Paula Spurr

New Headshots, Baby!

I had a great session with local photographer GJ Thomson, and here are the results!

Star of Therapy Premiere

“Star of Therapy” is AWESOME! Here I am with fellow actor, Stella Lai, at the premiere of Ana Pacheco‘s wonderful short film.

Screening for “Star of Therapy”

We did all the work, and now the film is finished! I can’t wait to see how my performance as the therapist turned out! There is going to be a small screening of “Star of Therapy” by Ana Pacheco and Bryce Iwaschuck, Saturday Aug. 17th. Here is a link to the tickets, just in case you want to join the party!


My World’s Collide in “Star of Therapy”

Last year I had the pleasure of playing a neurotic group therapist in Ana Pacheco and Bryce Iwaschuck’s “Star of Therapy”. Last month I had the added pleasure of joining Bryce et. al. to record the soundtrack for the short film! Talk about my two worlds colliding! Just call me Double Trouble!

I can’t wait to see the finished product!

Something’s Wrong

It’s so exciting when a project enters the final phase of post-production! I played a world-weary waitress in SOMETHING’S WRONG, directed by Jerome Hof / cinematography by Leonardo Harim. Can’t wait to see the finished short!


 photo by Marc De Vinci

UBCP/ACTRA Awards 2018

I had the pleasure of attending the UBCP/ACTRA Awards on Dec. 8th, 2018 to connect and celebrate with my fellow actors. Always fun to have an excuse to wear some fancy pants! The trousers were purchased from Little Miss Vintage, and the super-fun fuzzy purple bolero from Bikadoroff Boutique.



If you have Crave TV, check out Paula’s performance as a surprisingly sexy receptionist in a scene with Richard Dreyfuss in episode 5 of “Hit The Road”.

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Paula Spurr’s award-winning performance as a lonely real estate agent in Michael Vidler’s “Mine” is now available to a much wider audience, both on DirecTV and Amazon Prime. This chilling thriller has also been picked up for distribution in theatres by Hewes Pictures.

“The performances are outstanding, particularly from the main antagonist who manages to come off as both deranged and sympathetic. She can easily pass for a mess and later as a charming and well-adjusted individual, yet we can still envision the madness within the cracks.”  -Enrico Wood, Oaxaca Film Fest’s Curator

Interesting audience feedback after watching “Mine” at the  WILDsound Writing and Film Festival.