Ella Ballentine showed a very early interest in performing and began to study classical ballet when she was just four. She would soon move onto other dance forms and then took vocal training. Her professional acting career began in 2010 playing Francis Perks in the Mirvish Productions’ The Railway Children, which was followed by a role that used her dancing talente when she performed in Jörgen’s The Nutcracker during its Toronto run. Ballentine then landed a lead role in Numbers at the Toronto Fringe Festival, for which she received a Best Performance in Live Theatre nomination for the 2013 Young Artist Award. More recently she played the Young Cosette/Young Eponine for Mirvish Production’s 25th anniversary version of Les Miserables at Toronto’s Princess of Wales theatre in 2013/2014. She played the role of Medie Reno in the video game and subsequent TV series Time Tremors, released in 2013.
Also see: Canadian Screen Awards – Take Two.
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Words (2011, short)
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