Ann Parry is a Canadian Actress
based in Beautiful Vancouver,BC.
Most recently, She has worked on
The Last Halloween (2013),
Let it Snow (2013), Cedar Cove (2013),
Arrow (2013), and Fringe (2012).
Ann continues to study acting for
Tv and Film,
and has taken numerous workshops
and classes in Vancouver
( Scene Study w/Andrew McIlroy),
Saskatoon (U of S Theatre Acting)
and Winnipeg (Tv/Film Monologue Training).
As an actress,
Ann has a solid foundation of formal actor training
and completed her Theatre Degree in 2007.
(B.A. Theatre '07)
Ann also holds a Commerce Degree
with a Major in Marketing from
The Edwards School of Business
at the University of Saskatchewan.
(B. Comm. Marketing '10)
Inspired by both Art and Business,
Ann is also frequently booked
as a TV Host, Voice Over Artist,
Stand In, and Photo Double.
From September 2007 to June 2012,
Ann served as Full-Time News Anchor
and Producer for Shaw TV Saskatchewan's
daily community news and events program.
This magazine style newscast was shot
5 days per week on location,and covered
a wide range of relevant topics!
During her time with Shaw TV,
Ann also produced two monthly segments
which focused on fashion (Fab Fashion) &
human interest stories ( Parry Perspective).
As an Actress and ACTRA member, Ann has worked on TV Series (Rabbit Fall, 2030 CE), Films (Crooked E, Move Closer),
Commercials (Health Canada, Sasktel, Casinos of Winnipeg)
and voice over projects (Miss Universe Canada, United Way).
For over 17 years, Ann has worked as a professional model.
She has a long and varied client list and has appeared in numerous catalogues, billboards, flyers, runway shows, commercials and promotional blitzes. Clients include: The Bay, Diageo Canada, Mid Town Plaza, Rebecca King, WYNK Wear, Hazelton Lanes, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Outfitters, Portage Place, St.Vital Centre, MTS, SAAN Stores, Warehouse One the Jean Store and many more...
As an active part of the community, Ann uses her time to help many important groups including The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), The Food Banks of Canada and The Lung Association.