Alyssa LeClair
SAG-AFTRA ELIGIBLE | ACTRA APP. | CAEA

Alyssa LeClair, a native of Hamilton, Ontario, is a talented vocalist and performer. From a young age, Alyssa’s passion for singing was nurtured as a member of the esteemed Hamilton Children’s Choir. Enrolling at Queen’s University, Alyssa majored in Theatre and minored in Sociology.

Driven by her desire for artistic growth, Alyssa went on to earn her Masters of Music in Vocal Performance from NYU, further refining her vocal abilities and expanding her musical horizons. Right out of school, Alyssa was cast in the role of Mrs. Eynsford-Hill in Sharon Playhouse’s production of “My Fair Lady” – Alyssa knew it wouldn’t be the last (nor the first) time she’d be playing someone’s mother who was older than her.

In the film “Fat Camp,” which premiered at the LA Film Festival (LAFF) and was later picked up by BET, Alyssa played camp councellor Candance – trying her hand at the big screen.

Returning back to Canada, Alyssa made a memorable appearance in the Season 5 premiere of the TV series “Workin’ Moms”. Collaborating with Greg Carruthers, the Founder of EveryBODY on Stage, Alyssa had the opportunity to explore her dream role of Elle Woods in the musical “Legally Blonde,” showcasing her exceptional talent and embodying the character’s essence.

Her undeniable talent caught the attention of writer Matty Murray, who invited Alyssa to audition for the new musical “Maggie.” Alyssa’s talent took her to the renowned Charlottetown Theatre Festival, where she showcased her versatility in “Maggie” and “I’m Every Woman.”

With a powerful voice, magnetic stage presence, and exceptional acting skills, Alyssa LeClair continues to captivate audiences. Her relentless pursuit of artistic growth and unwavering commitment to her craft make her an artist to watch as she leaves her mark on the world of music and theatre.