TV Producer

Tina Keeper

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Age 61
Birthday March 201962
Birth Sign Pisces
City Canada
Country Canada
Profession TV Producer

Tina Keeper is a famous TV Producer, born on March 20, 1962 in Canada. As of December 2022, Tina Keeper’s net worth is $5 Million. She was also a member of the Norway House Cree Nation where she worked on issues such as suicide prevention and violence against women.

Parents Joseph I. Keeper, Phyllis Keeper
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Siblings Joy Keeper, Lorne Keeper, Barry Keeper
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Tina Keeper Biography

Political activist and former member of the Canadian House of Commons. She starred in For Angela, the 1993 docudrama. Tina Keeper, OM (born March 20, 1962) is a Cree actress, film producer and former politician from Canada..

She had two sons from a previous marriage.

Keeper had a number of supporting roles in film, most notably in the National Film Board of Canada docudrama short For Angela, before being cast in North of 60 in 1992. She was a five-time Gemini Award nominee for Best Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role for her work on the series, winning the award at the 11th Gemini Awards in 1997. At the 9th Gemini Awards in 1995, she also received a Gemini nomination for Performance in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series, for her performance in For Angela.

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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Following the end of North of 60 as a regular series, Keeper continued her role as Michelle Kenidi in several North of 60 television films, and appeared in the films Heater, Skins and On the Corner, until she decided to seek the Liberal nomination in Churchill in 2005.

Tina Keeper Net Worth

Tina Keeper is one of the richest TV Producer & listed on most popular TV Producer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Tina Keeper‘s net worth $5 Million.

Net Worth $5 Million
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Source of Income TV Producer
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House Living in own house.

She grew up in Winnipeg with her father Joseph I. Keeper, a member of Order Canada, and her mother Rev. Dr. Phyllis Keeper. She and her siblings Joy, Lorne, and Barry, all became involved in the arts at a young age.

Following the end of North of 60 as a regular series, Keeper continued her role as Michelle Kenidi in several North of 60 television films, and appeared in the films Heater, Skins and On the Corner, until she decided to seek the Liberal nomination in Churchill in 2005.

Keeper was elected as a Member of Parliament in the 2006 Canadian federal election, representing the Liberal Party in Churchill. She served as the Official Opposition’s Critic for Public Health and Canadian Heritage, and as a Special Advisor for Aboriginal Outreach in the 39th Parliament of Canada.

First known for her role as RCMP officer Michelle Kenidi in the CBC Television series North of 60, she was elected to the House of Commons of Canada in the 2006 Canadian federal election, and served as a Liberal Party of Canada Member of Parliament representing the electoral district of Churchill. Following her defeat in the 2008 Canadian federal election she returned to film and television, and continues to work as both an actress and a film producer.

Who is Tina Keeper dating?

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In addition to her Gemini Award nominations and win, she is the recipient of a National Aboriginal Achievement Award, three American Indian Film Festival awards for acting and producing, and a 2014 Canadian Civil Liberties Association award for Public Engagement. She was named ACTRA’s Woman of the Year in 2017. In June 2017, Keeper received both an honorary doctor of letters from Wilfrid Laurier University, and a Governor General’s Meritorious Service Medal for the ballet Going Home Star.

Tina Keeper Height

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Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular TV Producer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Canada. Tina Keeper celebrates birthday on March 20 of every year.

After her election defeat in 2008, she took on both acting and production roles in the APTN drama series Cashing In. More recently she has acted in the television series Mohawk Girls and Heartland, and the films Through Black Spruce and Falls Around Her.

What did Tina Keeper do?

She was the first Indigenous person to win a Gemini for a leading role on a TV series in Canada. As an Honorary Witness for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Keeper co-produced the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s highly acclaimed ballet Going Home Star, guided by Indian Residential School Survivors.

Where is Tina Keeper now?

While Keeper has not sought office since, she continues to work as a political activist.

How old is Tina Keeper?

60 years (March 20, 1962)

Where was Tina Keeper born?

Winnipeg, Canada

How did North of 60 end?

Why did the series end? According to North of 60 producer Doug MacLeod, the series folded when the province of Alberta ended tax credits for television and movie production.

A partner in the film production firm Kistikan Pictures, she was a producer of Through Black Spruce, as well as the films Road of Iniquity, Sky Stories and REDress Redress Project. In 2014 she participated in the creation of Going Home Star, a Royal Winnipeg Ballet production on the theme of indigenous reconciliation.

In December 2019, the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television announced Keeper as the recipient of its Earle Grey Award at the 8th Canadian Screen Awards.

You may read full biography about Tina Keeper from Wikipedia.
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