Lorne is classically trained and has acted in, and directed, a diverse range of theatre productions such as King Lear, on Canada’s premiere A-house stage at the National Arts Centre, and Black Elk Speaks at the Denver Center.
Throughout his career, Lorne’s received numerous nominations and distinguished awards for his body of work and is the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Thompson Rivers University. He also has the rare honor of having a theatre space named after him in the rebuilt Roxy Theatre in Edmonton Alberta. The Lorne Cardinal Theatre is scheduled to open November 2021.
Lorne’s also an executive producer, director, story consultant and content creator. Additionally, he’s a sought after voice actor for clients like Penguin Randomhouse, Canada’s Museum of Civilization and projects such as Corner Gas Animated, Open Season: Scared Silly and Peabody award-winner Molly of Denali.