Birth Place: Toronto, Ontario, CA
The youngest of three, Godin was raised in a bilingual household. As a youngster, he earned a reputation as something of a cut-up. He was accepted into the prestigious St. Michael's Cathedral Choir School where he studied several musical instruments. In his teens, Godin was encouraged to act in community theater productions.
After completing studies at the Ryerson Theater School in 1980, Godin won an apprenticeship at the Shaw Festival. For much of the 1980s, he concentrated on stage work, honing his craft in everything from Shakespeare ("Macbeth") to musical comedy ("Pal Joey"). In 1990, he played a stock exchange dealer in "Where the Heart Is" and was cast as a man who sets out to fulf... Continue Bio >>
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