Montreal, QC (April 4, 2019) – ACTRA Montreal is proud to announce the nominees of the 2019 Performance Awards, to be held May 4th at Le Gesu.

Outstanding Performance – Female
Caroline Dhavernas       Mary Kills People
Kaniehtiio Horn             Man in The High Castle
Karine Vanasse              Cardinal
Katy Breier                    FANatic
Victoria Sanchez            Bellevue

Outstanding Performance – Male
Neil Napier                      The Disappearance
Joe Cobden                      Mean Dreams
Alex Weiner                    Fugazi 
Andrew Walker              Snowed-Inn Christmas
Brent Skagford               Eye On Juliet

Outstanding Voice – Female
Lucinda Davis                        Racetime
Pauline Little                         Zafari
Holly Gauthier-Frankel       Zafari
Eleanor Noble                     Maggie & Bianca
Angela Galuppo                  Racetime

Outstanding Voice – Male
Wyatt Bowen                    Chop Chop Ninja
Brian Froud                       Zafari
Mike Paterson                  ToonMarty
Richard M. Dumont          Trulli Tales
Mark Camacho                 Chop Chop Ninja

Outstanding Performance in a Videogame – Female
Patricia Summersett        Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Erika Rosenbaum             Outlast 2
Catherine Kidd                 For Honor
Tamara Brown                  Outlast 2
Sarah Booth                     Far Cry 5

Outstanding Performance in a Videogame – Male
Tristan D. Lalla                  Assassin’s Creed: Origins
Shawn Baichoo                  Outlast 2
Julian Casey                      We Happy Few
Wyatt Bowen                     Rainbow Six: Siege – Outbreak
Carlo Mestroni                   Outlast 2

Outstanding Stunt Performance
Max Laferriere  
Héléna Laliberté              
Michael Scherer

2019 ACTRA Montreal Woman of the Year, Eramelinda Boquer, will be recognized at the event and Life Membership will be presented to Dawn Ford and Bill Rowat. The show will be hosted by comedian, actor Chris Sandiford.

“There are so many talented performers in Montreal and we’re fortunate there are an abundance of amazing projects being produced in this city,” says Simon Peacock, ACTRA Montreal President. “From their roles on TV shows, to feature films and videogames, it gives us great pleasure to celebrate our members’ outstanding performances at our upcoming awards gala.”

ACTRA Montreal is a valued branch of ACTRA, representing more than 3,000 of Canada’s 25,000 professional performers working in English-language recorded media in Canada. As an advocate for Canadian culture since 1943, ACTRA is a member-driven organization that continues to secure rights and respect for the work of professional performers.