Yannick Bisson plays the handsome, All-American FBI agent Jack Hudson who discovers Sue’s unique lip reading skills and trains her for surveillance work. Currently starring in the hit Canadian series “Murdoch Mysteries,” Bisson was born in Montreal, Canada, and moved to Toronto as a teenager where he began acting lessons.
After appearing in numerous television commercials, his professional career took off when he was cast as the lead in the CBC’s critically acclaimed movie-of-the-week “Hockey Night” with Rick Moranis. Bisson went on to appear in numerous television series including “Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” TNT’s “The Pretender,” “Ray Bradbury Theatre” for CBS, Lifetime’s “The Hidden Room,” “Catwalk,” and PAX TV’s “Twice in a Lifetime.” He was a series lead in “High Tide” for four seasons and had a recurring role in Showtime’s “Soul Food” with Vanessa Williams.
Bisson also holds extensive film credits including “Rookies,” which earned Bisson a 1992 Gemini Award nomination, “Young at Heart” with Olympia Dukakis, “The Moving of Sophia Myles” starring Delia Reese, the lead in Showtime’s “The Day Reagan Was Shot” with Richard Dreyfuss, Disney’s “Genius” and “Mary Higgins Clark’s Loves Music, Loves to Dance” for PAX. Bisson’s animated series/voice credits include MTV’s “The Click,” “Maxie’s World,” “Ultracross” and “My Pet Monster.”