Matthew Currie Holmes (born May 26, 1974) was a Canadian actor/producer/writer/director. As an actor, he has appeared in over forty film and television projects.
He played the lead character, Stick, on the acclaimed Canadian series Godiva's. Currie Holmes won the Leo award for Best Supporting Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series in 2005, and was again nominated for the award in 2006. He was also a series regular on the hit Canadian television series Edgemont. His feature film credits include The Fog, Firewall, Jet Boy, and Wrong Turn 2: Dead End. Dawn of the Dead (2004 film)
Currie Holmes produced and starred in the short film My Charlotte (2009), which was chosen as an Official Cinéfondation Selection at Cannes.
As a writer, Currie Holmes has written and story edited dozens of projects for producers and directors in both Hollywood and Canada. Most recently, he co-wrote the action/horror film Demonology with X-men, X2, and Watchmen scribe David Hayter, which as of December 2011, is in development.
He joined forces with writer/director Tracy L. Morse to form The Blood Bros, a creative company dedicated to the art, honour and preservation of well-written American/Canadian horror. Together Matthew and Tracy have a slate of films in various stages of development. In 2012, they directed their first feature film, entitled P5Ych.