A Canadian actor best known for his role in the Academy-Award winning 1992 film "Unforgiven," Jaimz Woolvett did not leverage that performance into a movie star career. A graduate of Canada's National Theatre School, his first break was a starring role in the 1990 cult sitcom "Dog House," about a talking dog. Two years later, he received the role of a lifetime with a supporting part in the Clint Eastwood western "Unforgiven." When his Hollywood career stalled, Woolvett returned to Canada, appearing in the TV series "Avonlea" and acclaimed crime drama "Da Vinci's Inquest." His role in the biographical film "Hard Time: The David Milgaard Story" earned him a Canadian Gemini Nomination. He also starred in the 1999 films "Tail Lights Fade" and the historical drama "Joan of Arc," and also appeared on the American network shows "Charmed" and "JAG." In 2002, he landed a supporting role in "Global Heresy," a feature film about a touring rock band, starring Peter O'Toole and Alicia Silverstone.