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Maury Chaikin is a Canadian actor best known for his roles in such films as Mouse Hunt, Thug Island, Dancing With Wolves.
Maury Alan Chaikin was born on July 27, 1949 in Brooklyn, New York, and was one of three children of Irving College Professor Jr. and nurse Clariss Chaikin. His father was American, and his mother moved to the United States from Montreal, as a result of which Morey received dual citizenship. Chaikin's maternal uncle was Canadian actor and screenwriter George Bloomfield, who helped Maury early in his career. Chaikin studied drama at the State University of New York at Buffalo, and after graduation moved to Toronto, where he lived until his death.
Mori's first major work on the big screen in 1980 was in the comedy Nothing Personal. It was followed by work in such films as Kidnapping the President, Soup for One, War Games, Harry and Son, Last Hope, Bedroom Window, Wild Thing, Hearts of Fire, Gemini, Millennium, Home is where the heart is, Mister Destiny, The Pianist, My Cousin Winnie, Hero, Sommersby, Camilla, Crazy Heroes, The Devil in a Blue Dress, Love and Death on Long Island, Glorious Future, Less Usual Life, Trap, Alaska Mystery, The Art of War, Theater, Medical Academy, Where Truth Lies, Boy in Girl, Scammers, Blindness, Casino Jack. The last film with Mori Chaikin was released in 2011.According to Barney, it is a comedy about the life adventures of a tireless adventurer.
Chaikin's first marriage with Canadian producer Ilana Frank ended in divorce. He subsequently married Canadian actress Suzanne Hoffman, best known for her work on the X-Files series, Beyond the Possible. The couple share a daughter, Rose.
Mori has suffered from kidney disease for many years. He died on his sixty-first birthday on July 27, 2010 of heart failure at a Toronto General Hospital, surrounded by his family.
The actor was the winner of the Gini, the Canadian equivalent of the Oscar, for best supporting actor, and twice received the Gemini, the Canadian equivalent of the Emmy, and you can watch films with the participation of Maury Chaikin on our website.
Mori Chaikin has brown eyes, naturally dark hair color, fair skin and thin lips. The shape of the face is round, the forehead is high, the hair is curly, gray. Mori Chaikin did not change his hair color, preferring natural. The actor has a medium wide nose and a rounded chin. Mori Chaikin sometimes wore glasses. The actor's height is 185 cm, no tattoos.