Fiona Reid, CM (born 24 July 1951) is an English-born Canadian television, film, and stage actress. She is best known for her roles as Cathy on the TV series King of Kensington and Harriet Miller My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
|Spouse(s)||McCowan Thomas (m. 1977)|
Fiona Reid is one of Canada’s best known stage actors, having performed in theatres across the country, including five seasons with the Stratford Festival and twelve seasons at the Shaw Festival, as well as theatres in Great Britain and the U.S.. Over her career her performances have garnered her two Dora Mavor Moore awards, a Jessie Award (Vancouver) and a Sterling Award (Edmonton). In 2015, Fiona received the Toronto Critics’ Award for her performance of Sonia in Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike (Mirvish Productions).
Her career has been marked by diverse signature roles that include Rose in The Children, Amanda (The Glass Menagerie), Julie (London Road), Blanche Dubois (A Streetcar Named Desire), Lady Bracknell (The Importance of Being Earnest), Martha (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf), Mrs Lovett (Sweeney Todd), Hedda Gabler and Clare (A Delicate Balance), amongst many others. Her film credits include My Big Fat Greek Wedding, One Week and The Time Traveler's Wife.
In 2019 Fiona began her run in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway.
She has twice won the Dora Mavor Moore Award, in 1993 for Fallen Angels and in 1995 for Six Degrees of Separation. She won an Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award (Sterling Award) for her performance in August: Osage County.
|1974–1975||Dr. Zonk and the Zunkins||–||Television series|
|1975–1976||Coming Up Rosie||Mona Swicker||Television series|
|1975–1978||King of Kensington||Cathy||ACTRA Award for Best Performance in a Continuing Role in a Television Program|
|1978||Witch's Night Out||Nicely||Voice|
|1982||An Honourable Member||Trish Baldwin|
|1988||Switching Channels||Pamela Farbrother|
|1988||Milk and Honey|
|1992||Beethoven Lives Upstairs||Mother|
|1996||Any Mother's Son||Doris||TV Film|
|1998||Noddy||Mrs. Tubby Bear, Mrs. Noah||Voice|
|1998||At the End of the Day: The Sue Rodriguez Story||Sandra Burtch|
|2000||Timothy Goes to School||Mrs. Jenkins||Voice|
|2000||Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse||Diamonds||Voice|
|2000||PR||Deirdre Duncan||Television series|
|2002||Duct Tape Forever||Judge Hanson|
|2002||My Big Fat Greek Wedding||Harriet Miller||Nominated – Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture|
|2003||Jacob Two-Two||Sour Pickles||Television series|
|2004||Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story||Lucinda Pilcher||TV Movie|
|2008||One Week||Mary Tyler|
|2009||The Time Traveler's Wife||Lucile Abshire|
|2010||Haven||Piper Landon||Television series|
|2016||My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2||Harriet Miller|
|2018||Bravest Warriors||Slippy Napkins||Season 4|
|2018||Chateau Laurier||Mrs. Bracebridge||Web series|
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