Theatre, Film/TV, MoCap
Heather is an award winning theatre and film/TV actor, comedy performer, and half of the comedy duo, Morro and Jasp.
As an actor, Heather has appeared in Theatres across Canada and internationally. Most recently she won two Dora Mavor Moore Awards (alongside the ensemble), for "Best Performance by an Ensemble" and "Best Sound Composition", in A Tonic for Desperate Times (Theatre Gargantua). She has been nominated for six Dora Movor Moore Awards, winning in 2012 for "Outstanding Ensemble" in Morro and Jasp Go Bake Yourself. She has also won a Jenny Award, a MyTheatre Award, and been nominated for three Canadian Comedy Awards, winning one.
Heather is Morro in the duo, Morro and Jasp, whom have toured the country and the globe, with their series of shows, which include: Save The Date, Stupefaction, Go Bake Yourself, Morro and Jasp: 9-5, Morro and Jasp Gone Wild, and Puberty. The duo has also produced and starred in three short films, and a TV pilot.
Other theatre credits include: Orphan Song (Tarragon Theatre), A Tonic For Desperate Times (Theatre Gargantua - three time Dora Nominee), Post Alice (Here For Now Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Three Ships Collective), Remembering The Winnipeg General (Zietpunk - Dora Nominee for Best Ensemble), Let’s Go (DMT Productions), Bright Lights (Theatre Brouhaha), Emily’s Piano (Young Peoples Theatre), and The Money Tree (Roseneath - Dora Nominee for Best Ensemble).
In addition to appearing in television shows such as Workin' Moms, Saving Hope, and Reign, Heather did voice over for the video game (Un)Scripted, and recently starred in the web series, The Supers, The Stoners, and The Big Bad.