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Heather Allin

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HomeTown: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Heather Allin is an American actress and producer who is known for Banned, Welcome to Mooseport, Survival of the Dead, and Disconnect. Born on , , Heather Allin hails from Toronto, Canada. As in 2024, Heather Allin's age is N/A. Discover below for comprehensive details about Heather Allin, including the biography, wiki profile, age, date of birth, family background, relationship status, interesting facts, photographs, lesser-known facts, and more.

Heather Allin Profile:

Stage NameHeather Allin
Real NameHeather Allin
Profession(s)Activist, Actress, Artist, Filmmaker, Writer,
Zodiac SignVirgo
BirthplaceToronto, Canada
HometownToronto, Ontario, Canada

Heather Allin Family and Personal Life

  • Heather Allin‘ father’s name is Not Available and Heather Allin‘ mother’s name is Not Available.

Heather Allin Trivia and Facts

  • Heather Allin was born in Toronto, Canada.
  • Heather Allin’s birth sign is Virgo.
  • Heather Allin is an actress and producer, known for Banned, Welcome to Mooseport, Survival of the Dead, and Disconnect.
  • An actress, filmmaker, artist, and advocate. Notably, she served as the Producer and Executive Producer for the short narrative advocacy film “REEL WOMEN SEEN,” filmed in Vancouver and Toronto in 2016. The project featured a 100% female cast, creative team, and over 90% female crew and post-production staff. “REEL WOMEN SEEN” focused on illuminating work opportunities for women both in front of and behind the camera and received sponsorship from 40+ industry partners, unions, and guilds. The film premiered in Vancouver on April 25th, 2017, and in Toronto on May 25th, 2017.
  • Heather Allin’s recent acting credits include various projects such as “Stepdaughter’s Revenge,” “Played,” “The Listener,” “Rookie Blue,” “Small Town Murder Songs,” “Let Him Be,” “Survival of the Dead,” “Dan for Mayor,” “Welcome to Mooseport,” “Flashpoint,” and “Degrassi: The Next Generation.” Her stage involvement encompasses a range of productions, including her one-woman show “Just Lift Your Feet,” “Lying on the Escarpment,” “Asleep At The Wheel,” “You Won’t Be Here Tomorrow,” “Richard III,” “A Comedy of Errors,” and “Romeo and Juliet.”
  • In addition to her accomplishments in acting and filmmaking, Allin is a playwright, having written and produced “Just Lift Your Feet.” Currently, she is working on developing a short and a feature film.
  • Heather Allin actively contributes to the Canadian film, TV, and New Media industry, holding positions in ACTRA Toronto and National councils. She served as the President of ACTRA Toronto from 2009 to 2013 and was the founding chair of the ACTRA Toronto conferences, now in its 17th year.
  • Her contributions extend to chairing the negotiating caucus for Toronto during two IPA and one NCA contracts. During her term on the council, she played a role in creating the ACTRA Awards in Toronto, initiating the “I Work ACTRA” campaign, producing the TAWC video “Get Women Working,” and contributing to the TAWC Tool Kit.
  • Beyond her industry involvement, Allin has served as a board member and member of the Artistic team for Shakespeare in the Rough, contributed to the ROI (Return on Innovation fund with over 1 Billion in assets), and currently serves as a board member of Women in the Director’s Chair.
  • Heather Allin stands as a proud advocate for a vibrant Canadian film, TV, and New Media industry, emphasizing the importance of diverse cultural narratives, particularly those by women. She encompasses roles as an actor, activist, artist, filmmaker, and writer.

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