Glenda Braganza is a Canadian actress best known for her role as Dr. Melanda Tolliver, a friend of Alex's and an ICU doctor at Hope Zion, in the supernatural medical drama television series Saving Hope.
Born in Halifax and raised in Ottawa, Glenda attended Concordia University and earned a BFA with a specialisation in Theatre Performance.
Glenda has performed on stages across Canada and was seen in Don Quixote, a co-production between Montreal's Centaur Theatre and Vancouver's Arts Club. She won the 2004 and 2010 Montreal English Critics' Circle Award for Best Actress.
Glenda is a founding member of Metachroma Theatre, a company dedicated to the normalisation of actors of colour on stage.
Glenda's film and television credits include the Gemini-nominated CTV movie Tripping Wire starring Clark Johnson; NBC's television special 10.5 Apocalypse with Kim Delaney; and the IFC series The Business.
Glenda was also seen as series regular Rani in the CBC sitcom Men with Brooms.
Glenda lives in Montreal with her husband Mike, with whom she enjoys an active lifestyle, as well as a passion for travel and the culinary arts.