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melanie bray 2013

melanie bray 2013
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Melanie is an actor and producer who divides her time between Toronto and Vancouver. Born and raised in Montreal, she is fluently bilingual and enjoys performing in both french and english.

Melanie's recent credits include supporting lead, Barbara Light, in Rain Down as well as Wendy in Sook-Yin Lee's feature film Year of the Carnivore. She also plays the lead role in the short film Ms. Thing which premiered at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival in August 2010 and continues to do the festival circuit.

Other credits include: the role of Agatha on Psych, Lani Shipman on The L Word, and two episodes of Red Letter Films' docudrama series Eaux Troubles du Crime. She also played Sam on CBC's radio drama Swimming to China. Melanie co-produced watermarked, a short film that screened at the Montreal World Film Festival, in which she plays the lead role of Cynthia.

Melanie has done commercials for: Mr. Clean, Rogers, Inform'elles, Air Canada, American Cancer Society ("More Birthdays") directed by Mike Mills and many more.

She is a Jessie Richardson Award nominee (2002), and the winner of the Okanagan Film Festival's Craft Award for Excellence in Acting (2005).