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Kristen Harris

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B: November 16, 1976 in Calgary, Alberta

At the age of 17, Kristen Harris studied at the Groundlings Theatre Improv School in Los Angeles. She studied voice performance at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music to study voice performance. Her first professional role was playing Mary-Louise Parker’s sister in the CBS drama, Vinegar Hill. In 2011 she was in two films that screened at the Cannes Film Festival (The Lost Dreams Of Narcissus and Echo, The Forest Path). She won the ACTRA Manitoba award for Most Outstanding Performance by a Female Artist in September of 2012 for her work in Passionflower.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Vinegar Hill (TV-2005)
Lucid (2005)
Category 7: The End of the World (TV-2005)
Halley`s Comet (2006)
House Party (TV-2006)
Maneater (TV-2007)
Holiday Switch (TV-2007)
Taken in Broad Daylight (2009)
Fragments (2009)
New in Town (2009)
Taken in Broad Daylight (TV-2009)

Of Games and Escapes (2010)
The Lost Dream of Narcissus and Echo (2011, short)
The Forest Path (2011, short)
Passionflower (2011)
Wrong Turn 4: Bloodu Beginnings (2011)
Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure (VR-2011)
We Were Children (2013)
Bunks (TV-2013)
The Gabby Douglas Story (TV-2014)
The Choking Game (TV-2014)
The Exorcism of Molly Hartley (2015)
A Dream of Christmas (TV-2016)
Before You Say Anything (2016)
Washed Away (TV-2017)
Christmas Connection (TV-2017)
Sorry for your Loss (2017)
One Winter Weekend (TV-2018)
GONE: My Daughter (TV-2018)
Night Hunter (2018)
Look Away (2018)
Into Invisible Light (2018)
Breakthrough (2019)
The Parts You Lose (2019)
Nobody (2020)
Welcome to Sudden Death (2020)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story II (2012, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
House Party (2008)
Less Than Kind (2008, 2010, 2012)

Todd and the Book of Pure Evil (2010)
Men With Brooms (2010)
Flashpoint (2011)
Layla & Jen (2013)
The Pinkertons (2014, 2015)
Channel Zero (2016)
Burden of Truth (2018)

Sorry For Your Loss, movie, poster,