Jeremy Proulx

(Chief Bromden)

is a proud Indigenous multi-disciplined artist (actor, writer, dancer and filmmaker) of Anishnabe (Ojibwe) and Haudenosaunee (Oneida) descent in a career that has spanned the past 15 years. He is originally from the community of Neyaashiinigmiing, simply translated in Anishnabemowin as ‘point of land surrounded on three sides by water’. He has called Toronto, Canada home for the past 20 years. As an actor and storyteller, he has performed on major stages all across Canada, U.S.A., United Kingdom and various parts of Europe including Italy, Poland, Macedonia, and Greece. Select theatre credits: BONES: An Aboriginal Dance Opera, An Aboriginal Journey with Brecht, Miinigooweziwin...The Gift and From the Aztlan to the Zocalo (Banff Centre), The Ecstasy of Rita Joe (Western Canada Theatre and the National Arts Centre), William Shakespeare’s King Lear (National Arts Centre), Where the Blood Mixes (Teesri Duniya Theatre), and Bent Boy (Centre for Indigenous Theatre), Only Drunks and Children Tell The Truth and A Christmas Carol (Magnus Theatre). International theatre credits: Red Forest (Young Vic in London, England; Teatro Vascello in Rome, Italy and Teatro Ermanno Fabbi in Modena, Italy) for Belarus Free Theatre, the MOT International Theatre Festival in Skopje, Macedonia, the Brave Festival in Wroclaw, Poland, John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men for the Maples Repertory Theatre in Macon, Missouri in which he played the lead role of Lennie Small, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for both the Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia for which he won a award for Best Actor in a Play and the Sheffield Crucible Theatre in the United Kingdom. Upcoming projects: Jeremy will be making his Australian stage debut at Her Majesty’s Theatre in Melbourne, in association with StoreyBoard Entertainment in June 2020. More information about Jeremy can be found at