Miki Wolf is a First Nations actor, dancer, and theatre-artist based out of the unceded territories of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Musqueam Nations (Vancouver, BC), and is of Indigenous, Japanese, and mixed-European heritage. Miki is a graduate of the Theatre Performance BFA program from Simon Fraser University.
Miki’s acting practice is from a Grotowski–based theatre approach, drawing recent artistic influence from their studies in Contact Improvisation at EDAM Contemporary Dance Company. Recent highlights of Miki’s artistic practice include: Creating the study guide for Kamloopa (by Kim Senklip-Harvey), being the dance-artist in residency for Boombox Vancouver in December 2019, and participating in Shortcuts 2020 as an actor. Miki is currently active in the Vancouver film and television industry, as well as developing and devising their own work for theatre.