Robert Naylor

Robert Naylor is a main character of the film GHOST TOWN ANTHOLOGY. It will be screened on Thursday, October 17, at the festival cinema CINEMA Arthouse, in the presence of Robert Naylor.

Born in Quebec, Canada, Robert Naylor is fluent in English and French. He started taking theatre classes at the age of 5, and acting quickly turned into a passion. On his first audition he landed a role in an English TV commercial and has never looked back.His acting career began in 2005; he portrayed the voice of D.W. in PBS's beloved animated TV series Arthur. At the age of 12 he landed his first lead role in the Quebec feature film 10½ (2010), the second feature film directed by Daniel Grou (aka Podz). He plays Tommy alongside veteran Quebec actor Claude Legault. The film earned him the Best Actor award at the 12th International Film Festival Bratislava in 2010; in 2011, he also won a Young Artist Award - Leading Performance by an Actor in an International Feature Film, as well as a nomination for a Genie Award in the category of Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. He has since held many prominent roles across a wide variety of projects, working with renowned film-makers such as Wim Wenders (Every Thing Will Be Fine), Tarsem Singh (Immortals) and Denis Coté (Ghost Town Anthology). He has also appeared in numerous TV productions in both English and French (19-2, Cardinal, Being Human). A musician, he earned his first credit as a composer in 2018 with the film When Love Digs A Hole, in which he also stars. Naylor composed the entirety of the score for the film, which, along with his performance, was met with universal acclaim from critics.