playfair, a former NHL player and coach. He has two younger brothers, Jackson and Austyn. All three boys grew up playing hockey and traveling around the United States and Canada as their father coached various minor league teams on his way to the NHL. Playfair's diverse body of work includes the critically acclaimed comedy series Letterkenny, Disneys' Descendants 2, and Netflix's Haters Back Off and Travlers. Roles ranging from a young man dealing with extreme adversity in "Never Steady Never Still" to producing and staring in political documentaries centered on youth voter apathy (The Drop). Playfair began his career in film at the age of 19 after playing Jr. A Hockey in Canada. A graduate of Vancouver Acting school, he has also studied in Los Angeles during his career. (Source:

Dylan Playfair was born in Fort St. James, British Columbia, the son of Roxanne, an entrepreneur and stay at home mother, and Jim Playfair, a former NHL player and coach. He has two younger brothers, Jackson and Austyn. All three boys grew up playing hockey and traveling around the United States and Canada as their father coached various minor league teams on his way to the NHL. (Source: www.amazon.com Dylan Playfair has been a hockey player and he has portrayed hockey players in TV and movies — most famously in the Canadian comedy hit “Letterkenny” — and there is one important difference between the two: when you play the game in real life you don’t have to stay in your skates all day. (Source:www.thestar.com))

Dylan Playfair is a Canadian actor who portrays the role of Reilly on Letterkenny. He also appeared as one of the unnamed hockey players in the Letterkenny Problems short "Hockey Players." (Source: letterkenny.fandom.com Dylan Playfair is a Canadian actor. In Descendants 2 and Descendants 3, he portrays the role of Gil, one of the sons of Gaston. (Source:descendants.fandom.com))

Dylan Playfair is a Canadian born film and television actor who stars in the series, Some Assembly Required, in the role of Knox. Dylan also appears in the Canadian sitcom Letterkenny in the role of Reilly. He is a versatile actor and producer whose work ranges between youth sitcoms, biopics, horror films, comedies, and documentary film productions. (Source: descendants.fandom.com Dylan Playfair definitely has a passion for the game of acting and notes that he's more confident in his skills on the stage versus the ice. At the rink, he felt he needed to prove his skill-level because his dad was an ex-NHLer; now he's on less icy ground. He's there because he's good at what he does. And speaking of the elder Playfair, considering some of the roles Dylan has gotten, you'd think he'd lean on his dad, who has been a coach for the majority of Dylan's life, for some tips. While the younger Playfair may sneak in some of his dad's style when behind the bench as Coach T (side note: he may be coaching the Mighty Ducks but, if you've seen the teaser, they're the 2021 comparison of Iceland), that's as far as the coaching tips go. (Source:www.sportingnews.com))

wkfr.com wkfr.com))Dylan Playfair, of "Letterkenny" on Hulu. Playfair spend several years of his childhood in Kalamazoo when is dad was a coach with the Michigan K-Wings. (CTV via YouTubeDylan Playfair has lived in a lot of cities, because his dad, Jim Playfair, was a professional hockey player (with NHL stops in Edmonton and Chicago), and then a coach (with a stop in Kalamazoo during a three year stint as an assistant with the K-Wings, during their "Michigan K-Wings" years.). Jim eventually became coach of the Calgary Flames, and now is the associate coach with the Oilers. (Source:) (Source:

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