Griffin was born in Calgary, Alberta to Karen Cork (or Karen Johnson-Diamond), a theatre actress, and Kevin Cork, a former actor turned financial planner.
When he was six years old, Griffin was taken to "A Christmas Carol" at Theatre Calgary. Watching the performers on stage, he turned to his mother and said "I want to do that.". His mother simply said "Okay", and Griffin's career went from there.
Griffin is a Calgary based actor who has been working professionally in the theatre, film and voice-over industry for over ten years. He won his Junior High School's Drama Award all three years he attended, and enrolled in Drama Classes at William Aberhart High School and Central Memorial Performing and Visual Arts Program. Griffin was trained in voice and singing by Scott Henderson, one of the vocal coaches on The Voice. He spent years training with Quest Theatre, Calgary Young People's Theatre, and Theatre Works. Griffin spent 6 years at the theatre summer intensive Artstrek run by Theatre Alberta, he was the D. Michael Dobbin Apprentice at Alberta Theatre Projects and is currently attending the University of Lethbridge pursuing his Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Performance Major. Griffin was deemed an Arts Champion of Calgary in 2012 by Calgary Arts Development Association and His Worship, Naheed Nenshi. He is the Artistic Producer and a Co-Founder of Hoodlum Theatre, and won the Duval Lang Theatre for Young Audience Emerging Leader Award at the Betty Mitchells for his work with them. Griffin had his first professional film role in Grade 5 when he was cast in The Ron Clark Story and acted along Matthew Perry (Friends, The Whole Nine Yards). He then continued to work with such names in film like William B. Davis (X-Files), Nathan Lee Graham (Zoolander, Zoolander 2, Scrubs), Michael Landon Jr. (When Calls The Heart) and Grant Harvey (Orphan Black, Heartland). Griffin is the former host of the talk show Studio 315 on Shaw TV. He has been seen on Heartland (CBC) and Pet Heroes (CMTV) and has a reoccurring lead role on the series Galaxy Trek as Ensign Bennett Masters. Griffin's work in film has been seen all over Alberta, as well in Vancouver, Toronto, Wales, Los Angeles, Kentucky, India, Chicago, Virginia, Rome, and can be seen on the series "Hug-O-Gram" currently running on all Air Canada flights.
Griffin enjoys stage fighting, photography, poetry, sound design, video games and sends love to his family. Griffin is currently represented in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal by Hero Artists, and in Alberta by Dagaz Talent.
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Hello Au Revoir
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Hookup & Delivery
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Film (Short and Drama) Actor Set in 1946, Lift is the story of two brothers trying to figure out where they fit in post-war Edmonton. Having always idolized his older brother, Dave is trying to figure out who he wants to be and is forced to confront the fact that his older brother Andrew is flawed and searching for his own sense of self. Andrew, a skilled pilot, grounded during WWII due to a medical condition, is contending with feelings of inadequacy as younger men return from war as heroes and he was unable to be one.
SuperStrikers: Never Say Die
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A Red Pill
Film (Short) Actor Experimental video project exploring the pressures of masculinity.
League of Bronze
Television (Comedy) Actor League of Bronze is a web series about 5 wannabe pro gamers trying to get by in the cold, unforgiving world of e-sports. Inspired by The Guild and VGHS.
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Burning Daylight Media Originals
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Film (Drama, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Actor Incontrol follows a group of university students who discover a device that allows them to take control of others, and experience the world through someone else. As they push the machine's abilities to its limits, they begin to question the device itself.
I Am the Killer
Film (Short, Action, Adventure and Thriller) Actor A action filled Student Short.
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Legend of the Lich Lord
Film (Adventure, Comedy and Fantasy) Actor A naïve young paladin with a prophesy, a drunken wizard, a barbarian, and a greedy rogue team up with a hesitant druid and a ranger to defeat an evil necromancer and a lich.
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Who Is Riley Oakes?
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Vulcan: To Boldly Go
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Television (Drama and Family) Actor A multi-generational saga set in Alberta, Canada and centered on a family getting through life together in both happy and trying times.
When Calls the Heart
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The Ron Clark Story
TV Movie (Biography and Drama) Actor 1998. Ron Clark, still relatively early in his career, leaves his stable life teaching at an elementary school in his suburban North Carolina hometown, the school where he is appreciated by both his fellow teachers and his students for his innovative teaching methods which results in raising test scores. Instead, he decides to look for a teaching job at a tough New York inner city school where he feels he can be more useful. He eventually finds a job at Inner Harlem Elementary School, where the students are segregated according to their potential. As Clark is white and "nice" looking, Principal Turner wants to assign him to the honors class, especially as Turner's job security depends on good test scores. Clark, however, wants to take the most disadvantaged class. He quickly learns that it will be a battle of wills between himself and his disruptive students to see who can outlast the other. But he also learns that he has to understand them, both individually and collectively, on ... Written by Huggo
Duval Lang's Theatre for Young Audience Emerging Leader Award
Arts Champion of Calgary
University of Alberta (Edmonton)
University of Lethbridge