Gabrielle Miller is one of Canada’s most celebrated performers. A professional actor for nearly two decades, she is widely recognized for her lead roles on two of Canada’s most successful series: the runaway hit CTV series Corner Gas (six seasons), the highest rated comedy program in Canadian television history, and the critically acclaimed dramedy Robson Arms (three seasons). She was recently nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for her role in the feature film Moving Day and is currently in production on City’s Mother Up!, a 13-episode, half-hour adult animated comedy series starring Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives). It will debut as part of City’s prime-time line-up and be available exclusively in the U.S. on the free, ad-supported Hulu. Along with her recurring role on Call Me Fitz, opposite Jason Priestley, Gabrielle also has guest roles on CBS’s Person of Interest and Showtime’s popular series Lost Girl this season. And she stars in the feature film Down River, starring Helen Shaver (The Color of Money, Desert Hearts). Last spring she starred on stage in New York at the Cherry Lane Theatre in the popular play Psycho Therapy. Combined, Gabrielle has garnered 12 Gemini and Leo Award nominations. In 2005 and 2006 she won a Leo Award for her role as Lacey Burrows on Corner Gas, and in 2007 took home a Gemini Award for best ensemble cast in a comedy. For her portrayal of Bobbi Briggs on Robson Arms, Gabrielle won the 2007 Leo Award and 2009 Gemini Award for Best Dramatic Performance. Talented and vivacious, Gabrielle has been busy on the big and small screen with a number of projects including the feature film Sisters & Brothers and the Hallmark Hall of Fame MOW Trading Christmas. Her other film and TV credits include Elijah, Holiday in Handcuffs, Love and Other Dilemnas, Breaking News, Pasadena, Frasier, The X-Files, DaVinci’s Inquest, The Outer Limits, NCIS and Cold Case, to name a few. Gabrielle also does extensive charitable work, supporting organizations such as Vela Microboard and World Vision.
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