Who is Tatiana Maslany?
Tatiana Maslany is a Canadian actress who became the first from her country to take home an Emmy for acting in a major dramatic category in a Canadian television program. She first gained notoriety for portraying a variety of characters in the Orphan Black television series (2013-2017).
She received five Canadian Screen Awards, two Critics’ Choice Awards, and a Primetime Emmy Award for her performances.
Tatiana Maslany bio
On September 22, 1985, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Tatiana Maslany was born. Her mother Renate worked as a translator and interpreter between French and English, while her father Daniel Maslany was a woodworker.
Tatiana Maslany family
Additionally, she has two younger brothers named Michael Maslany, an animator, and Daniel Joseph, who is also an actor. Tatiana Maslany is of Ukrainian, German, Polish, Austrian, and other origin.
When she was a young child, her grandparents spoke German around her, and she also spoke Spanish (not fluently though).
Tatiana Maslany education
Before she ultimately learned English, she attended a French immersion elementary school and was instructed by her mother in German. She began dancing when she was four years old, and at age nine, she began participating in neighborhood theater productions.
Tatiana Maslany graduated in 2003 from Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School, where she participated in improv and school musicals.
While still a high school student, she found lucrative acting jobs that enabled her to travel across Canada with the approval of her parents. For a few months at a time, Tatiana Maslany would work before returning to Regina to complete her schooling.
After graduating from high school, she continued on to the University of Regina to study German, Ancient Greek, Philosophy, Psychology, and cinema. She stayed for a half-semester, but then she left.
She then spent some time traveling and acting in plays before relocating to Toronto, Ontario, at the age of 20.
Tatiana Maslany career
From 2013 through 2017, Tatiana Maslany played the lead role in Orphan Black. Cosima Niehaus, Alison Hendrix, Helena, Rachael Duncan, Elizabeth Childs, Krystal Goderich, Veera “M.K.” Suominen, Katja Obinger, Jennifer Fitzsimmons, and Tony Sawicki were the character’s clones that she also played in the show.
Sarah Manning, the protagonist character, was also played by her. She received two Critics’ Choice Television Awards and one TCA Award for her work in the film.
Additionally, she was nominated for an Emmy Award and the Golden Globe for Best Actress in 2015. She received a second nomination and a victory in 2016.
At the 7th Critics’ Choice Television Awards, where she was nominated for Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series, she received a total of three nominations from the Broadcast Television Journalists Association.
She then played various clones in the series, and The Guardian applauded her work, calling it “Olympic-level acting.”
She had a two-episode guest role on Parks and Recreation in 2013. She then portrayed Dylan, the main role in Cas and Dylan. At the Whistler Film Festival in 2013, she won the Philip Borsos Award for Best Performance for her work in the movie.
Tatiana Maslany joined the US talent agency Resolution on June 11 of the same year, and this acted as her representation in the United States. She continues to be overseen by Magnolia Entertainment, and Characters Talent Agency in Canada represents her as a client.
The 2013 Juno Awards were presented in Maslany’s hometown of Regina, and she was one of the presenters.
Tatiana Maslany net worth
Tatiana Maslany, a Canadian actress, has a $3 million net worth. Her appearances in the television series Heartland, Being Erica, The Nativity, and Orphan Black are most notable.
2013 saw her win an ACTRA Award for her performance as “Claire” in the motion picture Picture Day and a Phillip Borsos Award for Cas & Dylan.
Tatiana Maslany husband
Tatiana Maslany got married to Brendan Hines, an American actor and singer in 2022.
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