Kirklin Maclise


Kirklin's prior TV credits include a recent small role on the NBC series Fear Itself, a lead role in the CBC pilot Easton Meets West, and a Healthy Alberta commercial that aired on television and in movie theatres. She recently graduated from the Victoria School of Performing Arts in Edmonton, majoring in acting, dancing and singing, and studies film acting with local coach/teacher Bill Davidson. Regularly cast in both musical theatre and dramatic roles at school (Thoroughly Modern Millie and Crucible recently), in the St. Albert Children's Theatre (Bye Bye Birdie, Snow White, Honk) and the Edmonton Fringe Festival (lead - Mergatroid Merchesson - Return of the Glass Slipper) she lives to perform - and compete in track and soccer. A formidable outside midfielder and striker in soccer, her greatest athletic accomplishments include qualifying for the Junior and Legion National track meets in 2008 after gold medal wins in the 400m and 200m events at the provincial level.