Quincy Clarke
Actor, Voice Actor
NON-UNION
“You have been criticizing yourself for years and it hasn’t worked. Try approving of yourself and see what happens.”
– Louise HayY

Quincy Clarke (she/her) is a chameleon. From a young age, her striking features have always photographed incredibly well and as a result, she was a child model, having won Hamilton’s Spotlight Model Search and Talent Contest in 2002 and modelled for brands such as Morgenstern’s and OshKosh B’Gosh. This love of the camera continued and she cosplays as a hobby and creative outlet, where she is self-taught in her make-up artistry and prop making. Her recent cosplay of Starfire from HBO Max’s DC Titans was reshared on their official Instagram account in March 2022 because of its accuracy. What makes Quincy stand out the most is her incredible empathy, which is another reason why acting as a craft has been something she has always pursued.

Quincy graduated high school with a Specialist High Skills Major in Acting with her graduation performance being a production of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest in which she played the role of Lady Bracknell. She then went on to attend Toronto Metropolitan University, where she focused on Acting and Dance Studies through her (B.A.) Creative Industries degree. While completing her bachelor’s degree at TMU, Quincy took courses like Musical Theatre, Western Dance Styles and Improv. For the past three years she has been mentored by Christian Potenza, with whom she works closely for her voice acting training. Her most recent workshop was with Tarah Consoli for animation voiceover and she has also participated in many workshops at TA2 East with David Stinson and Switchboard Sessions.

Most recently, she was a model for Apollonie to showcase Heather Jacobsen’s latest additions to her corset collection. She was also a member of the ensemble (Store Manager, D.A. Joyce Riley, Harvard Ensemble) for Theatre Ancaster’s sold-out production of Legally Blonde: The Musical, a first for Ancaster’s Memorial Arts Centre. This production received rave reviews in The Hamilton Spectator and was considered one of Theatre Ancaster’s biggest commercial successes, with an 11-show run from Nov 10th to Nov 26th, 2023. She also booked her first voice acting role with the Insurance Institute of Canada playing various podcast guests for their internal eLearning content. She is looking forward to growing her experience while seeking out new opportunities to further her career. All in all, she is just thankful she gets to do what she loves whether it be in her local community or professionally.