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Brooke Palsson (born 23 April 1993[1]) is a Canadian actress and singer-songwriter.[2] She was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.[3] She is known for Less Than Kind (2008), Euphoria (2013), Keyhole (2012) and The Colossal Failure of the Modern Relationship (2014). She won the 2011 Canadian Comedy Award for Best Performance by a Female on television for her work on Less Than Kind. Her first EP was titled The Willow.[4] She played Melissa Day on the City / Netflix show Between.

Brooke Palsson
Brooke Palsson at CFC Annual BBQ Fundraiser 2014 (15190687755) (cropped).jpg
Palsson in 2014
Born (1993-04-23) 23 April 1993 (age 25)
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer-songwriter
Years active 2002–present
Known for Between

She performed during the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto's Distillery District.

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FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Halley's Comet Girl Short
2011 Rusted Pyre Sally Short
2011 Keyhole Denny
2012 Elijah the Prophet Levy Family Member Short
2013 Molly Maxwell Caitlin
2013 Euphoria Michelle
2015 The Colossal Failure of the Modern Relationship Amy

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Christmas Rush Melanie Morgan TV film
2004 While I Was Gone Jo Beckett's Daughter TV film
2007 Eye of the Beast Larissa Connor TV film
2008–2013 Less Than Kind Miriam Goldstein Main role
2011 Todd and the Book of Pure Evil Ariel "Simply the Beast"
2012 Flashpoint May Dalton "Broken Peace"
2013 Saving Hope Katie "I Watch Death"
2014 Rookie Blue Meghan Kelly "All by Her Selfie"
2015 Between Melissa Day Main role
2016 Orphan Black Elle "The Antisocialism of Sex"
2016 Lost & Found Music Studios "Take Control", "Let It Go"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Park Presents: Brooke Palsson "The Willow" Release with Ila Barker". 
  2. ^ Sandra, Thacker (29 June 2013). "Brooke Palsson splits time between acting and singing". CBC News. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  3. ^ http://www.brookepalsson.com/about/
  4. ^ Crosier, Steph (15 April 2014). "Brooke Palsson coming home". Winnipeg Free Press. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 

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