Clare Coulter

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Clare Coulter (born 1942) is a Canadian actress.[1] Although she has appeared in film, television and stage roles, she is most highly regarded for her stage work.[2] Her noted stage roles have included Eleanor in the original production of George F. Walker's Love and Anger,[3] the first English-language production of Michel Tremblay's Albertine in Five Times,[4] and a 2013 Harbourfront Centre production of King Lear in which she became one of relatively few women to have portrayed the title role.[5]

In film, she was a Genie Award nominee for Best Supporting Actress at the 4th Genie Awards in 1983 for By Design,[6] and a Canadian Screen Award nominee for Best Supporting Actress at the 6th Canadian Screen Awards in 2018 for Cross My Heart (Les Rois mongols). She also appeared in the films The Wars, When Night Is Falling, The Five Senses, Saint Monica and Away from Her, and in the television series The Newsroom, The Worst Witch, This Is Wonderland and Living in Your Car.

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  1. ^ "Coulter, Clare". Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia, March 5, 2013.
  2. ^ "Clare Coulter's talents go a long way; Veteran Player ages two decades for her role in 4000 Miles at the Centaur". Montreal Gazette, March 22, 2014.
  3. ^ "Love And Anger simply stunning". Toronto Star, October 12, 1989.
  4. ^ "Poem-like Albertine is soporific in execution". The Globe and Mail, April 10, 1985.
  5. ^ "King Lear, brought to her knees". The Globe and Mail, March 5, 2013.
  6. ^ "Film awards gaining ground, slowly Genie's pickings slim but good". The Globe and Mail, March 18, 1983.

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