Judah Katz is a Canadian actor born in Montreal, Quebec. He has worked in Montreal, Toronto and Los Angeles for more than 35 years, appearing in both TV series and films.
Winning an ACTRA award for his very first foray in front of a camera in 1983 as "best new actor in Canadian Television", he also received a Gemini for "best supporting actor" for his role as Alan Eagleson in the CBC mini-series Canada Russia '72.
Katz studied acting for two years at Vanier College, three years at the Dome Professional Theatre School, Banff School of Fine Arts, the "voice doctor" Robert Easton of Los Angeles, and since 1992 with renowned film and television acting coach and teacher David Rotenberg.
Judah is also the co-founder of the Big Swing Charity Golf Tournament that raises money for the Canadian entertainment charity the AFC (formerly known as the Actor's Fund of Canada). To date the event has raised well over one million dollars for people in the entertainment field in finacial crisis.