C H R I S T I N E H O R N E
Christine Horne is an award-winning actor based in Toronto. Two years after graduating from the theatre program at York University, Christine made her feature film debut as the young Hagar Shipley in The Stone Angel, sharing the role with Academy Award winner Ellen Burstyn. For her work, Christine was nominated for the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award, and the Geraldine Page Best Actress award at California’s Method Fest. Subsequent credits in film and television include Othello (playing Desdemona opposite Carlo Rota), The Untitled Work of Paul Shepard, Flashpoint, Rookie Blue, Befriend & Betray, Republic of Doyle, King, Borealis, and the shorts Happy Pills, The Reception, and RUNG.
Christine has also worked extensively on the stage, with recent credits including Between the Sheets (Nightwood), Hermione in Andromache (Necessary Angel), Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (Canadian Stage), The Governess in The Turn of the Screw (DVxT) for which she won the Dora Mavor Moore Award, Miss Julie in Miss Julie: Sheh’mah (KICK Theatre) for which she was nominated for a Dora Award, Viola in Twelfth Night (Resurgence), Bluebeard (Toronto Fringe), Nina in The Seagull (Wordsmyth), and Gorey Story (Thistle Project) which she co-created (4 Dora noms). Upcoming: Daisy in The Great Gatsby (The Grand).