Brandon Firla

Brandon Firla (born in Calgary, Alberta) is a Canadian actor and comedian, currently best known for his role as Clark Claxton on the television sitcom Billable Hours. In season 4 of Little Mosque on the Prairie in late September 2009 he began a role as the new Anglican priest in town, Reverend Thorne.

He was Captain of the Atheists team[1] on CBC Test the Nation: IQ broadcast live on January 24, 2010. When host Carole MacNeil asks, "Brandon you play a religious figure on TV and yet here you are, captain of the Atheists - how does that work?" he answers, "I'm not a fan of God but I'm a huge fan of irony."

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