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

Quincy Clarke is an enthusiastic and creative individual who has always been drawn to the performing arts. 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. She then went on to perform in various school and community productions such as Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Silly Girl #1), CATS (Bombalurina), Once Upon a Mattress (Princess #12), Into the Woods (The Witch), and Annie (Cecile / Boylan Sister).

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 Ryerson University, where she focused on Acting and Dance Studies through her (B.A.) Creative Industries degree and gained a foundational knowledge in how these industries function from a business and entrepreneurial point of view. While completing her bachelor’s degree at Ryerson, Quincy took courses like Musical Theatre, Western Dance Styles and Improv.

On screen, Quincy has had the opportunity to act as a background performer in various films and television shows and also booked a commercial for Staples. For the past three years she has been mentored by Christian Potenza, with whom she works closely for her voice acting. 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. Quincy has been a cosplayer for many years with her most recent project being an Armoured Disney Princess collaboration in which she portrayed Princess Tiana.