Barrie Dunn Net Worth

Barrie Dunn is an award-winning producer, writer, and actor with over 20 years of experience in the television and film industry. He has recently completed production on the third season of the hit comedy/drama series Trailer Park Boys for Showcase Television, and co-produced the documentary special Team Spirit: The Story of Team Indigenous for the CTV Television Network. He has worked on over 30 television and film productions, including CBC's Gullage's and Black Harbour, the feature films Margaret's Museum, No Apologies, and Stations, and the documentary Bernie's Going To Hollywood. Barrie graduated with a degree in Law from Dalhousie University and is a practicing lawyer with Patterson Palmer. He has guest lectured on entertainment law issues at Dalhousie Law School and taught Film and Television Production at Mount Saint Vincent University. He is a Past President of the Nova Scotia Film & Television Producers Association and prior to getting into television production, he worked and lived in Eastern Europe as a street performer.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Writer, Producer
Birth Day June 05, 1952
Birth Place American
Barrie Dunn age 71 YEARS OLD
Residence Canada
Alma mater Mount St. Vincent University Dalhousie Law School
Occupation Actor, lawyer, film and television producer

💰 Net worth: $100K - $1M

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Dunn received a Diploma in Theatre from the London Drama Studio in London, England in 1976. He received his Bachelor of Public Relations from Mount St. Vincent University in 1985, receiving the President's Award for his academic achievements. Dunn graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) in 1998.


Dunn was a practising Lawyer at the law firm Pink Larkin. He was called to the Nova Scotia Bar in 1999. Dunn is a previous President of the Nova Scotia Film & Television Producers Association.


Dunn worked for many years at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, winning the Moonsnail award for "Best Documentary" for his work on Theatre On The Mulgrave Road at the Atlantic Film Festival. Barrie has made guest lectures on entertainment law issues at Dalhousie University, and taught Film and Television Production at Mount Saint Vincent University as well, both in Nova Scotia. Before getting involved in the film industry Barrie was a street performer in Eastern Europe. He was among the producers of the 2011 film, Afghan Luke.