Maggie Huculak has found a home on theatre stages across Toronto and across Canada. A member of the Necessary Angel company, she performed in the original Tamara, as well as Seven Lears, King Lear, Beating Heart Cadaver and Hysterica, which she co-authored. She is also the co-author of the collectively created The Betrayal which won a Chalmers Award in 1999. A six-time Dora Mavor Moore nominee she was given a Dora for another play she authored, Mein. Huculak has also performed in the premieres of such notable Canadian plays as The Lion in the Streets, Body and Soul, The Little Years and Play Murder. She has had leading roles at the Stratford Festival, Canadian Stage, Shaw Festival, Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre and London’s Grand Theatre. Her work as a narrator includes the English version of the CBC mini-series, Canada: A People`s History, as well as being the narrator for a dramatization of Michael Ondaatje’s In the Skin of a Lion and The English Patient.
Features & TV Movies: VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release
Touch My Lips (1990) Friends at Last (TV-1995) Dancing in the Dark (TV-1995) Where`s the Money, Noreen? (TV-1995) For Those Who Hunt the Wounded Down (TV-1996) Shoemaker (1996) Happy Christmas, Miss King (TV-1998) Monet: Shadow and Light (TV-1999) Dear America: Dreams in the Golden Country (TV-1999) The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer (TV-1999)
Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (TV-2000) Desire (2000) The Last Debate (TV-2000) Jewel (TV-2001) Midwives (TV-2001) Charms for the Easy Life (TV-2002) Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story (TV-2004) Intimate Stranger (TV-2006) Fugitive Pieces (2007) Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning (TV-2008) The Armoire (2009, short)
TV Series – Cast: Eric`s World (1991) Wind at My Back (1996) The Adventures of Shirley Holmes (1998) Canada: A People`s History (narrator, mini-series, 2000)
TV Series – Guest appearances: Katts and Dog (1989) War of the Worlds (1989) Street Legal (1991) E.N.G. (1993) Side Effects (1995) The New Ghostwriter Mysteries (1997) The Eleventh Hour (2002) Puppets Who Kill (2002, 2005) Queer as Folk (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005)
Cra$h & Burn (2010)
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