Saskia Garel

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Saskia Garel
Born Saskia Garel
(1969-12-09) 9 December 1969 (age 44)[1]
Kingston, Jamaica
Occupation Actor, singer-songwriter
Years active 1991 - present
Spouse(s) Steven Allerick
(m. 2006 - present)
Children 2

Saskia Garel (born 9 December 1969)[1] is a Jamaican-Canadian actress and singer. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Garel later immigrated to Toronto, Canada with her parents when she was 6 yrs old. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from York University.[2] She is known for her role as Danielle on One on One and was also one half of the two time[2] Juno Award-winning Canadian R&B / pop duo Love and Sas.[3] Garel is married to fellow actor Steven Allerick whom she met while playing Nala in The Lion King.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Film and Television[edit]

  • One on One Danielle .... (13 episodes, 2004–2006)
    • "Dirty Laundry" (2004)
    • "Manic Monday" (2004)
    • "Who Brought the Jive Turkey?" (2004)
    • "Mojo No Mo'" (2004)
    • "Lock Blockin'" (2005)
    • "Rock and a Hard Place" (2005)
    • "Accidental Love: Part 1" (2005)
    • "Accidental Love: Part 2" (2005)
    • "Glug, Glug" (2005)
    • "Save the First Dance" (2005)
    • "Cap and Frown" (2005)
    • "The Graduates" (2005)
    • "Missing the Daddy Express" (2006)
  • Wild Card Jamie Rodrigue .... (1 episode, 2004)
    • "Bound and Gagged, Your Husband Was Snagged" (2004)
  • She Spies Gina Dominic .... (1 episode, 2004)
    • "Remember When" (2004)
  • Platinum Actress .... (1 episode, 2003)
    • "Loyalty" (2003)
  • Spynet Usher .... (unknown episodes, 2002)
  • Tracker Gina Newcastle .... (1 episode, 2002)
    • "Eye of the Storm" (2005)
  • Earth: Final Conflict Claire .... (1 episode, 2002)
    • "Deep Sleep" (2002)
  • A Tale of Two Bunnies Judy .... (2000) (TV)
  • Night Man Singer .... (10 episodes, 1998–1999)
    • "Blader" (1999)
    • "Scent of a Woman" (1999)
    • "Dust" (1999)
    • "Spellbound" (1999)
    • "Double Double" (1999)
    • "The Enemy Within" (1999)
    • "Gore" (1999)
    • "Revelations" (1999)
    • "Nightwoman Returns" (1999)
    • "Keyes to the Kingdom of Hell" (1999)
  • Mistrial Reporter #8 .... (1996) (TV)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.stgctoronto.com/newsletters/45/can45_3.htm
  2. ^ a b "St. George's College newsletter". The Good & True. Retrieved 25 January 2010. 
  3. ^ "Juno winners at a glance". The Record (Pay-Per-View). 22 March 1993. Retrieved 25 January 2010. 
  4. ^ "Simba & Nala Marry". Broadway World. 3 October 2006. Retrieved 25 January 2010. 

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