|Date of Birth:||1969 May 16|
|Age:||48 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 11 Inch|
Yannick Bisson is a Canadian film and television actor as well as director. He is best known for his role as Detective William Murdoch on the series Murdoch Mysteries. In 2017, Bisson appeared on the television series like Dead Over Heels: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery and A Bundle of Trouble: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery. Bisson is married to Chantal Craig and is blessed with three children.
As of 2017, Yannick Bisson has the estimated net worth of $5 million and has the salary of $39614 per year. His main source of income is acting.
Instagram: Yannick Bisson
Since 1984, Bisson is continuously working in the field of acting. So till the date, he has starred in numbers of movies as well as television series. As being active on the field of acting, his net worth is sure to be increased in upcoming days.
48 years old Yannick Bisson is already married. At the age of 21, Bisson tied a knot with his beloved wife Chantal Craig in May 1990. Chantal is a former fitness instructor who currently works as a television content creator and writer. This couple met each other during their high school days.
Chantal has also appeared on two Bisson's television series: Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye and Murdoch Mysteries. This couple is blessed with three daughters Brianna, Dominique and Mikaela. Their daughter Brianna has played "Penny Renton" in an episode of Murdoch Mysteries entitled "Love and Human Remains."
Yannick Bisson was born on May 16, 1969, in Montreal, Canada. He belongs to French and English ancestry. As being such a renowned actor, he hasn't revealed any information about his parents. Bisson grew up along with his sibling sister Tania Lapointe.
Instagram: Yannick Bisson childhood image
Today is a very good day. I'm so happy to have my beautiful friend @meg_follows here directing @cbcmurdoch Some 30 odd years ago I had the privilege of being cast along side her in #hockeynight It was my first dramatic role and I was so impressed by her talent and skill. I am even more so now as she follows (ahem) in the footsteps of her father Ted, a great director I also had a chance to work with. ????
As a teenager, Bisson moved to Toronto, Ontario and began his acting career during his high school. His father supported him in acting and encouraged him to reply to a newspaper advertisement seeking "child actors".
Bisson developed his passion towards acting during his high school days. Furthermore, his father also supported him and also encouraged him to reply to a newspaper advertisement seeking "child actors." However, in 1984, Bisson made his acting debut through the television series Hockey Night as Spear Koza.
Youtube: Hockey Night
Later from 1988-89, Bisson appeared in the Canadian television series Learning the Ropes. Furthermore, he also appeared in the syndicated action series, High Tide. Likewise, Bisson also made his appearance on the short-lived CBC show, "Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy."
Instagram: Another WolfCop
In 1986, Bisson made his first movie appearance through the movie Toby McTeague as Toby. After that, he starred in the movies like My Pet Monster, Velocity Trap, Casino Jack etc. Well, his recent movies are Static, Year by the Sea and Another WolfCop.
Youtube: Toby McTeague
Recently in 2017, he appeared in the television series like Dead Over Heels: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery and A Bundle of Trouble: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery. Furthermore, he also appears on the television series Murdoch Mysteries as Det. William Murdoch since 2008.
Twitter: Murdoch Mysteries
After an accident on the streets of #Toronto, Murdoch is racing against the clock to solve the case. Go behind the scenes of 'The Accident', an episode that takes place in real-time! #MurdochMysteries #MysteryMonday pic.twitter.com/upUbDayazV
— Murdoch Mysteries (@CBCMurdoch) November 10, 2017
Regarding his recent activities, Yannick Bisson is giving continuity to his acting profession. In 2017, he appeared on the television series like Dead Over Heels: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery and A Bundle of Trouble: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery. Moreover, since 2008 he appears on the regular series Murdoch Mysteries.