actress & filmmaker Sharma Macdonald: exclusive interview

Sharma MacDonald is a familiar face to Canadians.  Her television credits include a host of “Urban Report” on YES TV’s Let’s Talk, National Geographic/Discovery Channel TV series “Breakout” and CTV/NBC’s “Saving Hope.”  The always-evolving MacDonald has also brought her skills to the theatre, stepping onto the stage in Nora and Delia Ephron’s, Love, Loss and What I Wore.   

MacDonald was recognized by The Black Canadians Network as one of the top 150 Black Canadians, in honor of “Canada 150.”  Deeply faithful & responsibly connected to her community, MacDonald is committed to bringing the issues confronting it to the forefront.  “2020” reflects that commitment and solidifies MacDonald’s passion in her performance as lead actor.  Fueled by that passion, the actor, filmmaker & on-air personality continues to lift up her community.  Creating & directing “I Rise,” an online series to empower and provide tools and solutions for social change or covering events throughout the city, TD Toronto Jazz Festival, African Fashion Week Toronto, AFROFEST and the Toronto Raptors Championship journey, it is clear…. SharmaMacDonald is focused and determined to make a difference.   

Keep up with Sharma: 

Instagram: @sharmamacdonald 

Facebook: @sharmamacdonald 

Blog:  https://www.sharmamacdonaldblog.com/ 

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrQWpY5UpZH9BBx2E7HdGfg 

Website:  https://www.sharmamacdonald.com 

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