Regina's Tatiana Maslany has added another award to her already impressive resume.

Maslany, who now lives in Toronto, won the Television Critics Association (TCA) award for Individual Achievement in Drama for her portrayal of Sarah Manning and numerous clones in BBC America's "Orphan Black" series.

It's a significant honour for the 27-year-old Saskatchewan born actress. Past winners of the award include Mad Men's Jon Hamm, Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, and James Gandolfini for his role in The Sopranos.

The TCA membership includes more than 220 professional TV critics and journalists from the United States and Canada.

With files from the Canadian Press.