domingo, 19 de enero de 2014

Inga Cadranel (born April 30th, 1978, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian actress, and is the daughter of Maja Ardal and Jeff Braunstein, both stage actors, directors and writers. She is married to Gabriel Hogan. They have one child. 
Inga's first stage performance was as "Kayla" in the Young People's Theatre production of The Cabbagetown Caped Crusaders. Following that, she also played "Ally" in the Blyth Festival and Bluewater Summer Playhouse productions of Hot Flashes; and the lead role in the Canadian Opera Company's production of Patria II.
In recent years she has appeared in many Canadian television series and films. She played the role of "Frannie Batista" on the Showtime series Leap Years, had roles in the series Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict, Drop The Beat, Relic Hunter, The City, and Foreign Objects. She has also appeared in several made for television movies such as The Big Heist, Sex & Mrs. X, and the short drama, Dear America. She also appeared in the romantic comedy film, The Art Of Woo in 2001.
She has appeared in the Canadian television series Lost Girl, as a secondary character in seven episodes (three in first season, three in season three and one in season four). She played the role of the Succubus known as Aife and also known as Saskia.
Right now she is working in the Canadian television series Orphan Black, as Detective Angela Deangelis in first and second season, who return April 19. Inga is recurring in "The Strain", an upcoming vampire horror television series that is in production at FX that was created by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan. It is set to premiere in July 2014.

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