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Jeff Parazzo

Jeff Parazzo, Canadian, actor,
Photo of Jeff Parazzo by Megan Vincent Photography

B: March 29, 1978 in Toronto, Ontario

Jeff Parazzo went to high school in Oakville where he first became interested in acting after appearing in various plays. After high school, he moved to Toronto where he found work performing in local theatre.

Features & TV Movies:
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Sugar (2004)
Late Fragment (2007)
Shoot ‘Em Up (2007)

Black Cadillacs (2011, short)
The Waiting Room (2015)
Celsius 486 (2015, short)
Alley Chats (2015, short)
Molly’s Game (2017)

March (2020, short)

TV Series – Cast:
Power Rangers Dino Thunder (2003)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Queer as Folk (2002)
Adventure Inc. (2002)
Power Rangers: Dino Thunder (voice, 2004)
Power Rangers: SPD (voice, 2005)
1-800-Missing (2006)
Samurai Girl (2008)

Flashpoint (2010)
Nikita (2011)
Degrassi (2011)
Suits (2011)
24 Hour Rental (2014)
12 Monkeys (2017)
Power Rangers: Ninja Steel (voice, 2018)

Private Eyes (2021)

Poster for the 2007 movie Late Fragment courtesy of Mongrel media
Poster for the 2007 movie Late Fragment courtesy of Mongrel media

Charles Hall

B: March 29 in Toronto, Ontario

Charles Hall developed an interest in writing while working as a script supervisor at several of the top commercial production houses in Toronto. He has won a number of awards for both stage and screen, including a 3rd place finish at the first Sci-Fi Screenplay Competition at the Slamdance Film Festival for The Cassini Effect. His 2004 film, Messengers, should not be confused with the 2006 movie, The Messengers which was shot in Canada and featured a large cast of Northernstars. His 2010 screenplay, A Sliver of Light, won Yale University’s annual writing competition.

Features & TV Movies:
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Sightlines (2002, short)
Messengers (2004)
Paper Angels (2008, short)
Pale Blessing (2008, short)
October Haze (2009, short)
Duff’s Desk (2009, short)

Baptizing a Drunk (VR-2010, short)
Airborne (2010, short)
War Paint (2011, short)
Reset (2011, short)
A Sliver of Light (2012, short)
Zipper (2012, short)
Sunday at the Reissmans’ (2013, short)
Ceramic Tango (2013, short)
Serpent’s Lullaby (2014, short)
Blue Monday (2016, short)
Fireflies (2017, short)
Moondance (2017, short)
Tybee (2018, short)
On The Other Side of the Wall (2019, short)
Radius (2019, short)
Alisei (2019, short)

Cherrywood (2020, short)
Malediction (2020, short)
Road to El Kef (2022, short)

Poster for the movie Pale Blessing
Poster for the movie Pale Blessing

Cam Cronin

Cam Cronin, actor,

B: March 28, 1972 in Vancouver, British Columbia

Cameron Cronin is a graduate of the University of British Columbia’s Acting program and is now the Administrator, Department of Theatre and Film at UBC’s Vancouver campus.

Features & TV Movies:
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Greener Fields (TV-1998)

Cabin by the Lake (TV-2000)
No More Monkeys Jumpin’ on the Bed (2000)
Jinnah – On Crime: Pizza 911 (TV-2002)
The Water Game (2002)
Final Destination 2 (2003)
Critical Assembly (TV-2003)
Premonition (TV-2004)
Mount Pleasant (2006)
American Venus (2007)
Little Girl Lost: The Delimar Vera Story (TV-2008)
Excited (2009)

Hitched for the Holidays (TV-2012)
Crimes of Mike Recket (2012)
The Dick Knost Show (2013)
The Good Mistress (TV-2014)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
The X Files (1996)
Night Man (1998)
Da Vinci’s Inquest (1999)

Beggars and Choosers (2000)
Stargate SG-1 (2000)
Level 9 (2000)
Seven Days (2001)
UC: Undercover (2001)
John Doe (2002)
Smallville (2002)
The Twilight Zone (2002)
Dead Like Me (2003)
The 4400 (2004)
Cold Squad (2000, 2004)
Psych (2009)
The Good Wife (2009)
Fringe (2009, 2010)

Supernatural (2011)

Nathan Fillion

Nathan Fillion, actor,

B: March 27, 1971 in Edmonton, Alberta

Nathan Fillion grew up wanting to be a teacher just like his mom and dad, but became interested in acting while still in school. He took classes at Edmonton`s Theatresports Workshops, and while appearing in that city`s famous Fringe Festival, he was spotted by an agent who offered to represent the young actor. At first he landed small roles, but in 1994 when he was in his early 20s, he accepted an offer to join the cast of the TV soap, One Life to Live and spent the next few years as Joey Buchanan. He is pictured above as Richard Castle, a bestselling crime-horror novelist who helps solve real crimes, in the ABC/CTV series, Castle.

Features & TV Movies:
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Ordeal in the Arctic (TV-1993)
Strange and Rich (1994)
Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Blast from the Past (1999)

Dracula 2000 (2000)
Water’s Edge (2003)
Outing Riley (2004)
Serenity (2005)
Slither (2006)
White Noise: The Light (2007)
Waitress (2007)
Trucker (2008)
Wonder Woman (voice, VR-2009)

Super (2010)
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights (voice, VR-2011)
Justice League: Doom (voice, VR-2012)
Much Ado About Nothing (2012)
Robot Chicken: DC Comics Special (voice, TV-2012)
Monsters University (voice, 2013)
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (voice, VR-2013)
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (2013)
Party Central (voice, 2014, short)
Robot Chicken: DC Comics Special II: Villains in Paradise (voice, TV-2014)
Guardians of the Galaxy (voice, 2014)
Cars (voice, 2017)
Henchmen (voice, 2017)
Yamasong: March of the Hollows (2017)
Nomis (2018)
The DEath of Superman (voice, 2018)
Night Hunter (2018)
Henchmen (voice, 2018)
Reign of the Supermen (voice, 2019)

The Suicide Squad (2021)

TV Series – Cast:
One Life to Live (1994-1997)
Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place (1998-2001)

Firefly (2002-2004)
Desperate Housewives (2007-2008)
Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog (2008, mini-series)
Castle (2009-2016)

Assassin Banana (voice, 2015, mini-series)
Con Man (2015-2017)
Big Mouth (voice, 2017-2022)
The Rookie (2018-)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
One Life to Live (1994, 2007)
Spin City (1996)
Maggie Winters (1998)
The Outer Limits (1999)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2003)
Miss Match (2003)
Pasadena (2005)
Justice League (voice, 2005, 2006)
Lost (2006, 2007)
Drive (2007)
Robot Chicken (voice, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2022)
PG Porn (2008)

The Venture Bros. (voice, 2010, 2018)
The Guild (2011)
Husbands (2011)
American Dad! (2012)
Neil’s Puppet Dreams (2012)
Community (2014, 2015)
Gravity Falls (voice, 2014, 2015)
The Big Bang Theory (2015)
Kroll Show (2015)
Drunk History (2015)
Modern Family (2016, 2017)
Santa Clarita Diet (2017, 2018)
Rick and Morty (voice, 2017)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2017)

Celebrity D&D (2020)
The Thrilling Adventure Hour: Livestream (2020
M.O.D.O.K (2021)
Resident Alien (voice, 2021, 2022)
The Recruit (2022)
The Rookie: Feds (2022, 2023)

Percy Jackson Sea of Monsters, movie poster

Laara Sadiq

Laara Sadiq, actress,
Laara Sadiq photo by Cate Cameron.

Laara Sadiq has been a professional actor since 1992. A graduate of UBC with a BFA in Acting, she works extensively in theatre, film, TV and voice-over across Canada. She is a two-time Jessie Richardson Theatre Award winner and multiple nominee. She has also been nominated for a Leo Award. Sadiq has volunteered with the Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter, served on the board of directors for the Jessie Richardson Society and Women in View, juried for the BC Arts Council, and actively lobbied on behalf of numerous cultural and political organizations over the years.

Features & TV Movies:
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Live Bait (1995)
Little Witch (voice, TV-1999)

They Nest (TV-2000)
Personally Yours (TV-2000)
Willard (2003)
Spook (2003)
Joe (voice, 2003)
The Invisible (2007)
Excited (2009)
2012 (2009)

The Dick Knost Show (2013)
The Stepchild (TV-2016)
Happily Ever After (2016)
Special Correspondents (2016)
The Breadwinner (voice, 2017)
Just Add Romance (TV-2019)

TV Series – Cast:
Dragon Ball Z (voice, 1996-1998)
Stargate SG-1 (1998-2000)

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (voice, 2012-2015)
Remedy (2014-2015)
Gabby Duran & the Unsittables (voice, 2019-)

TV Series – Guest Appearances:
Madison (1994)
The X Files (1997)
Poltergeist: The Legacy (1999)
Da Vinci’s Inquest (2001)
The Outer Limits (2002)
Dark Angel (2002)
Cold Squad (2002)
The Twilight Zone (2002)
Gadget and the Gadgetinis (voice, 2003)
Zoe Busiek: Wild Card (2004)
Dead Like Me (2004)
Kyle XY (2007)
Battlestar Galactica (2008)
Flashpoint (2009)

Fringe (2010)
Covert Affairs (2011)
Michael: Every Day (2011)
The Firm (2012)
King (2012)
Martha Speaks (2012)
Degrassi: The Next Generation (2012)
Cracked (2013)
The Listener (2013)
Heartland (2013, 2015, 2017)
Killjoys (2015)
Rogue (2015)
Hemlock Grove (2016)
Baroness Von Sketch Show (2016)
Private Eyes (2016)
The Strain (2016)
Eyewitness (2016)
Arrow (2017, 2018, 2019)
The Arrangement (2017)
The Crossing (2018)
Colony (2018)
The Murders (2018)
The InBetween (2019)
Molly of Denali (voice, 2019)

The Magicians (2020)
StarBeam (2020)

The Breadwinner, movie, poster,

Fletcher Markle

Fletcher Markle, film director,

B: March 27, 1921 in Winnipeg, Manitoba
D: May 23, 1991 in Pasadena, California

Fletcher Markle began his career in radio the late 1930s and early 1940s in Vancouver, British Columbia. He was part of a loosely knit group that included John Drainie, Lister Sinclair, Bernard Braden and Alan Young. With the outbreak of WWII in 1939, the group began to gravitate to Toronto. Fletcher became one of about 70 Canadian writers who wrote scripts for Andrew Allan’s Stage series on CBC radio, one of the major factors in CBC’s drama revolution. He also wrote for a weekly wartime drama series called Comrades in Arms. Markle moved on to New York City where, among other things, he contributed to the CBS radio anthology, Studio One, which he later brought to television. These are his credits as a Director.

Features & TV Movies:
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Jigsaw (1949)

Night Into Morning (1951)

The Incredible Journey (1963)

TV Series:
Studio One (1952-1953)
Life With Father (1953-1955)
Front Row Center (1955)

Thriller (1960)
Telescope (1963-1969)

The Incredible Journey
This poster for The Incredible Journey was scanned from an original in the Northernstars Collection,

Jud Tylor

Jud Tylor, actress,
Photo of Jud Tylor at the Canadian Screen Awards © 2013 by Ralph Lucas. Used with permission.

B: March 24, 1979 in Vancouver, British Columbia

Jud Tylor is pictured at the 2013 Canadian Screen Awards. She had been nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role or Guest Role in a Comedic Series for an episode of Good God.

Features & TV Movies:
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Y2K (TV-1999)

A Good Burn (2000)
Ice Angel (TV-2000)
My 5 Wives (2000)
Suddenly Naked (2001)
Titletown (TV-2003)
Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of ‘Three’s Company’ (TV-2003)
The Hot Karl II (VR-2003)
Home of Phobia (2004)
Dash for Cash (TV-2007)
What Love Is (2007)
7eventy 5ive (2007)
Charlie Wilson’s War (2007)

Carnal Innocence (TV-2011)
Beautiful People (TV-2012)
42 (2013)
Shoes! (2013, short)
Defending Santa (2013)
Love is Relative (TV-2014)
A Boy Called Po (2016)

The Perfect Party Planner (TV-2020)
Magic Max (2020)
Cult Cartel (2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Edgemont (2001)
The 70s Show (2005-2006)

Good God (2012)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Viper (1999)
The Fearing Mind (2000)
Seven Days (2001)
The Outer Limits (2001)
Andromeda (2001)
The Sausage Factory
Smallville (2002)
Just Cause(2003)
Dawson`s Creek (2003)
Black Sash (2003)
The Division (2003)
CSI: Miami (2005)
The Collector (2005)
What About Brian (2006)
Ghost Whispered (2006)
Two and a Half Men (2007)
Raising the Bar (2008)
Mad Men (2009)
The Forgotten (2009)
Cold Case (2010)
Chase (2010)
Franklin & Bash (2011)
Level Up (2012)
Studio 3 Hollywood Up Close (2013)
Perception (2013)
The Exes (2013)
The Mentalist (2014)
NCIS: Los Angeles (2014)
Supernatural (2014)
CSI: Vegas (2023)

Anick Lemay

Anick Lemay, actress,

B: March 23, 1969 in Thetford Mines, Québec

Anick Lemay in a publicity still from the movie, Cheech. Lemay is a graduate of the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Québec.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

L’Île de sable (1999)

La mystérieuse mademoiselle C. (2002)
Déformation personnelle (2003)
Le dernier tunnel (2004)
Maman Last Call (2005)
Le Survenant (2005)
Duo (2006)
Cheech (2006)

The High Cost of Living (2010)
Frisson des collines (2011)
L’histoire de Guy (2014, short)
Embrasse-moi comme tu m’aimes (2016)
La Face cachée du Baklava (2019)

TV Series – Cast:
4 et demi (1996)
Les bâtisseurs d’eau (1997)
Caserne 24 (1998)

Gypsies (2000)
Tribu.com (2001)
Hommes en quarantaine (2003)
François en série (2006-2007)

Mauvais Karma (2010-2012)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Les aventures tumultueuses de Jack Carter (2005)
Bienvenue aux Dames (2009)

11 Règles (2010)
Toi & Moi (2014)
L’Échappée (2016)

La face cachée du Baklava, movie, poster,

Marie-Ève Beauregard

Marie-Ève Beauregard, actress,

B: March 22, 1998 in Québec

Marie-Ève Beauregard began her acting career when she was just 6-years-old and was cast to appear in the short, Les adieux. She played the role of Chloé Olyphant-Dupire in 16 episodes of Toi & Moi between 2014 and 2016.

Features & TV Movies:
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Aurore (2005)
Les adieux (2006)
La capture (2006)
Super Phoenix (2006)
Serveuses demandées (2007)
Mr. Nobody (2007)
La lacheté (2007)

Monsieur Lazhar (2011)
Les Ferron (2015, short)
Fluffy Marky: Vol 1 (2016)
Fluffy Marky: Vol 2 (2017)
L’amour (2018)

L’Arracheuse de temps (2021)
Le Plongeur (2023)

TV Series – Cast:
Toi & Moi (2014-2015)
Alerte Amber (2019)

Makinium (2021-2022)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Remeurs (2006)
Les hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin (2006)
la classe de 5e (2009)

Trauma (2012)
District 31 (2016)
Clash (2018)
Marc-en-Peluche (2018)

Alertes (2021)

Marie-Ève Beauregard is represented by:
Agency Artistique Chantal David
6560 A, boulevard Saint-Laurent
Montréal, Québec
H2S 3C6
Tél: 514-337-2680
Email: chantal(at)chantaldavid.com

Monsieur Lazar, movie poster

Keanu Reeves

Keanu Reeves, actor, John Wick Chapter 4, image,
Photo of Keanu Reeves in John Wick: Chapter 4 courtesy of Lionsgate.

B: September 2, 1964 in Beirut, Lebanon

There are probably enough people living in North York, a suburb of Toronto, who claim to have seen, gone to Avondale High with, or been served in a restaurant by Keanu Reeves to fill the world’s largest cinema. Oddly enough the chances that he started out in Toronto are probably the same as the chances that he was conceived at all. His family history is a bit complicated. Keanu Reeves made his directorial debut with the film Man of Tai Chi, which screened at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. In August 2019 it was announced that a new Matrix movie was in the works at Warner Bros. In 2021 Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss reprised their roles as Neo and Trinity and Lana Wachowski wrote and directed the 2.5 hour Matrix – The Resurrections.

Also see: A Keanu Reeves biography.
Also see: Keanu Reeves Signature in Concrete.
Also see: Carrie-Anne Moss

Features & TV Movies:
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One Step Away (1985)
Letting Go (TV-1985)
Young Again (TV-1986)
Under the Influence (TV-1986)
Flying (1986)
Brotherhood of Justice (TV-1986)
Babes in Toyland (TV-1986)
Youngblood (1986)
Act of Vengence (TV-1986)
River’s Edge (1987)
The Prince of Pennsylvania (1988)
Permanent Record (1988)
The Night Before (1988)
Dangerous Liasons (1988)
Parenthood (1989)

Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1990)
I Love You to Death (1990)
Tune in Tomorrow (1990)
Providence (1991)
Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey (1991)
Point Break (1991)
My Own Private Idaho (1991)
Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1993)
Much Ado About Nothing (1993)
Little Buddha (1993)
Speed (1994)
Johnny Mnemonic (1995)
A Walk in the Clouds (1995)
Chain Reaction (1996)
Feeling Minnesota (1996)
The Last Time I Committed Suicide (1997)
The Devil’s Advocate (1997)
Me and Will (1998)
The Matrix (1999)

The Replacements (2000)
The Watcher (2000)
The Gift (2000)
Sweet November (2001)
Hardball (2001)
The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
The Animatrix: Kid’s Story (2003)
The Matrix Revolutions (2003)
Something’s Gotta Give (2003)
Thumbsucker (2004)
Constantine (2005)
A Scanner Darkly (2005)
The Lake House (2006)
Street Kings (2008)
The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008)
The Private Lives of Pippa Lee (2009)

Henry’s Crime (2010)
Generation Um… (2012)
47 Ronin (2013)
Man of Tai Chi (2013)
John Wick (2014)
Deep Web (narrator, 2015)
Knock, Knock (2015)
The Whole Truth (2015)
Daughter of God (2015)
The Neon Demon (2016)
The Bad Batch (2016)
John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)
To The Bone (2017)
Destination Wedding (2018)
Replicas (2019)
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (2019)
Toy Story 4 (voice, 2019)
Between Two Ferns: The Movie (2019)

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run (voice, 2020)
Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020)
The Matrix Resurrections (2021)
DC League of Super Pets (voice, 2022)
John Wick: Chapter 4 (2023)

Credits as a Director:
Man of Tai Chi (2013)

John Wick 3, movie, poster,

Bill and Ted Face The Music, movie, poster,

The Matrix Resurrections, movie, poster,

Ingrid Kavelaars

Ingrid Kavelaars, actress,

B: March 20, 1971 in London, Ontario

Ingrid Kavelaars moved to New York when she was 18 to attend The American Music and Dramatic Academy. She began acting in theatre in New York and Toronto and it was in Toronto that she made her television debut as a recurring character in the series Street Legal followed by her feature film debut in Dave Thomas’s Ghost Mom. In 1996, Kavelaars moved to Vancouver and landed a guest starring role in The Outer Limits within her first week in town. She appeared in 26 episodes of Whistler between 2006 and 2007.

Features & TV Movies:
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Ghost Mom (TV-1993)
Senior Trip (1995)
Specimen (1996)
A Call to Remember (TV-1997)
Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County (TV-1998)
Final Run (TV-1999)

Romantic Comedy 101 (TV-2001)
The Bed (2002)
Dreamctacher (2003)
Jinnah – On Crime: White Knight, Black Widow (2003)
Intern Academy (2003)
Insider Trading (2006, short)
Gooby (2008)

Harm’s Way (2010)
Bent (2012, short)
Lines (2014, short)
Mr. Miracle (TV-2014)

TV Series – Cast:
Code Name: Eternity (1999)
Jeremiah (2002-2004)
Whistler (2006-2007)

Living in Your Car (2010-2012)
XIII: The Series (2012)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Street legal (1992, 1993)
Class of ’96 (1993)
Lonesome Dove: The Series (1994)
Side Effects (1994)
Millennium (1997)
The Outer Limits (1997, 2001)
Viper (1998)
The Crow: Stairway to Heaven (1998)
First Wave (1998)
The Handler (2003)
Stargate SG-1 (2003, 2004)
This is Wonderland (2006)
ReGenesis (2006, 2007)
Murdoch Mysteries (2009)
V (2009)

Lost Girl (2012)
The Listener (2013)
Incorporated (2016)

John Cassini

John Cassini, actor,

B: September 2, in Toronto, Ontario

John Cassini pictured as Ronnie Delmonico in a still from the series, Intelligence. A lifetime member of the prestigious Actors Studio in New York and Los Angeles, Cassini splits his time between Vancouver and LA. He was nominated for a Best Actor Gemini for his work on Da Vinci’s Inquest. In addition to playing the lead role in Break A Leg, Cassini also produced and co-wrote the film. He recently won Best Actor at The Marco Island Film Festival. The film also won the Audience Award at the CineVegas Film Festival, Best Independent Feature at the Santa Fe Film Festival and opened the San Francisco Independent Film Festival. Cassini also directed and co-wrote the short Freedom Park.

Also see: Frank Cassini.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

The Girl from Mars (TV-1991)
Payoff (TV-1991)
Christmas on Division Street (TV-1991)
Cafe Romeo (1992)
North of Pittsburgh (1992)
Home Movie (1992)
Alive (1993)
Man’s Best Friend (1993)
Motorcycle Gang (TV-1994)
Seven (1995)
Point Dume (1995)
Dream Man (1995)
Female Perversions (1996)
White Tiger (1996)
For a Few Lousy Dollars (1996)
The Game (1997)
The Spree (TV-1998)
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)
The Falling (1998)

Chain of Fools (2000)
Get Carter (2000)
The Whole Shebang (2001)
A Shot in the Face (2001)
Casanova at Fifty (2003)
Love Object (2003)
Paycheck (2003)
Break a Leg (2003)
Catwomen (2004)
Window Theory (2004)
Intelligence (TV-2005)
Chaos (2006)
10.5: Apocalypse (TV-2006)
Love and Other Delemmas (2007)
Vice (2007)

The Traveler (2010)
Guido Superstar: The Rise of Guido (VR-2010)
Repeaters (2010)
Smoke Screen (TV-2010)
Obsession (TV-2011)
Hamlet (2011)
Hit ‘n Strum (2012)
The Possession (2012)
Crimes of Mike Recket (2012)
The Ties That Remain (2012, short)
The Resurrection of Tony Gitone (2012)
Three Days in Havana (2012)
Twist of Faith (TV-2013)
Fatal Performance (TV-2013)
The Dick Knost Show (2013)
Leap 4 Your Life (2013)
The Grim Sleeper (2014)
The Memory Book (TV-2014)
Reluctant Witness (TV-2015)
Not with His Wife (TV-2015)
Love By Chance (TV-2016)
Undercover Wife (TV-2016)
Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million (TV-2016)
Real Fiction (2016)
The Orchard (2016)
The Layover (2016)
In God I Trust (2017)
A Dog’s Way Home (2019)
Volition (2019)
True Fiction (2019)
Daughter (2019)

Broil (2020)
The Long Island Serial Killer: A Mother’s Hunt for Justice (TV-2021)
The Secret Lives of College Freshmen (TV-2021)
Hot in Love (2022)
Riceboy Sleeps (2022)

TV Series – Cast:
Traffic (2004, mini-series)
Kingdom Hospital (2004, mini-series)
10.5 (2004, mini-series)
Robson Arms (2005-2008)
Final Days of Planet Earth (2006, mini-series)
Northern Town (2006)
Dragon Boys (2006, mini-series)
Intelligence (2006-2007)

Continuum (2013-2014)
Blackstone (2013-2015)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Knightwatch (1988)
Wiseguy (1989)
Booker (1989, 1990)

Neon Rider (1990, 1991)
The Commish (1991)
The Adventures of Black Stallion (1991)
Lightening Force (1991)
Street Justice (1992)
Birdland (1994)
Diagnosis Murder (1994)
NYPD Blue (1994, 2000)
ER (1995)
Two (1997)
Mike Hammer, Private Eye (1997)
Profiler (1998)
Hyperion Bay (1998)
Brimstone (1998, 1999)

The Practice (2000)
The Fearing Mind (2000)
Some of My Best Friends (2001)
Emeril (2001)
Dark Angel (2001)
Wolf Lake (2002)
The Handler (2003)
Andromeda (2004)
Kingdom Hospital (2004)
Northern Town (2006)
Alice, I Think (2006)
Dragon Boys (2007)
Eleventh Hour (2008)

The Bridge (2010)
Fringe (2010)
Human Target (2011)
Shattered (2011)
The Chicago Code (2011)
Arrow (2012)
Continuum (2013, 2014)
Bates Motel (2014)
Motive (2015)
Van Helsing (2018, 2019)

Next (2020)
Tribal (2020, 2021)
The Imperfects (2022)

Volition, movie, poster

Riceboy Sleeps, movie, poster,

April Mullen

April Mullen

B: in Niagara Falls, Ontario

A mixed Anishinaabe director, actress, and producer, April Mullen studied at the prestigious Ryerson Theatre School in Toronto where she received a B.F.A. with Honours. She moved to the United Kingdom to train at the Royal Welsh College of Drama. She was nominated for Best Actress by the Young Artist Awards for her work in the made-for-TV movie, Cavedweller. She co-founded Wango Films in 2005, producing and directing the company’s first two feature films, Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Way of the Tosser and GravyTrain. Both films were theatrically released in Canada. Her 2020 feature Wander, was written by Tim Doiron and costars Aaron Eckhart and Tommy Lee Jones. We list her credits as a Director first.

Company website

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Way of the Tosser (2007)

Gravy Train (2010)
Dead Before Dawn 3D (2012)
88 (2015)
Farhope Tower (2015)
Below Her Mouth (2016)
Badsville (2016)

Wander (2020)
Simulant (2023)

TV Series – at least 1 episode of:
Killjoys (2015, 2016)
Aftermath (2016)
Bellevue (2017)
Wynonna Earp (2017, 2018)
Imposters (2018)
Lethal Weapon (2018)
Legends of Tomorrow (2018, 2019)
The Rookie (2019)
Ransom (2019)
The 100 (2019)

Tiny Pretty Things (2020)
Overlord and the Underwoods (2021)

Credits as a Producer:
Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Way of the Tosser (2007)

Gravy Train (2010)
Dead Before Dawn 3D (2012)
Making of Dead Before Dawn 3D (VR-2013, short, documentary)
88 (2015)
Farhope Tower (2015)

Wander (2020)

Credits as an Actor:
The Ladies Man (2000)
Cavedweller (TV-2004)
Suburban Madness (TV-2004)
Rose (TV-2005)
A History of Violence (2005)
Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Way of the Tosser (2007)

GravyTrain (2010)
Dead Before Dawn 3D (2012)
88 (2014)
Farhope Tower (2015)

TV Series – Cast:
Howie Do It (2009)

Good God (2012)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
1-800-Missing (2003)
72 Hours (2004)

Scare Tactics (2011)
Papillon (2011)

April Mullen is represented by:
Norbert Abrams
Noble Caplan Abrams
1260 Yonge Street
2nd Floor
Toronto, Ontario, M4T 1W6
Ph: 416-920-5385
Fax: 416-920-6343

Wander, movie, poster,

Simulant, movie, poster,

Gerald Auger

Gerald Auger, Indigenous Canadian actor,

B: March 20 in Wabasca, Alberta

Gerald Auger is a 1995 graduate of the Grande Prairie Regional College. He was discovered in the opening ceremonies of the 1995 Canada Winter Games and began his career on-camera in 1998. Some of his high-profile credits include a supporting role in the Steven Spielberg-produced Into the West; the ABC mini-series DreamKeaper, and a starring role alongside Adam Beach and Jason Priestley in CTV’s Luna: Spirit of the Whale. He is the founder of Black Eagle Entertainment; a production company geared towards increasing the awareness of First Nations people and dispelling stereotypes associated with the culturally rich community. In 2012 he wrote and produced the series The Ancients for Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. More recently, he played the role of Chief Wandering Spirit in the feature Bones of Crows. We list his credits as an actor.

Official website.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

My West (aka Gunslinger’s Revenge, 1998)

Lewis & Clark: The Journey West (2000)
How the Fiddle Flows (YV-2002)
Luna: Spirit of the Whale (TV-2007)

Fubar II (2010)
Higher Ground (VR-2011, short)
Bohemian Blood (2015, short)
Lost Face (2016, short)
Sisters of Sorrow (2019, short)
Wind Spirits (2019, short)

Bones of Crows (2022)

TV Series – Cast:
Dreamkeeper (2003, mini-series)
Into the West (2005, mini-series)

Lewis and Clark (2016, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Blackstone (2011)
Hell on Wheels (2011, 2012)
Strange Empire (2014)
Tin Star (2017)

The Secret History Of… (2020)

Bohemian Blood, movie poster

Mayko Nguyen

Mayko Nguyen, actress,

B: April 19, 1980 in Vancouver, BC

Mayko Nguyen grew up in Vancouver and before working on the feature Going the Distance she appeared in a number of short films including Great Expectations, Sophisticated Boom Boom, and Devitrified. She plays the role of Delle Seyah Kendry on the series Killjoys and Sarah Truong on the series Hudson & Rex.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Going the Distance (2004)
Lie With Me (2005)
Relative Chaos (TV-2006)
Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy (TV-2006)
Princess (TV-2008)
The Last New Year (2009)
U.S. Attorney (TV-2009)

This Movie is Broken (2010)
Borealis (TV-2012)
Stag (2013)
Rupture (2016)
Below Her Mouth (2016)
A Family Man (2016)
Buckout Road (2017)
Anon (2018)
Fahrenheit 451 (2018)

Simulant (2023)

TV Series – Cast:
ReGenesis (2004-2008)
Rent-a-Goalie (2006-2008)

Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures (2010)
Against the Wall (2011)
Rookie Blue (2011-2012)
Cracked (2013-2014)
Killjoys (2015-2019)
Hudson & Rex (2019-)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Zoe Busiek: Wild Card (2004)
Tilt (2005)
11 Cameras (2006)
Being Erica (2009, 2010)
The Listener (2009)

Good God (2012)
Continuum (2012)
The Firm (2012)
Motive (2013)
Working the Engels (2014)
Defiance (2015)
Slasher (2016)
Private Eyes (2016)
But I’m Chris Jericho! (2017)
Save Me (2017)
Begin Again (2019)

Simulant, movie, poster,

Liane Balaban

Liane Balaban, actress,
Photo of Liane Balaban © 2014 by Ralph Lucas. Used with permission.

B: June 24, 1980 in Toronto, Ontario

Liane Balaban’s career began when she appeared in A Divine Film. It was produced and directed by friends and she was offered a small role as a dead body. Her only other acting experience was in three short high school plays. Her 2002 film, Happy Here and Now was directed by Michael Almereyda who tracked Balaban down and offered her the starring role after seeing New Waterford Girl at the Sundance Film Festival. Balaban played the role of Natasha Petrovna in the Covert Affairs TV series. She is pictured at the 2014 Canadian Screen Awards.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

New Waterford Girl (1999)

Saint-Jude (2000)
After the Harvest (TV-2001)
World Traveler (2001)
Full (2001)
Happy Here and Now (2002)
The Annual Crafts & Arts Contest (2002)
Spliced (2002)
Seven Times Lucky (2004)
Eternal (2004)
Aniversary Present (TV-2005)
Schandfilm Zwei (aka Shamefilm Two, 2005, short)
Leo (2005)
Burnt Toast (TV-2005)
The Canadian Shield (2007)
Definitely, Maybe (2008)
One Week (2008)
Heartless Disappearance Into Labrador Seas (2008)
Last Chance Harvey (2008)
A Valentine Haircut (2008, short)
You Might as Well Live (2009)
Not Since You (2009)
Abroad (TV-2009)
The Trotsky (2009)

The Future is Now! (2010)
Maniac (2012)
Finding Joy (2013)
The Grand Seduction (2013)
The People Garden (2015)
Tour de Pharmacy (TV-2017)
Bickford Park (2017, short)
Meditation Park (2017)
Woman in Car (2019)

Lullaby (2021)
A Small Fortune (2021)
You Can Live Forever (2022)
Midnight at the Paradise (2022)
Lullaby (2022)

TV Series – Cast:
Above and Beyond (2005, mini-series)
St. Urbain’s Horseman (2007, mini-series)

Rouge Brésil (2013, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest Appearances:
The City (2000)
Numb3rs (2009)

NCIS: Los Angeles (2010) Covert Affairs (2010, 2014) Alphas (2011, 2012)
Supernatural (2012, 2013 )
Motive (2013)
Walter 100% (2013) Covert Affairs: Sights Unseen (2013) Played (2013)
Saving Hope (2014)
Rookie Blue (2014)
Republic of Doyle (2014) Man Seeking Woman (2016)

You Can Live Forever, movie, poster,

Gina Holden

Gina Holden, actress,

B: March 17, 1975 in Smithers, British Columbia

Gina Holden is best known for roles such as Coreen Fennel in Blood Ties, Shea Allen in Harper’s Island and for her role as Dale Arden in the 2007 series Flash Gordon, which starred fellow Northernstar, Eric Johnson.

Official website

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Roughing It (TV-2002)
Perfect Romance (TV-2004)
Fantastic Four (2005)
‘LTD.’ (2005)
Man About Town (2006)
Final Destination 3 (2006)
The Butterfly Effect 2 (2006)
Murder on Spec (TV-2006)
Code Name: The Cleaner (2007)
Aliens vs. Predator (2007)
Battle in Seattle (2007)
The Christmas Cottage (VR-2007)
Messages Deleted (2009)
Screamers: The Hunting VR-(2009)

Mysterious Island (2010)
Saw 3D (2010)
A Family Thanksgiving (TV-2010)
Dear Santa (TV-2011)
Sand Sharks (VR-2011)
Christmas Comes Home to Canaan (TV-2011)
How to Fall In Love (TV-2012)
The Philadelphia Experiment (TV-2012)
Sink Hole (2013)
Dracano (2013)
Avalanche Sharks (2013)
LA Apocalypse (2014)
The Exorcism of Molly Hartley (2015)
Dead Lines (2015, short)
Where’s My Baby? (TV-2016)
I Didn’t Kill My Sister (TV-2016)
Boy in the Attic (TV-2016)
Password Deals (2016, short)
Taken Heart (2017)
Bad Date Chronicles (TV-2017)
Cop and a Half: New Recruit (TV-2017)
Parent’s Nightmare (2018)
Christmas on Holly Lane (2018)
Stressed to Death (TV-2019)
Deadly Vengeance (2019)
Swipe Right, Run Left (TV-2019)

Fame at a Deadly Cost (TV-2020)
Assault on VA-33 (2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Da Vinci’s City Hall (2005-2006)
Blood Ties (2007-2008)
Flash Gordon (2007-2008)
Harper’s Island (2009)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
The L Word (2004, 2005)
The Dead Zone (2005)
Supernatural (2005)
Killer Instinct (2005)
Psych (2006)
Smallville (2008)
Flashpoint (2009)

Legend of the Seeker (2010)
Life Unexpected (2010)
R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour (2011, 2012)
Fringe (2012)
Suits (2012, 2013)
The Listener (2013)
Teen Wolf (2014)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2014)
Days of Our Lives (2015)

Saw 3D, movie poster

Ted Ludzik

Ted Ludzik, actor,

B: March 16, 1966 in Toronto, Ontario

Ted Ludzik is a Canadian actor, writer and game designer.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

TC 2000 (1993)
Critical Choices (TV-1996)
Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Families (TV-1998)

Bruiser (2000)
Jane Doe (TV-2001)
Bleacher Bums (TV-2002)
Interstate 60 (2002)
Owning Mahowny (2003)
Absolon (2003)
Thoughtcrimes (2003)
Redemption: The Stan Tookie Williams Story (TV-2004)
Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)
Our Fathers (TV-2005)
Land of the Dead (2005)
The Last Sect (2006)
Heartstopper (2006)
Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (2007)
Outlander (2007)
Saving God (2008)

Darken (2017)
Buffaloed (2019)

TV Series – Cast:
RoboCop: Prime Directives (2000, mini-series)
The Seán Cullen Show (2003)

24 Hour Rental (2014)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1995)
PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1997)
La Femme Nikita (1997)
SketchCom (1998)
Made in Canada (1998)
The Famous Jett Jackson (1999)
Screech Owls (2001)
A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001)
Tracker (2002)
Doc (2003)
Missing (2004)
Queer as Folk (2005)
Jeff Ltd. (2007)
M.V.P. (2008)
The Border (2008)
How to Be Indie (2009)

Warehouse 13 (2010, 2011, 2012)
Lost Girl (2011)
Hannibal (2014)
Hemlock Grove (2014)
Murdoch Mysteries (2015)
The Expanse (2015)
Reign (2016)
Rogue (2016)

Titans (2021)

Heartstopper, movie, poster,
Poster for Heartstopper courtesy of Peace Arch Films

Victor Garber

Victor Garber
This photo of Victor Garber was scanned from an autographed original in the Northernstars Collection.

B: March 16, 1949 in London, Ontario

Victor Garber was interested in acting from a very early age and was involved with children`s theatre at the age of 9. At 15 he became the youngest member of the University of Toronto’s Hart House troupe. At 18 he formed a folk band, The Sugar Shoppe which signed a recording contract with Capital Records, and enjoyed appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show and The Tonight Show. A chance visit by the band to the rock opera, Godspell in Los Angeles re-ignited his love of the stage. After the band broke up he returned to Toronto and joined Toronto Workshop Productions. Shortly after he landed the lead for the Toronto production of Godspell, film director, David Greene happened to attend the opening night and when he was hired to direct the film version he hired Garber to reprise his role of Jesus for the screen. He was nominated for Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Mini-series or a Movie for his role in Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, and Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for an appearance on an episode of Frasier. Garber played Canadian diplomat Ken Taylor in the Academy Award-winning film, Argo. He plays the role of Harry Svensson in the TV series Family Law.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Godspell (1973)

Private Sessions (TV-1985)
Roanoak (TV-1986)
Liberace: The Man Behind the Music (1988)

Light Sleeper (1991)
Grand Larceny (TV-1991)
The First Circle (TV-1991)
I’ll Never Get to Heaven (1992)
Life with Mickey (1993)
Dieppe (TV-1993)
Woman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story (TV-1993)
Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
Mixed Nuts (voice, 1994)
Exotica (1994)
Kleptomania (1995)
Jeffrey (1995)
Hostile Advances: The Kerry Ellison Story (TV-1996)
The First Wives Club (1996)
Titanic (1997)
Let Me Call You Sweetheart (TV-1997)
Cinderella (TV-1997)
Summer’s End (narrator, 1998)
How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998)
External Affair (TV-1999)
Invisible Child (TV-1999)
Annie (TV-1999)

Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows (TV-2001)
Legally Blonde (2001)
Call Me Claus (TV-2001)
The Wander Soul Murders (TV-2001)
The Impressionists (voice, TV-2001)
A Colder Kind of Death (TV-2001)
Torso: The Evelyn Dick Story (TV-2002)
Home Room (2002)
Tuck Everlasting (2002)
The Music Man (TV-2003)
Novel Reflections: The American Dream (Narrator, TV-2007, American Masters series)
Milk (2008)
Rex (TV-2009)
Green Lantern: First Flight (VR-2009)

The Town (2010)
You Again (2010)
Ice Quake (TV-2010)
Take Me Home (2011)
Kung Fu Panda 2 (voice, 2011)
William & Catherine: A Royal Romance (TV-2011)
The Entitled (2011)
Titanic 3D (2012)
The Guys Who Move Furniture (2012)
Argo (2012)
The Hunters (TV-2013)
I’ll Follow You Down (2013)
Big Game (2014)
Sicario (2015)
Consumed (2015)
Self/less (2015)
They Shall Not Perish: The Story of Near East Relief (narrator, 2016, documentary)
Rebel in the Rye (2017)
Vixen: The Movie (voice, TV-2017)
The Woman Who Loves Giraffes (voice, 2018, documentary)
Dark Waters (2019)

Funny Face (2020)
Happiest Season (2020)
Laura Ingalls Wilder: Prairie to Page (Narrator, TV-2020, American Masters series)
The Gettysburg Address (voice, 2021, documentary)

TV Series – Cast:
I Had Three Wives (1985)
The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd (1987)

Queen (1993, mini-series)
Liberty! The American Revolution (1997, mini-series)

Alias (2001-2006)
Justice (2006)
Eli Stone (2008-2009)
The Last Templar (2008, mini-series)
Everything She Ever Wanted (2009, mini-series)

Charlie’s Angels (2011)
Deception (2013)
The Slap (narrator, 2015)
The Flash (2015-2017)
Legends of Tomorrow (2016-2021)

Family Law (2021-)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
ABC Afterschool Specials (1974)

Tales from the Darkside (1985)
The Twilight Zone (1986)

I’ll Fly Away (1992)
The Powers That Be (1992)
E.N.G. (1991, 1992, 1993)
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1994)
Law & Order (1995)
Almost Perfect (1995)
F/X: The Series (1996)
The Outer Limits (1996, 2000)

Frasier (2000)
It`s All Relative (2003)
Will & Grace (2004)
ReGenesis (2007, 2008)
Ugly Betty (2007)
Web Therapy (2009, 2013, 2014, 2015)
Nurse Jackie (2009)
Glee (2009)

Murdoch Mysteries (2011)
SGU Stargate Universe (2011)
30 Rock (2011)
Law & Order: Los Angeles (2011)
Flashpoint (2011)
Republic of Doyle (2011, 2012, 2013)
The Firm (2012)
The Big C (2012)
Damages (2012)
The Good Wife (2014)
Sleepy Hollow (2014)
Louie (2014)
Working the Engels (2014)
Blue Bloods (2014)
Power (2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
Motive (2015)
Vixen (2015)
Difficult People (2017)
Supergirl (2017)
Arrow (2017)
The Orville (2017, 2019, 2022)
Spirit Riding Free (2018)
Tales of the City (2019)

Schitt’s Creek (2020)
Spirit Riding Free: Riding Academy (voice, 2020)
Power Book II: Ghost (2020, 2021)
The Simpsons (voice, 2021)

Sybil Adelman

Sybil Adelman, image, placeholder,

B: March 15, 1942 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Sybil Adelman Sage wrote for the television shows Northern Exposure, Maude and The New Dick Van Dyke Show, among others.

Official website.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

The Shape of Things (TV-1973)
Lily (TV-1974)

TV Series – at least 1 episode:
Mary Tyler Moore (1973)
The New Dick Van Dyke Show (1974)
The Bob Newhart Show (1974)
Maude (1974, 1975)
Barney Miller (1975)
All’s Fair (1976)
Alice (1977)

Magnum, P.I. (1985)
Spencer (1985)
Kate & Allie (1985)
Growing Pains (1985, 1987)
9 to 5 (1986, 1987)
Roomies (1987)
Mr. President (1988)
Anything But Love (1989)

Northern Exposure (1991)