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    Angela Fusco

    1/1/1970

    Angela Fusco

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    Angela Fusco, daughter of violinist Frank Fusco, embarked on her career in CBC Radio and TV as a child. She honed her craft at the Stratford Festival under directors like Michael Langham and Jean Gascon, working alongside esteemed actors. Graduating from university, she showcased her talent across theatres including the National Arts Centre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, and the Shaw Festival. Fusco's mezzo-soprano voice earned acclaim in musical theatre, notably in Dora Award-winning productions like "Colette, The Colours of Love" and "Nunsense." She hosted CBC's "Listen to the Music" and appeared in commercials, narrations, and TV shows like TVO's "Read All About It!" Her versatile career spanned narrations with music projects and earned her a Juno Award nomination for "A Butterfly in Time." Her later career delved into film and TV with roles in "The Morrison Murders," "The Listener," and films like "The Third Miracle," "Focus," and "New Blood," showcasing her range and talent in diverse roles.

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