Angelica Lisk-Hann

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Angelica Lisk-Hann


Profile Details

  • Country:   Canada
  • Province/State:   Ontario
  • City:   Toronto
  • How do you Identify?:   Black female
  • Experience Level:   Established
  • Field of Work:   Fiction/Scripted, Drama Series, Narrative Film, and Commercials
  • Union:   ACTRA and SAG
  • Interested In:   Directing Film/Digital for Hire and Directing Music Videos/Commercials
  • Authorized to work in the USA?:   No
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Angelica Lisk-Hann is the first Black female stunt coordinator in Canada and the only one in the world to have coordinated on Commercial, Film and Network Television. Her mother,  Ann Lisk was a model of Dutch and Spanish decent, her father an African-American professional football player and her uncle a professional stock car and motorcycle racer. Angelica excelled at every sport imaginable as a child and teenager. Her mother fought to keep her in dance and modelling, but all Angelica wanted to do was beat boys at sports and get dirty.  She moved away from her small town of Trenton, Ontario when she was scouted by a track and field coach to move to Toronto and train for the Olympic’s. When in the big city, she was immediately drawn to the arts. After booking a few commercials, dancing in videos and small acting roles, as well as singing in the popular group Simply Majestic, Angelica was introduced to the world of stunts in 1997 by top Canadian Stunt coordinator Branko Racki while playing a hench woman in the movie Half Baked.

Angelica is now a full time stunt coordinator and action director.  She also won the very first CSA Award in 2020 for Best Stunt Coordination for Mary Kills People.