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Cara Gee

Cara Gee, actress,
Photo of Cara Gee at the 2015 Canadian Screen Awards © 2015 by Ralph Lucas

B: in Calgary, Alberta

Cara Gee, pictured above at the 2015 Canadian Screen Awards, was born in Calgary but grew up in Aurora, Ontario. Gee has a BFA in acting from the University of Windsor and primarily works in theatre. Most recently, she performed in Arigato, Tokyo (Buddies in Bad Times), The Real World? (Tarragon), The Penelopiad (Nightwood), The Rez Sisters (Factory) and The Jones Boy (surface/underground). An ensemble member of the independent Birdtown and Swanville company, her credits there include Settlers, The Physical Ramifications of Attempted Global Domination, 36 Little Plays About Hopeless Girls, Dead Wrestlers, and Family Story. Other theatre credits include: Stitch (SummerWorks-Spotlight Award), Tout Comme Elle (Necessary Angel), Spirit Horse (Roseneath Theatre), Flowers (Rose City Theatre Festival), and Love. She plays the role of Camina Drummer on The Expanse. In the 2019 film The Call of the Wild, set for release in early January 2020, Cara Gee costars opposite Harrison Ford in this retelling of the classic 1903 Jack London story, set in the Yukon.

Also see: Cara Gee talks about the making of Empire of Dirt.

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

Gingerlip Lids (2010, short)
Hot Tw*t (2010, short)
Empire of Dirt (2013)
The Cycle of Broken Grace (2013, short)
Anne Darling (2013, short)
We Think it Belongs In The Sea (2015, short)
Birdland (2016)
Sundowners (2017)
We Forgot to Break Up (2017, short)
The Carmilla Movie (2017)
Trouble in the Garden (2018)
Home in Time (2018, short)
Bitter Smoke (2018, short)
Red Rover (2018)
Call of the Wild (2019)
Lone Wolf Survival Kit (2019)

TV Series – Cast:
Strange Empire (2014-2015)
Inhuman Condition (2016)
Seraphim (2016, mini-series)
The Expanse (2017-)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Repubic of Doyle (2013)
Darknet (2013)
The Neddeaus of Duqesne Island (2017)
Letterkenny (2017)

Red Rover, movie, poster,

The Call of the Wild, 2020 movie, poster,