Storm is an emerging actress from Toronto, Ontario. She is trained in film, theatre, and voice over, and has played roles ranging from Shakespeare on stage, to indie feature length films. Storm’s most recent work includes leading roles in the upcoming feature film “Cup of Cheer”, and short film “The Four People Who Call You at the End of the World”. Storm is also known for her main role in “The Good Samaritan”. She has been on shows such as “Forbidden: Dying for Love”, “Paranormal Witness”, and “Homicide: Hours to Kill”.
Storm graduated high school as a drama and violin major, and later graduated the Acting for Camera and Voice program at Seneca College. Storm has trained with industry professionals such as Conrad Coates, Michael Ayoub, Brian Levy, and Mark Ingram, among many others.
Storm is trained in Irish dance, salsa, and is currently training in hip hop, heels, and contemporary to expand her knowledge of dance and the body. She is also learning how to play piano, ukulele, and guitar. A scenic painter in IATSE 873, she has learned what it’s like to be on both sides of the camera, the different ways a set can come to life. Storm hopes to continue travelling, having explored places like Ireland, Rome, California, and Nicaragua. Experiencing different cities, countries and their cultures has helped Storm to become a more well-rounded human being and actress.
Storm looks forward to one day working with artists that have inspired her throughout her life. She hopes to instill the same desires to learn and create in other people as she continues in her career.