Hallie Seline is a Toronto-based actor, born in Montréal, who grew up amongst the rolling hills of the Eastern Townships of Québec. After graduating from the Professional Acting program at Sheridan College and the University of Toronto Theatre and Drama Studies Specialist program, Hallie has been busy growing roots in Toronto. She is one of the founding Artistic Leaders of The Howland Company, one of Toronto’s most exciting independent theatre ensembles, past RBC Emerging Company in Residence at Canadian Stage, and best known for their acclaimed sold-out productions like Casimir and Caroline, The Wolves, Punk Rock and 52 Pick-Up. She is a Dora Mavor Moore Award-winning actor (Casimir and Caroline ( w ) & Punk Rock ( n )) and the recipient of the Toronto Theatre Critics Association Award for Best Ensemble (The Wolves).
Dora Mavor Moore Award: Winner of the “Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble” Award for CASIMIR AND CAROLINE (The Howland Company).
Toronto Theatre Critics Association Award: Winner of the “Best Ensemble” Award for THE WOLVES (The Howland Company and Crow’s Theatre).
“Best Ensemble Performance in a Play went to the young, ferocious, soccer ball-wielding cast of The Wolves […] in one of the very rare instances of unanimity among the voters.” Read the full announcement in NOW Magazine and The Toronto Star.
Dora Mavor Moore Award Nominations: Nominated for the “Outstanding Ensemble” Award for Punk Rock (The Howland Company).