Troy Mundle is an actor based in Vancouver, BC. He was born and raised in Point-à-la-Croix, Québec. The eldest son of Doreen Mailloux, a kindergarten teacher, and Frederick Mundle, an adult education teacher. He grew up playing competitive hockey until the age of 18 when he left for studies at Acadia University in Nova Scotia. After university he moved to Toronto to pursue acting.
Troy recently won a Best Actor award and garnered a nomination for Best Male Performance at the 2019 Leo Awards for his performance in Exhibit Man (2019). Troy plays the film’s protagonist, Berry Leetch, a police forensic photographer in the small town of Battleford where a violent vigilante is on the loose. The film has been Internationally screened and won 5 awards in addition to 11 nominations.
Some of Troy’s recent credits include History’s new drama Project Blue Book (2019), the new Stephen King Mini-Series on CBS All Access The Stand (2020), ABC’s A Million Little Things (2018), CW’s DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (2016) and The Detour (2016) on TBS.
While in Toronto, he booked several roles including Showtime’s TV hit Queer as Folk and commercials such as Lays potato chips with Mark Messier and RBC Olympic Hockey Tribute as a hockey player. In Toronto, he studied acting at Equity Showcase Theatre, the Pro Actor’s Lab, and Meisner with John Riven.
In 2013 he created, wrote, produced, directed, and acted in the award-winning comedy Web series called Single & Dating in Vancouver (2013). In 2016 the web series won 4 wards at the Austin Web Fest including a Best Lead Actor award for Troy, along with Best Cinematography, Best Comedy and Best Overall Series. These awards qualified the series and Troy to attend the prestigious Marseille Web Fest in 2016. In all, Single & Dating In Vancouver has garnered 4 wins, 14 nominations and has been screened in Canada, the US and Europe.
Troy’s first foray into film, La Buena (2019), Is entering the film festival circuit this year. Undergoing an extreme transformation to play the part of Robert, a family man who has suffered a tragic loss and now lives on the streets addicted to drugs.