A little bit about me...

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Shanice Bowrin, a Montreal native, began her acting career in her early twenties, embracing theater, film, and television. She's earned recognition for her work in the award-winning short film "The Absurdity of The Black Female Experience" and the Webfest selection "Sofa Queens." Shanice has also appeared in "Haunted Hospitals" and showcased her talent in original theater productions like "Why The River Sings."

In voice acting, Shanice has lent her voice to notable clients like Microsoft Office, Welch's Juice, and Netflix Studios, excelling in commercials, animation, and e-learning narration.

In live theater, she's taken on diverse roles, including a memorable performance in "The Butler: A Superhero Story" and a local rendition of "Mamma Mia." Shanice has also ventured into her own work, contributing to projects like "Through The Pages" and "A Series of Stories for Somewhere In Between."

With a rich portfolio spanning theater, film, television, and voice acting, Shanice Bowrin captivates audiences with her talent and unwavering dedication to the craft. Her journey is a testament to her passion, leaving a lasting impact on the world of entertainment.

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