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Macisaac, Martha 1984- (Martha Macisaac)

Macisaac, Martha 1984- (Martha Macisaac)


Born October 11, 1984, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.


Agent—Artist Management Inc., 550 Queen St. East, Suite 315, Toronto, ON M5A 1V2, Canada. Publicist—Pinnacle Public Relations, 8265 Sunset Blvd., Suite 201, Los Angeles, CA 90046.




Television Appearances; Series:

Emily Byrd Starr, Emily of New Moon, 1998.

Brigid, Eckhart, Teletoon, 2000.

Melosa, Di-Gata Defenders (also known as Di-Gata, les defenseurs), 2006—.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Young Gabby Castellani, This Time Around, 2003.

(As Martha Macisaac) Vivian Leigh Bacha, Suburban Madness, 2004.

Moira Lewellyn, I Do, They Don't, 2005.

Olivia Dunne, Night of Terror, 2006.

Charlotte, In God's Country (also known as The Ultimate Sin), 2007.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Kristy Hausman, This Is Wonderful, CBC, 2006.

Film Appearances:

Mean party girl, Ice Princess (also known as Une prncesse sur la glace), Buena Vista, 2005.

Becca, Superbad, Sony, 2007.

The Last House on the Left, Rogue, 2008.

Stage Appearances:

Emily Webb, Our Town, Soulpepper Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2006.

Kathy, Leaving Home, Soulpepper Theatre, 2007.

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