Charlotte Rogers (actra, equity)
Charlotte is an energetic and enthusiastic Canadian actress based in Montreal, Québec. She completed her BFA at Concordia University in their Specialization for Theatre Performance program where she graduated with distinction in 2010.
During her four years at Concordia University, Charlotte played a variety of roles in several productions including a clown (Play No. 27), a time traveling prostitute (Provincial Anecdotes), a charwoman from the East coast (A Christmas Carol), and a misbehaved maid (The Bourgeois Gentleman). Immediately after completing the acting program, Charlotte was cast by Geordie Productions in their eight-month school tour. She performed 200 shows of two different plays for elementary and high school audiences around Quebec, Ontario, and the Maritimes.
Upon her return from the tour, Charlotte was cast in two National Theatre School playwriting workshops and became an ACTRA apprentice. She started her film career with a Concordia student film (Father's Son) and an ACTRA MIP (Don't Cramp My Style).
Charlotte was last seen playing Chloe, a ten year old girl in Geordie Productions’ Chloe’s Choice and as Hermia in Repercussion Theatre's Shakespeare in the Park production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Charlotte won the 2017 ACTRA Montreal Award for Outstanding Female Performance for her portayal of Brittany in multiple seasons of the Award-winning web series, LARPs: The Series (Beanduck Productions/Geek & Sundry). Additionally, she starred in Cafe De Paris, an ACTRA MIP short film as well as in an episode of Investigation Discovery's A Stranger In My Home.
Most recently Charlotte wrapped shooting a role on CTV/ NBC Universal's The Disappearance lent her voice to the animated series, Maggie & Bianca.
Represented by: Kim Vaincourt