Dean McDermott Biography

Dean McDermott Biography
Dean McDermott (born on November 16, 1966 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian actor who has appeared in countless TV and film roles including the hit Canadian program Due South as Mountie Constable Turnbull, Kevin Costner film Open Range as well as numerous guest star roles.



Dean McDermott is married to Tori Spelling (whom he met on the set of Mind over Murder). His previous marriage to TV chef Mary Jo Eustace was dissolved in February 2006. He has two children - a son Jack Montgomery born in October, 1998 and a daughter Lola born in July, 2005.

Dean McDermott is perhaps best known for his role as Constable Turnbull in the popular TV show Due South and as Mark Simpson captain of the Steelheads hockey team, in Power Play.

He received a Gemini Nomination for Best Supporting Actor in 1997 for his portrayal of small town boy Garet French in Lives of Girls and Women.

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