Originally from St. John's, Newfoundland, Jonathan Eagan began his career as additional editor on the Sons & Daughters produced web series Hot Snack Radio (Dir. Matt Eastman), before moving on to attend the Editor's Lab at the Canadian Film Centre. In the years since he has collaborated with a multitude of talented directors in a variety of mediums.
Jonathan's film credits include The Animal Project (written, produced and directed by Ingrid Veninger), Cast No Shadow (directed by Christian Sparkes), and We Were Wolves (co-written and directed by Jordan Canning). In 2014 Cast No Shadow swept the awards at the Atlantic Film Festival before being honoured with four Canadian Screen Award nominations including Best Picture.
Most recently, Jonathan co-edited The Lockpicker (written and directed by Randall Okita) which recently took home the inaugural John Dunning Discovery Award for Best Micro-Budget Feature Film at the Canadian Screen Awards.
In television, Jonathan's credits include CBC comedy Workin' Moms, the web series Cold for Los Angeles based New Form Digital and CraveTV comedies What Would Sal Do? and Letterkenny, both for New Metric Media .
Jonathan also enjoys directing in addition to his editorial work. His 2012 debut short film The Last Supper was awarded the BITE Comedy award for Best Short Comedy at the NSI Online Film Festival. He is currently in pre-production on a new short film as both writer and director, a coming-of-age drama entitled Rake.
He lives in Toronto.