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DEVON BOSTICK (Rodrick Heffley) has been working professionally in film and television for the past seven years. His lead performance in Atom Egoyan's "Adoration,” which screened in competition at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, is one of the highlight of his career. In 2008, the Canadian trade journal Playback named Devon one of "The Next 25,” a list of emerging Canadian artists.

He recently had a supporting role in "Saw VI,” and leading roles in George F. Romero's "Survival of the Dead,” Jeremy Podeswa's "Fugitive Pieces,” which opened the Toronto International Film Festival, and Kari Skogland's "The Stone Angel,” starring Ellen Burstyn. Devon's recent television work includes the recurring role of Leo in "Being Erica” and the role of Ezio in Yves Simoneau's "Assassin's Creed: Lineage.” He was nominated for a Young Artist Award for his work on "The Altar Boy Gang” and guest starred in "The Border” and in the pilot for the ABC series "Copper.”

Earlier TV work includes "Knights of the South Bronx” and "Degrassi: the Next Generation.”

Devon attended a performing arts school and, from grades five to nine, took classes at The Second City in Toronto.


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