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February 20, 1989
|Years active||1997 - Present|
Melanie Leishman (born February 20, 1989) is a Canadian actress.
Leishman began acting, singing, and dancing at the age of eight. Leishman was in her first play while attending The North York Montessori, in grade three, starring as Annie in the play Annie. She graduated grade 8 at Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts. She attended Earl Haig Secondary School, and was in the Claude Watson Arts program. She also has a younger brother named Sam Pierce who used to attend an elementary school in Vancouver, Canada, but now attends North Toronto C.I in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Leishman's first role in the television series Darcy's Wild Life, wherein she portrayed character Kathi Giraldi.
In 2009, the film Victoria Day was released with Leishman in a supporting role. The film was praised for being "expertly put together, the editing and framing so sturdy and right that the twin currents of the film flow over the viewer unimpeded". In 2010, Leishman co-starred with Maggie Castle and Jason Mewes in the Canadian television horror series Todd and the Book of Pure Evil. The show was renewed for a second season, where she reprises her role as Hannah.
|2008||True Confessions Of A Hollywood Starlet||Emily|
|2012||Old Stock||Patti||Credited cast|
|2004–2006||Darcy's Wild Life||Kathi Giraldi||Nominated - Young Artist Award for Best Young Ensemble Performance in a TV Series (shared with cast)|
|2007||Pure Evil||Samantha||TV Movie|
|2008||True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet||Emily||TV Movie|
|Never Cry Werewolf||Angie Bremlock||TV Movie|
|Being Erica||Fiona||1 episode|
|House Party||Mandy||5 episodes|
|2010||Republic of Doyle||Wiggs Dinner||1 episode, aired March 18, 2010|
|2010-2012||Todd and the Book of Pure Evil||Hannah||26 episodes, aired September 29, 2010|
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