Ellen Dubin at the Gatecon 2005 convention in Vancouver (Canada).
|Born||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
Dubin was born in Toronto, Ontario. From 2004-2006 Dubin starred in the TV series The Collector as Jeri Slate. She was nominated for a Gemini Award for this role. She also played a guest appearance role in Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict as well as a number of other series. In 2006 Dubin appeared in the TV movie The Wives He Forgot with Molly Ringwald and Mark Humphrey. In 2004 she appeared in Napoleon Dynamite.
- 1990: Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe
- 1990: Personals (TV)
- 1992–1995: Forever Knight (TV series)
- 1996: Due South (TV series)
- 1997–2002: Lexx (TV series)
- 1998: First Wave (TV series)
- 1998: Highlander: The Raven (TV series)
- 1999: Pacific Blue (TV series)
- 1999: Killer Deal
- 2000: Earth: Final Conflict (TV series)
- 2001: Relic Hunter (TV series)
- 2002: All Around the Town (TV series)
- 2003: Adventure Inc (TV series)
- 2004–2006: The Collector (TV series)
- 2004: Napoleon Dynamite
- 2004: Mutant X (TV series)
- 2005: The Dead Zone (TV series)
- 2006: The Wives He Forgot
- 2007: Blood Ties (TV series)
- 2008: A Teacher's Crime (TV)
- 2008: Bull
- 2009: Lost and Found
- 2010: When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story (TV movie)
- 2012: Dead Before Dawn as Beverly Galloway
- 2014: Defense Grid 2 as Cai (Voice, Video Game)
- 2015: Disneyland Forever as Narrator (Voice, Nighttime Spectacular show in Disneyland)
- 2015: Fallout 4 as Alana Secord / Allie Filmore (Voice, Video Game)
- 2016: Lego Star Wars: The Resistance Rises as Captain Phasma (Voice, TV series)
- 2017: My Roommate’s an Escort as Ginger (Web series)
- 2017: Disney Illuminations! as Narrator (Voice, Nighttime Spectacular show in Disneyland Paris)
- Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television official site, retrieved 21 January 2008.
- "One Thousand and One Nights of Wishes".
- Ellen Dubin [EllenDubinActor] (March 16, 2016). "In case you heard familiar voice, I am #CaptainPhasma in #StarWarsTheResistanceRises on @DisneyXD" (Tweet). Retrieved November 2, 2016 – via Twitter.
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