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Kate Drummond : Nikki

Kate Drummond is a highly sought after Canadian actor whose diverse work experience includes film, television, voiceover, stage and video games. She has appeared in numerous television series and movies, and is currently co-starring with Brooke Shields and Beau Bridges in Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ newest Flower Shop Mystery Series,
which pulled the largest debut audience in network history with its January 2016 premiere of Mum’s The Word.

She will also be appearing as a recurring guest star in the upcoming Syfy series Wynonna Earp premiering in both Canada and the United States in April 2016. Not confined to film and television, Kate has acted in numerous hit video games, most notably the roles of Anna Grimsdottir in Ubisoft’s internationally acclaimed video game Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Jessica Kandel in its newest release Tom Clancy’s The Division. Some of Kate’s other credits include original Hallmark movies Lead With Your Heart alongside Billy Baldwin and Good Witch. Most recently, Kate has made appearances in series and movies such as the Oscar-nominated Room, The Informant, CAT. 8, Beauty and the Beast, Being Human and Covert Affairs.

As a former elementary school teacher who became an actor later in life, Kate is an advocate for people following their dreams. In May 2014, Kate was the opening speaker at TEDx in Oshawa, where she told her story of Chasing Dreams and Beginning Again. The presentation has connected her globally with many people who are also on their path to reaching their goals. Along with her acting career, Kate is an active member of her community, working with charities such as Gamers for Sandy Hook, Habitat for Humanity, the Breast Cancer Foundation, OSPCA and KidSport Ontario. She organized Toronto’s first Street Store in 2014, a community-based pop-up shop where quality clothing and other items donated by the community were given to the homeless and needy in a dignified, retail setting. Held for one day, more than 300 homeless took part and all leftover items were donated to Engage and Change, further helping the city’s homeless.