After a successful TIFF premiere, actress Tattiawna Jones brings a mix of physical attraction, attitude and supernatural powers to the fall television line-up
Toronto – November 29, 2011
As a rebel teenage daughter of parents played by Isabella Rossellini and Jason Patric, Tattiawna Jones stars in Guy Maddin’s latest film, Keyhole, which premiered on September 9, 2011 at the Toronto International Film Festival. In the film, Tattiawna joins the Pick family in Maddin’s chaotic and absurd world, following the odyssey of a gangster father, a drowned sister who has returned to life, a brother held hostage and an aimless journey from the back door of the house to the bedroom.
Following the TIFF premiere, Tattiawna switches gears and appears in the CBC family drama Heartland, playing the beautiful and confident cowgirl Kelly James. After the wife of handsome Heartland stable hand, Caleb, ditches him, he is on the rebound. Lo and behold, Kelly shows up at the ranch. Caleb falls for this woman who can hold her own and ride bucks like the rest of the guys. During an intimate encounter on the dance floor, some confessions, misunderstandings and false motives, Kelly punches him in the face. Can she believe that his attraction is genuine? Find out when the season premieres on CBC at 7:00 p.m. on September 18, 2011.
Keeping up with zesty themes of attraction, love and ulterior motives, Tattiawna just wrapped filming CBC’s Republic of Doyle playing Marie Booth, the every girl who has a good for nothing boyfriend owing her money. But, could she possibly be a new romantic prospect for Jake? Tattiawna stars alongside Allan Hawco, or Private Eye Jake Doyle, as he returns for a raucous second season of CBC’s Republic of Doyle, solving cases, dodging punches and chasing criminals through the hilly, colourful streets of seaside St. John’s. Viewers can tune in Wednesdays at 9 p.m. for Republic of Doyle Season 2.
Tattiawna Jones takes on another new and different character as Tanya Makin in GlobalTV’s police drama Rookie Blue. This time she is an innocent victim, stocked by a psychopath.
Last season on Rookie Blue, a group of police rookies hit the streets for the first time with their training officers and learned how to walk the thin blue line. Now, the training wheels are off; they’re more experienced and ready to kick some serious butt.
In contrast to her role as a victim, Tattiawna then stars in CTV’s Flashpoint, playing Winnie Camden, a dispatch at the Strategic Response Unit (SRU), an elite branch of tactical cops who specialize in high-risk critical incidents. Trained in tactics and psychology, they deal with extreme situations, where split-second decisions could save a life…or cost one. Season 4 returns September 19, 2011 on CTV.
Tattiawna can also be seen in the Flashpoint Training Day interactive game where the character leads new recruits through various parts of the experience, all from her desk at HQ.
When you think that Tattiawna has done it all, again she stars in Showcase’s Lost Girl, this time playing a water nymph named Chloe, who has the power to help people pass through a portal between the mortal world and the supernatural.
Tattiawna Jones has other credits to her name, including Breakout Kings and Connor Undercover. It’s a long way from home for Jones, who originally hails from Manitouwadge, Ontario, located five hours north of Thunder Bay.
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