Jonas Chernick most recently co-wrote, co-produced and starred in the feature film Lucid (2005), which premiered at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival, screened in competition at the 2006 Shanghai International Film Festival, and won the City TV Award for Best Canadian Film at the 2005 Vancouver International Film Festival. He has a recurring role on the CBC comedy "Little Mosque on the Prairie" (2007), appeared in several episodes of Ken Finkleman's award-winning series "At the Hotel" (2006), and had recent guest roles on the series "'Til Death Do Us Part" (2006) and "This Is Wonderland" (2004). Jonas co-starred with Kevin Pollak and Liane Balaban in the 2004 feature film Seven Times Lucky (2004), which had its world premiere at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival, screened at the 2004 Toronto International Film Festival, and won the awards for 'Best Feature Film' and 'Best Screenplay' at the 2004 Methodfest Film Festival in Los Angeles and the City TV Award for Best Western Canadian Film at the 2004 Vancouver International Film Festival. Jonas made his feature film debut by co-developing and starring in Sean Garrity's Inertia (2001), which won the City TV Award for Best First Feature Film at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival and for which he won a Blizzard Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor. In recent years, Jonas has been featured in several high-profile television projects including CBS's Mayday (2005) (TV); Lifetime's Intimate Stranger (2006) (TV) and Recipe for a Perfect Christmas (2005) (TV); Disney's Eloise at the Plaza (2003) (TV) in which he co-starred opposite Julie Andrews; FX's Emmy-nominated The Pentagon Papers (2003) (TV) with James Spader;and CBS's The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth About Enron (2003) (TV). In 2003, Jonas was a member of the ensemble cast of CTV's hour-long drama "The Eleventh Hour" (2002), which won the 2003 Gemini Award for Best Dramatic Series. Recent television guest appearances include "The Adventures of Shirley Holmes" (1996) (YTV); "Queer as Folk" (2000) (Showtime); "Doc" (2001) (PAX); "Mutant X" (2001) (Sci-Fi) and "Earth: Final Conflict" (1997) (Sci-Fi).