Roselyn Kelada-Sedra is an actor based in Toronto, Canada. Roselyn has worked on stages in Canada, England, the U.S. and Europe. Her first love is Shakespearean theatre, and that led to training at RADA and… everything since.
Roselyn trained in Shakespearean theatre acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, at DAH Teatar in Serbia, and in Canada at the National Voice Intensive, Lonsdale Smith Studios and the Cindy Tanas Actors Studio. She made her TV debut on CBC in Canada’s Smartest Person, and she is making her webseries debut in IRL: The Series, airing in 2016.
Roselyn completed a 3-year apprenticeship as an actor and theatre-maker with the Toronto theatre company, b current. She has written, adapted and devised plays produced on Toronto stages. She also created the role of Death as a harpist in DASH, a devised theatre piece based on Emily Dickinson poems.
IRL: The Series, a webseries in which Roselyn plays the sharp & adventurous Tanya, is an official selection for the Los Angeles Film Awards.
And IRL is a semi-finalist in the Los Angeles CineFest! Keep up to date with the IRL facebook page.
With Livia Berius, Roselyn is co-writing a script about the juggle that is life for a woman trying to succeed in two careers at once. This Sunday, two scenes are getting a first public reading as part of Working the Scene in Colour.
Roselyn is prepping for a summer of theatre. Her dream roles include Cleopatra in Shakespeare’s Antony & Cleopatra, Helena in All’s Well That Ends Well and Hermione in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child... obviously.
For more news, join the facebook group: Roselyn, Actor & Storyteller.