| Tammy Gillis|| Actress|
| White Noise: The Light, No Men Beyond This Point, The Heart of the World, The Timekeeper|
Patrick Lussier, Antoine Fuqua, Guy Maddin
Tammy Gillis Wikipedia
Tammy Gillis is a Canadian actress who works on television and film projects across the country.
Gillis was born in Dauphin, Manitoba. She studied pre-law at the University of Manitoba.
Tammy Gillis grew up in rural Manitoba and got her start on the stage in her hometown playing Grandpa in her first school play. While attending the University of Manitoba, she was discovered by a modelling agency. Shortly after signing with them, she booked a series of commercials for Greenkids starring Lyle Lovett and landed her first film role in the award-winning short film Heart of the World directed by cult film director, Guy Maddin.
Her onscreen credits include roles in White Noise 2 starring Nathan Fillion and Shooter starring Mark Wahlberg. Tammy played a leading role in the indie feature film Under the Apple Box, which received an honorable mention at the New Jersey Film Festival winning an Honorable Mention and also screened at the Women’s International Film Festival in Miami in March 2013. She appeared on the Bravo series Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce, as well as the Hallmark romantic comedy A Novel Romance starring alongside Amy Acker and Dylan Bruce and the Lifetime thriller Stolen from the Womb starring alongside Laura Mennell and Larisa Oleynik.
She has guest starred on CTV's drama Motive as well as her recurring guest starring role on the HBO Canada series Less Than Kind and the Douglas Coupland CBC comedy "jPod" TV series Less than Kind. She has appeared in roles on the CW's Supernatural, Showcase's Lost Girl, SpikeTV's Blue Mountain State, Showcase's Endgame, Reaper, The L Word, and the final season of Battlestar Galactica. and many more. Her MOW's include Stealing Paradise starring Rachel Leigh Cook, The Mermaid Chair starring Kim Basinger and Home by Christmas starring Linda Hamilton.
Gillis was a spokesmodel for underwear company Ginch Gonch. She travelled with the line to France, to El Salvador and Russia. She was named one of Femme Fatale’s ‘Fresh Faces of the Year’ in 2007 and has been seen in the magazines UMM and Sharp for Men.
In 2016, Gillis appeared in the sixth season of ABC's Once Upon a Time as Jill.