About

Naomi Snieckus

photo.jpg

An actor / writer / improviser / voice-over artist / director / teacher, Naomi is a regular on CBC’s hit comedy, ‘Mr. D’ (two time ACTRA nominated and Canadian Comedy Award winner). She is an alumnus of 'The Second City Toronto' where she wrote and performed in five hit shows. Her TV and film credits include ‘12 Trees’ (co-starring Matt Baram and Mel B of ‘The Spice Girls’) ‘Drunk and On Drugs Happy Fun Time Hour’ (co-starring the cast of 'Trailer Park Boys'), ‘The Listener’, ‘Degrassi’, ‘Train 48’, ‘Regenesis’, ‘Little Mosque on the Prairie’, ‘Ron James Show’, ‘Being Erica’, ‘Wingin’ It’, ‘She’s the Mayor’, ‘Alphas, Skins’, ‘The Jon Dore Show’, ‘Saw 7 3D’, ‘Dino Dan’, ‘AnneDroids’, CBC’s 'Canada’s Smartest Person’ and ‘Playdate’. You may have heard Naomi’s voice on CBC Radio’s ‘Canadia’ or as ‘Aunt Turtle’ on the cartoon ‘Franklin the Turtle’. She co-created the digital show ‘Doing it With Brian and Darla’ for CBC Comedy and ‘The Casting Room’ Web Series (LA WebFest and CCA winner). Naomi has also won a Canadian Comedy Award in the category of Best Female Improviser. She is a founding member and Co-Artistic Director of the five-time Canadian Comedy Award winning troupe ‘The National Theatre of the World’ and was a regular on ‘George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight’ on CBC. You can see her on the feature films: ‘Happily Ever After’ with Alex Kingston and Peter Firth and ‘Two for One’ with Gavin Crawford.