Tina Louise Bomberry Net Worth

Tina Louise Bomberry was born, is Actress. Tina Louise Bomberry hails from the Six Nations of the Grand River in Ontario, Canada. She is an enrolled member of the Mohawk Bear clan. Tina has been active in the entertainment business as an actress, singer, traditional women's dancer, storyteller, stage manager, production assistant, workshop facilitator, casting director, audition coach. She is a member of ACTRA and the Canadian Actors Equity Association in Toronto. Tina was born in Toronto and has traveled extensively across Canada doing theater, television, cinema, and radio. She trained at the Center for Indigenous Theater in 1986 and at Ryerson University in 1988. Tina has over thirty years of professional experience as a performing artist and advocate for the arts. Recently her passion for writing, storytelling, and singing the blues has ignited a spark of creativity that has had an impact on her desire to freelance as an artist and storyteller.
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A member of the Mohawk Nation, Bomberry trained as an Actress at Toronto's Native Theatre School in 1986 and Ryerson University in 1988. Her first credited appearance was a minor role in the 1989 television film Where the Spirit Lives. She also appeared in the 1993 adaptation of the novel Medicine River. From 1992 to 1997, she portayed Rosie Deela in North of 60 and its three follow-up films: In the Blue Ground (1999), Another Country (2003), and Distant Drumming (2005).


In 1995, her work as Rosie was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role. She also performed with the De-ba-jeh-mu-jig Theatre Group.


In June 2015, Bomberry was involved in a single-vehicle accident that injured her and a child traveling with her. Bomberry was admitted in serious condition into the intensive care unit at McMaster University Medical Centre in Hamilton, where she eventually recovered.


Bomberry died on February 10, 2018, aged 52, at her home on the Six Nations reserve near Brantford. The cause of death has not been disclosed.