Marthe Bernard is a Canadian actress best known for her co-starring role as Tinny Doyle, teenaged spitfire and P.I. in training, in the television dramedy series Republic of Doyle.
It was her first major television role.
The daughter of renowned Newfoundland actor-comedians Andy Jones and Mary-Lynn Bernard, Marthe cut her teeth in the industry with her first role in 1998 when she was just a little girl in the acclaimed, award-winning NFB short film When Ponds Freeze Over.
Her next big role came as the title character and murdered girl in Mary Walsh's 2006 dark comic feature, Young Triffie's Been Made Away With.
No stranger to the stage, Marthe has also embraced theatre work in her young career, and played the role of Molly in Rabbittown Theatre/White Rooster's touring production of Sex, The Rules Of.