Sarah Weatherwax

Sarah Weatherwax, originally from the US, has an honours BFA in Acting from Emerson College. She now lives with her family in Toronto. Along with private voice/audition coaching, she’s worked as an on-set acting coach and taught at various places: Humber College Comedy Program; Workman Arts, a company devoted to fine arts training for people struggling with addiction and/or mental illness; Shakespeare & Company in Massachusetts; and Straeon Acting Studios in Toronto, Montreal and Boston. She’s done voice work on numerous shows including Young Drunk Punk, Haven, Heartland, Saving Hope, Rookie Blue, and movies such as The Book of Negroes (mini-series), Beeba Boys, Hobo With A Shotgun and The Big Hit. Her production of MUD by Maria Irene Fornes, received four (out of five) Ns from NOW Magazine, Toronto’s pri arts paper. Other stage credits include Marlene in Bordertown Cafe at the Port Stanley Festival Theatre and Violet in Farther Westdirected by Jackie Maxwell. She was the recipient of a generous grant from the Canada Council for the Arts to complete her training with the renowned Kristin Linklater in 2003. One of Sarah’s numerous short stories was a finalist (one of ten selected from 500) in an international competition. Member: Canadian Actors’ Equity Assoc. (CAEA) and the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television & Radio Artists (ACTRA).

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