Tracy Dawson

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Tracy Dawson
Born Ottawa, Ontario
Nationality Canadian
Occupation film, television and stage actress, playwright
Known for Call Me Fitz, The Gavin Crawford Show

Tracy Dawson is a Canadian actress, comedian and writer. She is best known for her role as Meghan Fitzpatrick in Call Me Fitz, for which she won the Gemini Award for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series or Program at the 2011 Gemini Awards.[1] She was also nominated for the same award at the 2nd Canadian Screen Awards.[2]

An alumna of The Second City's Toronto company,[3] her other credits include The Gavin Crawford Show,[4] Wild Card, Duct Tape Forever, SketchCom and an appearance as a guest anchor on This Hour Has 22 Minutes in 2006. She also portrayed Deimata, Skylar's personal monster from the 2012 Disney Channel Original Movie, Girl vs. Monster.

Dawson wrote the stage play Them & Us, which premiered at Theatre Passe Muraille in 2009.[5] She has also written for Call Me Fitz, SketchCom and Single White Spenny.

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