Miranda is a Canadian University of Toronto alumna, and MFA student at the Actor's Studio Drama School, who acts onstage, on-camera, and in voice-over. When she's not performing she also creates theatre as a freelance producer. She's currently located in NYC. She has performed at the Rose Theatre Brampton under the direction of Scott Lale, starring Peter Van Wart in "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum", and "Over The River And Through The Woods" starring Dawn Wells, as well as Drayton Entertainment's "Not Now Darling", directed by Marcia Kash. Favorite on-screen work includes the award-winning webseries, "Pure Pwnage", the award-winning Ira Sachs film, "Keep The Lights On", and the new feature films "Kilimanjaro", and "Construction". She is extremely excited to be working on the new "Pure Pwnage" feature film (currently in production). As a voice-over artist she has performed as a vocalist on the Gemini award--winning TV show "Pure Pwnage" (Showcase), as well as Gemini-nominated "Lost Girl: The Motion Comic" (Showcase/ Bedlam Games); "Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale" (Atari/ Bedlam Games); "9 Clues: The Legend of Serpent Creek" (Tap It Games), and national radio commercials for DioGuardi Tax Law. She co-founded a theatre company in Toronto called "Theatre In Her Shoes", and co-produced the Summerworks production of "Ablaze", and co-created the "Footprints Festival" to showcase new works of female playwrights in Canada. She executive produced the Canadian premiere of Seth Rudetsky's "Deconstructing Broadway". In New York, Miranda has had the pleasure of working with companies such as AnimalParts Theatre, and the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe tour of "Tenderpits", TITAN Theatre's "Romeo & Juliet", The Eagle Project's "Wood Bones", and Co-Op Theatre East's "Good Shape". She also sings jazz with her band "Little Reds and The Wolfson Brothers". They are currently in the process of recording their first CD to be released soon.
- Actress and Voice Over Artist