Tamara Hope

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Tamara Hope
Born (1984-11-02) November 2, 1984 (age 30)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actress, musician
Years active 1999–present

Tamara Lindeman (born November 2, 1984), also known by the name Tamara Hope, is a Canadian actress and musician. Her starring roles include Guinevere Jones and The Nickel Children, a film about teenage prostitution, as well as a recurring role on CTV's Whistler as Leah McLure. In 2009, Hope was featured in the Modernista! ad campaign promoting the Palm Pre phone.

In addition to her acting career, Hope is active in the Toronto music scene, performing in Bruce Peninsula and as front to her own band The Weather Station.[1] She was a nominee for the 2013 SOCAN Songwriting Prize for "Mule in the Flowers", a song she cowrote with Steve Lambke.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Deep End, TheThe Deep End Paige Hall
2003 Republic of Love, TheThe Republic of Love Sophie
2004 Different Loyalty, AA Different Loyalty Lucy Cauffield
2004 Saint Ralph Claire Collins
2004 Shall We Dance? Jenna Clark
2005 Nickel Children, TheThe Nickel Children Cat
2007 September Dawn Emily Hudson
2008 Shoot First and Pray You Live Irene Melody
2012 Foxfire

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Winslow Homer: An American Original Fee TV film
2000 Audrey Hepburn Story, TheThe Audrey Hepburn Story Clara TV film
2000 Stepsister from Planet Weird Ariel Cola TV film
2000 Sandy Bottom Orchestra, TheThe Sandy Bottom Orchestra Carol Wyman TV film
2000 Royal Diaries: Elizabeth I, TheThe Royal Diaries: Elizabeth I Elizabeth TV film
2000 Twice in a Lifetime Young Ruth Harper Episode: "Grandma's Shoes"
2000 Soul Food Callie Episode: "Anything You Can Do"
2001 Soul Food Callie Episode: "Welcome Home"
2001 What Girls Learn Elizabeth TV film
2002 Soul Food Callie Episode: "From Dreams to Nightmares"
2002 Tracker Tina Episode: "Children of the Night"
2002 Guinevere Jones Guinevere Jones Main role (26 episodes)
2003 Piano Man's Daughter, TheThe Piano Man's Daughter Lilly Kilworth (12–14 years) TV film
2003 Shattered City: The Halifax Explosion Beatrix Collins TV miniseries
2004 Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story Carly TV film
2004 Kevin Hill Laura Walker Episode: "Homework"
2005 Selling Innocence Chelsea Burns TV film
2005 Mayday Linda Farley TV film
2006 Augusta, Gone Rain TV film
2006 10.5: Apocalypse First Daughter Amy Hollister TV film
2007 Lies and Crimes Kirsten TV film
2007 ReGenesis Julie Henshaw Episodes: "Dust in the Wind", "A Spontaneous Moment"
2007 Whistler Leah McLure Recurring role (13 episodes)
2008 Murdoch Mysteries Edna Garrison Episode: "Power"
2009 Sand Serpents Jan Henle TV film
2009 Manson Linda Kasabian TV film
2011 Covert Affairs Emerson Episode: "Bang and Blame"
2011 Three Inches Cate TV pilot
2012 Good God Becky Regular role (6 episodes)
2012 Beauty & the Beast Emily Episode: "Pilot"
2014 Transporter The Series Alice Episode: "S02 E11 - Sixteen Hands"

Discography[edit]

Albums with Bruce Peninsula[edit]

Albums with The Weather Station[edit]

  • East EP (2008)
  • The Line (2009)
  • All of It Was Mine (2011)
  • Duets #1-3 (2013)
  • What Am I Going to Do with Everything I Know EP (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Weather Station returns". Orangeville Banner, August 10, 2011.
  2. ^ "Mo Kenney claims SOCAN songwriting prize". CBC News, July 10, 2013.

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