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JENNIFER POGUE is a Toronto-based Actor, Voice Over Artist, & Producer. Select TV/film appearances include How to Buy a Baby (CBC Comedy), Odd Squad (TVO/PBS), Backstage (Disney/FreshTV), Reign (CW), Beauty and the Beast (CW), Time Out (nominated for best Actor at ARFF), Chasing Valentine (Splice Films, nominated for best supporting Actress at MIFF) & the award winning The Masked Saint (Ridgerock Productions). 


As a Producer, Jen has worked on numerous independent short films and music videos both independently and as a contributing member for the Film Production Collective Filmcoop Inc. Films currently traveling the festival circuits include Time Out (winner of "Best World Short Film" at ARFF), Orchid  (Toronto ACTRA Women's Committee Grant Award Recipient), Jessica Jessica (multi-award winning, soon to be released on CBC Canadian Reflection Program), and more. Her 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival Theatre Production debut of Hands Down (Pogoda Productions) played to sold out crowds winning the “Patron’s Pick” Award for the Factory Theatre Mainspace and was dubbed by NOW Magazine as "Best Ensemble Cast" for the festival. Most recently Jen has produced on her first feature film Things I Do For Money (Shoot Good Films Inc., Federgreen Ent. & Filmcoop Inc), which wrapped production this past summer 2018.


Ongoing, Jen is a Producer & Media manager for the award-winning comedy company The National Theatre of the World continuously bringing comedy to the world with The Baram & Snieckus Podcast as well as their live shows in Toronto and Los Angeles. Jen also serves as an Associate Producer for Women on Screen, committed to increasing the representation of women in the entertainment industry on all sides of the camera, and co-host/co-creator of their upcoming podcast Women on Screen Out Loud releasing late 2018. 

Last but never least, Jen has proudly served the last 4 years as Industry Series Producer for The Canadian Film Fest (CFF) - a festival dedicated to celebrating Independent Canadian Films and Filmmakers, and credits this festival for inspiring her to 'get out there and start creating already'. 


Jen holds a B.A. from York University and is a graduate from Humber College’s Acting Conservatory as well as Centennial College’s "Children's Media" Post-Graduate Program.


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