Kearstin Plemel is an internationally acclaimed, award winning actress. Her work both on stage and screen are celebrated in countries 13.10.01 Rebecca Newell BOTB Kearstin P Small-1933across Europe and North America. Kearstin began her career upon completion of  the Acting for Film program at Prague Film School in 2010 amoung the top of her class. Under the careful tutelage of  Nancy Bishop, Guy Roberts, Dr. Sydney Berger and many other industry professionals, Kearstin honed her raw talent and began building her reputation as a professional, versatile actress. Immediately upon graduation, Miss Plemel was invited to join the Bear Theatre Company, with whom she performed to audiences across Austria, Poland and The Czech Republic. From there, she worked as a reader and casting assistant with Emmy Nominated Casting Director Nancy Bishop (CSA) on several critically acclaimed projects including  ABC TV series’ Missing (Steve Schill)  and Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol.  Kearstin’s on screen performance  in the award winning short film Lea (Jean- Christophe Cader) won audience recognition, and was well received at many festivals including  Festival de Cannes and New York International Film Festival. 2012 brought Kearstin a starring role in Bad Girls; Sunny Side up, a theatrical production that toured Western Canada. Kearstin’s performance in Bad Girls earned her a nod of recognition from CBC, and won Best of Fest Venue at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival. In early 2014 Kearstin continued to Toronto, where she was offered the position of Spokesperson and Production Director with the Toronto Smartphone Film Festival! During 2014 she also appeared in several projects including InnerSpace, Investigation Discovery’s Last Seen Alive, and ELLE Jewellery’s showcase at the Windsor Arms Hotel during TIFF 2014. International Super Model and renowned coach Stacey McKenzie has been working closely with Kearstin, for which Miss Plemel is extremely grateful.

Currently, Kearstin is starring in two short films which are tentatively entitled “Figment” (Mithran Maharaj) and “Disorder” (Javier Augusto Nunez). She is also playing the role of Evette Snow in a new Web series, Crimson Noir (Robin Careless).  Kearstin is continuing her training for combat and stunts with Steve Wilsher, and is enrolled in the Level 3 Actors Workout program at Armstrong Acting Studios taught by Douglas Nyback. She looks forward to creating magic with you on your next production.