Aly Drummond

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Born (1971-09-24) September 24, 1971 (age 52)
CitizenshipBritish and Canadian
OccupationFilm Producer
Notable work
Heart, Baby (2018), Eagle and the Albatross (2020)
Partner(s)Katja Rudolph (2009-present)

Aly Drummond (born September 24, 1971) is a British/Canadian film producer and actor.

She is a producer of the films Heart, Baby![1] (2018) and Eagle and the Albatross[2] (2020), a partner at Round Room Productions, as well as an actor in feature films and theatre.

Early Life

Aly was born in Datchet, United Kingdom on September 24th, 1971. Her parents, Iain and Moya Drummond (n, also had a son, James Drummond, born in 1970.

In 1976 Iain Drummond moved the family to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to work as the General Manager of the Kuala Lumpur office for the British computer company, International Computers Limited. In Kuala Lumpur, Aly and James attended Highgate Hill British Army School with other expat children.

In 1980 Aly Drummond's father accepted a new post in Cairo, Egypt. At that time, Aly and James were sent to separate Boarding school in Edinburgh, Scotland. Aly spent her first year in Scotland at St George's School, Edinburgh, an independent school for girls. The following year she was moved to join her brother at Fettes College as one of the first female students[3][4] in Fettes Junior School.

Aly and James remained at Fettes until July 1987, during which time their parents moved from Cairo to Mumbai (1983), then to Abu Dhabi (1985), then to Toronto, Canada (1987).

In the summer of 1987 Aly and James joined their parents in Canada. Aly spent her last two years of high school at Branksome Hall, an independent boarding school for girls in Toronto.

During her school years, Aly was a member of the school choirs, directed plays, and acted in theatrical productions.

Multimedia Content & Film Producer

Early Career

Aly began her career in film and TV in 1989 with un-credited roles in Street Legal (Canadian TV series), War of the Worlds (1988 TV series), Popcorn, and other productions filmed in Toronto, Canada.

In 1990 Aly moved to Montreal, Quebec where she joined her friend Ken Cameron in the theatre program at McGill University. While an actor and director in Montreal, Aly also developed a love of theatrical Lighting designer and, in 1993, moved to Toronto to study at Ryerson Theatre School.

Shortly after her return to Toronto, Aly began volunteering at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre and creating lighting designs for productions around Toronto. In 1994 she dropped out of theatre school and worked at Buddies as a technician until 1995.

Technology and Multimedia Content

Having grown up with a father in the computer business, Aly was an early adopter of technology. She built her first website in 1997, an Amazon (company) affiliate bookstore and, in 1999, became Director of marketing at Toronto's Webkrew Inc., a digital marketing company with a focus on affiliate programs.

Aly met Angela Shelton in Los Angeles in 2005. Their collaboration in multimedia content production began with creating a website for the documentary, Searching for Angela Shelton which included E-commerce functionality and the ability to Streaming media the documentary over the Internet.

Aly Drummond and Angela Shelton collaborated on numerous multimedia projects, including the popular web series, Stirring Up Trouble (2008).

In 2015, Angela and Aly founded Round Room Productions and began production on the film Heart, Baby![5], which was released in 2018, starring Gbenga Akinnagbe and Jackson Rathbone.

In 2017, Round Room Productions began production on the film Eagle and the Albatross[6], which was released in 2020, starring Dan Lauria and Amber Liu (singer). Aly also performed the role of Tomcat in Eagle and the Albatross.

In 2020, Angela, Aly and Anderson Dixon founded Round Room Music, a recording studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Round Room Music was initially launched with a program that provided remote access to the recording studio and studio musicians during the COVID-19 pandemic.


  1. "Aly Drummond". Retrieved 2022-10-19.
  2. Eagle and the Albatross, retrieved 2022-10-19
  3. "Family for Life - Some Latest News... - Fettes College". Retrieved 2022-10-17.
  4. "First Girls at Fettes". issuu. Retrieved 2022-10-17.
  5. "Heart, Baby". Retrieved 2022-10-19.
  6. Eagle and the Albatross, retrieved 2022-10-19

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