Jennifer Dale

Jennifer Dale Biography:


Date of Birth: January 16, 1956

Reigning as one of Canada's most respected actresses, Toronto-born Jennifer Dale is a graduate of the National Theatre School in Montreal and began her career by spending two years on the stages of the Stratford Festival and the National Arts Centre. In theatre she's constantly captivated audiences and received accolades for both the 2006 production of The Woman I Am, A Celebration of Dorothy Livesay and her Poetry and her performance in Aladdin - The Magical Family Musical.

Her screen credits include: Atom Egoyan's The Adjuster, Suzanne, Whale Music, Love Come Down, Papertrail, Cadillac Girls, Once a Thief, and X-Men.

Later, she joined the cast of the horror drama The Dark Stranger (2016), alongside Katie Findlay and Stephen McHattie.

Associated with more than 100 projects on the small and the big screens, Jennifer's television credits include movies and guest appearances on shows such as Once a Thief, Power Play, Rumors, Men with Brooms and Saving Hope.

A multiple Genie and Gemini award nominee, Jennifer is a recipient of Toronto Women In Film's Outstanding Achievement Award, and the Earle Grey Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television.


The Dark Stranger (2016)
The Big Fat Stone (2014)
A Matter of Justice (2011)
GravyTrain (2010)
Vanessa (2010)
Matchbook Morning (2005)
Love Come Down (2000)
Papertrail (1998)
Whale Music (1994)
Cadillac Girls (1993)
The Adjuster (1991)
Separate Vacations (1986)
Ticket to Heaven (1981)
Suzanne (1980)
Stone Cold Dead (1979)

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