Elizabeth Chamberlain is a Canadian LGBTQ+ actress, singer-songwriter, and dancer-mover who works in the film, television, theatre, and music industries. Elizabeth received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Acting from the University of Alberta in 2021 and had also received a diploma of Theatre Arts in 2018 from Grant MacEwan University.
Elizabeth’s professional acting career takes place on stage as well as in front of the camera. Elizabeth’s most impressive theatrical accomplishments include playing Amy in "Little Women" (Opera NUOVA), Lucy in Mac Wellman’s "Dracula" (University of Alberta's Studio Theatre), and the original and titular role of Red in the 82-show debut of "The Red Mountain" (Gold Fever Follies). In film, Elizabeth is most known for her roles of Alexandra ‘Zee’ Bradbury in the Hollywood Sci-Fi film series "Space Command" directed by Marc and Elaine Zicree, the gruesome and feminine lead Mildred Moyer in Grotesque (Higher Universe Pictures), and the sweet and innocent Mary in Hot Box (High Universe Pictures). In addition to acting for film, Elizabeth also enjoys songwriting and has composed and performed the theme song for the English film “The Code” directed by multi-award winning director Patrick Ryder.
When she is not performing, Elizabeth enjoys teaching musical theatre to youth. She believes that inspiring our youth with art creates a more vibrant future for everyone.
Elizabeth is known for her fiery passion for the arts and her willingness to pursue her crafts wherever they may take her.
University of Alberta
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting Degree
Rapier and Dagger
Grant MacEwan University
Theatre Arts Diploma
Broadway North Summer Intensive
Summer School for the Solo Voice
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
North Battleford, Saskatchewan