Lisa Durupt is a Canadian-born actress and television personality. Lisa Durupt is the founder of the ‘Tricities Film Studio’.
Table of Biography
Early Life and Childhood
Lisa Durupt was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and holds Canadian nationality. There is no exact date of birth and her age is not available. However, looking at her appearance, she seems to be a mid-thirty aged lady. Likewise, Lisa belongs to a Caucasian ethnic group and follows Christianity. Regarding her family background, there is no information about her parents given in the media. Likewise, there is no information about the name of her parents. Similarly, there is information about her being the only child of her parents.
Regarding her childhood, Lisa had a keen passion for ice hockey since childhood. Likewise, due to her passion for the athlete, she received an American University scholarship. However, she had to leave her athletic career due to an injury in the shoulder. Furthermore, regarding her educational background, Lisa is a graduate in Theatre and Drama from the University of Winnipeg. Additionally, she also has a diploma in Musical Theatre from the Canadian College of Performing Arts.
Likewise, Lisa made her debut in acting career since the year 2004. She played in the romantic movie ‘Shall We Dance?’ in which she played along with actors like Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, and Jennifer Lopez. Followed by this, Lisa played in the television series, ‘The Capture of the Green River Killer’. This series is about the Green River killer serial murder between 1982 and 1998 in which he played the role of wife. Similarly, she played in the Canadian comedy-drama series ‘Less Than Kind’ as the character Shandra. Moreover, Lisa was in nomination for the ‘Gemini Award 2010’ in the Best Individual Performance in a Comedy Program for the episode ‘Road Trip’.
Furthermore, about her movie’s appearance, Lisa played in movies like, ‘The Movie Out Here’ and ‘Breakthrough’. Likewise, she has done voice acting in the movie ‘Norm of the North: Keys to the Kingdom’ as Maria. Moreover, Lisa was again in nomination for ‘Leo Award 2015’ for Best Supporting Actress in for her role as Hillary in the Canadian comedy movie ‘Preggoland’. Lisa has been working with the ‘Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel’ since her acting in American/Canadian television film series ‘Murder, She Baked’.
Lisa has played the role as Andrea Todd in the episodes like ‘A Chocolate Chip Cookie Mystery’, ‘A Plum Pudding Mystery’, A Peach Cobbler Mystery’, ‘A Deadly Recipe’, and ‘Just Desserts’. Additionally, she has played in the Canadian family drama series ‘Heartland’ as Jen McMurphy. Likewise, Lisa has played in other Hallmark channel series like, ‘Garage Sale Mystery: A Case of Murder’, ‘Reunited at Christmas’, and ‘Chronicles Mysteries: Recovered’.
Lisa is an actress and her primary source of income is through her acting career. Likewise, according to various online sources, the stunning film star has a net worth of around $2 million.
Regarding her relationship status, Lisa is straight and in the marriage relations. She is married to her long-dated boyfriend Michael Lyons on 14th January 2018 in a private ceremony with their closest family and family members. Likewise, they welcomed a cute little daughter in the year 2019.
Body Measurement and Social Media
Lisa stands the height of 5 feet 3 inches (64 inches) tall and weighs around 53 kg (120 lbs). However, there is no information about her vital stats shared in the media. Looking at her physical appearance, Lisa has a slim body type with blonde hair and a beautiful pair of blue-colored eyes.
Reflecting on her social media presence, Lisa is active on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Lisa has over 4.1k followers in her @thelisadurupt account. Likewise, her Twitter handle is @thelisadisrupt and has over 2.2k followers in it since she joined in November 2011. Similarly, her Facebook account is @thelisadurupt and has over 2.1k followers in it. Furthermore, Lisa has also shared her email address for business inquiry and it is [email protected]