Donna Feore: Who is Colm Feore’s second wife?

Colm On August 22, 1958, Joseph Feore OC, a Canadian actor, was born. He is well-known in the entertainment industry. He started acting when he joined the Stratford Festival of Canada’s Acting Company, where he spent 17 seasons and played a number of significant roles in classic repertory plays like Romeo, Hamlet, Richard III, and Cyrano.

He continued to perform in the Stratford Festival Theatre, becoming well-known for his roles as Macbeth in Macbeth, Cyrano in Cyrano de Bergerac, and Lear in King Lear.

For his depiction of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau in the famous television miniseries Trudeau, Feore won the Gemini Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Miniseries.

He also played classical musician Glenn Gould in the film Thirty-Two Short Films About Glenn Gould and investigator Martin Ward in the well-known film Bon Cop, Bad Cop.

Feore has also gained popularity in the United States for his supporting roles in Hollywood productions including Pearl Harbor, The Sum of All Fears, Paycheck, and The Chronicles of Riddick. He has additionally appeared in a variety of TV shows, such as 24, The Borgias, House of Cards, The Umbrella Academy, and others.

Donna Feore: Who is Colm Feore’s second wife?

A prominent Canadian theatrical director and choreographer by the name of Donna Feore (formerly Donna Starnes), she is best known for her work at the National Arts Centre and the Stratford Festival.

Feore was raised in Prince George’s after being born on June 20, 1963, in Dawson Creek, British Columbia. She began her ballet instruction when she was just seven years old and continued it at the Pacific Ballet Theatre in Vancouver.

Brian Macdonald noticed Feore’s potential and hired her for her Stratford debut as a featured dancer in Guys and Dolls in 1990. Richard Monette asked her to choreograph the feast of Lupercal for his production of Julius Caesar during the same season.

Crazy for You, The Sound of Music, Guys, and Dolls, and A Chorus Line are just a few of the musical theater plays that Feore has directed at Stratford. She has also worked with other illustrious organizations like the Canadian Opera Company, the Detroit Symphony, and the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.

She served as the creative producer and director of Life Reflected at the NAC, a symphonic performance that highlights the youth, bravery, and promise of four distinct women via their portraits.

Feore has also worked as a choreographer for motion pictures and television, including the hit movies, Mean Girls, and the Eloise television series. Feore declared in 2022 that she would be pausing her participation in the Stratford Festival.