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February 28, 1957
Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
Daniel Hunter (m. 1989)
Margaret "Mag" Ruffman (born February 28, 1957) is a Canadian comedian, actress and television host.
She has played roles in films such as Anne of Green Gables and Anne of Avonlea and TV series Road to Avonlea. She was reunited with Sarah Polley on the set of the Netflix show Alias Grace in 2017 when she played Diane. 
Mag also creates and performs in the theatre. She created and performed as Ms. Eleanor Crumpacker in Dufferin Museum’s 1919 Prohibition Halloween Dinner Theatre in 2019. Mag also wrote and performed in a one woman show entitled Self-Help Cabaret on January.19 2020.
In addition to her acting, Ruffman works on home improvement, hosting shows for W Network, Canada's women's network. She hosted A Repair to Remember in 1999 and 2000. In 2000, she launched a second series, Anything I Can Do, a workshop show. Ruffman writes a weekly home improvement column, ToolGirl, for the Toronto Star. She published a collection of her ToolGirl columns as a book, How Hard Can It Be?, in 2003.
|1982||Murder by Phone||Teenage Girl|
|1987||Deep Sea Conspiracy||Nurse|
|1999||My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts||Narrator (voice)||Short film|
|2014||Bully Fighters||Jury Woman 7||Short film|
|2019||All About Who You Know||Linda|
|1985||Perry Mason Returns||Salesgirl||TV film|
|1985||Anne of Green Gables||Alice Lawson||TV miniseries|
|1986||Reckless Disregard||Sandy||TV film|
|1986||Alex: The Life of a Child||Jane||TV film|
|1986||Perry Mason: The Case of the Shooting Star||TV film|
|1987||Smith & Smith||TV series|
|1987||Anne of Avonlea||Alice Lawson||TV miniseries|
|1989||Looking for Miracles||Nurse Blanche||TV film|
|1990–96||Road to Avonlea||Olivia King Dale||Main role|
|1991||Stranger in the Family||Mrs. Kessler||TV film|
|1996||Goosebumps||Mrs. Mathews||Episodes: "Attack of the Mutant: Parts 1 & 2"|
|1998||Happy Christmas, Miss King||Olivia Dale||TV film|
|1999||Shadow Lake||Louise Garby||TV film|
|2000–01||Timothy Goes to School||Lilly (voice)||Recurring role|
|2011||The Being Frank Show||"1.11"|
|2016||Murdoch Mysteries||Eunice||Episode: "Unlucky in Love"|
|2017||Alias Grace||Diane||Episodes: "Part 1", "Part 5", "Part 6"|
|2017||Christmas Inheritance||Kathy Martin||TV film|
|2020||Avocado Toast||Meredith||Episodes: "Homo Milk", "Woke", "Burnt Toast"|
Writer & director
|2008||The Red Green Story: We're All in This Together||TV movie|
- "Mag Ruffman". IMDb. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
- "Catching Up With…Mag Ruffman From 'Road to Avonlea'". www.everythingzoomer.com. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
- "Mag Ruffman – Timeline featuring movies and other highlights from her career and personal life". www.bing.com. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
- Vernon, Chris (2019-10-02). "Mag Ruffman delivers temprance movement message at Dufferin Museum". Orangeville.com. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
- "Mag Ruffman's Self Help Cabaret". NOW Magazine. 2019-12-27. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
- "Getting a fix on Mag Ruffman". Retrieved 2020-03-27.
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