Sally cut her filmmaking
teeth in the bizarre world of professional wrestling as co-producer of
the Gemini-award winning documentary feature HITMAN HART,
wrestling with shadows (A&E, CTV, TVO, BBC, Arté)
and co-director of the follow up film The Life and Death of
Owen Hart (A&E, TVO, A-Channel).
More recently, Blake
shepherded Cat Ladies as
creative director and editor, and now she's the director and editor for
as well as executive producer on both projects and the lifestyle
Before Chocolate Box,
Blake directed and edited Offstage (LIFE), a
Guffmanesque peek inside the world of amateur theatre, and co-directed The
Disciples (CBC, NOS, DISCOVERY TIMES, Austria), a revealing
behind-the-scenes tale of power and profit in the world of Christian
rock ‘n’ roll. Blake also produced and directed the
comedic travel series Suite and Simple (CTV, FINE
Blake’s other producing credits include the 3 hour
series Machine Gun for the Discovery Channel in
Canada and the U.S., Neverendum Referendum, for CTV
and SRC, Half Asleep, Half Alive for Discovery, The
Right to Play for CBC and WTN, and Discovery Debates,
a two hour series special with host Jay Ingram.
In addition to television, Blake has written and produced
stories for CBC national radio and the Toronto Fringe Festival.
Sally Blake is 34 years old and lives in Toronto. Her
unrequited ambition is to land the role of a kung fu fighting Bond Girl
– a role she is hopelessly unqualified for.