July 18, 1983
38 years old
5 ft 5 in | 165 cm tall
49 kg | 108 lbs
5.5 US | 36 EU
Cara Gee was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on July 18, 1983, is a Canadian actress.
Young Cara Geea began her professional acting career as a stage actress in Toronto, Ontario.
She made her big screen debut in drama movie Empire of Dirt (2013) in her breakthrough role as Lena.
She got her television debut in Canadian police drama series King (2012) in episode "Alicia Pratta", in role as Alicia Pratta.
She was nominated for the Canadian Screen Award for Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for her role as Lena in drama film Empire of Dirt (2013) also she won the American Indian Movie Award for Best Actressa and a Special Jury Award at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
She was nominated for the Portland Comedy Film Festival Award for Best Ensemble Cast for her role as Skylar in short comedy film Home in Time (2019).
She won the Whistler Film Festival Award for Stars to Watch for her role as Phoebe in romantic comedy movie Red Rover (2018).
She won the Whistler Film Festival Award for Rising Star for her performance as Raven / Pippa in drama film Trouble in the Garden (2018).
The Carmilla Movie (2017) comedy horror opposite Elise Bauman and Natasha Negovanlis
Birdland (2018) crime mystery with Kathleen Munroe, David Alpay and Benjamin Ayres
Wynter (2018) drama opposite Kaniehtiio Horn and Lorne Cardinal
She played The Girl in short drama fantasy film It's Nothing (2019).
She portrayed Aegis Minamoto in short science fiction movie EXT (2019).
The Call of the Wild (2020) adventure in role as Francoise, opposite Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens and Karen Gillan
Alone Wolf (2020) thriller in role as Town Monroe, with Lisa Roumain and James Aaron Oliver
She played Kat Loving in Canadian television drama series Strange Empire (2014).
Inhuman Condition (2016) Canadian drama web series in role as Tamar
The Expanse (2017- ) science fiction television series in role as Camina Drummer
Graduated from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (2007), with a BFA in acting.
Has Ojibwe, also part of the Anishinaabe ancestry.
Lives in Yaletown, an area of Downtown Vancouver, Canada.
She married Canadian actor and producer Richard de Klerk in 2019.