Miranda Plant is an award-winning actor and producer in NYC. Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, she has performed on Broadway singing at Carnegie Hall in Nou Goth Sonne Under Wode composed by Allan Bevan under the musical direction of Richard Sparks (DCINY/ Khorikos Choir), and Off-Broadway in numerous productions including Masha in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at the Gibney Dance Theatre. She received her MFA at the Actors Studio Drama School, and her undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto, Trinity College.
On the screen, Miranda has played the leading role of Tagi in the Gemini award-winning web-series turned television show turned feature film Pure Pwnage, directed by Gemini-nominated creators Geoff Lapaire and Jarett Cale. The series has more than 3 million viewers worldwide and can be watched online on Youtube (the web series), Vimeo (the feature film), and Hulu (the tv series). In 2016 the film won Best Feature Film at the Canadian Comedy Awards. Other, recent film credits include roles in The Bout (1st Place winner of the 2018 Moet Moment Festival), award-winning The Greater Good (Winner “Best Female Lead” at the Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival 2018), Darwin: The Series, Season 2 (starring Broadway's Karl Kenzler, and Celia Keenan-Bolger), Wild Nights With Emily, and Construction (Vision Vehicle Productions, directed by Breakout Kings star Malcolm Goodwin).
On the stage, Miranda has originated several roles including Emmy-Award winning Seth Freeman's MacSpin Off-Broadway at the Pit MainStage Striker Theatre as Lady Macbeth, Drama Desk playwright Michael Bradley's Our Dark, Dark Place (Exquisite Corpse Theatre Company), In or Out (a site-specific performance piece with the box collective), Falcon and Sparrow (Treehouse Theatre), award-winning Good Shape (Robert Moss Theatre), and Deathscape (Theatre For A New City). Miranda also performed regionally as Constance in King John at the Great River Shakespeare Festival, and the Nurse (understudying Tarah Flanagan) in Romeo and Juliet. Some favorite Canadian credits include Philia in A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To the Forum (Rose Theatre), Miss Whittington in Not Now Darling (Drayton Entertainment), and Caitlin O'Hare in Over the River and Through the Woods (Rose Theatre).
Miranda also performs as a voice over artist and has worked with clients such as Atari (Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale), Showcase (Lost Girl: Motion Comic), and Audible (various audiobooks).
When not on set or stage, Miranda's either producing for film and television or developing her own projects. She's currently producing several films, writing a new musical about a female astrophysicist, and developing a feature-length documentary. Miranda is a proud member of the NYC Womens Filmmakers, FilmmakeHERS, NYWIFT, and SAG-AFTRA.