Cassandra Naud
Actor, Dancer
UBCP | ACTRA
“Our differences are not a reflection of our limitations.”
– Cassandra Naud

Cassandra Naud was born and raised in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada to two French Canadian parents. She is the second eldest of four children; two boys and two girls. At the age of five her mother enrolled her in dance class where Cassandra’s passion for performing quickly grew. Along side an intense dance schedule she also trained in speech arts, voice and would often take part in local musicals. As Cassandra grew older her desire to dance at a professional level grew stronger. After graduating high school Cassandra worked for a year to save enough money to move to Los Angeles where she would attend the American Musical and Dramatic Academy and receive a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Dance Theatre. Following graduation Cassandra was given a one year work visa to pursue her life as a dancer in LA and she tackled her endeavours head on. After a successful and busy year she decided to relocate to Vancouver, Canada while she applied for an 01 visa to continue working in LA.

Although Cassandra always had a passion for acting her unique look stopped her from ever considering it as a career choice. With a push from her agent and local casting directors she eventually made the leap and decided to pursue acting full time.

Cassandra made her acting debut in 2018 as the lead in the Crazy 8s award winning short film “Smallfish”. After a whirlwind of auditions she made her television debut as Fiona in TNT’s Snowpiercer airing in the spring of 2020. Cassandra continued on to book roles such as The Shadow Warrior in Apple TV’s “See”, and Cappy in Audience Network’s “Loudermilk” season 2.