Marc Moir

Marc Moir is a professional actor and playwright. He trained at Westwood Collegiate (a performing arts high school) from 1999-2003. In 2002 he started a small production company which would become Looking Glass Productions in 2009. He started his acting career in church productions at Calvary Temple and has gone on to act with various companies including, Prairie Theatre Exchange, Oak Valley/Candlewick Productions and the Royal Manitoba Theatre Center. Marc has toured all over Canada with a variety of one man plays that he has written, produced, directed and acted in. In the last decade Marc has played a role in more than 30 stage plays and 22 short films. Marc also teaches drama and works as a consultant for churches and other organizations that wish to put on a production. Marc is a member of the Manitoba Association of Playwrights and in 2010 he was nominated for the Associations “Harry Rintoul Memorial Award” for best new Manitoba play (Padre X). Padre X has also won a Best of the Fest award from the Winnipeg Fringe Festival and most recently won the award for “Outstanding Drama” from the Ottawa Fringe festival.
Marc is happily married. He and his family live in Winnipeg.