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In 2011, Wiebe had a small part as Tommy Soldier #2 in the action/fantasy film “Sucker Punch,” which was directed by Zack Snyder and co-written by him and Steve Shibuya.
The film, starring Emily Browning, Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone, Vanessa Hudgens, Jamie Chung and Carla Gugino, gained mostly negative reviews from critics, but was an average box office success.
Cainan Wiebe is a two time Young Artist Award winning Canadian actor, thanks to his performances on the short film “A Pickle” (2009) and the TV film “16 Wishes” (2010).
He also received several Young Artist nominations for his works in the TV series “Sanctuary”, “Dinosaur Train” and “Supernatural” and the TV film “Beyond Sherwood Forest” (2009).
Cainan Wiebe kicked off his professional career in 2004 by having a guest spot in an episode of Showtime's comedy/drama series “Dead Like Me,” which starred Ellen Muth and Laura Harris.
Two years later, he played the role of Duncan Germaine in the episodes “Gone: Part 1” and “Gone: Part 2” of the USA Network sci fi series “The 4400.” The same year, Wiebe made his feature film acting debut as Billy Lenz (5 & 12 years) in the slasher flick “Black Christmas,” which starred Katie Cassidy, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Crystal Lowe, Lacey Chabert, Michelle Trachtenberg, Oliver Hudson, Kristen Cloke, and Andrea Martin.
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This version of Black Christmas, a Canada/US co-production, tells the story of Billy, a young boy who was abused by his mother as a child.
It was the actor's third appearance on the show after guest starring in the episodes “Wishful Thinking” (2008) and “Faith” (2006), where he appeared as Bully #1 and Boy Victim, respectively.
His co-stars in the film include Julia Benson, Dylan Schmid and Gabrielle Rose.
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Mom was cheating on Billy’s dad and eventually killed him.
That’s when she decided to keep Billy in the attic—for good, so that she and her lover could start their own family.