Tim Dowler-Coltman graduated from The National Theatre School of Canada in 2016. Here, he took part in productions with directors such as Total Liquidation (Jordan Tannahill), The Listening Room (Tanya Rintol), Orlando (Eda Holmes), Richard III (David Latham) and as the eponymous lead in Hamlet (Alisa Palmer). Since graduating, he has performed in Orphans (Coal Mine Theatre) and Skylight (Berkeley Street Theatre/Larry Moss). Currently, Dowler-Coltman is in SoulPepper Theatre’s production of Vimy. Prior to his move to Toronto, Dowler-Coltman performed at The Citadel Theatre in Edmonton in productions as varied as Macbeth (Peter Hinton), Sister Marry Ignatius, The Pillowman, A Christmas Carol and Oliver! (Bob Baker). Dowler-Coltman has numerous short film acting credits as well, with films such as The Depths 3D (Skyward Motion Pictures), Ashram 69 (Triple 7 Films), Dead End Drive (Loose Change Films/AMA) and Stitches (Joe Media Group). Most recently, Dowler-Coltman received a Dora nomination for outstanding performance at the 2017 Annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards.