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Joy Coghill

Lowest Rated:   20% Omen IV - The Awakening (1991)
Birthday:   Not Available
Birthplace:   Findlater, Saskatchewan, Canada
Veteran actor and trail-blazer Joy Coghill (CM) Born 1926 has developed a career as a theater producer, director, actor and teacher. In 1995 she founded the Western Gold Theatre, a company for senior professionals. Known for innovation, in 1987 Joy wrote and produced "Song of this Place," a play with puppets based on the life of Emily Carr. In 1996 she played King Lear in "The Lear Project," and in 1998 she created "The Alzheimer Project" for Western Gold. Coghill was Artistic Director of the Vancouver Playhouse (1967-69) and of the English Acting section of the National Theatre School (1970-73). She has received honorary degrees from Simon Fraser University (1994) and the University of British Columbia (1995). Joy is the recipient of four Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards, the Gascon-Thomas Award (NTS), the Herbert Whittaker Critics' Association Award and Lifetime Membership in the Canadian Actors' Equity Association.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Talking to Heaven (Living with the Dead)
  • Betty
2002
25% Double Jeopardy
  • Neighbor in Garden
1999
No Score Yet The Other Mother
  • Sister Vincent
1995
No Score Yet Snowbound: The Jim and Jennifer Stolpa Story
  • Dr. Jorgenson
1994
47% Andre
  • Betsy
1994
No Score Yet Whose Child Is This? The War for Baby Jessica
  • Earlene Clausen
1993
20% Omen IV - The Awakening
  • Sister Francesca
1991
No Score Yet Christmas Comes to Willow Creek
  • Charlotte
1987
No Score Yet Blue Monkey
  • Dede Wilkens
1987
No Score Yet Nobody's Child
  • Patient #1
1986
No Score Yet Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang
  • Mistress Fowl
1978
87% Shivers (They Came from Within) (The Parasite Murders)
  • Mona Wheally
1975

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
0% The X-Files
1993-2016
  • Linda Thibedeaux
  • 1995

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