Gema Zamprogna

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Gema Zamprogna
Born (1976-05-24) May 24, 1976 (age 41)
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 1988 – 2008
Height 1.63 m (5 ft 4 in)[1]
Spouse(s) Daniel Boich (m. 2003)
Children 3

Gema Zamprogna (born May 24, 1976) is a Canadian actress.[2] She is best known for her role as Felicity King on Road to Avonlea and Mackie "Mac" Daniels in The Challengers.

Personal life[edit]

Gema Zamprogna was born May 24, 1976 in Hamilton, Ontario. Her parents are professional dancers Lou and Pauline Zamprogna (1946-2013). She has two younger siblings; twins Dominic and Amanda.[3]

She attended Queen's University, where she graduated in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama and is one of the founding members of Toronto's Theatrefront drama group.

She married Daniel Boich on October 25th 2003, and together they have three children; Daniella (b. November 2004), Sam (b. May 8, 2006) and Luka.[citation needed]

Zamprogna established Studio Technique Pilates in Burlington, Ontario in 2003. In 2011, she moved her family to Grimsby and opened Grimsby Pilates, in addition to teaching and choreographing musical productions at The Dance Centre and the Theatre Aquarius Performing Arts Programme.[4]

In 2017, Zamprogna and her sister opened Zamprogna Arts in Hamilton, Ontario.[5]


Film and television
Year Title Role Notes
1988 My Secret Identity "Forbidden Ground"
1989 Challengers, TheThe Challengers Mac Daniels TV film
1989 Friday the 13th Girl #1 "The Playhouse"
1990 War of the Worlds Sam Fisher "Candle in the Night"
1990 In Defense of a Married Man Amanda Simmons TV film
1990-96 Road to Avonlea Felicity King Main role
1991 Soulmates: The Gift of Light, TheThe Soulmates: The Gift of Light (voice) TV film
1992 By Way of the Stars Ursula von Knabig TV mini-series
1992 Forever Knight Katherine "Last Act"
1998 Happy Christmas, Miss King Felicity Pike TV film
1999 Pirates of Silicon Valley Arlene TV film
1999 Dear America: So Far from Home Annie Clark TV film
1999 Johnny Alice
2000 Twice in a Lifetime Young Sarah Carlyle "Take Two"
2001 Jewel Sarah TV film
2002 Avenging Angelo Allison
2003 Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye Gwen Stack "The Fugitive"
2004 ReGenesis Female Student #1 "Faint Hope"
2008 Murdoch Mysteries Cecile Braxton "'Til Death Do Us Part"


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