Raoul Bhaneja (Hindi: रौल भनेजा; born 6 June 1974) is an English-Canadian actor, musician, writer and producer. His father is South Asian and mother is Irish. He has appeared in over seventy five different film and television projects along with a long list of theatre productions. A graduate of The National Theatre School of Canada and Canterbury High School's Arts Canterbury programme for drama, he was one of the stars of the television series Train 48, which produced over 300 episodes in two years and was broadcast on Global. His first job in television was in the first season of the 1996 cutting edge comedy The Newsroom, directed by Ken Finkleman for CBC. That was followed by his first starring role in a feature film, Extraordinary Visitor in 1998 directed by John Doyle opposite Andy Jones and Mary Walsh. Other features include Atom Egoyan's Ararat, The Sentinel opposite Michael Douglas, Touch of Pink with Jimi Mistry and Kyle MacLachlan, Weirdsville with Scott Speedman and Wes Bentley and more recently the 2013 romantic comedy The Right Kind of Wrong opposite Ryan Kwanten and Will Sasso. Television regular and recurring roles include The Dresden Files (SyFy), Runaways (CW), At The Hotel (CBC)with guest star appearances on Rookie Blue (ABC), Motive (ABC), Nikita (CW), Alphas (Syfy), Warehouse 13 (Syfy), Murdoch Mysteries (CBC), Saving Hope (CTV), The Listener (CTV), Flashpoint (CTV) and many more.