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Nadia Litz


B: December 26, 1979 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Nadia Litz became interested in movies at the age of 6 and began acting when she was still a child. Born in Winnipeg of Polish/Ukrainian ancestry, she moved to Toronto at the age of 16. Her career took an upturn after she starred in a Canadian Film Centre short, Shift, which won her a Best Actress Award at the Yorkton Film Festival. Following her work in the Genie award-winning film The Five Senses, Maclean’s magazine voted her “One to Watch” for the new millennium. She played Sam Shepard’s daughter in 2002’s After The Harvest and was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best Actress for that role. In 2007 she won the Vancouver’s Critics Award for her role in Reg Harkema’s Money Warfare. While pursuing acting, she obtained a Film Studies degree at York University. She also studied Film Producing at UCLA.

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