Felicia is a voice, screen and stage actor and opera singer. Growing up between Italy/Canada, she currently calls Toronto home! This past season, Felicia voiced on her first AAA videogames, appeared in her first feature-length film Seeds of a Dead Tree, collaborated with White Mills Theatre Co. as Myssie in Ether and Anna in their immersive A Christmas Carol, and won the “Best International Female Voiceover Performance” at the One Voice Awards.
Felicia has sung Audrey in James Bond a Convenient Lie (Malfi Productions), Adina in L’Elisire D’Amore (Toronto City Opera), the title role in Martha (SOLT), was the front-woman to the indie band “UnHRDof” and lends her voice to multiple videogame soundtracks. On the film front, Felicia finished filming the horror short “Somethings Missing” with Toronto’s own Deformed Lunchbox, and created her first (pandemic) film “A Good Day”.
Felicia loves learning which has led her to train with esteemed opera professionals in Canada and Europe and continue her studies in theatre, on-camera, voiceover and improv in Toronto. She is always working on expanding her languages – she speaks fluent Italian and conversational German and is currently working on Spanish. Felicia graduated from York University (BFA), after which she ran a successful voice studio. She still runs a reduced studio (online in this post COVID-19 world).
Outside of the world of acting and teaching, Felicia maintains a thriving vermicompost (gardening!), is trying to read all the books, and loves beating her partner in a good game of Viticulture.