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- Los Angeles Times

"Top notch actor, unbelievable!"
- Casting Director Ann Forry

"A comic standout"
- Los Angeles Times

" astonishing performance by John Emmet Tracy... With his sublime agility with words and voice, and a beguiling physical presence, somehow Tracy makes it all darkly amusing... Tracy is one of those rare actors who could recite the phone book— if we still had them."
- Paul Durras, Vancouver Plays

"Because John Emmet Tracy is alert to every nuance of the language, including its dark humour, his performance is a miracle of detail— and gamesome sexiness. Everybody who loves acting should see this piece of work."
- Colin Thomas, The Georgia Straight

"John Emmet Tracy is so dynamic that he makes the sociopathic killer repulsive and likable at the same time."
- David C. Jones, The Charlebois Post

"John Emmet Tracy is so wired in performance it’s as if electricity is coursing through his veins; he’s a live wire sparking, twisting and jolting in arcs of violence."
- Jo Ledingam, The Vancouver Courier

"A standout portrayal by John Emmet Tracy"
- Monday Magazine

" John Emmet Tracy consistently delivers a passionate, thoughtful and honest portrayal...He retains a hint of humor and cultivates sincere relationships..."
- LA Weekly

"...uses precise body language to portray characters"
- The Arizona Republic

"A superbly understated performance..."
- The Milwaukee Sentinel

"A splendid performance...downright hilarious"
- Today News

"Nobody could've played the part better"
- Playwright Jack Sharkey

"His style is that of a very controlled sense of character and direction..."
- Pasadena Weekly

"He is the character - winsome, exuberant and sensitive"
- The Freeman

"He is the best actor in the world!"
- John's Family

Posted on Dec 16 2014

I recently completed a run of George Bernard Shaw's SAINT JOAN with the Arts Club Theatre Company at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage.  The fantastic cast, crew and design team were lead by the extraordinary duo of Kim Collier (director) and Meg Roe (in the title role).

Photo by David Cooper

Posted on Dec 16 2014

Had a great time working with the lovely Alyson Stoner in a pivotal scene for the upcoming television movie SUGAR BABIES, directed by the fantastic Monika Mitchell.

R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour
Posted on Aug 20 2014

I'll be appearing in an upcoming episode of the multiple Emmy Award-winning horror-fantasy series R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour.  The episode "Lotsa Luck" (season 4, episode 7) gave me the opportunity to work once again with director James Head, with whom I worked on an episode of Stephen King's The Dead Zone.

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