Former “Sons of Anarchy” star Kim Coates will receive the 2017 ACTRA National Award of Excellence from the union representing Canadian performers.
The Gemini Award-nominated Saskatoon native will get the honour on Jan. 28 at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.
The award recognizes an ACTRA member’s career achievements.
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Coates’s film credits include “Black Hawk Down,” “Pearl Harbor” and the upcoming comedy “Goon: Last of the Enforcers.”
He’s also a stage veteran and has numerous TV credits, including recurring roles in “Entourage,” “CSI” and “Prison Break.”
“Kim Coates is a seasoned actor who built his career in Canada,” ACTRA national president Ferne Downey said in a statement.
“From his Saskatoon theatre roots to his breakout in the U.S. as a series lead in ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ Kim is a deeply gifted, soulful actor and a wonderful advocate for Canadian culture.”
ACTRA represents 23,000 Canadian TV, film and radio performers.