Peter Stebbings is a Canadian actor best known for his television roles as Paul Deeds in Traders (1997-2000) and as Markus Alexander in Jeremiah, from 2002-2004.
He also starred as Alvin Klein on the supernatural drama series The Listener.
Stebbings started a very busy 2010 with a supporting lead in the Universal Studios feature Immortals directed by Tarsem Singh.
He then shot a lead role in the TV feature, Exposed, for HBO Canada and took the lead role in Separation, an independent Canadian feature.
Some of the roles of which Stebbings is proudest are the lead roles in Kardia and The Limb Salesman, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival; the lead role of Marcus Alexander in the Showtime series Jeremiah; series lead Kevin Sharp in the Vancouver based teen series Madison; Paul Deeds, the savvy and shrewd investment banker, seen in the final two seasons of Traders, and the series lead Billy Beckett, in a two-hour back door pilot called S.I.S. for Spike TV and series lead Harley McPherson in Rabbit Fall.
He has had the privilege of working with Canadian film directors Mina Shum (Drive She Said), Bruce McDonald (Picture Claire), and Anais Gronofsky (On Their Knees, The Limb Salesman), among others.
He has been nominated on three separate occasions for a Gemini and once for a LEO award. In 2007 he starred in Jack and Jill vs. The World, with Taryn Manning and Freddie Prince Jr., which he co-wrote and produced.
Stebbings received a warm reception from his first feature film, Defendor, which he wrote and directed, starring Woody Harrelson, Kat Dennings, and Sandra Oh. The film debuted at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival.
Other projects include the independent feature films The Wrestlers and The Kids Are On Fire and several TV shows.
Stebbings currently resides in Toronto.