Yehuda Fisher is an actor, director, and singer who was born and raised in Toronto, and has trained at York University, Second City, and studied with people such as Tom Todoroff, Debra Joy, and Michael Kennard. He is the founder of Panfish Productions, a theatre company focusing on developing Canadian theatre with current sociopolitical relevance.
For Panfish he has worked on the following productions: Ronny in Welcome to the Moon, Jim in A Lonely Impulse of Delight, the Smoker in Babel Rap, Lee Melville in The Melville Boys.
Selected theatre: Tommy in The Dreamer Examines His Pillow (JR Theatre), Rigel in Hum of the Arctic (InspiraTO), The Italian Waiter in The Betrayal (NorteSur) , and in A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre (V-Day Toronto).
Selected film/TV: Drive Through: The Story Movie (Rendition Films), In The Can (Pandora’s Box Office), A Well Lit Life (Cullen Films) and Dual Suspects (Cineflix)Well Lit Life (Cullen Films) and Dual Suspects (Cineflix).