Sheronna Osbourne is an award winning Canadian actress and filmmaker based in Toronto. As co- owner and Vice president of Crossfield House productions Osbourne has written, directed and starred in both theatre and film productions which have been selected for festivals throughout North America. Her most recent short film “Out of Order” that she co-directed, co-wrote and played the lead role in was recently awarded best actress, best short film and best editor at the 2022 Hamilton Black Film Festival. Osbourne has also produced content for major brands such as Sony Music, Wray & Nephew, and TD Bank. With a background in fashion business, Osbourne is a Costume Buyer for the IATSE film union, where her work can be seen on Netflix Original series Locke and Key, Grand Army Lifetimes Salt-N- Pepa and OWN networks The Kings of Napa. Currently Osbourne is developing a tv series with her writing team and is preparing a tour for her latest co-written and directed play “ Ninety Four” set to hit the road in the fall 2022.
Recognizing the importance of nurturing and supporting young talent, Osbourne has worked directly with youth through the Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program and the Forgiveness Project to give opportunities to young adults who wish to develop their skills in front and behind the camera as she continues to hone in on her own skill sets.