Pippa Mackie is an award-winning actor, playwright, director and producer. Since graduating from the National Theatre School of Canada, Pippa has worked as an actor with the Arts Club, Gateway Theatre, Belfry Theatre, Pi Theatre, Rumble Theatre, Greenthumb theatre, Theatre Replacement and many more. A select number of her film/tv credits include: Supernatural (CW), Van Helsing (Sci-Fi), Hell on Wheels (AMC), Roadies (Showtime), and supporting lead roles in feature films #Roxy and Christmas Solo. In 2019, Pippa was nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award ‘Best Performance in a Feature’ for her role as ‘Bronwyn’ in Feature Film #Roxy.
As a playwright, Pippa’s work has been performed on stages and at festivals across Canada. Notable writing credits include: The Progressive Polygamists co-written with Emmelia Gordon which earned 2 Pick-of-the-Fringe awards and toured Canada for four years; Juliet: A Revenge Comedy co-written with Monster Theatre’s Ryan Gladstone; audio-drama Starman produced by Sound the Alarm 2021; and Hurricane Mona, which was first created as part of the Arts Club Theatre’s Emerging Playwrights Unit.