Clarice Goetz is a Toronto-based actor, writer and director. She was raised in Waterloo, where she fostered her love of performance, appearing in productions with KW Glee, and directing several youth theatre productions with KW Youth Theatre. She also received vocal training at the Renaissance School of the Arts.
Clarice is a graduate of Humber College’s Acting for Film & Television program, where she received the distinguished Brian Linehan Film & Television Award for Outstanding Performance and Artistic Promise. There she studied advanced on-camera technique, scene study, combat, improvisation and dance. She also trained under Mike Kirby, founder of Voiceworx, in voiceover recording.
When not in front of the camera, Clarice enjoys photography, singing and writing poetry. Clarice is represented by Meridian Artists and is currently in the process of publishing her first poetry book.