ABOUT WILL BOWES
Will Bowes is an award winning director, writer, actor and singer/songwriter. His original films have toured festivals internationally. He is the lead singer in Toronto’s soul/funk/r&b band, Gold Complex, headlining music festivals NXNE & CMW. As an actor, Will is best known for his feature film roles in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and House at the End of the Street, opposite Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence. Select television credits include Alias Grace, Degrassi, Dark Matter, Rookie Blue, Copper, and Murdoch Mysteries.
Will has written and directed dozens of award winning short films and music videos, screened during international festival tours. Hunting Season, a film he wrote, directed, produced and had a supporting role in, won the award of excellence at the 2013 Canada International Film Festival.
Will is best known for his feature film roles in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and House at the End of the Street, opposite Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence. Select television credits include Alias Grace, Degrassi, Murdoch Mysteries, Saving Hope, Dark Matter, Rookie Blue, and Copper.
Will Bowes has been writing and performing original music since childhood. His earliest musical influencer was Neil Young, attending his concert at 6 years old. At age 11, he released his first single, September Cry, which he penned in response to the 9/11 tragedies and received a national radio campaign with interviews on CBC Radio One. He is currently the lead singer in Toronto based soul-pop band, Gold Complex, who’s debut EP is on regular radio rotation on CBC and CIUT nationwide, having their music licensed along with an on-camera performance on T.V’s Open Heart, currently on Netflix. Their full length studio album, New Soul, is due out this fall.
Will Bowes is the lead singer in Gold Complex, a dynamic soul pop octet based in Toronto. Described by the CBC's Errol Nazareth as "smooth, catchy and sexy,” their debut album, New Soul, is available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, and vendors worldwide.