Bronwen Mantel

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Bronwen Mantel
Born (1948-10-29) 29 October 1948 (age 70)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Other namesBronwyn Mantel
Years active1973-present

Bronwen Mantel (born 29 October 1948) is a Canadian actress. Mantel has appeared in numerous movies and has done extensive voice acting in animated films and television series.

Mantel was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She has appeared in several movies including Secret Window and Gothika, and as a voice actress in the TV series Mega Babies, Adventures of the Little Koala, Arthur, Bobobobs, Tripping the Rift, Sharky and George, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Papa Beaver's Storytime, A Bunch of Munsch, Young Robin Hood, The Smoggies, Princess Sissi, What's with Andy?, Christopher Columbus, Adventures of the Little Mermaid, Adventures of Pinocchio, Caillou, The Little Lulu Show, Cat Tales, The World of David the Gnome, Spirou, Anna Banana, Diplodos, Nutsberry Town, Lucky Luke, C.L.Y.D.E., Jungle Tales, The Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures, Pig City, Wunschpunsch, Sea Dogs, A Miss Mallard Mystery, Woofy, Fred the Caveman, Bob in a Bottle, Jim Button, The Tofus, The Kids from Room 402, Night Hood, Flight Squad, Ivanhoe, Bumpety Boo, Oscar and Spike, Ocean Tales, The Magical Adventures of Quasimodo, Creepschool, Mica, Belphegor, Zoe and Charlie, Gino the Chicken, Pet Pals, The Twins, Marsupilami, Wombat City, Mona the Vampire, Zoé Kezako, The Babaloos, Robinson Sucroe, My Goldfish is Evil, Inuk, Ripley's Believe It or Not!, Chip and Charlie, The Babaloos, Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat, The Real Story of, Tommy and Oscar, Samurai Pizza Cats, Malo Korrigan, Turtle Island, Milo, Lola and Virginia, Dragon Hunters, Gofrette, The Legend of White Fang, Adventures of Peter Pan, Gulliver's Travels and Animal Crackers.

She also appears as Bronwyn Mantel.

Partial filmography[edit]

Year Movie Role Production Company
1979 In Praise of Older Women Woman in Cafe G. Kaczender/RSL Films
1979 City on Fire Sarah Watts/welfare Mother Astral Films
1980 Revolution's Orphans* Ruth Nemets National Film Board / John Smith
1980 Hog Wild Mrs. Rumble FilmPlan
1983 Of Unknown Origin Principal/Boss' wife Mutuel Films
1983 Illusions Principal/Anne Desmond CBS Films
1985 Joshua Then and Now Mrs. Friar RSL Films / Ted Kotcheff
1987 The Last Straw Principal National Film Board
1987 Crazy Moon Anne's Mother Allegro Films
1988 Pin Mrs. Linden Filmline / Sandor Stern
1990 Backstab Principal/Judge Allegro Films
1993 Map of the Human Heart Woman Guest Miramax
1994 Breakthrough Gaylene Janus Filmline / Piers Haggard
1996 Mother Night Howard Campbell's mother Applause Films / Nick Nolte
1996 Rainbow School principal Filmline/ Bob Hoskins
1996 Arthur Mrs. MacGrady WGBH/Cookie Jar/9 Story Entertainment
1997 Voices from a Locked Room Madge Ryan U.K./Malcom Clarke
2000 Stardom Principal/PBS pledge host Alliance Atlantis/Denys Arcand
2003 Gothika Irene Dark Castle-Warner
2004 Secret Window Greta Bowie Grand Slam Productions / David Koepp
2006 The Favorite Game Esther Cohen Cine Qua Non Films
2006 Banshee Mildred Totty Oygen
2016 Ballerina[a] Mother Superior (voice)
  • Genie Nominee: Best Astress in a non-feature 1980 and Earle Grey Award: BEST ACTRESS, ACTRA Awards 1980


  1. ^ The film will be released in the United States under the title Leap.[1]


  1. ^ Busch, Anita (December 23, 2016). "TWC Takes 'Leap!' With Elle Fanning Animated Picture". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved December 23, 2016.