Avaah Blackwell is a multilingual actress, versatile stunt performer and producer. Classically trained in Europe, Blackwell began her exciting career as a performer upon graduating Prague Film School's renowned "Acting for Film" pilot program at the top of her class. As one of 10 actors globally selected for PFS's innovative program, Avaah is equally captivating when performing for stage or screen. She produced acclaimed, female driven web series “Fan Girl Fights!” which launched both of the lead actresses into exciting stunt and action careers. Blackwell is the Co-Founder and Co-Host of a curated series of film industry related events entitled "Behind the Camera" at Soho House Toronto, and the creator of the Soho House Short Film Festival. Her recent on screen credits include Jupiter's Legacy, Star Trek: Discovery, EFC Movie, and Disney's Secret Society of the Second Born Royals. Avaah utilizes her international training and experience to infuse her work with unique physical, emotional, and mental discipline. Versatile in her character choices, Blackwell is known best for playing strong female leads, as well as interesting supporting characters.
Blackwell’s on screen presence has been described as “magnetic, electric and enchanting” by producers and audiences across Europe (Cannes Film Festival, The Bear Theatre Company), Asia (Pi Fan) and North America (12 Monkeys, Los Angeles International Short Film Festival, New York City International Film Festival, Calgary International Film Festival, Golden Panda, Studio 35 Festival, et al.). Blackwell’s exceptional comedic performance in the Winnipeg Fringe Festival earned her recognition from CBC.
When not working on screen, Avaah can be found supporting her love for film by working for TIFF and Sundance Film Festival. She also spends her time training in acrobatics, martial arts, learning new languages and loves riding horses with her sister Mick in Alberta.