Savage attended York University in Toronto, Ontario and graduated with a Masters in Fine Arts in 1992. Over the course of Savage’s career of 30+ years, he has been on numerous television series and films.
Booth Savage is best known to Canadian audiences for his role as a head coach in the miniseries Canada Russia ’72 (2006). His television credits include work for such series as Goosebumps (1995), Rabbit Fall (2007), Being Erica (2009) and Mr. D (2012). He appeared in such films as “Silence of the North” (1981) with Ellen Burstyn, the horror feature “Curtains” (1983) with John Vernon and the drama “Chasing Rainbows” (1988) with Paul Goss.
Having a deep root in theatre, Booth Savage still remains connected in stage and playwriting. His works include ‘Savage Heat’, ‘DADS’, ‘Reversing Falls’, ‘Pillow Talk’, ‘Pajama Games’, and ‘This Bloody Business’ which all have been performed across many stages throughout Canada.
His theatrical heritage also includes his status as an original member of the Toronto theatre company Theatre Passe Muraille and the Toronto Free Theatre. With the exception of the Yukon, Savage has performed in plays held in every province and territory throughout Canada.
Booth Savage is married to Janet-Laine Green and have two children. Their son Tyrone is also an actor.