Tricia Collins

Tricia Collins is an American actor, director, writer, and producer. She was born in Vancouver, Canada. Tricia has appeared in several movies, plays, and television shows over the past 13 years in the part of writing and directing as well.

Some of her notable appearances include The 100 (2019), The Guard (2008), 8 Minutes Ahead (2017). She is involved in numerous writing, theatre workshops, and social works as well.

Name Tricia Collins
Gender Female
Height 5 Feet 6 Inches
Nationality Canadian
Profession Actress
Education Simon Fraser University

Tricia Collins Age, Wikipedia, And Height

Tricia Collins’ age is not updated as of now.

She has not opened about her early life and details publicly, which has overshadowed her personal life.

Similarly, the American actress is not available on Wikipedia yet, but she has a bio on IMDb.

Looking at her physical attributes, Tricia has a decent height of 5 feet and 6 inches.

Tricia Collins Boyfriend And Instagram

Tricia Collins has not mentioned anything about her boyfriend as she is busy with her work and career in the film industry.

Tricia does not have her account on Instagram yet. However, she has an account on Instagram for her company Perseverance Pictures where she has enriched more than 468 followers. 

10 Fun Facts On Tricia Collins

  1. Tricia Collins is 5 feet and 6 inches tall.
  2. She grew up in a working-class family in East Vancouver raised by her single mom.
  3. Tricia is a mixed-race Irish Chinese Guyanese.
  4. She attended the Simon Fraser University, British Columbia. She also studied Tibetan Dharma in Nepal.
  5. Her first professional acting role came in her final year of school, where she played a young prostitute named Hollow in Rare Earth Arias.
  6. Tricia was involved in thievery and drugs in her youth.
  7. She has been credited with 21 acting credits over the past 13 years.
  8. Tricia Collins officially started her acting career in the film industry with the 2006 television series The Dead Zone.
  9. Tricia is mentioned by the press in news articles from time to time for her craftsmanship in storytelling.
  10. She created script development programs for organizations such as the Union of BC Performers, Rogue’s West Acting School, and Access to Media Education Society.