Maev Beaty

Actor, Canadian Actors Equity Association Council

Maev Beaty is a critically-acclaimed stage and screen actor, writer and voice-over artist with over 50 theatre performance credits.

She has originated roles in 25 Canadian premieres (including Hannah Moscovitch’s Bunny, Michael Healey’s Proud, Kate Hennig’s The Last Wife, Judith Thompson’s Palace of the End and Sharon Pollock’s Angel’s Trumpet); She has co-written and starred in the award-winning Secret Life of a Mother, Montparnasse, and Dance of the Red Skirts); and has interpreted lead classic roles across the country and over five seasons at the Stratford Festival, as well as epic theatre endeavours (Soulpepper August Osage County, Sheep No Wool/Outside the March/Convergence’s Passion Play, Nightwood’s Penelopiad, Volcano’s Another Africa, TheatreFront’sThe Mill).

She is a Toronto Theatre Critics’ Award winner, three-time Dora Award winner and fourteen-time Dora nominee in performance, writing and direction, referred to as “the excellent Maev Beaty” by the New York Times. 

She is also a founding member of Got Your Back, and an Equity Council member, activist and mum.