Marjorie is an actor, writer, director and educator who made her professional acting debut at 12, in CBC TV's movie "The Private Capital". Since then, she has worked in all venues of Theatre, Radio, TV and Film. Marjorie started her comedy career improvising with team BOFA at Canterbury High School of the Performing Arts in Ottawa, winning gold at the Canadian Improv Games. She was a long time member of The Vancouver Theatre Sports League and has performed with Rapid Fire in Edmonton, The Crumbs in Winnipeg, Atlanta's Dad's Garage, Improv Awareness in Ottawa and Bad Dog in Toronto. As a writer, Marjorie has contributed to CBC radio and HGTV's "She's Crafty". She performed on Broadway with Axis Theatre's critically acclaimed The Number 14. Marjorie received her BFA from Concordia University in Montreal and is a graduate of The Canadian National Voice Intensive at UBC. www.missmalpass.com.