Of all the movie fandoms that exist out there, I have to say, I think that Marvel fans are easily some of the most dedicated ones out there. Although Stan Lee has recently tragically passed away, and Avengers: Endgame had us saying goodbye to some of our favourite people, the Marvel Character Universe continues to live on. Here are 12 Canadian actors who are part of the Marvel Character Universe.\nIt's so easy to forget that some of your favourite actors are actually from Canada, just like you and me! It's amazing to see how many talented women there are on this list, and men as well, of course:\nCobie Smulders // Maria Hill\nView this post on Instagram Press Day. I may be half awake but real excited to be talking (though not really able to say anything) about #spidermanfarfromhome thanks be to @jostrettell and @clarissanya for above the shoulders and @erinwalshnyc for below. A post shared by Cobie Smulders (@cobiesmulders) on Jun 5, 2019 at 5:04pm PDT\nCobie Smulders was born in Vancouver, British Columbia on April 3rd, 1982. When she was younger she dreamed of being a doctor or marine biologist but ended up finding a love for acting as a teenager. She's taken on the role of Maria Hill in the MCU and has appeared in several of the Avengers films and will be in the upcoming Spiderman: Far From Home film.\nEvangeline Lilly // Hope van Dyne\nView this post on Instagram This is how I feel every time somebody buys one of my books. ☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️ #happyhappyjoyjoy . @thesquickerwonkers @americanbooksellers @chaptersindigo @barnesandnoble @amazon #evangelinelilly A post shared by Evangeline Lilly (@evangelinelillyofficial) on Jun 11, 2019 at 9:55am PDT\nEvangeline was born in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, but was actually discovered by a modeling agency on the streets of Kelowna, British Columbia. She's appeared in several Marvel films, including the Ant Man franchise, and most recently, Avengers: End Game as Hope van Dyne.\nRachel McAdams // Christine Palmer\nView this post on Instagram These pictures feel like a lifetime ago! I hope Rach goes to Cannes again soon 🤩 → Midnight in Paris Cannes photocall, 2011 ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ photo credit: rachel-mcdams.net #rachelmcadams #owenwilson #kathybates #michaelsheen #alisonpill #tomhiddleston #coreystoll #marioncotillard #leaseydoux #adrienbrody #woodyallen #cannes #cannesfilmfestival #midnightinparis A post shared by Rachel McAdams (@rachelmcadams1) on May 28, 2019 at 7:48am PDT\nAre you really a Canadian if you're not familiar with Rachel McAdams? The starlet has had several iconic roles over the years, including Regina George in Mean Girls and Allie in The Notebook. In the MCU, McAdams appeared in Doctor Strange as Dr. Christine Palmer, proving that she can handle more than just romantic comedies and teen movies.\nEmily VanCamp // Sharon Carter\nView this post on Instagram Rest In Peace Stan Lee 💔 It was an honor to meet you and to play a part in your perfectly crafted universe. Thank you for decades of magical story telling 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 With love, your Sharon #MCU #Legend A post shared by Emily VanCamp (@emilyvancamp) on Nov 12, 2018 at 4:32pm PST\nEmily VanCamp was born in Port Perry, Ontario back in 1986. She's had several lead roles over the years in shows like Everwood and Brothers & Sisters. If you're a Marvel fan, you may have seen her in the Captain America franchise as Sharon Carter/Agent 13.\nPom Klementieff // Mantis\nView this post on Instagram 📷 @emmahollyjones #tbt 2015 A post shared by Pom Klementieff (@pom.klementieff) on May 16, 2019 at 10:32pm PDT\nPom Klemenetieff was born in Quebec City and is a professionally trained French actress. She's appeared in films such as Loup and Sleepless Night, and she made her Marvel debut in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, where she took on the role of Mantis.\nSerinda Swan // Medusa\nView this post on Instagram Be you... Laugh, cry, rage, stand tall, stand up, stand for... but don’t stand by. . #crownsup A post shared by STOP LOOKING AT ME SWAN (@serindaswan) on May 13, 2019 at 1:30pm PDT\nBorn in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Serinda Swan was raised in a family of talented actors and directors, so her profession has almost always been in her blood. She took on her first role at the age of three, and later went on to play the role of Medusa in the MCU.\nCarrie-Anne Moss // Jeri Hogarth\nView this post on Instagram I have a very personal entry over at @loveannapurnaliving about perimenopause and menopause. I wrote it last year was hesitant to share but after sharing it with a dear friend and feeling her relief at not being alone i chose to share it. Choosing to step into rites of passage with honesty grace and compassion :: If you feel inspired to read head over to @loveannapurnaliving for the whole deal. Took me 8 times just to figure out how to spell peri menopause 😳😊💓#fiercegracecollective photo by @cjust A post shared by Carrie-Anne Moss (@carrieannemoss) on Apr 16, 2018 at 10:53am PDT\nYet another Marvel Vancouver native is Carrie-Anne Moss. She studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, moved to Europe to pursue a modeling career, and eventually ended up playing the role of Jeri Hogarth on the Netflix/Marvel collab series, Jessica Jones.\nCurrie Graham // Calvin Chadwick\nView this post on Instagram Actor Currie Graham (TNT's Murder in the First) will be attending #TasteOfSpring tomorrow. It's not too late to buy your tickets! Link in bio. Also, check out Currie on Ten Days in the Valley this fall on ABC. #taste2017 #YPIpromise #PromiseScholars #CurrieGraham #MurderInTheFirst #TenDaysInTheValley A post shared by Youth Policy Institute (@ypiusa) on May 16, 2017 at 10:41am PDT\nCurrie Graham was born on February 26th, 1967 in Hamilton, Ontario. He's got several credits to his name including Assault on Precinct 13, Pompeii, and in the Marvel world, Agent Carter.\nLeah Gibson // Ingrid\nView this post on Instagram #leahgibson #actress #jessicajones #thetwilightsaga #eveofdestruction #beautifulface #beautiful #beautifulwoman #model #beautifuleyes #bedroomeyes #beautifulfaceswomen #brunette #beauty A post shared by Beautiful Faces of Women (@beautiful_faces_women) on Feb 4, 2019 at 1:58pm PST\nLeah Gibson was born in Victoria, British Columbia. She found a love for performing at a young age and went on to study dance and musical theatre throughout her childhood. You may have seen her on Netflix's Jessica Jones in the role of Inez Green.\nNathan Fillion // Monstrous Inmate\nView this post on Instagram Feeling good about a little grey in my beard. (Canadian spelling- not incorrect.) A post shared by Nathan Fillion (@nathanfillion) on Jun 1, 2019 at 8:20pm PDT\nMost Canadians are familiar with Nathan Fillion from his role on the popular TV series, Castle, but did you know he's also appeared in a Marvel film? Well technically, his voice has. Fillion voiced a character called Monstrous Inmate in Guardians of the Galaxy.\nDillon Casey // Will Daniels\nView this post on Instagram Happy 35th bday Dillon Casey #dilloncasey#backpackers#thevow#agentsofshield#nikita#designatedsurvivor#turn#remedy#skins#beingerica#vampirediaries#valemont#hotmen#celebritymalecrush#mostbeautifulmen A post shared by celebritymalecrush (@celebritymalecrush) on Oct 29, 2018 at 7:54pm PDT\nAlthough he was actually born in Texas, Dillon Casey has dual citizenship and attended university here in Canada. He's appeared in shows like The Vampire Diaries and Skins and made his Marvel debut in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D as Will Daniels.\nGloria Reuben // Adina Johnson\nView this post on Instagram Newsletter out today, find link below or in bio! https://mailchi.mp/c8b8efa85682/gloria-reubens-spring-newsletter-762697 #gloriareuben #jazz #nature #acting #cloakanddagger #actress #mrrobot #hollywood #goldenglobe #oscar #er #actorsguild #singing A post shared by Gloria Reuben (@gloreuben) on Apr 29, 2019 at 1:59pm PDT\nCanadian actress Gloria Reuben has an impressive number of credits to her name, including The Blacklist, Law & Order: SVU, and Drop Dead Diva. She appeared in Marvel's Cloak & Dagger as Adina Johnson.