She is a Toronto Theatre Critics’ Award winner, three-time Dora Award winner and twelve-time Dora nominee in both performance and writing, referred to as “the excellent Maev Beaty” by the New York Times. Her film debut (Mouthpiece) was a Special Presentations Opening Film at 2018 TIFF.
“Maev Beaty confirms in this role the long-standing suspicion that she is the classical comedienne of her generation, wittily and charmingly in command of everything she says and does.”
“The excellent Maev Beaty”
New York Times
“Beaty is just astonishing, a blond virago whose lanky limbs and throaty voice make her seem like a latter-day Valkyrie, capable of anything.”
“She’s just formidable. A woman to reckon with. It’s a glorious performance.”
Maev Beaty has interpreted lead classic roles across the country such as August: Osage County at Soulpepper and over five seasons at the Stratford Festival including: King Lear, She Stoops to Conquer, School for Scandal.