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Michael Seater is a Canadian actor most recognized for his role in the television series “Life with Derek.” This television series, which ran from 2005 to 2009, showcased Seater’s natural talent for portraying nuanced characters, as he successfully embodied Derek Venturi, the mischievous yet charming lead. His portrayal of Derek was widely appreciated and is considered a significant contributor to the show’s popularity.

Outside of his acclaimed role in “Life with Derek,” Seater’s filmography is quite diverse. He starred in the feature film “18 to Life,” bringing to life the character of Tom Bellow, a young man navigating the complexities of adulthood. His performance added depth and relatability to the story, further establishing his standing in the entertainment industry. Seater has also lent his voice to several animated series, including “Braceface” and “Mattimeo: A Tale of Redwall,” showcasing his versatility as an actor.

Over the years, Seater’s career has been characterized by collaborations with a wide array of notable personalities in the industry. In “Life with Derek,” he worked alongside Ashley Leggat, Jordan Todosey, and Daniel Magder. His role in “18 to Life” saw him sharing the screen with Stacey Farber and Alain Goulem. Other collaborations include Elliot Page in “ReGenesis,” Sarah Gadon in “Are You Afraid of the Dark,” and Kathleen Laskey in “Bonanno: A Godfather’s Story.”

Despite his busy acting career, Seater has also managed to leave his mark through recognition received for his work. He received a Gemini Award nomination in 2008 for Best Performance in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series for his role in “Life with Derek.” He also won a Canadian Comedy Award for Television / Best Performance by a Male – Television for “18 to Life” in 2011.