A small town mountain girl at heart, Angie splits her time between Vancouver and Whistler, B.C., where she has lived for 13 years.
When she is not shredding the powder or swimming in a lake, Angie spends her time creating. She was a keen and committed member of the BC Actor Core Group for two years, an intensive acting program based in Vancouver B.C. She has studied under acting coach Neil Schell for over 7 years. neilschell.com
Angie also has had some minor success as an emerging filmmaker with 13 short films she has written, directed and often starred in. She is a passionate member of the Short Skirt Theatre Company whose members also participate in the annual productions of the Chairlift Revue.The Chairlift Revue took centre stage in Whistler Village during the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
To pay the bills, Angie has also worked for the Whistler Arts Council, Watermark Productions and Bushwoman Productions by dressing up as many a whacky character both on stage, and around town, to entertain the locals and tourists alike.
Angie spent six years working for at the Whistler Film Festival as the Industry Program Coordinator. Angie has also worked at Resort Television as a producer where she wrote and directed a variety of hosted segments. She has also instructed a variety of youth film programs through the Whistler Film Festival.
Prior to moving to Whistler full time, Angie worked for many years as an Assistant Director on various feature film and television productions in Vancouver. Angie studied film and theatre at Capilano College and the University of Victoria.
Her career began directly after high school in her home town of Gibsons, B.C. where she worked on the last three seasons of the CBC hit series “The Beachcombers”.
No matter how much time Angie spends behind the camera, that funny little acting bone keeps calling her name.
Motto: "Make em laugh, make em laugh, make em laugh!"