Alberta Watson Net Worth

Alberta Watson Biography

17 Faith Susan Alberta Watson is well known better as Alberta Watson and was a tv and film celebrity of Canadian nationality, known best on her behalf part in the series 24. She after that collaborated with Colleen Murphy to generate the film Shoemaker which she acted and acquired a Genie nomination. She was created to mom Grace and after her loss of life, her bio and profession details have been broadly searched by enthusiasts and critics all over the world. Born in Toronto, Ontario, Alberta began employed in many theater productions before finally obtaining a part in Hamlet. She’s a height of 5 feet and 8 ins and a fairly demeanor which appealed to her enthusiasts. Her additional appearances include performing in Heartland, Nikita and The border ahead of her loss of life. She was created on the 6th of March, 1955 and she passed away on the 21st of March, 2015. She’s also made an appearance in Spanking the monkey, along with the 1995 film Hackers. She also portrayed the part of Risa in the 1997 film The Nice Hereafter. Alberta also graced the display by showing up as Madeline in La Femme Nikita. She performed the part for four months and was identified as having lymphoma in the show’s second season. Aside from this, she’s not been recognized to have had any additional affair or boyfriend. She also made an appearance as Erin Driscoll in the 4th time of year of the series 24, that was hugely favored by the audience. She after that obtained the part of Mitzi in In Compliment of Older Ladies and was nominated for a Genie award on her behalf role. Complications from tumor took the life of the versatile celebrity in March 21, 2015 at the Kensington Hospice located in Toronto. Her existence and its chronicles, resulted in the creation of a job of Alberta Green in the series 24. So far as the personal existence of the late actress is usually to be considered, it had been a well discussed affair. However the actual information concerning who he was and the way the romantic relationship started and finished is not much talked about. It’s been known that she got a husband, she have been wedded and that she divorced from him. She resided with her spouse in NJ and later on returned back again to Toronto after her divorce. Her disease was also filmed and cast in the series. Alberta got no kids and had no partner before her loss of life. She was also under no circumstances been speculated to have already been a lesbian or a bi-sexual and was right. Her dating details along with the intimate information when it comes to her affair, can’t be found. Alberta certainly won a whole lot of hearts because of her performing credits, but her net well worth and salary can be information which isn’t known about. Her 1st debut part was at the mere age group of 19 whereby she got the part in a CBC film Honor thy Father.

Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameAlberta Watson
Date Of BirthMarch 6, 1955
DiedMarch 21, 2015, Toronto, Canada
Height1.73 m
SpouseKen Sedgwick
ParentsAlbert Watson, Grace Watson
AwardsGemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role Dramatic Series, National Board of Review Award for Best Cast
NominationsGemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series, Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series, Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series, Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
MoviesSpanking the Monkey, The Sweet Hereafter, The Keep, Hackers, The Prince and Me, In Praise of Older Women, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Away from Her, A Lobster Tale, The Hitman, The Wild Dogs, The Lookout, White of the Eye, Tart, Growing Op, Some Things That Stay, The Soldier, Citizen Duane, The Art of Woo, Guilt by Association, Helen, I Am a Hotel, Jonathan Stone: Threat of Innocence, Deeply, After the Harvest, The Spine, Penguins Behind Bars, Dirty Tricks, Power Play, My Brother's Keeper, Desire, Seeds of Doubt, The Girl Next Door, Chasing Cain: Face, Vendetta: No Conscience, No Mercy, Giant Mine, Choice: The Henry Morgentaler Story, Shannon's Deal, Shoemaker
TV ShowsNikita, 24, Angela's Eyes, Show Me Yours, La Femme Nikita

Interesting Facts

1 Filming in Calgary, Alberta (Canada) [July 2010]
2 Filming CW's Nikita, TV series (Season 2) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [July 2011]
3 Grew up in Toronto with her mother Grace, a factory worker, and her brother.
4 Lived in New Jersey for eight years with her husband until they divorced and she then returned to Toronto.
5 Her name was the basis for the character Alberta Green, played by Tamara Tunie, on 24 (2001). Ironically, Watson joined the "24" cast for the show's fourth season.


1 Mona Lisa smile.


1 If I've learned anything in this career it's that you have to hold on to the wisdom you've earned and to use it in your work. I bring an authenticity and experience in my work now that only comes with age and time. [2010]
2 I have an entirely different career now than the one I began with at 16. And I wouldn't have it any other way. [2010]
3 If you want to be an actor, drop out of school and go be a hippie [said with straight-face as a crowd of Acting for Film and Television college students erupted in laughter, 2008]
4 You have more time when you have more money, but that doesn't always make it [the production] better. [In indies] you get to do it together, not just some CEOs counting shareholders. With low-budget films, people give 150 per cent because they don't have the money or time to waste, and there is a necessity to be creative in what casts and crews do. [2008]
5 Canadian actors are too frickin' humble compared to American actors, who generally have more avenues in the industry. We could use a little of their balls. They could use a little bit of our grace. [2008]
6 I had a voice suddenly. I was being heard. I was being listened to for the first time in my life and that felt good. [Remembering when she was an introverted teen and discovered theatre, 2008]
7 It's very different approaching work as a mature actress. There are fewer parts and the ones that are there, well, the producers still want you to look decades younger. The pressure on actresses to go to drastic ends to achieve a look of frozen youth has had some scary effects that I think we've all seen. All I can do is keep showing up and doing my best. [2010]
8 I don't want to be a Stick Girl and not eat, I don't want to have a lot of procedures. I want a rounded life. I love to work, it allows me my expression of how I perceive life and allows me to have a life. I get to play characters that are more dicey, have more spice, more edge. I don't have to be concerned if the character has a few pounds; I don't have to worry about make-up. That's not to say I don't have to battle with the physicality. But I couldn't do it in L.A. where I'd have to worry about [silicone/Botox] injections. [2001]
9 I tell you, I hate all the fuss; the make-up, the wardrobe, all that stuff. I just want to be there with whoever my acting partners are and try to achieve whatever it is we're supposed to. And the part that's really exciting is when you know that you've gone to that true place. Committing and responding to your partner; having the moment be truthful and also convey what the material is. Those moments are for me the joy of acting. [Describing what she loves most about being an actor, 2006]
10 [In response to 'How do you deal with bad writing?', 2006:] Truly, it's the hardest work. I mean, you have to try and conjure up a whole person when it's not on the page. It's very difficult. What I try and do is just be even more in the moment so that there are surprises and that at least the surprises will be real. And the surprises are at least fun to play and discover.
11 [In response to 'How do you deal with a bad actor?', 2006:] The only thing that makes a bad actor is when they're not giving. I'll try to do whatever I can to move them, surprise them, throw them. I'll use whatever I can to make something happen. Even if it's off-script or it's not emotionally called for, because at least there's going to be an emotional truth - even if you have to piss somebody off.
12 I have mixed feelings about a star system in Canada. I don't think I'd ever want to be a star. I like being a working actor. I live a nice life, I don't live in a huge house but my life is comfortable. I don't need to have a lot. What I would like to see in place of a star system is simply more production. I just want to see actors getting more opportunities. [2006]
13 I took it because it was a heck of a challenge. And I'm not a name with an image to protect. The subject was incest. It didn't scare me at all. I seized the character and made her something. She was a deeply disturbed woman with a roller coaster of emotions. Her son visits for the summer and she's laid up with a broken leg and things get out of hand. [About her portrayal of the mother in Spanking the Monkey (1994), a role that was turned down by several actresses]


All Alberta Watson pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2008 Career So Far Award Chlotrudis Awards
1997 NBR Award National Board of Review, USA Best Acting by an Ensemble The Sweet Hereafter (1997) Ian Holm

Caerthan Banks

Sarah Polley

Tom McCamus

Gabrielle Rose

Maury Chaykin

Stephanie Morgenstern

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2005 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series Choice: The Henry Morgentaler Story (2005)
2003 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series Chasing Cain: Face (2002)
2001 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series After the Harvest (2001)
1998 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series La Femme Nikita (1997)
1997 Genie Genie Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Shoemaker (1996)
1978 Etrog Canadian Film Awards Best Supporting Actress (Feature) In Praise of Older Women (1978)



Nikita 2011-2012 TV Series Senator Madeline Pierce
Heartland 2010 TV Series Sarah Craven
The Spine 2009 Short Mary Rutherford (voice)
Helen 2009 Dr. Sherman
The Border 2008 TV Series Minister Suzanne Fleischer
Growing Op 2008 Marilla
The Lookout 2007 Barbara Pratt
A Lobster Tale 2006 Martha Brewer
Angela's Eyes 2006 TV Series Lydia Anderson
Away from Her 2006 Dr. Fischer
Citizen Duane 2006 Bonnie Balfour
At the Hotel 2006 TV Series Camille
Murder in the Hamptons 2005 TV Movie Ted's Lawyer
24 2004-2005 TV Series Erin Driscoll
Choice: The Henry Morgentaler Story 2005 TV Movie Chava Rosenfarb-Morgentaler
Some Things That Stay 2004 Liz Anderson
Vendetta: No Conscience, No Mercy 2004 Anne Phelan
Show Me Yours 2004 TV Series Toni Bane
My Brother's Keeper 2004 Helen Woods
The Newsroom 2004 TV Series Susan
The Prince and Me 2004 Amy Morgan
Puppets Who Kill 2004 TV Series Judge
1-800-Missing 2003 TV Series Mrs. Mastriani
Penguins Behind Bars 2003 TV Short Babs (voice)
The Risen 2003 TV Movie Amanda Knowles
Chasing Cain: Face 2002 TV Movie Detective Denise McGoogan
The Wild Dogs 2002 Natalie
Guilt by Association 2002 TV Movie Angie
The Art of Woo 2001 Caterin Aucoin
Tart 2001 Lily Storm
After the Harvest 2001 TV Movie Amelia Gare
Chasing Cain 2001 Denise McGoogan
Hedwig and the Angry Inch 2001 Hansel's Mom
La Femme Nikita 1997-2001 TV Series Madeline / Madeline A.I.
Deeply 2000 Fiona
Desire 2000/I Simone
Soul Food 2000 TV Series Judge Olivia Delaney
The Life Before This 1999 Nita
The Girl Next Door 1998/II TV Movie Mary Bradley
Seeds of Doubt 1998 Jennifer Kingsley
The Sweet Hereafter 1997 Risa
Giant Mine 1996 TV Movie Peggy Witte
Sweet Angel Mine 1996 Megan
Shoemaker 1996 Anna
Gotti 1996 TV Movie Victoria Gotti
A Child Is Missing 1995 TV Movie Agent Lynette Graham
Hackers 1995 Lauren Murphy
The Outer Limits 1995 TV Series Lynda Tillman
What's His Face 1995 Short Woman
Jonathan Stone: Threat of Innocence 1994 TV Movie Deborah Walsh Bradford
Spanking the Monkey 1994 Susan Aibelli
Matrix 1993 TV Series Marie Sands
Relentless: Mind of a Killer 1993 TV Movie Ellen Giancola
Law & Order 1991-1992 TV Series Angela Brandt / Miss Hanley
Zebrahead 1992 Phyliss
The Hitman 1991 Christine De Vera
Grand 1990 TV Series Andrea
Island Son 1990 TV Series Nina Delaney
Street Legal 1987-1989 TV Series Maria Lopez / Mercedes Puentes
Shannon's Deal 1989 TV Movie Terry Lomax
The Equalizer 1985-1989 TV Series Taffy Gould / Carla Holden
Destiny to Order 1989 Thalia / Marla / Nicole
Red Earth, White Earth 1989 TV Movie
Buck James 1987-1988 TV Series Dr. Rebecca Meyer
White of the Eye 1987 Ann Mason
Women of Valor 1986 TV Movie Lt. Helen Prescott
Fortune Dane 1986 TV Series Amy Steiner
Kane & Abel 1985 TV Mini-Series Zofia Rosnovski
Murder in Space 1985 TV Movie Dominica Mastrelli
The Hitchhiker 1984 TV Series Jill Friedlander
Hill Street Blues 1984 TV Series Prostitute
Best Revenge 1984 Dinah
I Am a Hotel 1983 TV Short Suzanne
The Keep 1983 Eva Cuza
The Soldier 1982 Susan Goodman
Black Mirror 1981 Tina
Dirty Tricks 1981 Tony
Passengers 1980 TV Movie
War Brides 1980 TV Movie Norma
Day of Resurrection 1980 Litha (uncredited)
King of Kensington 1980 TV Series Mitzi
Stone Cold Dead 1979 Olivia Page
Exposure 1979 Short Barbara
In Praise of Older Women 1978 Mitzi
Power Play 1978 Donna (uncredited)


In Praise of Older Women 1978 performer: "Sailor's Song"


On Screen! 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
Open Mike with Mike Bullard 1998-2003 TV Series Herself

Archive Footage

A World War II Fairytale: The Making of Michael Mann's 'The Keep' 2017 Documentary post-production Herself
The Outer Limits 1995 TV Series Lynda Tillman

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