Welcome to ACTRA

ACTRA represents over 27,000 professional performers across Canada working in the English-language recorded media sector. Our members help bring Canadian stories to life in film, television and digital media.


COVID-19 Updates

In this challenging and unprecedented time, it is important that our ACTRA family takes care of each other. This is why we created a dedicated webpage with COVID-19 updates for our members, including information on financial and well-being support resources.

2021 Federal Election

Canadians have spoken and we have a new federal government! Thank you to the ACTRA Members for taking part in our federal election campaign and helping to raise awareness about the key cultural issues affecting Canada’s screen-based industries.

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ACTRA has negotiated some of the strongest collective agreements for performers in the world covering film, TV, radio, digital media, animation, voice, videogame and commercial production.

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ACTRA Performers’ Rights Society (PRS) is the arm of ACTRA that collects and disburses use fees, royalties, residuals and all other forms of compensation or remuneration that performers may be entitled to as a result of their work.

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ACTRA members in good standing are eligible to receive various deals and discounts from a variety of retailers and services from across Canada.

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Interested in hiring a Professional ACTRA Performer for your commercial production but don’t know how much it will cost?

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ACTRA's 2021 Woman of the Year: Andrea Menard

Canadian performers are shining a spotlight on ACTRA member Andrea Menard by naming her this year’s ACTRA National Woman of the Year.


ACTRA National

625 Church Street, Suite 300
Toronto, ON M4Y 2G1

Phone: 416-489-1311
Toll Free: 1-800-387-3516

ACTRA National actra@actra.ca
ACTRA PRS prs@actra.ca
ACTRA RACS racs@actra.ca

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

ACTRA stands in solidarity with our Indigenous Members and communities

The tragic and devastating news about the recent discovery of the mass burial site near the Kamloops Indian Residential School containing the bodies of 215 children serves as a heartbreaking reminder and reconfirms how crucial it is for everyone to continue the journey towards truth and reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.