I’m a Second City Touring Company alumna and a double Gemini-award comedy ensemble nominee for my work on CBC TV’s The Tournament. I work in all areas of the business: theatre, improvisation, film & TV and in voice: commercial, animation, narration, Audiobook and video games. Theatre highlights include What Linda Said by Pricilla Uppal at the SummerWorks Festival in Toronto, The Glass Menagerie at The Theatre Centre, the first 3 Canadian productions of The Drowsy Chaperone and the premiere of Allana Harkin’s play Real Estate. Animated voice work includes recurring roles on Bob and Margaret, 6Teen and The Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About That! On-camera acting credits include the CFC short film Emily & Andrew’s Grand Finale, the feature films Don't Talk To Irene, Guidance & Len And Company and the hit TV series Suits. I’ve been performing different versions of my fully improvised solo show Face Value (now re-branded as Soul Prints) since 2012. NOW Magazine named me an Artist To Watch at SummerWorks25, where I premiered Face Value: West. Upcoming: Soul Prints at the Catapult Festival (Convergence Theatre) in Toronto: May 9 - 12, 2019. Tickets: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4189990 Soul Prints Promo Video by Cameron Marshall below.
Photo: Pierre Gautreau
Full acting Filmography: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0398485/?ref_=nmmd_md_nmm
Voice Representation: Sandi Sloan at Fountainhead Talent: email@example.com
Theatre/On-Camera Representation: Steve Young: firstname.lastname@example.org
Production Stills of Tracey Hoyt embodying Kate Ashby's photography in Face Value: West by Reid Marshall
“Tracey Hoyt knocks it out of the park…impeccable Improv skills.”
- Tracey Beltrano, Mooney on Theatre
“Hoyt is the orchestra, and Ashby’s west end Toronto photographs are both the sheet music and the conductor… a delight to watch.”
“Funny, poignant and observant – Face Value: West captures the humanity and quirkiness of everyday folks hanging out in Toronto’s west end."
- Cate McKim, life with more cowbell
Kimwun Perehinec (L) and Tracey Hoyt (R) in What Linda Said by Priscila Uppal. Photo: Dahlia Katz