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Catherine Bruhier

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B: May 31, 1972 in Belize

Born in the Central American country of Belize, Catherine Bruhier grew up in Saint John, New Brunswick. She moved to Toronto when she was 17 to study acting at George Brown Theatre School. She continued her studies at York University, and the University of Toronto and came to the attention of theatre-goers when she won a Dora Award for her work in the play, Carrying the Calf. Catherine played the role of Elaine Besbriss on Due South. The Sacrifice, a 20-minute short, marked Catherine Bruhier’s debut as a director.

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

A Variation on the Key 2 Life (1993)
Bram Stoker`s Shadowbuilder (1997)

Positive Attitude (2003)
The Sacrifice (2003)
For Lease (2007)
Sofia (2009)
Footprints (2009)

In Between Life (2011, short)
Clean Teeth Wednesdays (2013, short)
I’ll Follow You Down (2013)
The Best Man Holiday (2013)

TV Series – Cast:
First Resort (1990)
Polka Dot Door (1992-1993)
Due South (1994-1997)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Katts and Dog (1990)
E.N.G. (1991, 1993)
Top Cops (1992)
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1994)
Forever Knight (1996)
Highlander: The Raven (1998)
Family Law (2001)
Port Charles (2001, 2002)
Missing (2003)
Yes, Dear (2003)
Soul Food, (2004)
Angela`s Eyes (2007)

Rookie Blue (2013)

Credits as a Director:
The Sacrifice (2003)

Clean Teeth Wednesdays (2013)