Gail began her acting career at an early age performing in multiple commercials and character roles for television. After graduating from John Abbott College and completing her Bachelors from Concordia University, she studied with Warren Robertson in Montreal.
Gail eventually landed her first lead role in the film, "The Pianist” with Maury Chaykin. The film was in the Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival which was reviewed by Tony Crawley as, "One of the Best Films at Cannes” and reviewed her acting as, “Infinite Credibility.”
The Pianist was chosen as 1 of 15 films which was selected from 168 entries from 39 countries to compete in The Official Competition at The Tokyo International Film Festival and was in Official Selection at the Toronto International Film Festival.
She studied in Los Angeles for several years and was chosen by Oprah to perform in her “Image Baby” promotional campaign. Gail then went on to continue her studies with Warren Robertson in Seattle. During that time, she also produced and acted in a play called “The Class” and was cast in the lead role in a film called "Fiji Islands, Days in Paradise" which won the Silver at the New York Festivals.
Gail then relocated to New York and performed comedy improv shows every Friday night for two years in a performance group called The Madrigals and studied with Colette Duvall at Creative Acting Company in Manhattan.
Gail now resides in Toronto and is a graduate of Ryerson University in film. She wrote, directed, produced and acted in a film entitled, “Life in a Fish Bowl” and is a graduate of Humber College in Comic Script Writing with David Flaherty where she was awarded a scholarship for her comedic feature film script.
Gail Travers is an actor and screenwriter who has appeared in a variety of theatrical and film projects. She is a member of ACTRA and SAG as well as a Canadian and U.S. citizen.