24 July 1951 |
Whitstable, Kent, England
|Spouse(s)||McCowan Thomas (m. 1977)|
She appeared for three seasons as Cathy on the King of Kensington and was nominated in 1977 for an ACTRA Award for Best Performance in a Continuing Role in a Television Program. She left after expressing a desire to return to the stage.
Reid voiced Mrs. Jenkins in the animated series Timothy Goes to School.
She has twice won the Dora Mavor Moore Award, in 1993 for Fallen Angels and in 1995 for Six Degrees of Separation. She won an Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award (Sterling Award) for her performance in August: Osage County.
|1974–1975||Dr. Zonk and the Zunkins||-||Television series|
|1975–1976||Coming Up Rosie||Mona Swicker||Television series|
|1975–1978||King of Kensington||Cathy||ACTRA Award for Best Performance in a Continuing Role in a Television Program|
|1978||Witch's Night Out||Nicely||Voice|
|1988||Switching Channels||Pamela Farbrother|
|1988||Milk and Honey|
|1992||Beethoven Lives Upstairs||Mother|
|1998||Noddy||Mrs. Tubby Bear, Mrs. Noah||Voice|
|1998||At the End of the Day: The Sue Rodriguez Story||Sandra Burtch|
|2000||P.R.||Deirdre Duncan||Television series|
|2002||Duct Tape Forever||Judge Hanson|
|2002||My Big Fat Greek Wedding||Harriet Miller||Nominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture|
|2003||Jacob Two-Two||Sour Pickles||Television series|
|2004||Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story||Lucinda Pilcher||TV Movie|
|2009||The Time Traveler's Wife||Lucile Abshire|
|2010||Haven||Piper Landon||Television series|
- Ahearn, Victoria (2011-02-23). "ACTRA honouree Fiona Reid still torn over split from 'King of Kensington'". 680news.com. Retrieved 9 April 2011.
- "Fiona Reid entry". Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia. Retrieved 9 April 2011.
- "The Actra Awards". The Montreal Gazette. 1977-04-09. Retrieved 9 April 2011.
- "King to be bachelor". Ottawa Citizen. 1978-01-25. Retrieved 9 April 2011.
- Governor General announces new appointments to the Order of Canada
- "ACTRA to honour theatre veteran Fiona Reid". cbc.ca. 2010-12-13. Retrieved 9 April 2011.
- "Cathy Has Left the King". The Windsor Star. 1978-04-08. Retrieved 9 April 2011.
- St. Germain, Pat (2007-03-15). "Theatre: Fiona Reid happily returns to 'Peg". jam.canoe.ca. Retrieved 9 April 2011.
- Ouzonian, Richard (2011-04-09). "Fiona Reid: Showing us everything she’s got". Toronto Star. Retrieved April 9, 2011.