Carmen Moore is an award winning performer and has had an extensive career in film, television and theatre for over 25 years.
When asked if she would consider hosting the LEO AWARDS she replied "Only if it’s virtual... I'm not funny enough to host a live show!" We all laughed, so she took the gig with an option for future live hosting consideration. Carmen is very excited to get all dressed up and celebrate our incredible community that she holds so close to her heart, while you watch from home in your sweat pants.
Among her many accomplishments, including 9 Nominations and 4 LEO AWARDS, Carmen was honored by UBCP/ACTRA with the Lorena Gale Woman of Distinction Award, for her contributions to the empowerment of women in the Vancouver film industry.
Michelle is delighted to return as the Goddess Voice from the back of the "virtual ballroom" for the 2021 LEO AWARDS. She sends deep admiration, appreciation and congratulations to all the nominees and award recipients.
Michelle has been doing voicework, reporting, hosting and producing media content in Canada for more than 40 years.
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