Sherry White

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Sherry White
Born Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
OccupationActress, screenwriter, producer
Notable works Crackie , Rabbittown , Rookie Blue
Years active2000s-present
Children Percy Hynes White

Sherry White is a Canadian film and television actress, writer and filmmaker, [1] best known for her work as a producer and writer for the television series MVP , Rookie Blue and Saving Hope [2] and as director of the feature film Crackie . [2] She won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Original Screenplay, at the 6th Canadian Screen Awards in 2018, for the film Maudie . [3]

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Originally from Stephenville, Newfoundland and Labrador, [2] she attended Memorial University of Newfoundland's Grenfell College campus in Corner Brook, where she was a classmate of Susan Kent, Adriana Maggs and Jonny Harris. [4]

Percy Hynes White, her son with actor and writer Joel Thomas Hynes, is a child actor who has had roles in the films Crackie, The Grand Seduction and Cast No Shadow , and the television series Murdoch Mysteries . [2]

Filmography

As writer

As producer

As director

As actress

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