Faly is a proud Malagasy/Chinese/Canadian, originally from Coquitlam, BC. As a queer mixed race creator, Faly is driven to tell scripted stories which showcase marginalized voices in a joyful way.
Ever since she can remember, Faly has been singing, playing pretend, and creating fantastical stories. Since graduating from the Randolph College for the Performing Arts in Toronto, she has performed in seven provinces across Canada and been nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award for individual performance. Some of her favourite theatre credits include The Dream Catchers at The Charlottetown Festival, playing the title role in Alice In Pantoland at Neptune Theatre, starring as Juno in Juno's Reward at the Grand Theatre.
Faly has a boundless curiosity for her work, and is constantly in class for comedy, acting, writing, and voice over. Some of her current studies include training in clown with Ken Hall, and in meisner with Playhouse Actor's North Studios. As the Program Associate for Write from the Hip with Nightwood theatre in 2021, Faly assisted in the dramaturgy of new plays for five female and non-binary writers. Outside of the professional realm, Faly volunteers as the Artistic Associate for a closed virtual arts community for artists and arts-lovers across Turtle Island from equity seeking groups, during which she has programmed, cast, and facilitated over 10 virtual play readings.
Faly constantly works all across Canada, and is currently splits her time between Halifax (NS), Vancouver (BC), and Toronto (ON). When not acting or writing, she can be found playing ukulele and baking far too much sourdough bread.