Tim Dowler-Coltman was born and raised in Edmonton, where he attended Victoria School of The Arts and performed at The Citadel Theatre in Macbeth, Sister Mary Ignatius, The Pillowman, A Christmas Carol and Oliver! as the Artful Dodger. He spent three years at The National Theatre School of Canada, playing Hamlet in his final year.
In Toronto, Dowler-Coltman performed in Skylight (Berkeley St Theatre/Larry Moss), Vimy (Soulpepper Theatre Co) and Orphans (Coal Mine Theatre), for which he received a Dora Mavor Moore nomination for Outstanding Performance. His film credits include Depths 3D, Ashram 69, Dead End Drive and Stitches.
In March 2018, Dowler-Coltman will join The Howland Company in a production of Punk Rock (Crows Theatre).CLOSE UP
The CFC Actors Conservatory CLOSE-UPS are 3- to 5-minute cinematic works based on original characters created by the actors. These productions are intended for the big screen, and are designed to promote the actors and their talents in an entertaining and meaningful way.