A feature film in the making from
Cayle Chernin and
Cayle Chernin, Toronto actor, writer, film maker, teacher got her start as Selina in Don Shebib’s acclaimed feature Goin’ Down the Road and has been on that road ever since, acting, writing, teaching, creating award-winning documentaries and original Theatre productions with Rhubarb, the Fringe and Summerworks.
She served two terms on the Board of Directors of St. Christopher House and was President of The Albert J. Latner Public Library, has taught several Guest Artist in Schools programs of a course she developed: Creating your own Video.
Cayle played Ruth Steiner in Mea Culpa’s critically acclaimed Production of Collected Stories at the Tarragon Extra Space and acted in the Summerworks Production Talk 60 To Me. She faithfully attends The Monday Night Acting Group unless she is working and is dedicated to ‘The Life Of The Imagination’, to Acting and to The Theatre.
Awards for Producer/Director/Actor Chernin
Award Winning Documentaries
Cayle has mentored and consulted on many projects, including most recently Miriam Lawrence’s wonderful documentary on Acting delivered via the honouring of her prestigious mentor Madeleine Sherwood.