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Bronwen Mantel

Bronwen Mantel


Bronwen  has  been  writing  and producing  from  the  day  she graduated  from  Concordia
University  in  Communications, and  with  a  Bachelor  of  Arts  in English  literature  from  Bishop’s University.
From  in-house  producing  for  Bell Canada, she went on  to establish her  own  communications  company in 1984. Her client roster included  Air  Canada,  Via  Rail, BCE,  and  McCord  Museum  for whom  she  negotiated  everything from  hiring crew,  engaging  talent, dealing  with  the  key  syndicates and  unions,  to  supervising accounting  and  payroll.   Her  key role was to create and guide each project  to  fruition,  from  writing  to management to publicity. With her journalist  training  and  artistic backgroMantel  went  onto  work  as  a freelancer  in Communications and Public Relations, with corporations and  their  media  requirements. This  included  in-house  teaching videos  for  McGill  Ùniversity, executive training courses  for  on-camera interviews, and as a guest speaker at  numerous conferences in Canada.
In  2006,  Bronwen  was  delighted to  produce,  edit  and  narrate  the CD version of British author Judith Flander’s  acclaimed  book,  The Victorian  House.   This  was HarperCollin’s  highly  anticipated North American release.
Alongside  Bronwen’s  producing and  writing  career,  she  is  also known as one of Canada’s leading actresses,  earning  a  Daytime Emmy  for  her  work   in  the  Cinar animated  series  entitled  Arthur.
She  was  also  nominated  for  aund,  she  was  able  to   achieve  her  goals  in  her  role  as Producer.

Genie as Best Actress in  1980  for Revolution’s Orphans,  a  feature by  John  Smith.  Her  most  recent appearances  include  Pierre Gang’s  Black-Eyed  Dog, opposite  Brendan  Fletcher  of  Corner  Gaz;  Secret  Windows gave her  the chance  to work   with acting great Johnny Depp; and in 2003,  she  received  a  major supporting  role  on  the  horror  film entitled  Gothika  starring  Halle Berry.
Mantel  has  firmly  established herself  in  Canada’s  artistic community, as a  Producer, Writer,  Actress, Teacher and Creator. Her work  for  numerous  charities  and environmental issues are ongoing, and  Bronwen’s  present  roster  of projects  are  in  various  stages  of development and production.