about Lee MacDougall
Lee was raised in Kirkland Lake, in Northern Ontario, Canada. He came south to attend the University of Toronto (BSc), and later studied acting at Ryerson University. He has worked as an actor, writer, and director in theatres across Canada. He makes his home in Stratford, Ontario, with his husband, Director/Choreographer Tim French.
As an actor, Lee appeared for two years on Broadway with the acclaimed musical Come From Away. Lee has spent six seasons with the Stratford Festival, and he was in the Original Canadian cast of Urinetown at CanStage Co. See Lee's resume under Acting.
Lee MacDougall’s play High Life has played across Canada, off-Broadway, and in Chicago, London, Tokyo, and Seoul. Learn more about other plays Lee has written.
The film of High Life, for which Lee wrote the screenplay, opened at the Toronto International Film Festival. For more info about the film High Life, and a link to the trailer, check out Screenplays.
As a director, Lee has worked at Drayton Entertainment, the Blyth Festival, Theatre Aquarius and Stage West. Read more about Lee’s work as a director.