Ingrid Hart was born and raised in Toronto, Canada to Afro-Jamaican parents. She began her career in front of the camera as a fashion model and later studied theatre at New York City’s American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Perhaps best known for her role on Global Television’s improvisational drama, Train 48, Hart has more than 20 years of acting experience and has appeared in films such as How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days and Saw IV and television series such as NBC’s Kojak and CBC’s Being Erica.
Hart is also Canada’s first certified teacher of the the Chubbuck Technique – an empowering approach to script analysis used by Emmy, Tony, Academy Award and Joey award winners worldwide. She has directly worked with actors represented in festivals such as the National Black Film Festival in Houston, Texas, the Alaska International Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival. In addition to her own private coaching practice, Ingrid teaches Camera Acting at Toronto Film School which is proudly ranked as the 8th best film school in the world.