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Rennie's first appearance on screen was in the indie Canadian film Purple Toast, filmed in 1990 and released in 1993.Also in 1993, he began to take small roles in television series, including Highlander, Forever Knight and the revamped version of The Outer Limits.Rennie was brought up in middle-class Edmonton, Alberta, as the second of three boys.He graduated from Strathcona High School, where he met and befriended Bruce Mc Culloch from The Kids in the Hall.
The family moved to Canada when Callum was four years old. With the father characters of Falling Angels in 2003 and Flower and Garnet in 2002, Rennie expanded to playing more mature roles, rather than young, self-destructive rebels.He also impersonated self-controlled Inspector Wood in the period drama Torso: The Evelyn Dick Story in 2002 and appeared as the quiet dyslexic painter of Wilby Wonderful in 2004.He likes painting and admires abstract expressionist artists such as Basquiat, Motherwell and Pollock.
An enthusiastic mountain climber in his youth, Rennie still practices various sports.Rennie was then seen in the recurrent roles of the convenience store guru Newbie on Don Mc Kellar's cult television series Twitch City and of Detective Bobby Marlowe on the award-winning series Da Vinci's Inquest.