Maev Beaty is a critically-acclaimed actor, writer and voice-over artist.

She has originated roles in 23 Canadian premieres (Hannah Moscovitch’s Bunny, Kate Hennig’s The Last Wife, Michael Healey’s Proud and The Front Page, Judith Thompson’s Palace of the End, Sharon Pollock’s Angel’s Trumpet); co-writing and starring in award-winning theatre (Secret Life of a Mother, Montparnasse, Dance of the Red Skirts); performing in ensembles of epic theatre endeavours (Sheep No Wool/Outside the March/Convergence’s Passion Play, Nightwood’s Penelopiad, Volcano’s Another Africa, TheatreFront’sThe Mill); and interpreting lead classic roles across the country and over five seasons at the Stratford Festival (The Front Page, King Lear, She Stoops to Conquer, School for Scandal). She is a Toronto Theatre Critics’ Award winner, three-time Dora Award winner and ten-time Dora nominee in both performance and writing, referred to as “the excellent Maev Beaty” by the New York Times. Her film debut (Mouthpiece) was a Special Presentations Opening Film at 2019 TIFF.

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Maev has been the voice of several advertisement campaigns on radio and television (Toronto Star, Tim Horton’s, RBC), the voice of the Biography Channel, narrated documentary series (Shrines and Homemade Holy Places) and animated films. For Maev Beaty’s voiceover work, please contact Sandi Sloan at Fountainhead Talent. Her demos can be found on

Her audiobook narration includes Lear’s Shadow by Claire Holden Rothman,.

Maev Beaty is represented by Tovah Small
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