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Mohawk Girls Series

Mohawk Girls is a comedic look at the lives of four modern-day women trying to stay true to their roots while they navigate sex, work, love, and the occasional throw down. This is life on the reserve like you’ve never seen it before – modern, tough, and funny. Depicting many of the same conflicts experienced by all Canadian cultures, Mohawk Girls highlights the struggle to find a balance between love, romance and identity on one hand, and preserving a culture on the other. Bailey wants to be the “perfect” Mohawk, but she’s ready to see what life beyond the “rez” feels like. Caitlin craves love from all the wrong men, including her absent dad and bad-boy boyfriend. Type-A Zoe is driven by the need to succeed while serving her community, but she’s got a secret, kinky, side to her. Anna, the newcomer to the “rez”, has a Mohawk father and a white mother and is having a hard time figuring out the rules in Kahnawake. It’s Sex and the City – Mohawk style!


Tracey Deer



Cynthia Knight, Tracey Deer, Adam Garnet Jones & Lienne Sawatski


Story By

Tracey Deer and Cynthia Knight



Catherine Bainbridge, Christina Fon

& Linda Ludwick


Executive Producers

Catherine Bainbridge, Christina Fon,

Linda Ludwick, Ernest Webb, Tracey Deer

& Cynthia Knight


Show Runner

Cynthia Knight



Simon Webb, Carl Freed, Nabil Mehchi,

Arthur Tarnowski & Rosella Tursi



Mario Sevigny


Director of Photography

Alfonso Maiorana


Production Designer 

Donna Noonan






Half-hour Dramatic Comedy series.


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The Cast

Jennifer PudavickJennifer Pudavick

Jenny Pudavick is a Métis actress from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She attended theUniversity of Winnipeg’s theatre program and has over 18 years of on-camera experience. Her most recent credits include a recurring role on Pinkertons, a lead role in 20th Century Fox’s feature Wrong Turn 4 and The Last Christmas, as well as a recurring role in the TV series Cashing In, and a principal role in Less Than Kind. Jenny is a regular acting coach and instructor for film and television at Armstrong Acting Studios in Toronto. Before acting became her full-time passion and career, Jenny was a Canadian National Team Rhythmic Gymnast. She competed all over North America and Europe, from age six to 18 and placed 3rd in the 1999 Pan American Games. Watch for Jenny in Paul Gross’ soon to be released feature film Hyena Road where she plays Mary opposite Alan Hawko (Jake Doyle of Republic of Doyle).

Brittany LeborgneBrittany LeBorgne

Brittany LeBorgne is from the Mohawk community of Kahnawake, on the south shore of Montreal, Quebec. Although Mohawk Girls is Brittany’s first lead role, she got her start at age 9, performing with Kahnawake’s Turtle Island Theatre Company, where she first worked with Mohawk Girls Creator and Director Tracey Deer. Some of the most memorable roles she played were Sandy in Grease, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, and Maria in The Sound Of Music. Brittany attended John Abbott College’s Theatre Workshop Program, and she also holds a B.A. in Journalism from Concordia University. Brittany got her start in the film and television world when she appeared in Discovery Channel’s Accident Investigator, and alongside Oscar-winner Melissa Leo in the 2008 film Frozen River. Brittany also works behind the camera as a director, on the upcoming Mohawk Princess Pictures produced Thunder Blanket, and APTN’s Dream Big and Working It Out Together III.

Heather WhiteHeather White

A self-proclaimed ‘hybrid’, Heather was born to a Mohawk mother and Stoney father. At 12 she joined Kahnawake’s Turtle Island Theatre Company where she first honed skills as an actor and singer – favourite roles include Mama Rose –Gypsy, Mame –Mame, Winnifred –Once Upon A Mattress and Chris Gorman –Rumors. After graduating from Concordia University with a specialization in Theatre Performance, Heather continued her acting training at the Centre for Indigenous Theatre where she worked on Muriel Miguel’s A Series of Savage Events, Alanis King’s Gegwah, and with playwright Tara Beagan developing her semi-autobiographical play. Heather hopes that her Mohawk Girls character, Caitlin, inspires young women to not only love themselves and understand their true worth, but also adopt a positive body image and help redefine society’s expectations of beauty.

Maika HarperMaika Harper

Maika Harper is an Inuit actress born in Frobisher Bay, Northwest Territories (currently known as Iqaluit, Nunavut). She moved away from home at the age of 14 and has continued to travel the world ever since. Maika studied Classical Acting in the BFA program at the University of Windsor and Acting for Film and Television under David Rotenberg at the Professional Actor’s Lab in Toronto. Her theater work includes Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls (Albert College) and Lucille Poncelet in Dead Man Walking (University of Windsor). Maika’s foray into television came when she was cast in the original pilot for Mohawk Girls in 2010. A natural on-camera, Maika reprised her role when the series was greenlit in 2013.

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