Meet Dayle McLeod
Dayle McLeod is an award-nominated Queer, Quad-Racial Canadian actress, folk-singer and Author devoted to exploring transitions between the physical world and the metaphysical sphere; she wants to know what is beyond, and is interested in the mediums that translate between these two spheres: art.
For her, art (music, theatre, dance, poetry) is the exercising of theological questions, and her ability to capture complex cosmic truth in simple, accessible ways is what moved this experimental, independent artist into the main stream.
Born and raised in Alliston, Ontario Canada (the Potato Growing Capitol of Canada) Dayle was the only mixed race girl in her school and found her place of belonging in the Church Choir and School Musicals.
She went on to Study Acting at Humber College, and shortly after began her professional acting career with a lead role in The CW's Critically Acclaimed show 'The L.A Complex'
Her career took a turn after her sudden and violent shamanic initiation that happened at 24 years old, and she began her music and writing career after that.
You Can read about her Terrifyingly Beautiful Shamanic Initiation in her Memoir ' The Big Dream',
which is essential reading for any creative looking to connect to the power of genius in their work, or anyone experimenting with Ayahuasca and other Psychedelics.You can see Dayle on Amazon's 'The Expanse', the CW's 'Burden of Truth', in Hey! DW's webseries 'That's My DJ! and on the CW's 'The L.a Complex'.
Dayle has a 13 Song Folk Album called 'In Bloom' that you can hear in the 'Music' Section of this website.
Dayle lives a nomadic lifestyle and bounces between Toronto, New York, Vancouver and Los Angeles with her pup, Mr. Peanut Butter. She loves to stay in touch with her readers through social media and her newsletter; sign up today!