Justin Patrick Stadnyk (born March 17, 1985) is an actor, singer and Moksha/Modo Yoga instructor. Known mostly for his roles in the Musical Theatre world with companies such as The Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Mirvish Productions, Shaw Festival, Charlottetown Festival, Theatre Aquarius and more.
Justin grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba and left upon graduating high-school to attend Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario.
Since starting his career while still in high-school, Justin has had the opportunity to be a part of many exciting projects including three world premieres. 2009 brought The Boys In The Photograph to the stage with award winning writing and directing team Andrew Lloyd Webber and Ben Elton. In 2011 Justin got to work along side exciting artists such as Susan Anton, Ken Page, Conrad John Schuck, John Rubinstein and more in the World Premiere of Grumpy Old Men - The Musical.
Now, Justin spends his time between Toronto and New York as he works to expand his career and explore exciting and new heights.
Unique traits: Singer/Songwriter, Piano, Melodica, Rhythm Guitar, Basic Drums/Djembe, Driver's License (standard), Basic Stage Combat, Certified Yoga Instructor
Theater by Mayfield Theatre Fender/Link us
Theater by Theatre Aquarius Aaron
RING OF FIRE
Theater by Charlottetown Festival Johnny Cash
ANNE OF GREEN GABLES
Theater by Charlottetown Festival Gilbert
Theater by Mirvish Productions Richard Bailey (u/s Charlie, Harry)
50th Anniversary - Special Performance CD
Music by Rainbow Stage
Theater by Talk Is Free Theatre Teddy Kent
Theater by Ross Petty Productions Ensemble/ Prince us
Theater by Drayton Entertainment Dinadan
THE BOYS IN THE PHOTOGRAPH
Theater by Mirvish Productions / Manitoba Theatre Centre Ensemble
Theater by Stage West Mississauga Cosme
Theater by Ross Petty Productions Shingles/ Robin Hood us
Theater by Rainbow Stage Gordon
JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT
Theater by Rainbow Stage Joseph
Video by McIntyre Media Inc. Lead
KING OF THE CAMP
Film by Bensondale Productions Lead/ Will Cross
GRUMPY OLD MEN
Theater by Manitoba Theatre Centre Bo