Lisa Rose Snow is an award winning writer/director/performer raised by the ocean on Canada's East Coast and now living in Toronto. She’s passionate about stories from underrepresented voices, food, anything woo woo, and courage. Recent directing credits include Rogue Bridal – a new half hour pilot from Blue Ant Media, Dino Dana (2xMore Sinking Ship Director’s Lab recipient), and the bravoFACTUAL doc Meet Maurice Crosby.
When not directing LRS can be found working in writing rooms on shows like Little Dog (CBC) where she co-wrote episode 104, Ten Days in the Valley (ABC), and Frontier (Netflix). She has two series in pre-development and is very close to making her first feature.
As a performer, her work ranges from the theatrical (like the time she lived on a train in Germany performing with the company Das Letzte Kleinod), to indie dramas like the Grolsch Film Works Discovery Award-winning TIFF film All the Wrong Reasons, to TV's Saving Hope, Killjoys, and Haven, to name a few.
She is a graduate of the Canadian Film Centre’s Cineplex Screenwriters Program and Dalhousie University’s Acting Program, and alumni of the Reykjavik Film Festival’s Talent Lab, the National Screen Institute’s Drama Prize Program, and AFCOOP’s Film5 Program.
In 2018 she received the Telefilm Canada New Voices Award and in 2013 she received a Women Making Waves Award from WIFT-Atlantic, the first time this award has ever been given to an emerging artist.
LRS is a member of the DGC, WGC, ACTRA, Equity, WIFT-T, WIFT-AT and the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television.