Published on July 18th, 2013 | by admin26
Tommie-Amber Pirie plays Carson.
Tommie-Amber Pirie captured Toronto Film Festival audiences with her role as Trotskys’ sister in Jacob Tierney’s The Trotsky (2009). But, nobody who has been watching television is surprised by her storming the feature world.
Tommie-Amber has appeared in some of this country’s most popular series: TMN’s Living inYour Car, CBC’s The Border and 18 to Life, Global/ABC’s Rookie Blue, Teletoon’s My Babysitter is a Vampire, Showtimes’ KING and SYFY Networks’ Warehouse 13 and Lost Girl.
Her professional career started in her hometown of Ottawa with H20: The Last Prime Minister (2004) starring Paul Gross.Tommie-Amber was then seen in Girls Best Friend (2008) starring Janeane Garofolo, Like Mother Like Daughter (2007) with Michelle Stafford (The Young & The Restless) as well as Final Verdict (2009) opposite Erica Durance (Saving Hope, Smallville)
Other credits include the independent feature NewYear which premiered at the Montreal Film Festival (2010) and Lifetime Movie Networks’ Another Man’s Wife (2011).
Tommie-Amber starred as Claire Webb on CBC’s acclaimed half hour comedy Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays; working alongside Bob Martin and Don McKellar, for which she was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female at the 2012 Actra Awards, Canadian Comedy Award and a Canadian Screen Award (2013).
Most recently Tommie-Amber worked on The F-Word starring Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan, and Adam Driver, the indie feature The Birder starring Tom Cavanagh and Mark Rendall as well as indie feature Don’t Get Killed in Alaska. Tommie-Amber also starred in the much anticipated web-series Long Story, Short alongside Katie Boland and Lauren Collins.
Tommie-Amber is currently filming Tell The World playing Ellen G.White and is in pre-production for Matt Austin Sadowski’s romantic comedy Pretend We’re Kissing.