Dillan Chiblow
Actor, Singer
ACTRA Apprentice
“Overcome the notion that you must be regular. It robs you of the chance to be extraordinary.”
– Uta Hagen

Dillan is a Ojibway storyteller from Garden River Ontario. He didn’t get into performing arts until he was 17, as he grew up playing hockey and baseball, but as soon as he found his love for the stage he was hooked. It led him to do a summer Musical Theatre intensive course at NYU Steinhart, which confirmed for him this is what he wanted to pursue.

Dillan is a graduate of Sheridan Music Theatre performance program, where he trained as a young professional. During the summers, Dillan was fortunate enough to work with the Charlottetown Festival’s Young Company, where he performed in The Talking Stick, a musical about different Indigenous people across Canada. During that summer he was given the opportunity to perform for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Will & Kate) on their royal tour.

Upon graduation of Sheridan, Dillan performed in Toronto Fringe and Summerworks Festivals, as well as doing several contracts with Native Earth. He then filmed Highrise: Digital Citizenship with the National Film Board of Canada.

Shortly after, Dillan felt the desire to further his craft and skill set. He attended The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Master’s in Musical Theatre program, where he built upon his previous training and professional experience. He is now back in Toronto and is eager and excited to continue growing as an artist.