Rick Howland

Actor, Writer, Director & Musician

I first took acting in high school because I needed an art credit and I was terrible at drawing.


Rick Howland’s IMDb, Reel, Clips, Headshots, Resume & Biography 


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Aren’t we all a work in progress? 

And as such, I am always revamping my website with the aim to stay up-to-date and to be fully accessible.

I am also going to start SLOGGING
(because blogging is hard).


Bio, Underwritten, Acting Reel, Voice Reel… and The Early Days


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Backseat with P & J


Sharing interviews, upcoming events, appearances and projects I am supporting

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Personalized Autographed Photographs, signed from Me!  Be sure to include the name you want the autograph to, in the “Order Notes” on the checkout page.
Rick Singing


You can purchase a CD of my  EP “Hold My Hand”.  And have it autographed! Or if digital is your preferred format you can download it on iTunes from here too.
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Rick Howland is a Canadian, Green Card toting LA Actor, who is best known for the role of Trick” in five seasons of the hit SyFy series Lost Girl. Since moving to LA, he has been in Richard Elfman’s feature Bloody Bridget as the father in a father and son Comedian/Lawyer duo (he complied and wrote the jokes for the standup scene), he was Borachio in Much Ado… at the Shakespeare Club in Pasadena, the evil antagonist in the feature film Captain Tsunami’s Army, played opposite Chris Mulkey in A Safe Guide to Dying, a severed head on a shelf in Good Head, the Weregoat Dr. Stan in the web-series The Vamps Next Door (he co-wrote an episode) and King Richard III in “Literary Personals”. Howland is very proud to be a part of Canadian history, having played “Harry Buttman” in Bon Cop Bad Cop opposite Patrick Huard and Colm Feore, and played acting-icon Jayne Eastwood’s son in Endless Grind. He wrote his own stand-up routine for Club Land directed by Saul Rubinek, screenplay by Steven Webber. Howland starred opposite rock legend Meatloaf in the feature To Catch A Yeti. Selected guest stars include Killjoys, Sanctuary, Billable Hours (2 Seasons), Murdoch Mysteries and Sue Thomas F.B.Eye.

Selected theatre credits include: Much Ado About Nothing (Soul in Bliss) Veriété (Volcano), Shooting Penguins (Factory), A Short History of Night (Factory) and Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (YPT). He was also founder, writer and performer in The Four Strombones comedy troupe (Rivoli, Lee’s Palace, 1994 Toronto Fringe Festival and many more).

Howland wrote and directed the short films Safer at Home#InclusionRider the movie, Underwritten, for the Toronto 48-hour film festival. He produced, directed, performed, and edited the improvised series Backseat with P & J with Sunday Muse on YouTube and in the Laugh section of this site.

As a recording artist he has released his 3rd album, Hold My Hand, featuring “She’s a Goddess” heard in Season 4 Episode 2 of Lost Girl, album available on iTunes and in the Listen section. Find him on IMDB. He can be followed on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

He is currently studying with Steve Braun at The BGB Studio in Burbank.

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