Tedde Moore

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Tedde Moore
Born
Dorothea Moore

(1947-04-11) April 11, 1947 (age 74)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
OccupationActress
Years active1959–present
Children4, including Noah Shebib
Websitehttps://www.teddemoore.com/home.html

Tedde Moore (born April 11, 1947) is a Canadian actress, perhaps best known as Miss Shields in the 1983 film A Christmas Story. She reprised her role in the 1994 film My Summer Story and is the only actor to have appeared in both films. She starred in the 2011 film Mistletoe Over Manhattan as Mrs. Claus.

Early life[edit]

Tedde Moore is the daughter of Darwina (née Faessler) and actor and educator Mavor Moore, the granddaughter of Canadian theatre figure Dora Mavor Moore, and the great-granddaughter of Scottish-born economist James Mavor.[1]

Career[edit]

Moore's film credits include Second Wind (1976), for which she won Best Supporting Actress at the Canadian Film Awards,[2][3] Murder by Decree (1979), Overnight (1985), Rolling Vengeance (1987) and Down the Road Again (2011).

Personal life[edit]

Moore and her life partner, filmmaker Donald Shebib,[4] have two children named Noah and Suzanna, along with Moore's daughter Zoë from an earlier relationship with actor Patrick Christopher Carter. Moore also raised an adopted daughter named Chaunce from the age of three.[5]

Zoë is a writer and Suzanna is a teacher, while Noah, better known as 40, is a music engineer, producer, and a frequent collaborator with the artist Drake.[5]

Moore has five grandchildren.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "OVO producer Noah '40' Shebib and his sister Suzanna empower youth through hip hop | CBC Radio".
  2. ^ Wise, Wyndam, ed. (2001). Take One's Essential Guide to Canadian Film. Toronto, Ont.: University of Toronto Press. p. 263.
  3. ^ "The Winners: The Canadian Film Awards 1976". Cinema Canada. Retrieved 21 December 2018.
  4. ^ "Tedde Moore Net Worth, Movies, Married, Children, Facts, Wiki-Bio". Bio Age Who. 10 July 2019. Retrieved 10 June 2020.
  5. ^ a b c Scott, Cece M. (8 November 2018). "Tedde Morre strongly rooted in Canadian theatre". Active Life. Retrieved 10 June 2020.

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