John L'Ecuyer

John L'Ecuyer was born in Montreal and studied at Ryerson University in Toronto. His first feature, Curtis's Charm, an adaptation of a Jim Carroll story, was released in 1995. His feature film credits include St. Jude (2000), and Le go?t des jeunes filles (2004) and the MOWs In God's Country, Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story, Choice: The Henry Morgentaler Story, and Tagged: The Jonathan Wamback Story. His television work includes Queer as Folk, Live Through This, ReGenesis, and Cold Squad. He directed "Known to the Ministry" and "The Stranger Inside" Season I of Da Vinci's Inquest.