Mark Meer is a Canadian actor, writer and improvisor. He is best known for his role in the Mass Effect trilogy, in which he stars as the voice of the male version of the player character, Commander Shepard.
An award winning theatre veteran, Mark is a core company member of the award-winning improvised comedy/soap opera "Die-Nasty", and was the first performer to complete the annual 53-hour long "Die-Nasty Soap-A-Thon" without sleep. He is a longtime member of "Rapid Fire Theatre", a founder of the sketch comedy/improv troupe "Gordon's Big Bald Head", and performs regularly at Edmonton's Varscona Theatre. He is a performer and writer on CBC Radio's sketch comedy program "The Irrelevant Show" and APTN's "CAUTION: May Contain Nuts", and is a co-creator, writer and star of Super Channel's "Tiny Plastic Men", which has been nominated at the Canadian Screen Awards for Best Comedy Series in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Mark himself was nominated for the CSA for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role in 2015 for his work on the show. In 2016, Mark won the AMPIA Award for Best Performance by an Actor for the "Tiny Plastic Men" episode "Crisis on Infinite Octobers".
As a voice actor, Mark has featured in a number of other games, such as the "Baldur's Gate" and "Dragon Age" series. He stars as the voice of the player character William Mackenzie in "The Long Dark" from Hinterland Studio, which also features his "Mass Effect" counterpart, Jennifer Hale. He also works in animation, providing the voice for Horse in the "Captain Canuck" web series, also starring Kris Holden-Reid and Tatiana Maslany, amongst other roles.
Commander Shepard, Mass Effect Trilogy
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