Originally from Saltspring Island, BC, award winning actor and playwright, Juno Rinaldi has collaborated on numerous theatrical productions across Canada.
Most recently, Rinaldi has had the pleasure of playing Frankie Coyne for 4 seasons on the hit CBC/NETFLIX series, Workin’ Moms.
Other credits include, WAYNE, Holly Hobbie, How to Buy a Baby, Girl in the Bunker, Degrassi: The Next Generation, The Killing, Arrow, Supernatural, Fringe, Robson Arms, These Arms of Mine and Psych. Her feature film credits include Life, Jennifer’s Body, The Tooth Fairy, The War Between Us and The Linda McCartney Story.
Rinaldi’s short film SUCH A SMALL THING, which she wrote, directed and starred in, is set to hit the festival circuit this fall.
This spring Juno was invited to host the 2019 International Program Competition at the prestigious Banff World Media Festival. There she had the pleasure of not only hosting the awards, but was also a featured guest at the International Rockie Awards Gala show proudly presenting the Award of Excellence to Paul Feig (Freaks and Geeks, Bridesmaids, Spy).
Earlier this year, Rinaldi optioned the novel, The Heaviness of Things that Float, by Jennifer Manuel, a celebrated B.C. writer and along with her writer husband (recent CFC Bell Media TV writing program grad), they are currently developing it into a series.