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Veena Sood stars in the Canadian series "Endgame" as Barbara Stillwell.

Veena Sood is an award-winning actress, known for her versatility in theater, film, television, radio and improv comedy. Her television credits include recurring roles in numerous series including "Life Unexpected," "Battlestar Galactica," "Caprica" and "Little Mosque on the Prairie," as well as several movies of the week.

Born in Nairobi, Kenya, Sood came to Canada when she was seven. Raised and educated in Calgary, Alberta, she became a drama student at The University of Calgary at age 17. There she helped co-found Calgary's Loose Moose Theatre Company, best known for their development of the Theatresports, the world renowned improvisational theater company.

Her feature films include "Touch of Pink," "Nina's Heavenly Delights," BBC's "Compulsion" (U.K), and most recently "The Big Year" and "Live with It." Her films have opened at the Sundance Film Festival, the London BFI Festival, and L.A.'s Outfest.

In addition to hosting her own talk show, "In the Company of Women," on the CBC, Sood has acted as host and master of ceremonies for gala events, awards shows and television specials.

She's been a featured performer at many theater festivals including The Glasgow Comedy Festival, The Vancouver Comedy Festival and The Winnipeg Comedy Festival. Recently she toured her one-woman comedy improv show to Glasgow and Edinburgh, where she traveled the moors and heath looking for a good vindaloo.


Birthplace: Nairobi, Kenya
Hometown: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Husband: J. Johnson (8/30/2008)

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