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Dawn Ford recently received a Lifetime Membership Award from Actra and wrapped filming For the Love of Pasta, Crisis starring Gary Oldman directed by Nicolas Jarecki, Beans written and directed by Tracy Deer and is in "On the Basis of Sex" and the animated feature "Toopy and Binoo" 'Racetime" and series "Pompom Ours" and "Game Catchers" Dawn narrated the documentary feature "Lady Sapiens".

For more than 30 years, Dawn continues to impress critics, garnering critical acclaim as a celebrated performer, due to her dedication, depth, range, unlimited creative force and likability.  Over the course of her career, she has played numerous notable roles including a recurring role on the Canadian Screen Award winning series, 19-2, and the recurring role of Sheila Thompson in, The Art of More (Sony) starring Kate Bosworth.  Last year, she wrapped shooting MGM's feature film, Death Wish, with Bruce Willis, and starred opposite Luke Wilson in the comedy, Brad's Status.

Selected Film and Television credits include The Last Druid, directed by Mamoru Oshii (Ghost in the Shell), The Young & Prodigious Spivet with Helena Bonham Carter; Mirror Mirror starring Oscar Award winning Julia Robert and SYFY's Being Human.

Dawn has had the pleasure of working with directors, Academy Award-winning Denys Arcand (Barney’s Version, Stardom, Joyeux Calvaire), Gemini Award-winning Christian Duguay (The Art of War, Human Trafficking), Gemini-nominated Pierre Gill (Fakers), Emmy Award-winning Pierre Gang (Further Tales of the City), Richard Freidenberg (Education of Little Tree) and Pavla Ustinov (Hotel de L'Avenir), to name only a few.  

Furthermore, Dawn is an extremely talented voice actress, having played several series regular voices on the animated series, Wubby School (Muse), Jack (TVO) and the lead in Fishtronaut (PBS Kids).  Selected past voice credits include: Little Lulu, Toad Patrol, Animal Crackers, Mona the Vampire, and the Emmy Award-winning, Arthur.  

In addition to lending her voice to numerous commercial campaigns, Dawn has provided her voice to many Ubisoft Video Games, her unique and infalliable delivery with accents coupled with her impressive range has earned her countless credits in multiple series, including Assassins Creed, Tom Clancy and Far Cry.