|Height||5 ft 4 in (163 cm)|
Krystin Pellerin (born July 12, 1983) is a Canadian actress of theatre, television and film.
Following her graduation she was cast in her first season at Soulpepper Theatre in Toronto, Ontario. Her first professional play was Soulpepper's production of Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing, playing the role of Debbie opposite Megan Follows, Albert Schultz and C. David Johnson. In it she played the rebellious daughter to Albert Schultz's Henry. She has returned to Soulpepper every season since, playing a variety of leading and supporting characters in numerous productions.
Her first film was Killing Zelda Sparks, in which she starred opposite Mad Men's Vincent Kartheiser, and in her second film she appeared opposite Edward Furlong in Warriors of Terra. She made her television debut on the second season of The Tudors as Lady Elizabeth Darrell alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers, where she spent five months filming in Dublin, Ireland. Her first featured role in television brought her home to St. John's, playing the role of Sergeant Leslie Bennett in CBC Television's Republic of Doyle.
|2006||Warriors of Terra||Izzy|
|2007||Killing Zelda Sparks||Ellen|
|2008||The Tudors||Lady Elizabeth Darrell||4 episodes|
|2010||Lost Girl||Jenny||Episode: "Faetal Attraction"|
|2010-2014||Republic of Doyle||Leslie Bennett||Starring role|
Nominated – Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role
|2013||The Listener||Kathy Slocum|
|2015||Saving Hope||Elaine||Episode: Remains of the Day|
|2016||Reign||Episode: To the Death|
- "The Big Interview: Krystin Pellerin, Soulpepper's sunbeam | Toronto Star". thestar.com. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
- "INTERVIEW: KRYSTIN PELLERIN TALKS ABOUT LIVING IN THE "REPUBLIC OF DOYLE"". The Lifestyle Report. 21 February 2013. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
- "Killing Zelda Sparks (Review) – Hollywood North Magazine". hnmag.ca. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
- Brioux, Bill. "Actress Krystin Pellerin's character goes undercover on 'Republic of Doyle'". Times Colonist. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
- "awards database". academy.ca. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
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