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After receiving theater degree, she co-founded 'The Loose Moose Theatre Company' with Improv master Keith Johnstone in Calgary, and later with the Vancouver TheatreSports League. In 1991, she won the Jessie Award for Outstanding Performance for her role in the Green Thumb Theatre play 2 B Wut U R. Then in 2006, she received the Leo Award for Best Guest Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series which she won for the role 'Preety' in the Godiva's episode Flipping Switches.
She appeared in the television serial The Changeling telecast in ITV. In 2006, she acted in the film Nina's Heavenly Delights where she speaks with Scottish and East Indian accent with fluent. Meanwhile, she appeared in American television, particularly on all three of the longest running North American science fiction series: The X-Files in 1993, Stargate SG-1 in 1997 and Smallville in 2001. Her role in the film Touch of Pink, received critical acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival.
She is married to J. Johnson, where they celebrated the wedding on 30 August 2008.
She was honored by the Canadian acting union UBCP/ACTRA with The Lorena Gale Woman Of Distinction Award. From the same union, she was awarded with Sam Payne Award for her contributions in humanity and artistic integrity in 2014. Then in November 2017, she was awarded the Woman of Distinction Award from Canadian acting union. Meanwhile, she was honored with 2019 FANS Distinguished Artist Award in late 2019 for her international recognition in drama.