When Shatara Crowe was growing up in her hometown of Winnipeg, Manatoba, she envisioned at an early age that she would become involved in the entertainment industry. Her father, a former Winnipeg based director, inspired those dreams. Today, Crowe lives in Vancouver, BC and is seeing those visions a reality, with two film credits completed in the last year alone. She most recently produced and starred in the thriller film “Max: Musings of a Spy”, playing the lead role of Max. The film was directed by Indie Series Awards nominee Jean-Jacques Javier. Also in 2016, Crowe played the lead role of Tara in the drama film “A Mantra for Cognitive Chemical Imbalance”, which was another collaboration with director Jean-Jacques Javier. Additional lead role film credits for Crowe are “The Tin Foil Hat”, “Special Friends”, “The Princess Who Saved the Kingdom”, and “The Bus Stop”.
In addition to producing and acting, Shatara Crowe is also a skilled stunt performer, and has performed her own stunts in films such as “Max: Musings of a Spy”. Her talents that add to her stunt abilities include being a multi-ribboned equestrian, and is professionally trained in the Korean martial art of Taekwondo.
Prior to relocating to Vancouver, Crowe studied at Acting Studio Winnipeg, under the guidance of Darcy Fehr. She has also completed the full-time program at the Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts. Currently Crowe is honing her craft at AMAW Vancouver with Anthony Meindl.
The future looks bright for this amazing young talent!
Shatara Crowe is repped by Jenn Andrusco at Cue Agency.
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