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Paulo Costanzo

Paulo Costanzo, actor,

B: September 21, 1978 in Brampton, Ontario

Paulo Costanzo began acting in high school, starring in the school’s production of West Side Story. He went on to appear on stage in productions of Bogeyman, and The Good Doctor. He had some TV experience before landing a role in his first feature, the DreamWorks hit, Road Trip. He went on to star opposite Josh Hartnett in 40 Days and 40 Nights for Miramax and co-starred with Alicia Silverstone and Woody Harrelson in the independent project, Scorched. He now makes his home in Los Angeles. Costanzo played the role of Michael Tribbiana on the sitcom, Joey. He played the role of Evan Lawson on 104 episodes of Royal Pains between 2009 and 2016. He plays the role of Lyor Boone on Designated Survivor.

Features & TV Movies:
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Rescuers: Stories of Courage (TV-1997)
My Date with the President’s Daughter (TV-1998)

Road Trip (2000)
Josie and the Pussycats (2001)
Gypsy 83 (2001)
40 Days and 40 Nights (2002)
Scorched (2002)
A Problem with Fear (2003)
The Tao of Pong (2004)
Dr. Dolittle (VR-2006)
Everything’s Gone Green (2006)
The Day the Dead Weren’t Dead (2008)
The More things Change (TV-2008)
Splinter (2009)
Old Dogs (2009)

A Beginner’s Guide to Endings (2010)
Bashert (2010, short)
How to Be a Man (2013)

That Burning Feeling (2013)
Laboratory Conditions (2017, short)
Eve (2018, short)

Daft State (2022)

TV Series – Cast:
Animorphs (1998)
Joey (2004-2006)
Royal Pains (2009-2016)

The Night Of… (2016, mini-series)
Designated Survivor (2017-2018)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Ready or Not (1997)
Seasons of Love (1999)

Sketchy (2012)
Criminal Minds (2014)
The Expanse (2015, 2016)
The Good Fight (2017)
FBI (2019

Upload (2020)

Everything's Gone Green, movie, poster,

Allan Hawco

Allan Hawco
Photo of Allan Hawco © 2013 by Ralph Lucas. Used with permission.

B: 1977 in Goulds, Newfoundland

Allan Hawco is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada.He has starred in some of the most interesting and acclaimed of recent television dramas including ZOS: Zone of Separation, an eight-part series about the life and death struggle to enforce a United Nations-brokered ceasefire in a middle European country, as well as the political thrillers H2O (CBC, 2004) and its sequel Trojan Horse (CBC, 2007). In 2005, Hawco co-founded The Company Theatre and starred in its inaugural production of Tom Murphy’s Whistle in the Dark which met with rave reviews. The Toronto Star called it “the most muscular piece of theatre we’ve seen in Toronto in some time.” Allan Hawco played Jake Doyle on the hit CBC series Republic of Doyle. In September 2021 it was announced that he would be joining the cast for season 2 of the Netflix series, Another Life playing a character named Gabriel. Gabriel is everything humans could ever want from their artificial intelligence helpers: professional, strives for perfection, and obedient, almost to a fault. But, as Netflix let us know, “Gabriel’s beatific smile belies his deep resentment towards his life of servitude.”

Features & TV Movies:
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When Ponds Freeze Over (1998)
Apartment Story (TV-2002)
Making Love in St. Pierre (2004)
Wilby Wonderful (voice, 2004)
Snapshots for Henry (2006)
The Secret Miracle (TV-2006)
The Third Eye (2007)
Closing the Ring (2007)
Love & Savagery (2009)

Hyena Road (2015)
Weirdos (2016)

The Child Remains (2016)

TV Series – Cast:
H2O (2004, mini-series)
Above and Beyond (2006, mini-series)
ZOS: Zone of Separation (2008, mini-series)
The Trojan Horse (2008, mini-series)

Republic of Doyle (2010-2014)
The Book of Negroes (2014, mini-series)
Caught (2018, mini-series)
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (2019)

Another Life (2021-)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (2003)
Mutant X (2003)
The Eleventh Hour (2003)
Bliss (2004)

Murdoch Mysteries (2013)
Frontier (2016)

Allan Hawco, Another Life, movie, poster,
Poster courtesy of Netflix

Sylvia Stewart

Sylvia Stewart, actress,
Photo of Sylvia Stewart by Laurenece Labat. Used with permission.

B: September 17, 1971 in Chambly, Québec

Sylvia Stewart got her start doing stunts on TV series like, Soldier of Fortune, and Inc. Even after her career as an actor started, she continued to do stunt work. She finds it easy to do physical stunts because of her background as a gymnast.

Features & TV Movies:
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The Red Violin (1998)
The Bone Collector (TV-1999)

The Courage to Love (TV-2000)
The Art of War (2000)
The Rendering (2002)
Aftermath (2002)
Deception (VR-2003)
See Jane Date (TV-2003)
Timeline (2003)
Deception (VR-2006)
A Near Death Experience (TV-2008)
Bar Code (2008)
Voices (TV-2008)

Warm Bodies (2013)
The Young and Prodigious Spivet (2013)
James (2014, short)
Her Perspective (2014, short)
Aphtanan: Love at First Sight (VR-2014, short)
Madame Hollywood (2016)
Race (2016)
Brace for Impact (TV-2016)

Moment One (2020)
My Salinger Year (2020)
The United States vs. Billie Holiday (2021)
Moment One (2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Live Through This (2000)
Dice (2001, mini-series)
Bliss (2002)

Ascension (2014, mini-series)
Unité 9 (2014-2015)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Big Wolf on Campus (1999)

Bliss (2002)
Perfect Disaster (2006)

Les Simone (2018)
En tout cas (2019)
Deadly Secrets (2019)

November 2021 Film Festivals

November 2021 Film Festivals, image,

NOTE: (March 31, 2021) Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many film festivals have postponed their schedules. The links we provide will take you to each festival’s website where they will have updated information about their plans and schedules. *** Indicates last year’s information.

Also see festivals in: JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctober – November – December

Don’t see your festival listed? Email news(at)northernstars.ca to send us your information.

Starts: Ends:   Location:
27/10 06/11 Raindance Film Festival London, England
26/10 02/11 Cinéfranco Toronto, ON leaf
28/10 07/11 Rendezvous with Madness Film Festival Toronto, ON leaf
30/10 07/11 Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival Banff, AB leaf
30/10 07/11 International Vegan Film Festival Ottawa, ON leaf
01/11 08/11 International Diaspora Film Festival *** Toronto, ON leaf
03/11 07/11 Open World Toronto Film Festival Toronto, ON leaf
03/11 14/11 American Black Film Festival Miami Beach, Florida
03/11 18/11 Leeds International Film Festival Leeds, England
04/11 14/11 Vancouver Asian Film Festival Vancouver, BC leaf
06/11 12/11 Silver Wave Film Fest Fredericton, NB leaf
07/11 21/11 Boston Jewish Film Festival (Virtual) West Newton, MA
10/11 19/11 Reel Asian Int’l Film Festival Toronto, ON leaf
10/11 21/11 Montreal Int’l Documentary Festival Montréal, QC leaf
11/11 14/11 Rockport Film Festival Rockport, Texas
11/11 15/11 Pomegranate Film Festival *** Toronto, ON leaf
12/11 20/11 39th Festival du Film d’Amiens Amiens, France
12/11 22/11 Chicago Int’l Children’s Film Festival *** Chicago, Illinois
13/11 29/11 European Union Film Festival *** Ottawa, ON leaf
13/11 29/11 European Union Film Festival *** Toronto, ON leaf
17/11 28/11 International Documentary Festival Amsterdam
18/11 23/11 Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival Toronto, ON leaf
18/11 25/11 Cambridge Film Festival Cambridge, England
19/11 21/11 The Chilliwack Independent Film Festival Chilliwack, BCleaf
25/11 02/12 Regent Park Film Festival Toronto, ON leaf

Brad Peyton

B: September 16, 1980 in Gander, Newfoundland

Brad Peyton is renowned for his work as a claymation animator during a stint at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that included the 2005 series, What It’s Like Being Alone. Brad Peyton was the man behind the camera for Warner Bros. sci-fi film Rampage in which Dwayne Johnson stars as primatologist Davis Okoye, a man who keeps people at a distance but shares an unshakable bond with George, the extraordinarily intelligent, incredibly rare albino silverback gorilla. Naomie Harris and Malin Akerman costarrded and the music was composed by Ontario-born Andrew Lockington. We list his credits as a Director.

Also see: Brad Peyton recipient of The Canadian Film Centre Award for Creative Excellence.

Features & TV Movies:
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Ted (2001, short)
Full (2001, short)
Beyond the Fields (2001, short)
Evelyn: The Cutest Evil Dead Girl (2002, short)
A Tale of Bad Luck (2004, short)
Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008)

Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010)
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2011)
Incarnate (2015)
San Andreas (2015)
Rampage (2018)

TV Series – at least 1 episode of:
What It’s Like Being Alone (2005)

Republic of Doyle (2013)
Frontier (2016)

Albedo (2020, mini-series)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
Full (2001, short)
Evelyn: The Cutest Evil Dead Girl (2002, short)
A Tale of Bad Luck (2004, short)

Pirate’s Passage (TV-2015)

TV Series:
What It’s Like Being Alone (2005)
Dr. Dimensionpants (2014-2015)
Daybreak (2019)

Rampage, movie, poster,

Justin Chatwin

Justin Chatwin, actor,
Justin Chatwin in a publicity photo for Dr. Who courtesy of BBC America.

B: October 31, 1982 in Nanaimo, British Columbia

Justin Chatwin ended up being an actor by accident. He was 18 years old when a friend dared him to join him on an audition. He fell in love with acting, landed an agent and started working almost immediately. He first gained recognition for his starring role in the USA miniseries, Traffic directed by Stephen Hopkins. Based on his performance, Newsweek magazine called him an “Actor to Watch.” He also costarred with Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke in the thriller, Taking Lives. He played the role of Jimmy on the TV series Shameless. Justin Chatwin plays the role of Erik Wallace on the Netflix series Another Life.

Features & TV Movies:
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Josie and the Pussycats (2001)
The Incredible Mrs. Ritchie (TV-2003)
Taking Lives (2004)
SuperBabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004)
The Chumscrubber (2005)
War of the Worlds (2005)
The Invisible (2006)
Middle of Nowhere (2008)
Dragonball: Evolution (2009)
The Pornographer’s Poem (2009)

Funkytown (2010)
Brink (2011, short)
The Cycle (2014, short)
Bang Bang Baby (2014)
One Night (2015)
No Stranger Than Love (2015)
Breed (TV-2015)
Doin’ Wrong with You (2016, short)
Poor Boy (2016)
Urge (2016)
Unleashed (2016)
CHIPS (2017)
The Scent of Rain & Lightning (2017)
We Don’t Belong Here (2017)
Doomsday (TV-2017)
In the Cloud (2018)
The Assassin’s Code (2018)
Summer Night (2019)

TV Series – Cast:
Christy, Choices of the Heart, Part I: A Change of Seasons (2001, mini-series)
Christy, Choices of the Heart, Part II: A New Beginning (2001, mini-series)
Taken (2002, mini-series)
Traffic (2004, mini-series)

Shameless (2011-2015)
American Gothic (2016)
Another Life (2019-)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Mysterious Ways (2001)
Glory Days (2002)
Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction (2002)
Night Visions (2002)
Just Cause (2002)
Smallville (2001, 2003)
Weeds (2005, 2012)
Lost (2006)

The Listener (2013)
Orphan Black (2015)
Doctor Who (2016)

No Stranger Than Love, movie, poster,

Allan Hawco, Another Life, movie, poster,
Poster courtesy of Netflix

Tim Burd

Tim Burd, actor,

B: September 17, 1955 in Sudbury, Ontario

Tim Burd works both on-camera and behind the scenes as a member of the Art Department, specifically working on props. We list his credits as an actor.

Official website for Tim Burd

Features & TV Movies:
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Chairman of the Board (TV-1980)
Murder by Phone (1982)
Emergency Room (TV-1983)
City of Shadows (1986)
Dreams Beyond Memory (1987)
Prettykill (1987)
Drop-Out Mother (TV-1988)
Murder One (1988)
The Diary of Evelyn Lau (TV-1993)
Heart of a Child (TV-1994)
Snow Falling on Cedars (1999)

The Spreading Ground (2000)
Harlan County War (TV-2000)
Quints (TV-2000)
Glitter (2001)
Deacons for Defense (TV-2003)
DC 9/11: Time of Crisis (TV-2003)
Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)
Perfect Strangers (TV-2004)
Anonymous Rex (TV-2004)
Looking for Angelina (2005)
Cinderella Man (2005)
Saw II (2005)
Saw III (2006)
Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008)
Saw V (2008)

Stingy Jack (2010)
Septic Man (2013)
The Hexecutioners (2015)
The Jar In My Picnic Basket (2019, short)

TV Series – Cast:
Sidestreet (1975-1978)

Top Cops (1990)

TV Series – Gust appearances:
The Edison Twins (1984)
Night Heat (1985, 1987)
Friday the 13th (1989)

The Hitchhiker (1990)
The Commish (1991)
Family Passions (1993)
Cobra (1993)
TekWar (1995)
Dead Man`s Gun (1997)
Twice in a Lifetime (1999)

Monk (2002)
72 Hours (2003)
Mutant X (2004)
Sue Thomas F.B.Eye (2004)
Blue Murder (2004)
Missing (2004)
Tilt (2005)
Kojak (2005)
This is Wonderland (2005, 2006)

Movie poster for the 2005 film, Looking for Angelina
Movie poster for the 2005 film, Looking for Angelina

Alex Rice

Alexandra Rice, actress,

B: September 16, 1972 in Kahnawake Reserve, Québec

Alexandrea Kawisenhawe Rice was born on the Kahnawake reserve just outside of Montréal but grew up in Brooklyn, New York among a community of Mohawk ironworkers, where she trained to become a professional dancer. She played Sue Clearwater in three Twilight Saga movies.

Official website

Features & TV Movies:
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Chasing Indigo (2000)
The Doe Boy (2001)
The War Bride (2001)
Thunderbird (2001)
Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West (2002)
Skinwalkers (TV-2002)
On the Corner (2003)
Coyote Waits (TV-2003)
A Thief of Time (TV-2004)
Johnny Tootall (TV-2005)
A Thousand Roads (2005, short)
The New World (2005)
Juliana and the Medicine Fish (2007, short)
Given to Walk (2009, short)

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)
The Twlight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 (2011)
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (2012)
Rustic Oracle (2019)

Run Woman Run (2021)
Spirit Water (announced)

TV Series – Cast:
Dreamkeeper (2003, mini-series)
Wonderfalls (2004)
Indian Summer: The Oka Crisis (2006, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Spin City (2000)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000)
Strong Medicine (2002)
The Sopranos (2002)
Skinwalkers: The Navajo Mysteries (2002)
Wonderfalls 2004)

Jennifer Tilly

Jennifer Tilly, actress,
This cropped image was scanned from an original autographed photo in the Northernstars Collection

B: September 16, 1958 in Harbor City, California

Jennifer Tilly started out in life as Jennifer Ellen Chan, the daughter of Harry Chan, a Chinese stockbroker, and Patrica, a schoolteacher. Her parents divorced when she was 6. When her mom remarried, she took Jennifer, her 3 siblings, and her 3 stepsiblings to British Columbia. Tilly is known for being the voice of Bonnie Swanson on the series Family Guy since 1999. Tilly plays the role of Tiffany Valentine, Chucky’s lover and partner in crime on the series Chucky. The image of Jennifer Tilly is cropped from an original autographed photo in The Northernstars Collection.

Also see Meg Tilly.

Features & TV Movies:
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No Small Affair (1984)
Moving Violations (1985)
Inside Out (1986)
Remote Control (1987)
He’s My Girl (1987)
Rented Lips (1988)
Johnny Be Good (1988)
High Spirits (1988)
Let It Ride (1989)
Far From Home (1989)
The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989)

Scorchers (1991)
The Doors (1991)
Shadow of the Wolf (1992)
The Webbers (1993)
Heads (TV-1993)
Body Snatchers (1993)
Made in America (1993)
Embrace of the Vampire (1994)
Double Cross (1994)
Bullets Over Broadway (1994)
The Getaway (1994)
Man With a Gun (1996)
Edie & Pen (1996)
Bound (1996)
Bird of Prey (1996)
The Pompatus of Love (1996)
House Arrest (1996)
American Strays (1996)
Liar Liar (1997)
The Wrong Guy (1997)
Bride of Chucky (voice, 1998)
Relax…It’s Just Sex (1998)
Hoods (1998)
Music From Another Room (1998)
Goosed (1999)
Do Not Disturb (1999)
The Muse (1999)
Stuart Little (voice,1999)
Play It To The Bone (1999)

Bruno (2000)
Inside Job (2000)
The Crew (2000)
Cord (2000)
Dancing at the Blue Iguana (2000)
Sister Mary Explains It All (TV-2001)
Joplin: The Movie (2001)
Inside Job (2001)
Fast Sofa (2001)
Monsters Inc. (voice, 2001)
Ball in the House (2001)
The Cat’s Meow (2002)
The Kid (voice, TV-2001)
Stage to Screen: The Women (TV-2002)
Jericho Mansions (2003)
Hollywood North (2003)
The Haunted Mansion (2003)
Nowhere to Go But Up (2003)
Return to Babylon (2004)
Second Best (2004)
A Piece of My Heart (2004)
Home on the Range (voice, 2004)
El Padrino (2004)
Saint Ralph (2004)
Deluxe Combo Platter (2004)
Seed of Chucky (2004)
Bailey’s Billion$ (2005)
Lil’ Pimp (voice, VR-2005)
The Civilization of Maxwell Bright (2005)
Tideland (2005)
Initiation of Sarah (TV-2006)
Intervention (2007)
Deal (2008)
The Caretaker (2008)
Bart Got a Room (2008)
Inconceivable (2008)
An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong (VR-2009)
Empire of Silver (2009)
The Making of Plus One (2010)
30 Beats (2012)
Amelia’s 25th (2013)
Curse of Chucky (VR-2013)
Return to Babylon (2013)
The Secret Lives of Dorks (2013)
Cult of Chucky (2017)
Ray Meets Helen (2018)
7 Days to Vegas (2019)

Sallywood (2021)
High Holiday (2021)
Boom (2021)
Renaissance Girl (announced)

TV Series – Cast:
Shaping Up (1984)
Key West (1993)
Family Guy (voice, 1999-2019)

Scruff (voice, 2000-2003)
The Magnificent Ambersons (2001, mini-series)
Out of Practice (2005-2006)

Chucky (2021)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Oh Madeline (1983)
Boone (1983)
Shaping Up (1984)
Hill Street Blues (1984, 1985)
Remington Steele (1985)
Stir Crazy (1986)
Cheers (1986)
It’s Garry Shandling’s Show (1987)
Moonlighting (1989)

Dream On (1992)
Gun (1997)
Sin City Spectacular (1998)

Hey Arnold! (2000)
Pigs Next Door (voice, 2000)
Frasier (2004)
The Cleveland Show (2009)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2010)
Drop Dead Diva (2011)
Modern Family (2013, 2014)
The Simpsons (voice, 2012)
Spun Out (2015)
SuperMansion (voice, 2018)

Monsters at Work (voice, 2020)

Tideland, movie, poster,
Poster for Tideland courtesy of Capri Releasing.

Kings and Desperate Men

KIngs and Desperate Men, movie, image,

118 minutes – Drama
Lamguage: English
Festival release date: August 22, 1981 (Montreal World Film Festival)
Release date US: November 13, 1983
VHS release date: 1989
Distributor: Magnum Entertainment

The title of this film is taken from John Donne’s Holy Sonnets # 10 which is sometimes titled Death, Be Not Proud. Despite some promise in the concept there is not much in this film to be proud of either. The story centers on Patrick McGoohan who appears as John Kingsley, an abrasive but popular radio talk show host. While he is on the air, his family is taken captive by terrorists and so, in a way, is he when they invade his studio. To save his family he is forced to play the part of host to a bizarre trial. And so we have Kingsley and desperate men. The terrorists he confronts wish to debate the plight of one of their comrades imprisoned for manslaughter, live on the airwaves. And the listening audience must decide the verdict as an elite special force mounts a rescue operation to save the hostages. While this sounds like pretty exciting stuff, the film falls flat in many areas. Patrick McGoohan, confined to a small space like a radio studio, is totally over the top in this film. Filmed in Montreal, there were rumors at the time that the director had not shot enough footage and the film languished for months and months because it could not be effectively edited into a cohesive story. When it was ultimately released that seemed to be the case and the film suffers because of the editing, and by extension, poor direction. Of note is the fact that the wife of Patrick McGoohan’s character is played by Margaret Trudeau, but there is little of her on screen.

Kings and Desperate Men, movie, poster,



Alexis Kanner

Associate Producer:

Saul Kwiat
Robert Ménard


Alexis Kanner


Edmund Ward
Alexis Kanner


Alexis Kanner
Paul Van der Linden


Alexis Kanner


Pierre F. Brault
Michel Robidoux

Art Director:

William McCrow

Costume Designer:

Luc Le Flaguais
Diane Paquet

Cast: Roles:

Patrick McGoohan
Alexis Kanner
Andrea Marcovicci
Margaret Trudeau
Budd Knapp
Neil Vipond
Peter MacNeill
Dave Patrick
Robin Spry
August Schellenberg
Jean-Pierre Brown
Kevin Fenlon
Jane Hooper
Frank Moore
Kate Nash
Andrew Semple
Frederic Smith
Bob Lepage
Andre Koudsey
Normand Roy
Andrew Theodoses
Marcel Beaulieu

John Kingsley
Lucas Miller
Elizabeth Kingsley
Judge MaManus
Henry Sutton
Grant Gillespie
Stanley Aldini
Chris Kingsley
Girl with Radio
Pete Herrera
Special Squad member
Special Squad member
Special Squad member
Special Squad member
Special Squad member

Norm MacDonald

Norm MacDonald, actor,
Norm MacDonald in a publicity still for the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards

B: October 17, 1963 in Québec City, Québec
D: September 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.

Norman Gene MacDonald started out in show-biz as a stand up comedian, performing in small comedy clubs across Canada. Eventually he was booked by bigger and bigger clubs and eventually moved to Los Angeles. He became a writer and joined the cast of Saturday Night Live where he made his mark doing impressions of Larry King, Burt Reynolds, David Letterman, Bob Dole and others. His most notable position on SNL was his three-year stint as anchor of the news-spoof segment, Weekend Update. He was the host for the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards. Since 2010 he has shown up as Rusty Heck in 1 episode of The Middle every year including 2017. Norm Macdonald was 61 when he died after a long and private battle with cancer. He had reportedly been sick with an undisclosed form of cancer for nine years but declined to make his illness public.

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

Billy Madison (1995)
The People vs Larry Flint (1996)
Doctor Dolittle (voice, 1998)
Dirty Work (1998)
Man on the Moon (1999)

Screwed (2000)
The Animal (2001)
Dr. Doolittle 2 (voice, 2001)
Back to Norm (TV-2005)
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (2005)
Dr. Dolittle 3 (voice, VR-2006)
Farce of the Penguins (voice, 2006)
Christmas is Here Again (voice, 2007)
Senior Skip Day (2008)
Dr. Doolittle: Tail to the Chief (VR-2008)
The Flight Before Christmas (voice, 2008)
Hollywood & Wine (2009)

Jack and Jill (2011)
Outback (voice, 2012)
Vampire Dog (voice, 2012)
Norm Macdonald’s Inspiring Commencement Speech (2014, short)
The Ridiculous 6 (2015)
Treasure Hounds (voice, VR-2017)
The Ladybug (voice, 2018)
Klaus (voice, 2019)

Back Home Again (voice, 2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Saturday Night Live (1993-1998)
The Norm Show (1999-2001)

A Minute with Stan Hooper (2003)

Mike Tyson Mysteries (voice, 2014-2020)
Sunnyside (2015)
Skylanders Academy (voice, 2016-2018)

TV Series – Guest Appearances:
Family Guy (voice, 2000, 2017)
Oliver Beene (2004)
The Fairly Odd Parents (2005, 2006)
My Name is Earl (2007, 2009)
Sam’s Game (2009)

The Middle (2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
Real Rob (2015)
Girl Boss (2017)
The Orville (voice, 2017, 2018, 2019)

Aaron Ashmore

Aaron Ashmore
Aaron Ashmore as John Jaqobis from the series Killjoys.

B: October 7, 1979 in Richmond, British Columbia

Aaron Ashmore pictured as John Jaqobis in a publicity still from the TV series, Killjoys. Aaron is one minute older than his twin brother Shawn. The family moved first to Alberta, then settled in Toronto. Aaron Ashmore plays the role of Duncan Locke on the Netflix series Locke & Key.

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

Married to It (1991)
Gross Misconduct (TV-1993)
Crime in Connecticut: The Story of Alex Kelly (TV-1999)
Love Letters (TV-1999)

Run the Wild Fields (2000)
Blackout (TV-2001)
The Familiar Stranger (TV-2001)
The Safety of Objects (2001)
Dying to Dance (TV-2001)
Treed Murray (2001)
The Skulls II (VR-2002)
Charms for the Easy Life (TV-2002)
A Christmas Visitor (TV-2002)
The Pentagon Papers (TV-2003)
My Brother’s Keeper (2004)
Brave New Girl (TV-2004)
Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story (TV-2004)
Safe (2004)
A Separate Peace (TV-2004)
A Bear Named Winnie (TV-2004)
Palo Alto (2007)
The Stone Angel (2007)
Thomas Kinkade’s Home for Christmas (2007)
The Thaw (2009)

Deep Cove (2010)
Privileged (2010)
The Shrine (2010)
Servitude (2011)
Big News from Grand Rock (2014)
Arranged (2014, short)
Regression (2015)
Swept Under (2015)
Wish Upon a Christmas (TV-2015)
22 Chaser (2018)
Tammy’s Always Dying (2019)

Sugar Daddy (2020)
The Santa Squad (TV-2020)
Pretty Cheaters, Deadly Lies (TV-2020)
The Retreat (2021)

TV Series – Cast:
In a Heartbeat (2000)
1-800-Missing (2005-2006)
Smallville (2006-2009)

Warehouse 13 (2011-2014)
Killjoys (2015-2019)
Cardinal (2019, mini-series)

Locke & Key (2020-)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Are You Afraid of the Dark (1993, 2000)
Due South (1996)
Animorphs (1998)

The Famous Jett Jackson (2000)
La Femme Nikita (2000
Twice in a Lifetime (2000)
Emily of New Moon (2002)
The Eleventh Hour (2002, 2005)
The West Wing (2005)
Veronica Mars (2004, 2006)

In Plain Sight (2010, 2011, 2012)
XIII: The Series (2011)
Lost Girl (2011, 2012)
Murdoch Mysteries (2012)
Ransom (2017)
Designated Survivor (2019)
Hudson & Rex (2020)
Private Eyes (2020)

Poster for Regression courtesy of Elevation Pictures.
Poster for Regression courtesy of Elevation Pictures.

Danis Goulet

Danis Goulet, filmmaker,

B: in La Ronge, Saskatchewan

Danis Goulet was raised in northern Saskatchewan and now lives in Toronto. Her 2005 short Divided by Zero premiered in 2006 at the Message Sticks Film Festival at the Sydney Opera House in Australia, and her short Spin premiered in 2004 at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Goulet worked as a casting director on numerous film productions, as well as for the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation and for the Canadian video distribution company V Tape. Her 2010 film, Wapawekka screened at the Toronto International Film Festival and was selected for for the short film competition at the Native Showcase, part of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. Her 2021 feature, Night Raiders, was selected to open that year’s imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.

Also see: imagineNATIVE Announces 2021 Fest

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Spin (2003, short)
Divided by Zero (2006, short)

Wapawekka (2010, short)
Barefoot (2012, short)
Wakening (2013, short)

Night Raiders (2021)
Ivy (2022)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
Spin (2003, short)
Divided by Zero (2006, short)

Wapawekka (2010, short)
Barefoot (2012, short)

Night Raiders (2021)

Night Raiders, movie, poster,

Claude Legault

Claude Legault, actor,

B: May 26, 1963 in Montréal, Québec

Claude Legault is an award-winning actor and writer.

Features & TV Movies:
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Le party (1990)
Coyote (1992)

Gaz Bar Blues (2003)
Dans une galaxie près de chez vous – Le film (2004)
Idole instantanée (2005)
Les 3 p’tit cochons (2007)
Tout est parfait (2008)
Dans une galaxie près de chez vous 2 (2008)
Pour toujours, les Canadiens! (2009)

Les 7 jours du talion (2010)
La cité (2010)
Filière 13 (2010)
Y’en aura pas de facile (2010)
10.5 (2010)
French Kiss (2011)
L’empire Bo$$é (2012)
La chute de l’empire américain (2018)

Drunken Birds (aka Les Oiseaux ivres, 2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Le retour (1996)
Dans une galaxie près de chez vous (1999)
Mission Zed (2001)
Annie et ses hommes (2002)
450, chemin du golf (2003)
Minuit, le soir (2005)
19-2 (2011)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Catherine (1999)
Un gars, une fille (2002)
Caméra café (2006)

La chute de l'empire Américain, movie, poster,
Poster courtesy of Les Films Séville.

Hélène Florent

Hélène Florent

B: 1974 in Québec

Hélène Florent, pictured above as Carole in a publicity still from the 2011 Alliance Vavfilm release, Café de flore. Florent graduated with a degree from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Québec in 2000. Both an actor and director, she has made two short films: Celui qui l’dit, celui qui l’est in 1998 and Madame Bonheur à la rescousse in 2000.

Features & TV Movies:
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Yellowknife (2002)
Mémoires affectives (2004)
La vie avec mom père (2005)
Corps et âmes (2005)
Familia (2005)
Dans les villes (2006)
Marie-Antoinette (TV-2006)
L’Écouter (2007)
Ma fille, mon ange (2007)
La Lâcheté (2007)

Lance et compte (2010)
Café de flore (2011)
Sarah préfère la course (2013)
Une jeune fille (2013)

Maria Chapdelaine (2020)
Drunken Birds (aka Les Oiseaux ivres, 2021)

TV Series – Cast:
La Promesse (2005)
Les Invincibles (2005)
Lance et compte: La revanche (2006)
La Galère (2007-2012)
Blle-Baie (2007-2009)
Lance et compte: Le grand duel (2009)

Lance et compte: La déchirure (2012)
Pour Sarah (2015)
Karl & Max (2015)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Petits mythes urbains (2004)
Toute la vérité (2010)

Maria Chapdelaine, 2020 movie, poster,

Greg Spottiswood

Greg Spottiswood, actor, screenwriter,

B: September 14, 1964 in Mississauga, Ontario

Greg Spottiswood started acting professionally when he was 17 years old. His role in Looking For Miracles earned him a Daytime Emmy Award and a Gemini nomination for Best Lead Actor. While shooting Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story, he was also producing and directing his own short film Learning To Swim, which starred Paul Soles. His stage credits include the Factory Theatre’s Featuring Loretta, Theatre Of Film Noir and Escape From Happiness; the Shaw Theatre’s Simpleton Of The Unexpected Isle, Rashamon, The Petrified Forest, Annajanska, and Busman’s Honeymoon. For the Grand Theatre he has appeared in Who’s Afraid Of Virgina Wolf? and The Zoo Story. Since 2010 he has added the role of creator and screenwriter to his considerable talents. He was co-creator of the 2011 series King, and creator of the medical drama series Remedy in 2014. He is also the creator, executive producer, writer and showrunner behind the series All Rise. We list his credits as an actor first.

Features & TV Movies:
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Concrete Angels (1987)
Looking for Miracles (TV-1989)

Young Again (1995)
Mind Games (TV-1998)
Family of Cops III (TV-1999)
Have Mercy (1999)

Mary Kay Letourneau: The All-American Girl (TV-2000)
Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (TV-2000)
The Moving of Sophia Myles (TV-2000)
DC9/11: Time of Crisis (TV-2003)
The Snow Walker (2003)
Ice Men (2004)
Crazy Lovin’ (2007)

TV Series – Cast:
J.F.K.: Restless Youth (1993, mini-series)
Fast Track (1997)
Power Play (1998-1999)
Mark Twain’s Roughing It (mini-series, 2002)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Saying Goodbye (19??)
Road to Avonlea (1991)
E.N.G. (1992)
The Commish (1992)
Forever Knight (1992)
Street Legal (1994)
Catwalk (1994)
King Fu: The Legend Continues (1994)
Robocop (1994)
PSI Factor (1996)
John Woo’s Once a Thief (1998)
Fast Track (1997)
Wind at My Back (1999)
Total Recall 2070 (1999)

Doc (2003)
This is Wonderland (2004)
Flashpoint (2009)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
Learning to Swim (2000, short)
Tripping the Wire: A Stephen Tree Mystery (TV-2005)
Nise (2005, short)
Eight Days to Live (TV-2006)
The Call (TV-2008)

The Family Gene (TV-2017)

TV Series – at least 1 episode:
Shattered (2010)
Endgame (2011)
King (2011, 2012)
Remedy (2014-2015)
Frontier (2016)
All Rise (2020-)

;The Snow Walker, movie poster;

Ben Mazzotta

Ben Mazzotta, producer, director,

B: September 14, 1973 in Toronto, Ontario

Ben Mazzotta received his BA in Image Arts from Ryerson University, where he shot, edited and directed several short films. He then worked for nine years at the University of Toronto`s Multimedia Production Department, where he produced, directed, shot, edited and distributed numerous university funded, educational documentaries. His debut feature film, The Limits, was an official selection at the 2007 Edmonton International Film Festival, winner for Best Drema at the 2008 Digital Video and High Definition Film Festival in Los Angeles, winner for Best Canadian Feature at the 2008 ReelWorld Film Festival in Toronto, and an official selection at the First Time Film Festival in L.A., the Reel Heart International Film Festival, and the Mississauga Independent Film Festival. He is the owner and creative head of Little Engine Moving Pictures, an independent TV and new media production company in Toronto. We list his credits as a Director first.

Company website.

Features & TV Movies:
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The Limits (2008)

Emerge (2010)
Starseeker (TV-2015)

TV Series – at least 1 episode of:
Now You Know (2015-2016)
Canada Crew (2017)
Cutie Pugs (2018-2019)

Cutie Pugs ABC (2020)
Piper’s Pony Tales (2021)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
The Limits (2008)

Emerge (2010)
Starseeker (TV-2015)

TV Series – at least 1 episode of:
Now You Know (2015-2016)
Canada Crew (2017)
Cutie Pugs (2018-2019)
Cutie Pugs ABC (2020)

Credits as a Producer:
The Limits (2008)

Emerge (2010)
Starseeker (TV-2015)

TV Series – at least 1 episode of:
Now You Know (2015-2016)
Canada Crew (2017)
Cutie Pugs (2018-2019)
Cutie Pugs ABC (2020)

Peter Keleghan

Peter Keleghan, actor,
Peter Keleghan at the 2015 Canadian Screen Awards. Photo © 2015 by Ralph Lucas.

B: September 16, 1959 in Montréal, Québec

Most Canadian TV viewers know Peter Keleghan as the fatuous anchorman Jim Walcott on The Newsroom, or as the vain production executive Alan Roy on Made in Canada. In real life, his mother hoped he would grow up and enter the priesthood, but he had other ideas. He was part of the drama class in high school but has admitted that it was, for him, just a way to meet and impress girls. What he really wanted to be was an airline pilot, but his grades pointed in another direction and so he decided to try acting. He studied classical theatre in London and Toronto and went on to become a member of the The Second City and the Shaw Festival. He co-wrote and starred in award-winning syndicated series The Comedy Mill, and later created the character of Ranger Gord on The Red Green Show. Keleghan was honoured by ACTRA Toronto with their annual Award of Excellence in February of 2009. He plays the role of Richard Greenwood on the series Workin’ Moms and has a recurring role as Terrence Meyers on Murdoch Mysteries.

Also see: Peter Keleghan: Once an Immigrant.

Features & TV Movies:
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Screwballs (1983)

Car 54, Where Are You? (1994)
Picture Perfect (TV-1995)
Devil’s Food (TV-1996)
Trilogy of Terror II (TV-1996)
Waiting for Michelangelo (1996)
Liszt’s Rhapsody (TV-1996)
Elvis Meets Nixon (TV-1997)
Any Mother’s Son (TV-1997)
The Real Blonde (1997)
Seven Gates (1997)
Joe’s Wedding (1997)
Double Take (1997)
When Husbands Cheat (TV-1998)
Bad As I Wanna Be: The Dennis Rodman Story (TV-1998)
This Matter of Marriage (TV-1998)
The Garbage Picking Field Goal Kicking Philadelphia Phenomenon (TV-1998)
Blackjack (TV-1998)
Escape from Wildcat Canyon (1998)
Bone Daddy (1998)
Mr. Music (TV-1998)
Water Damage (1999)
Genius (TV-1999)
In the Company of Spies (TV-1999)

Angels in the Infield (TV-2000)
Ginger Snaps (2000)
Doc (2001)
Death to Smoochy (2002)
Escape from the Newsroom (TV-2002)
Duct Tape Forever (2002)
Eloise at the Plaza (TV-2003)
Jericho Mansions (2003)
Niagara Motel (2005)
Do Not Bend (2007)
Business Class (TV-2007)
Butterfly on a Wheel (2007)
P.M.O. (2008)
Coopers’ Camera (2008)
Eating Buccaneers (2009)
Leslie, My Name Is Evil (2009)

Love Letters (TV-2010)
GravyTrain (2010)
The Bend (2011)
Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town (TV-2012)
Sex After Kids (2013)
The Grand Seduction (2013)
Big News from Grand Rock (2014)
Officeland (narrator, TV-2014 documentary)
Bruno & Boots: Go Jump in the Pool (TV-2015)
Supers (2016, short)
The Great Canadian Screen Test (TV-2016)
Sadie’s Last Days on Earth (2017)
Bruno & Boots: This Can’t Be Happening at Macdonald Hall (TV-2017)
Bruno & Boots: The Wizzle War (TV-2017)
Supers (2017, short)
Into Invisible Light (2018)
The Remnant (2019, short)

TV Series – Cast:
C.O.P.S. (voice, 1988)
In Opposition (1989)

The Red Green Show (1991-2004)
General Hospital (1992)
The Newsroom (1996-2005)
Ned’s Newt (voice, 1997-1999)
Made in Canada (1998-2003)

Walter Ego (2005)
Funpak (voice, 2005)
Mischief City (2005)
Slings & Arrows (2005, mini-series)
Ruby Gloom (voice, 2006-2007)
Billable Hours (2006-2008)
Murdoch Mysteries (2008-2021)

18-to-Life (2010-2011)
Crash Canyon (voice, 2012-2013)
Meet the Family (narrator, 2013-2015)
The Best Laid Plans (2014, mini-series)
Body Buds (2015, mini-series)
Workin’ Moms (2017-)
Perverts Anonymous (2017, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest appearances
General Hospital (1963)

The Wayne & Shuster Superspecial (1983)
Check It Out (1986)
Hot Shots (1986)
Comedy Mill (1987)
C.O.P.S. (voice, 1988)
In Opposition (1989)
Street Legal (1990, 1991)
Davis Rules (1992)
Cheers (1992)
Murphy Brown (1993)
The New WKRP in Cincinnati(1993)
Seinfeld (1993)
Viper (1994)
Burke’s Law (1994)
Goosebumps (1996)
Forever Knight (1996)
F/X: The Series (1997)
The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon (voice, 1997)
The Adventures of Shirley Holmes (1998)
Fast Track (1998)
PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1998)
Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension (1998)

Earth: Final Conflict (2000)
Big Wolf on Campus (2000)
Twice in a Lifetime (2000)
Doc (2001)
Royal Canadian Air Farce (2002)
The Zack Files (2002)
Tracker (2002)
1-800-Missing (2003)
Queer as Folk (2004)
Zoe Busiek: Wild Card (2004)
Mischief City (2005)
Funpack (voice, 2005)
Puppets Who Kill (2005)
This is Wonderland (2006)
Hockeyville (2006)
Captain Flamingo (voice, 2006)
Willa’s Wild Life (2008)
‘Da Kink in My Hair (2009)
Majority Rules! (2009, 2010)
Little Mosque on the Prairie (2009, 2012)
The Ron James Show (2009, 2011, 2014)

Scaredy Squirrel (voice, 2010)
The Adventures of Chuck & Friends (voice, 2011)(
The Casting Room (2011)
Less Than Kind (2012)
Republic of Doyle (2012)
Saving Hope (2012, 2013, 2014, 2017)
Off2Kali Comedy (2013)
Satisfaction (2013)
Suits (2015)
Some Assembly Required (2016)
My Kitchen Can Be Anything (2017)
Diggstown (2019)
Save Men (2019)
Hudson & Rex (2019)

Hey Lady! (2020)
Baroness Von Sketch Show (2020, 2021)
Nurses (2021)

Into Invisible Light, movie, poster,

Callum Keith Rennie

Callum Keith REnnie, actor, Copyright. image, 2013,
Photo of Callum Keith Rennie at the 2015 Canadian Screen Awards © Ralph Lucas. Used with permission.

B: September 14, 1960 in Sunderland Tyne-and-Wear, England

Callum Keith Rennie was born in the industrial city of Sunderland, England, on September 14 1960. When he was four years old, his family moved to Edmonton, Alberta. As a teenager, Rennie attended Strathcona High School where he befriended future Kids in the Hall star Bruce McCulloch. During the late 1970s he discovered the punk movement and even sported a mohawk on the middle-class streets of Edmonton for a short time. While at school, he considered both mountaineering and acting as career options, but decided against the latter, considering it an arrogant and vain profession. He is pictured above at the 2015 Canadian Screen Awards where he was honoured with an award for his work on an episode of the TV series Motive.

Learn more about Callum Keith Rennie
Also see The Tao of Callum Keith Rennie

Features & TV Movies:
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Purple Toast (1993)
Frank’s Cock (1993)
Valentine’s Day (1994)
Timecop (94)
Still (1994)
The Raffle (1994)
Paris or Somewhere (TV-1994)
Double Happiness (1994)
When the Dark Calls (TV-1995)
The Ranger, The Cook and the Hole in the Sky (TV-1995)
The Omen (TV-1995)
Little Criminals (95)
Falling From The Sky: Flight 174 (TV-1995)
Curtis’ Charm (1995)
Letters From Home (1996)
For Those Who Hunt The Wounded Down (1996)
Unforgettable (1996)
Hard Core Logo (1996)
Tricks (TV-1997)
Men With Guns (1997)
Masterminds (1997)
Excess Baggage (1997)
Last Night (1998)
The Life Before This (1999)
eXistenZ (1999)
The Highwayman (1999)
The Five Senses (1999)

The Last Stop (2000)
Suspicious River (2000)
Memento (2000)
Murder Seen (2000)
Picture Claire (2001)
Trapped (TV-2001)
Torso: The Evelyn Dick Story (TV-2002)
Now & Forever (2002)
Flower & Garnet (2002)
Falling Angels (2003)
The Butterfly Effect (2003)
Wilby Wonderful (2004)
The Five People You Meet in Heaven (TV-2004)
Blade: Trinity (2004)
Lucid (2005)
Pool Hall Prophets (2005)
Painkiller Jane (TV-2005)
Whole New Thing (2005)
Snow Cake (2005)
Unnatural & Accidental (2006)
The Cleaner (2007)
The Invisible (2007)
Butterfly on a Wheel (2007)
Silk (2007)
Normal (2007)
Sleepwalking (2008)
Who Named the Knife (TV-2008)
The X-Files: I Want to Believe (2008)
Murder on Her Mind (TV-2008)
Case 39 (2009)
Battlestar Galactica: The Plan (TV-2009)

Gunless (2010)
Trigger (2010)
The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet (2013)
Sitting on the Edge of Marlene (2014)
October Gale (2014)
Ride (2014)
Hell in a Handbag (2014)
Into the Forest (2015)
Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)
Warcraft (2015)
Born to be Blue (2015)
Little Pink House (2016)
Wait Till Helen Comes (2016)
Goon: Last of the Enforcers (2017)
Jigsaw (2017)
Mobile Homes (2017)
Fifty Shades Freed (2018)

TV Series – Cast:
My Life as a Dog (1995-1996)
Due South (1997-1999)
Twitch City (1998-2000)
Foolish Heart (1999)
Da Vinci’s Inquest (1999-2001)

Dice (2001, mini-series)
Bliss (2002)
Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009)
Whiskey Echo (2005, mini-series)
H2O (2004, mini-series)
The Hunters (2006)
Tin Man (2008, mini-series)
Californication (2008, 2012, 2013))
Harper’s Island (2009)

24 (2010)
Shattered (2010)
The Killing (2011-2012)
The Firm (2012)
Impulse (2018-2019)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Highlander (1993, 1995)
Lonesome Dove: The Series (1994)
The Commish (1994)
The X Files (1994, 1995)
Forever Knight (1995)
The Marshal (1995)
The Outer Limits (1995)
Viper (1997)
La Femme Nikita (1997)
Strange World (1999)
Foolish Heart (1999)

Bliss (2002)
Dark Angel (2002)
Mutant X (2002)
The Eleventh Hour (2002)
Tru Calling (2003)
Touching Evil (2004)
Kingdom Hospital (2004)
Supernatural (2005)
The L Word (2006)
Smallville (2006)
Men in Trees (2007)
Bionic Woman (2007)
Californication (2008, 2012, 2013)

Alphas (2011)
Rookie Blue (2011)
CSI: Miami (2011)
Transporter: The Series (2014)
Motive (2014)
Longmire (2015, 2016)
Man Seeking Woman (2016)
Legends of Tomorrow (2016)
The Man in the High Castle (2016)
Jessica Jones (2018)

Jigsaw, movie, poster,
Poster for Jigsaw courtesy of Entertainment One.
Moble Homes, poster, movie,
Poster for Mobile Homes courtesy of Mongrel Media.

Sarah Levy

Sarah Levy, actress, actor,
Photo of Sarah Levy at the 2017 Canadian Screen Awards © 2017 by R.A.Lucas. Used with permission.

B: September 10, 1986 in Toronto, Ontario

Sarah Levy is the daughter of actor Eugene Levy and Deborah Devine. She is best known for her role as Twyla Sands in the award-winning series, Schitt’s Creek.

Features & TV Movies:
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Larry Crowne (2011)
The Applicant (2012, short)
Roomies (2013, short)
The Winner Mindset (2019, short)
Best Intentions (TV-2019)

Dear Class of 2020 (VR-2020)
Distancing Socially (2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Schitt’s Creek (2015-2020)

Stories of Kindness (2021, mini-series)
SurrealEstate (2021)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
XIII: The Series (2011)
Working the Engels (2014)
Baroness Von Sketch Show (2016)

United We Fall (2020)
All Rise (2021)