Born and raised in the Beaches in Toronto, Canada, Perrie Voss is an award winning screenwriter, editor, producer and 3 time Canadian Screen Awards nominated actor and producer. Most notably, Perrie co-wrote, co-produced, co-starred and co-edited Avocado Toast the series, season 1 and 2 based on her real life story and experiences. It is currently airing on OUTtv, Amazon Prime, and Apple TV+ and more across the globe - you can find more about the series at www.avocadotoasttheseries.com.
Perrie is a graduate of the esteemed 3 year conservatory program at George Brown Theatre School in Toronto and spent the first 10 years as a professional actor on stage. Now acting in film and tv as well as producing and creating her own projects, Perrie focuses on telling stories with diverse and underrepresented narratives, especially female led and LGBTQ2ia+ projects. Along with Avocado Toast, Perrie is continuing to develop her digital series, Stories from my Gay Grandparents which is the recipient of full development funding from the 2021 IPF/CMF Short Series Fund as well as full production funding from IPF and Bell Fund and will shoot late summer 2023.
Recently, Perrie picture edited and acted a short film called Alex - which premiered at Hollyshorts in LA August 2022, Whistler Film Fest 2022, Canadian Film Fest 2023 and was selected as a Staff Pick on Vimeo. Other recent acting credits include: One Delicious Christmas (Discovery+), Murdoch Mysteries (CBC), Strays, season 2 (CBC), Revenge of the Black Best Friend (CBC), Adult Adoption (Glasgow Film Festival), The Boys (Amazon Prime), and Letters to Satan Claus (NBC/SyFy).
Perrie is an avid horseback rider, cyclist, downhill skier, tennis player and runner. She also is a visual artist working in oil and acrylic and has achieved grade 7 in piano from the Royal Conservatory of music. She splits her time between Toronto and Calgary.