Monday 10 July 2017

Roseanne Supernault

Roseanne Supernault is a Canadian film and TV actress who was born in Northern Alberta,Canada. Her father was a Aboriginal Politician and her mother was an Artist.At the age of 6, her parents got separated and she was raised by her father.She had been gracing various stage plays and theater acts as an artist since her young age and thus got a very good amount of acting experience under her belt before hitting the big screens.

Roseanne Supernault is well known for her role in the TV series Blackstone.She discovered her passion in her four years of Graduation which she did in Victoria School of Performing and Visual Arts.She played a role in the film"Rhymes for Young Ghouls" and in some TV shows like Rabitt fall,Into the West and Mixed Blessings

Roseanne Supernault Religion

Roseanne Supernault is of Métis/Cree descent.So she might be following their culture and traditions and might be having the religious practices,faith and rituals as that of other Métis/Cree descents.

Roseanne Supernault Political Views

Not much is known regarding the political views of Roseanne Supernault.But being a proud woman of having Métis/Cree descent and with her father as an Aboriginal Politician,she also might have the same political views as her father.

Who is he/she dating?

Regarding her personal life,not much is known.So one can assume that she may not want to share her personal life incidents in public and like to keep it away from the media which she seems to have done successfully so far.

Roseanne Supernault Hobbies

Roseanne Supernault grew up as an Athlete.She was good at Basketball, Handball & Tae-Kwon Do. Apart from that she also involved in various documentaries and feature films.She also runs acting workshops which helps indigenous youth to hone their acting skills.She's been active in the Idle No More Movement.

Interesting Facts

Roseanne Supernault's "Rhymes for Young bhouls" was named in TIFF Top 10 and was premiered in Toronto International Film Festival.She was nominated for the Best Actress for her role in "The Northlander" at American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco,California. She won the Best Actress Award in 2013 and Best Supporting Actress Award in 2011 at American Indian Movie Awards.