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Sarah McVie

Sarah McVie, actress,
Photo of Sarah McVie courtesy of CBC.

B: in Ottawa, Ontario

Sarah McVie is a graduate of Canterbury Arts High School in Ottawa and George Brown Theatre School in Toronto and began her professional career performing for five seasons at the Stratford Festival of Canada where her roles included: Cordelia in King Lear opposite Christopher Plummer, The Bawd in Pericles, Lady MacDuff in Macbeth, and Marianna in All’s Well that End’s Well. McVie was also a member of the 2001 Stratford Conservatory for Classical Theatre Training and was the recipient with the John Hirsh Award for Most Promising Young Actor. She played numerous leading roles over a ten year period in productions at The Great Canadian Theatre Company in Ottawa including the premier of George F. Walker’s The Burden of Self Awareness and the sold-out run of The Public Servant, a play McVie co-created with Jennifer Brewin, Haley McGee and Amy Rutherford. The Public Servant was developed by Common Boots Theatre (formally Theatre Columbus) and co-produced by Nightwood Theatre for a sold-out Toronto run at the Canadian Stage Company’s Berkeley Street Theatre in March 2016.

Official website: www.sarahmcvie.com

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

The Perfect Teacher (TV-2010)
The Secret Sex Life of a Single Mom (TV-2014)
Guilty at 17 (TV-2014)
You Killed My Mother (TV-2017)

TV Series – Cast:
The Best Laid Plans (2014, mini-series)
Workin’ Moms (2017-)
Detention ADventures (2020)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
No Easy Days (2018)
The Handmaid’s Tale (2019)

American Gods (2020)