Jack Creley was an American-born Canadian actor with a career spanning theatre, film, and television, Creley's talent shone brightly on stages and screens alike. He graced prestigious theatre companies, including the renowned Stratford Festival, showcasing his skill in both classic and contemporary plays. In film, he left an indelible mark with roles in movies such as Videodrome (1983), Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) and Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987). Television audiences fondly remember him for his appearances in series like "The King of Kensington" and "The Littlest Hobo." Creley's ability to effortlessly embody diverse characters, whether in drama or comedy, earned him admiration and respect in the Canadian entertainment sphere. He was married to David Smith. His legacy as a dedicated and talented actor endures, even after his passing.