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Meaghan Rath

Meaghan Rath, actress

B: June 18, 1986 in Montréal, Québec

Meaghan Rath studied Cinema and Communications at Dawson college in Montreal. She played the role of Adena Stiles on the series 15/Love. Rath costarred as Sally Malik in Being Human along with fellow Canadian actress Kristen Hager. The series was dropped by its US channel SyFy and the last regularly scheduled episode aired on April 7, 2014. Rath played Officer Tani Rey on the CBS television series Hawaii Five-0 in 72 episodes between 2017 and 2020.

Features & TV Movies:
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Lost and Delirious (2001)
10.5: Apocalypse (TV-2006)
I Me Wed (TV-2007)
My Daughter’s Secret (TV-2007)
Prom Wars:Love Is a Battlefield (2008)

You Are So Undead (2010, short)
Cyberbully (TV-2011)
Three Night Stand (2013)
Slumber (2016)
The Trustee (TV-2017)
The Clinic (2018)

TV Series – Cast:
15/Love (2004-2006)
The Assistants (2009)

Being Human (2011-2014)
Banshee Origins (2014, mini-series)
Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life (2016)
Rogue (2017)
Hawaii Five-O (2017-2020)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Fries with That (2004)
Heartland (2007)
Aaron Stone (2009)

18 to Life (2010, 2011)
Flashpoint (2012)
Three Night Stand (2013)
Kingdom (2014)
Banshee (2015)
Motive (2015)
Secrets and Lies (2015)
New Girl (2015, 2016)
Schitt’s Creek (2018)

Magnum P.I. (2020)
Supergirl (2020)

Lost and Delirious, movie poster

Myriam Cyr

Myriam Cyr, actress,

B: 1960 in Moncton, New Brunswick

Myriam Cyr has been awarded Best Actress at the Houston, Charleston and New Orleans Film Festivals, as well as the French film festivals of Sarlat and Namur for Le secret de Jérôme. She is a member of the Royal National Theatre of London. Her first book, Letters of a Portuguese Nun, has all the elements of a great novel: Illicit love, lust, loss, war, intrigue, mystery and power — except it’s not a novel. The story is true. Primarily a theater actor, she was approached after a publisher saw her perform the letters as a one-woman show in New York. Four years later, Cyr had completed the book and added her voice to what is a centuries-old controversy.

Also see Isabelle Cyr

Features & TV Movies:
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Caffe Italia Montréal (1985)
Gothic (1986)
Bonjour Monsieur Gauguin (1988)
Comment faire l’amour avec un nègre sans se fatiguer (aka How to Make Love to a Negro Without Getting Tired, 1989)

Point of View (1990)
Roger Corman’s Frankenstein Unbound (1990)
Oscar Wilde’s Salome (TV-1992)
Le secret de Jérôme (1994)
Mia evdomada argotera (1994, short)
Savage Hearts (1995)
I Shot Andy Warhol (1996)
Frankenstein and Me (1996)
Land of Hope (1996)
Dirty Rice (1997)
Species II (1998)
Heist (1998)
Kill by Inches (1999)
Zoo (1999)
Hostage (1999)

TV Series – Cast:
Berlin Lady (1991, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Messy (2020)

Mina E. Mina

Mina E. Mina, actor,

B: June 15, 1934 in Cairo, Egypt

Mina E. Mina is an Egyptian-Canadian actor who occasionally shows up in the credits as Mina Erian Mina.

Features & TV Movies:
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Welcome to Blood City (1977)
Drága kisfiam (1978)
One Night Stand (TV-1978)

The Kidnapping of the President (1980)
Head On (1980)
Escape from Iran: The Canadian Caper (TV-1981)
By Design (1982)

The Death of the Incredible Hulk (TV-1990)
Run (1991)
My Son Johnny (TV-1991)
Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf (voice, VR-1992)
Unforgiven (1992)
Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle (voice, VR-1993)
The Man Who Wouldn’t Die (TV-1994)
Fatal Fury 1 (voice, VR-1995)
Gunfighter’s Moon (1995)
Man with a Gun (1995)
The Chain (1996)
Fatal Fury 2 (voice, VR-1996)
Warriors of Virtue (voice, 1997)
Nick Fury: Agent of Shield (TV-1998)
Wrongfully Accused (1998)
Atomic Train (TV-1999)
The 13th Warrior (1999)

Mission to Mars (2000)
NTSB: The Crash of Flight 323 (TV-2004)
The Chronicles of Riddick (2004)
Scary Movie 4 (2006)
Trapped Ashes (2006)
Partition (2007)
Eastern Promises (2007)

Afghan Luke (2011)
Treasure Buddies (VR-2012)

TV Series – Cast:
Leo and Me (1981)
Hurricanes (voice, 1993)
Human Cargo (2004, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
King of Kensington (1975)
Matt and Jenny on the Wilderness Trail 1850 (1979

Night Heat (1985)

Neon Rider (1990)
Wiseguy (1990)
Highlander (1993, 1995)
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1995)
The X Files (1996)
Sliders (1996)
The Sentinel (1997)
Two (1997)
Dead Man’s Gun (1997)
Breaker High (1998)
The Outer Limits (1998)

Andromeda (2002)
Smallville (2004)
Da Vinci’s Inquest (2004)
Alice, I Think (2006)

Chaos (2011)

Partition, movie, poster,

Colin Campbell

Colin Campbell, director

B: June 15, 1942 in Reston, Manitoba
D: October 31, 2001 in Toronto, Ontario

Colin Campbell is pictured in a still from his film, Sackville, I’m Yours. Campbell received his BFA from the University of Manitoba (Gold Medal) and his MFA from Claremont Graduate School, California. His first academic position was at Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick, the subject of his video Sackville, I’m Yours. The two titles Conundrum Clinique made in 1981 are in fact two separate projects, one running 36 minutes and the second 14 minutes. The vast majority of his films and videos were shorts running 20 minutes or less. His 1978 black and white film Modern Love ran 90-minutes, and many of his first films made in 1972 were silent. Colin Campbell died of cancer in Toronto at age 59.

Read more about Colin Campbell.

Features & TV Movies:
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Hickey (1972)
Self-Hickey (1972)
True-False (1972)
I’ve Got Rhythm, I’ve Got Natural Rhythm (1972)
Sackville, I’m Yours (1972)
Smile (1972)
Real Split (1972)
This Is The Way I Really Am (1973)
Jaunus (1973)
Shoot (1973)
Relationships (1973)
Correspondence 1 (1974)
Correspondence 2 (1974)
This Is An Edit-This Is Real (1974)
Love-Life (1974)
California, Myth and Reality (1974)
I’m a Voyeur (1974)
Secrets (1974)
Hindsight (1975)
Insight (1975)
Foresight (1975)
Passage (1976)
Flight (1976)
The Woman From Malibu (1976)
The Temperature In Lima (1976)
Culver City Limits (1977)
Shango Botanica (1977)
Last Seen Wearing (1977)
Hollywood and Vine (1977)
Rat’s Country (1978)
Modern Love (1978)

Bad Girls (1980)
L.A. Flex (1980)
Peachland (1980)
He’s A Growing Boy-She’s Turning Forty (1980)
Dangling By Their Mouths (1981)
Conundrum Clinique (1981)
Snip Snip (1981)
White Money (1983)
Un Mois en Languedoc (1983)
The Woman Who Went Too Far (1984)
No Voice Over (1986)
Bennies From Heaven (1986)
Black and Light (1987)
Fiddle Faddle (1988)

Skin (1990)
Rendez-vous (1997)
Deja Vu (1998)

Dishevelled Destiny (2000)
Mischief (2000)

Elana Shilling

B: June 15, 1990 in Thornhill, Ontario

Features & TV Movies:
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Salem Witch Trials (TV-2002)
Nothing (2003)
Mean Girls (2004)

TV Series – Cast:
Wanna Play (2000)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Rescue Heroes (1999)
Ricky’s Room (1999)

Twice in a Lifetime (2000)

Nothing, movie, poster,

Isabel Richer

Isabel Richer, actress

B: June 14, 1966

Isabel Richer attended the National Theatre School in Montréal before beginning her career. She played the role of Julie Lemieux, M.D. (pictured) in 54 episodes of the CBC Radio-Canada series Trauma between 2010 and 2014.

Features & TV Movies:
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Embrasse-moi, c’est pour la vie (TV-1993)
Louis 19, le roi des ondes (1994)
Eldorado (1994)
Erreur sur la personne (voice, 1995)
La Conciergerie (1996)
La comtesse de Bâton Rouge (1996)

La loi du cochon (2001)
L’espérance, (2002)
Une éclaircie sur le fleuve (2003)
Dans l’oeil du chat (2003)
L’incomparable mademoiselle C. (2004)
Nouvelle-France (2004)
L’audition (2005)
D’une seule et même voix (TV-2006)
Sans elle (2006)
Les 3 p’tit cochons (2007)
Les désordres symétriques (2007)
Babine (2008)
André Mathieu – Le dernier des romantiques (2009)

L’enfant prodige (2010)
Décharge (2012)
Les 3 p’tits cochons 2 (2016)
Mon Ami Walid (2019)
La porte (2019, short)

TV Series – Cast:
Les Grands procès (1994, mini-series)
Jasmine (1996)
Lobby (1997)
L’ombre de l’épervier (1998)
Radio (1999)

L’ombre de l’épervier II (2000)
L’héritière de grande ourse (mini-series, 2005)
Le 7e round (2006)
Vice caché (2006)
Les soeurs Elliot (2007)

Trauma (2010-2014)
Ruptures (2017-2019)
La faille (2019)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Avec un grand A (1987)
Les invincibles (2005)
Un homme mort (2006)
Mémoires vives (2013)
Bye-Bye (2014)
Féminin/Féminin (2018)
Julien Lacroix (2018)

Les 3 p'tits cochons 2, movie, poster,
Poster for Les 3 p’tits cochons 2 courtesy of Les Films Séville.

Marco Soriano

Marco Soriano, actor

B: June 14, 1974 in Vancouver, British Columbia

Marco Soriano graduated with a BFA from Simon Fraser University in 1997, adding a teaching degree in 1998. A stage actor, Soriano is a founding member of Vancouver’s theatre group, BellaLuna. He has also performed at the Enlightenment Theatre, Theatre Replacement, Western Canada Theatre, Arts Club, Horseshoes and Handgrenades, Hoarse Raven and many others. These are his film and television credits.

Official website

Features & TV Movies:
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Ladies and the Champ (TV-2001)
Scary Movie 3 (2003)
The Goodbye Girl (TV-2004)
Too Cool for Christmas (TV-2004)
Floored by Love (TV-2005)
Chasing Christmas (TV-2005)
Impulse (VR-2008)
One Week (2008)
Mistresses (TV-2009)

30 Days of Night: Dark Days (VR-2010)
The Eleventh Victim (TV-2012)
Lucky in Love (TV-2014)
So You Said Yes (TV-2015)
Perfect Match (2015)
Murder, She Baked: Just Desserts (TV-2017)
Norm of the North: Keys to the Kingdom (voice, 2018)
The Chronicle Mysteries: The Wrong Man (TV-2019)
Always Be My Maybe (2019)
In the Key of Love (TV-2019)

Christmas Waltz (TV-2020)

TV Series – Cast:
Master Keaton (voice, 2003)
Tobot (voice, 2018)
Super Dinosaur (voice, 2018)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Andromeda (2000, 2002)
Just Cause (2002)
The L Word (2004)
Da Vinci’s City Hall (2005)
Psych (2008)

Fringe (2012)
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (2013)
Supernaturl (2014)
Rogue (2014)
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (2014)
World Trigger (2014, 2015)
Backstrom (2015)
Lucifer (2017)
Beyblade Burst (voice, 2017, 2018)
Arrow (2018)
A Million Little Things (2019)

Nancy Drew (2021)
Kung Fu (2021)
Legends of Tomorrow (2021)

One Week, movie poster
Movie poster for the movie One Week

Emma Campbell

Emma Campbell, actress,

B: June 15, 1971 in Ottawa, Ontario

Emma Campbell had a starring role in the 1998 Stratford Festival production of A Man For All Seasons. She is a writer/performer with over 15 years experience in the television and film industry. Campbell completed the Bell Media Prime Time TV Program at the Canadian Film Centre in Toronto in 2012.

Features & TV Movies:
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Little Men (1997)
The Sleep Room (1998)
Out of Control (1998)

Xchange (2000)
Ultimate G’s (2000)
The Hound of the Baskervilles (TV-2000)
Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis (TV-2000)
Life in the Balance (2001)
Varian’s War (TV-2001)
Aftermath (2002)
FeardotCom (2002)
Scent of Danger (TV-2002)
Nightwaves (TV-2003)
A Bear Named Winnie (TV-2004)
The Aviator (2004)
Human Trafficking (TV-2005)
The Woods (2006)
Kardia (2005)
The House Next Door (TV-2006)
Othello (TV-2008)

An Officer and a Murderer (TV-2012)
The Surrogacy Trap (TV-2013)
A Fighting Man (2014)
The Dark Stranger (2015)
Flint (TV-2017)

Seasoned with Love (TV-2021)
Door Mouse (2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Princess Sissi (voice, 1997)
Tales from the Neverending Story (2001)
Pig City (voice, 2002)
15/Love (2005)
The State Within (2006, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Radio Active (2000)
All Souls (2001)
Tripping the Rift (voice, 2004, 2005, 2007)
1-800-Missing (2005)
Puppets Who Kill (2006)
The Beautiful Life: TBL (2009)

Murdock Mysteries (2011, 2014, 2015)
Breakout Kings (2011)
Nikita (2012)
King (2012)
Hemlock Grove (2013)
The Next Step (2016)

The Wedding Planners (2020)

Kardia, movie poster


Meatballs, movie, image,
Bill Muray & Chris Makepeace in a still from Meatballs scanned from an original in the Northernstars Collection.

99 minutes – Comedy
Language: English
Release date: June 28, 1979
Production company: Cinépix
Distributor: Paramount Pictures

Ivan Reitman’s follow-up to the hugely successful National Lampoon’s Animal House (which he co-produced) is less frantic and more sentimental but definitely in the same mold. Relying on juvenile, bawdy humour and the hip, anti-establishment attitude of Animal House, Meatballs is set in a summer camp for misfits overseen by head counsellor Bill Murray in his first starring role. His motivational rallying cry to his team of losers as they take on an opposing team from a rich kid’s camp is: ‘It just doesn’t matter!’ Despite its critical drubbing, Meatballs remains one of the most popular Canadian films of all time and spawned two dreadful sequels. – Essential Guide to Canadian Film
The production still and poster were scanned from originals in the Northernstars Collection.

Also see: Meatballs Still Keeps You Laughing.

Meatballs, movie, poster,



Dan Goldberg

Executive Producer:

John Dunning
André Link

Associate Producer:

Lawrence Nesis


Ivan Reitman


Len Blum
Dan Goldberg
Harold Ramis
Janis Allen


Donald Wilder


Debra Karen


Elmer Bernstein

Art Director:

David Charles

Cast: Roles:

Bill Murray
Harvey Atkin
Kate Lynch
Russ Banham
Kristine DeBell
Sarah Torgov
Jack Blum
Keith Knight
Cindy Girling
Todd Hoffman
Margot Pinvidic
Matt Craven
Norma Dell’Agnese
Chris Makepeace
Michael Kirby
Greg Swanson
Ron Barry
Paul Boyle
Vince Guerriero
Jim McLarty
Heather Preece
Ruth Rennie
Alison Diver
Valerie Fersht
Allan Levson
Patrick Hynes
Hadley Kay
Bill Kishonti
Peter Hume
Larry Solway

The Stomach

Bianca Gervais

Bianca Gervais, actress,

B: June 21, 1985

Official website

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

La Conciergerie de monstres (1996)

Dans une galaxie près de chez vous – Le film (2003)
Pinocchio 3000 (voice, 2004)
Nouvelle-France (2004)
Intersection (2004, short)
Le secret de ma mère (2006)
Moi (2007)
Nitro (2007)
J’ai tué ma mère (2009)

Fatal (2010)
Cabotins (2010)
Côteau Rouge (2011)
Le Noël de Walter et Tandoori (2011)
Aurélie Laflamme: Les pieds sur terre (2015)
Les scènes fortuites (2018)
Bambi: The Antimovie (2018, short)
La Bolduc (2018)

TV Series – Cast:
Caserne 24 (1998)

Chartrand et Simonne (2000)
Le monde de Charlotte (2000)
Fortier (2001)
Un monde à part (2004-2005)
Il était une fois dans le trouble (mini-series, 2006)

Penthouse 5-0 (2010)
Lance et compte: La déchirure (2012)
Tu m’aimes-tu? (2012)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Lobby (1996)
Omerta II (1996)

Le Négociateur (2006)
La Galère (2007)

Mirador (2016)
Ruptures (2017)
Terreur 404 (2017)
Fourchette (2019)

Les Pays D’en Haut (2021)

La Bolduc, movie, poster,

Juliette Gosselin

Juliette Gosselin, actresss
Photo of Juliette Gosselin by Marjorie Guindon.

B: June 15, 1991 in Montréal, Québec

Juliette Gosselin was born in Beaconsfield, which was a suburb of Montréal until 2001 when the new City of Montréal was created by amalgamation or merger of all existing municipalities on the Island of Montréal. She got her start in commercials then landed her first major role (of France Carignan) in the multi-million dollar feature film Nouvelle France opposite Gérard Depardieu and David Lahaye. She was nominated for a Genie Award for best performance by an actress in a supporting role for her work in that film.

Trivia: She played the role of Martine on the series 19-2.
Also see: Prix Iris – 2019.

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

Nouvelle-France (2004)
Familia (2005)
Histoire de famille (2006)
Déliverez-moi (2006)
Martyrs (2008)

Faits divers (2010, short)
La vérité (2011)
Role Play (2013, short)
Tu Dors Nicole (2014)
Darwin (2015)
Fog (2016, short)
Embrasse-moi comme tu m’aimes (2016)
La Chasse au Collet (2016)
Boost (2017)
The Gracefield Incident (2017)
Tadoussac (2017)
1991 (2018)
La beauté du monde (2018)
The Hummingbird Project (2018)
Loud: Médailles (VR-2019, short)
Fabuleuses (2019)
Les fleurs oubliées (2019)

The Ministry of Lewd Sexual Positions (voice, 2020, short)

TV Series – Cast:
Le berceau des anges (2015, mini-series)
L’Agent Jean: comment sauver le monde en 90 secondes (voice, 2018)
Fragile (2019)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Histoires de famille (2004)
The Foundation (2009)

Tu m’aimes-tu? (2012)
Féminin/Féminin (2014)
Les Jeunes Loups (2014)
19-2 (2016)
This Life (2016)
Real Detective (2016)
L’Académie (2017)

Juliette Gosselin is represented by:
Agence Artistique Duchesne
6031, avenue du Parc
Montréal (Québec) H2V 4H4

Phone: (514) 274-4607
Fax:(514) 274-0591
Email: info(at)agenceduchesne.com

1991, movie, poster,

Pascale Hutton

Pascxale Hutton, actress, Canadian,

B: June 14, 1979 in Creston, British Columbia

Pascale Hutton attended the conservatory program at the University of Alberta in Edmonton and began her career in local theatre productions in Edmonton. She had also done some voiceover work for radio prior to landing her first screen acting job. She is pictured above in her recurring role as Rosemary on the series When Calls the Heart.

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

Hollywood Wives: The New Generation (TV-2003)
Chicks with Sticks (2004)
The Clinic (TV-2004)
Ginger Snaps: Unleashed (2004)
Chaos (2005)
Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Mork & Mindy (2005)
Fantastic Four (2005)
A Simple Curve (2005)
Chaos (2006)
Presumed Dead (TV-2006)
The Art of War II: Betrayal (VR-2008)
Trial by Fire (TV-2008)
Shred (VR-2008)
Tornado Valley (TV-2009)
Revenge of the Boarding School Dropouts (VR-2009)

Elopement (2010)
Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010)
Badass Thieves (2010, short)
A Family Thanksgiving (TV-2010)
Behemoth (TV-2011)
Afghan Luke (2011)
Recipe for Love (TV-2014)
The Unspoken (2015)
Summer of Dreams (TV-2016)
S.W.A.T.: Under Siege (2017)
The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells (TV-2018)
Wedding of Dreams (TV-2018)

My One & Only (TV-2019)

You Had Me at Aloha (TV-2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Traveler (2007)
Intelligence (2007)

Arctic Air (2012-2014)
When Calls the Heart (2014-2021)

TV Series – Guest Appearances:
The Days (2004)
Dead Like Me (2004)
Life As We Know It (2004)
Smallville (2005, 2006)
Stargate: Atlantis (2005)
Reunion (2005)
The Collector (2006)
The Evidence (2006)
Psych (2006)
The Singles Table (2007)
The 4400 (2007
Reaper (2007)
Flashpoint (2008, 2009)
Royal Pains (2009, 2015)
Supernatural (2009)

Rookie Blue (2010)
Sanctuary (2010, 2011)
Fringe (2010, 2012)
Continuum (2012)
Once Upon a Time (2014)
The Perfect Bride (2017, 2019)
When Calls Hope (2019)
Christmas Cookie Matchup (2019)

Afghan Luke, movie poster
Poster for the 2011 movie Afghan Luke

Tygh Runyan

Tygh Runyan, actor,

B: June 13, 1976 in Vancouver, British Columbia

Tygh Runyan studied at Emily Carr College of Art at the same time as he was getting into acting. He has been nominated for three Leo Awards: in 2005 for “Short Drama: Best Musical Score” in White Out; in 2006 for “Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Feature Length Drama” in The French Guy; and in 2007 for “Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Feature Length Drama” in Mount Pleasant. He was also nominated for a Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award for his work in Various Positions. He played the role of Fabien Marchal in the opulent TV series, Versailles.

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

Judgment Day: The John List Story (TV-1993)
Power of Attorney (1995)
Once in a Blue Moon (1995)
Kitchen Party (1997)
Past Perfect (1998)
Disturbing Behavior (1998)
Our Guys: Outrage at Glen Ridge (TV-1999)
Touched (1999)
My Father’s Angel (1999)

Screwed (2000)
AntiTrust (2001)
15 Minutes (2001)
Come Together (2001)
Watchtower (2001)
K-19: The Widowmaker (2002)
Various Positions (2002)
Dad (2002)
Light Rapid Transit (2002)
Canadiana Blaze (2002)
The Atwood Stories: The Sunrise (TV-2003)
Emile (2003)
Twist (2003)
Bastards (2003)
Cable Beach (TV-2004)
Family Sins (TV-2004)
The French Guy (2005)
How to make a Canadian Film (2005)
Stanley’s Girlfriend (2006)
Snakes on a Plane (2006)
Trapped Ashes (2006)
Unnatural & Accidental (2006)
Mount Pleasant (2006)
Holiday Wishes (TV-2006)
Normal (2007)
Boot Camp (2007)
Thirst (2008)
My Inventions (2008)
Confessions of a Go-Go Girl (TV-2008)
Toronto Stories (2008)
The Good Friday (2009)
The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle (2009)
A Gun to the Head (2009)

Thirst (VR-2010)
Road to Nowhere (2010)
A Night for Dying Tigers (2010)
Recoil (2011)
Doppelganger Paul (2011)
The Hunt for the I-5 Killer (TV-2011)
Comforting Skin (2011)
Treasure Buddies (VR-2012)
Indie Jonesing (2013)
It’s Christmas, Carol! (TV-2012)
You Only Meet a Stranger Once (2012, short)
Glue (2012, short)
3 Days in Havana (2013)
When Calls the Heart (TV-2013)
Eclissi (2013, short)
Forget and Forgive (TV-2014)
They Wore Pink (2014, short)
Abby in the Summer (2013)
The Brother (2016)
Funeral Day (2016)
Dark Harvest (2016)

Thicker Than Water (TV-2019)

Blonde (2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Northwood (1991-1994)
The L Word
Traffic (2004, mini-series)
Still Life (2003-2004)
Kingdom Hospital (2004, mini-series)
Final days of Planet Earth (2006, mini-series)
Sabatical (2007)
SGU Stargate Universe (2009-2010)

Versailles (2015-2018)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Neon Rider (1994)
The Outer Limits (1996)
Mysterious Ways (2000)
Big Sound (2001)
John Doe (2002)
Dead Like Me (2003)
The L Word (2004, 2005)
Battlestar Galactica (2006, 2007)
Eureka (2007)
Sabbatical (2007)

The Listener (2014)
Motive (2016)

Credits as a Composer:
Red Deer (2000)
Dents in the Sky (2002)
Various Positions (2002)
White Out (2004)
Control Alt Delete (2009)

Percy Rodriguez

Percy Rodriguez, actor,

B: June 13, 1918 in Montréal, Québec
D: September 6, 2007 in Indio, California

Percy Rodriguez broke into film and series television by landing roles in episodic TV. One of his earliest appearances was on an episode of Naked City in 1963. Over the years he also made appearances on shows like The Wild Wild West, and Mission Impossible. Star Trek fans will recognize him as Commodore Stone in the episode: Court Martial. He played the neurosurgeon Dr. Harry Miles on the hit TV series, Peyton Place, which starred fellow Northern Star, Barbara Parkins. Sometimes credited as Percy Rodrigues, he was the ominous voice behind the narration in the theatrical, television and radio commercials used to promote the movie Jaws in 1975. Rodriguez died of kidney problems at age 89.

Learn more about Percy Rodriquez

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

No Longer Vanishing (1955, short)
Honey Bees and Pollination (1957, short)

David and Hazel: A Story in Communication (1964, short)
Trouble fête (1964)
Carol for Another Christmas (TV-1964)
The Plainsman (1966)
The Sweet Ride (1968)
The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (1968)

The Old Man Who Cried Wolf (TV-1970)
The Boy from Dead Man’s Bayou (TV-1971)
The Forgotten Man (TV-1971)
Come Back, Charleston Blue (1972)
Genesis II (TV-1973)
The Legend of Hillbilly John (1973)
Rhinoceros (1973)
The Last Survivors (TV-1975)
The Lives of Jenny Dolan (TV-1975)
Most Wanted (TV-1976)
The Astral Factor (aka Invisible Strangler, 1976)
Ring of Passion (TV-1978)
The Night Rider (TV-1979)

Galaxina (1980, voice)
Angel Dusted (TV-1981)
Heavy Metal (1981, voice)
Deadly Blessing (1981)
Brainwaves (1983)
This Girl for Hire (1983)
Captain EO (narrator, 1986, short)
Perry Mason: The Case of the Sinister Spirit (TV-1987)

TV Series – Cast:
Peyton Place (1968-1969)

The Silent Force (1970-1971)
Arthur Hailey`s The Moneychangers (1976, mini-series)
Roots: The Next Generation (1979, mini-series)

Sanford (1980)
The Atlanta Child Murders (1985, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Radisson (1957)

Festival – The Gambler (1962)
Naked City (1962)
The Nurses (1963)
Slattery’s People (1965)
Ben Casey (1965)
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1966)
Mission Impossible (1966, 1967, 1970)
Star Trek (1967)
The Fugitive (1967)
The Chrysler Theatre – Deadlock (1967)
Tarzan (1967)
Mannix (1967, 1969)
Daktari (1968)
Adventures in Rainbow Country (1969)
Then Came Bronson (1969)
The Name of the Game (1969, 1970)

Medical Center (1970, 1971, 1976)
Disneyland (1971)
Somerset (1971)
Ironside (1972)
Cannon (1972)
Banacek (1972)
Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law (1972)
The Sixth Sense (1972)
The Rookies (1973)
Faraday and Company (1973)
The Starlost (1973)
Shaft (1973)
Toma (1974)
Apples’ Way (1974)
Planet of the Apes (1974)
Good Times (1975)
Sanford and Son (1975)
Most Wanted (1976)
Gemini Man (1976)
Executive Suite (1976, 1977)
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (1977)
The Jeffersons (1977)
What`s Happening!! (1977)
James at 15 (1978)
The Duke (1979)

The Fall Guy (1981)
Dynasty (1982)
Benson (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985)
T.J. Hooker (1983)
Cutter to Houston (1983)

The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, movie poster

Scott Thompson

Scott Thompson, actor,
Photo of Scott Thompson © 2012 by Ralph Lucas. Used with permission.

B: June 12, 1959 in North Bay, Ontario

Scott Thompson, pictured at the launch of the 2012 Worldwide Short Film Festival in Toronto, was born in North Bay but grew up in Brampton, Ontario. He enrolled in York University but in his third year was asked to leave for being “disruptive”. He joined the comedy troupe The Love Cats, where he met Mark McKinney and they would go on to be founding members of The Kids in the Hall. They would go onto have have a regular series starting 1989 on CBC, and on HBO in the United States. From HBO the show moved to CBS for its fourth and fifth seasons. He was host of the 2004 Genie Awards. In March 2009, it was announced that Thompson had been diagnosed with B-cell non-Hodgkins gastric lymphoma, an aggressive form of stomach cancer. After four-months of radiation therapy and six rounds of chemotherapy, he said that he was cancer-free. Scott Thompson was part of Death Comes to Town on CBC in 2010 with fellow KITH alumni Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Mark McKinney, and Kevin McDonald.

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

Head Office (1986)
Hot Point (TV-1988)
Millennium (1989)
Day One (TV-1989)

Super 8-1/2 (1993)
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996)
Hijacking Hollywood (1997)
Hayseed (1997)
Mickey Blue Eyes (1999)

Tart (2001)
Kids in the Hall: Same Guys, New Dresses (2001)
The Red Sneakers (TV-2002)
Nobody Knows Anything! (2003)
My Baby’s Daddy (2004)
Ham & Cheese (2004)
Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story (TV-2004)
Stunt C*cks (2004)
The Pacifier (2005)
Burnt Toast (TV-2005)
Another Gay Movie (2006)
Split City (2007)
Who is KK Downey (2008)
Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild! (2008)
Girls Will Be Girls: Delivering Coco, Part I (2008)
The Last Word (2008, short)
An Elaborate Plan (2009)

Career Advice (2010)
The Queen’s Toast: A Royal Wedding Special (TV-2011)
The Immigrant (2012, short)
Patch Town (2014)
Degrassi: Don’t Look Back (TV-2015)
Bruno & Boots: Go Jump in the Pool (TV-2016)
Don’t Talk to Irene (2017)
The Go-Getters (2018)
Snowbound for Christmas (TV-2019)

Back Home Again (voice, 2021)

TV Series – Cast:
The Kids in the Hall (1989-)
The Larry Sanders Show (1995-1998)
More Tales of the City (1998, mini-series)

Further Tales of the City (2001, mini-series)
Providence (2001)
My Fabulous Gay Wedding (2005)
First Comes Love (2005)

Kids in the Hall: Death Comes To Town (2010)
But I’m Chris Jericho! (2013)
Hannibal (2013-2015)
What Would Sal Do (2016)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
The Campbells (1986)
Street Legal (1987)

Oddsville MTV (1997)
Tracey Takes On (1998)
Veronica`s Closet (1998)
Jesse (1999)
Star Trek: Voyager (1999)

Dharma & Greg (2001)
Odd Job Jack (2003)
Touched by an Angel (2003)
The Simpsons (voice, 2003, 2008, 2011, 2018)
Lilo & Stitch: The Series (voice, 2003)
Agua Teen Hunger Force (voice, 2004)
Grounded for Life (2004)
Puppets Who Kill (2005)
G-Spot (2005, 2006)
The Jane Show (2006)
Urban Rush (2006)
Carpoolers (2007)
Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! (2009)
Reno 911! (2009)

The Soup (2010)
The Ron James Show (2010, 2014)
ACME Saturday Night (2011)
She’s the Mayor (2011)
Dream Crushers (2011)
Wingin’ It (2011, 2012)
Comedy Bar (2012)
Rocket Monkeys (voice, 2013)
Fugget About It (2013)
The Colbert Report (2014)
Working the Engels (2014)
Spun Out (2014)
Dark Rising: Warrior of Worlds (2014)
Odd Squad (2014)
The Stanley Dynamic (2014)
SuperMansion (voice, 2015)
Man Seeking Woman (2016)
The Amazing Gayl Pile (2016)
American Gods (2017)
Pitch Off with Doug Benson (2017)
American Dad (2017)
Let’s Get Physical (2018)
Conan (2018)
The Beaverton (2018)
Save Me (2019)

Hey Lady! (2020)
Humour Resources (2021)

This poster for Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy was scanned from an original in the Northernstars Collection.
This poster for Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy was scanned from an original in the Northernstars Collection.

Gary Farmer

Gary Farmer, actor,

B: June 12, 1953 in Ohsweken, Ontario

Gary Farmer began his acting career coaching Native kids with the Native Theatre School in Toronto. His first theatrical role was in the Michael Cook play, On The Rim Of The Curve which was produced during the 1976 Olympics in Montréal.

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

Police Academy (1984)
The Undergrads (TV-1985)
Overdrawn at the Memory Bank (TV-1985)
Doing Life (TV-1986)
The Believers (1987)
The Big Town (1987)
Still Life (1988)
Blue City Slammers (1988)
Powwow Highway (1989)
Renegades (1989)

Sparks: The Price of Passion (TV-1990)
Plymouth (TV-1991)
The Dark Wind (1991)
Blown Away (1992)
Ed and His Dead Mother (1993)
Sioux City (1994)
Henry & Verlin (1994)
Demon Knight (1995)
Dead Man (1995)
Lilies (1996)
Moonshine Highway (TV-1996)
Smoke Signals (1998)
Stolen Heart (1998)
Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999)
Touched (1999)
Justice (TV-1999)
Heater (1999)

The Virginian (TV-2000)
Delivering Milo (2000)
Angels Don’t Sleep Here (2000)
The Score (2001)
Route 666 (2001)
Two Grey Hills (2001)
Skins (2002)
Adaptation (2002)
A Thousand Guns (2002)
Twist (2003)
The Republic of Love (2003)
The Big Empty (2003)
Sawtooth (2004)
Evergreen (2004)
A Thief of Time (2004)
3 Needles (2005)
One Dead Indian (TV-2006)
Disappearances (2006)
Doomstown (TV-2006)
One Night With You (2006)
Intervention (2006)
Elijah (TV-2007)
All Hat (2007)
California Indian (2007)
The Timekeeper (2008)
Powerball (2009, short)

A Windigo Tale (2010)
Bear Tung (2010, short)
Good Neighbours (2010)
A Bird in the Air (2011)
California Indian (2011)
Foreverland (2011)
The Loop (2011)
Ink: A Tale of Captivity (2011)
Path of Souls (2012)
Jimmy P. (2013)
Winter in Blood (2013)
Rez Carz (2014, short)
Peter and John (2015)
The Incredible 25th Year of Mitzi Bearclaw (2019)
First Cow (2019)
Blood Quantum (2019)
Santa Fake (2019)

Cowboys (2020)
The Dark Divide (2020)
Blood Brothers (2021)
The Boardinghouse Reach (2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Spirit Day (1984)

| Forever Night (1992-1993)
500 Nations (voice, 1995, mini-series)
The Rez (1996)

Dice (2001, mini-series)
Dreamkeeper (2003, mini-series)
Indian Summer: The Oka Crisis (2006, mini-series)
Moose TV (2006)
Easy Money (2008-2009)

Blackstone (2012)
The Red Road (2014)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
The Littlest Hobo (1983)
Spirit Bay (1984)
For the Record (1985)
Philip Marlowe98 (1988), Private Eye (1986)
Adderly (1986)
Miami Vice (1988)
iday the 13th: The Series (1989)

China Beach (1990)
E.N.G. (1992)
Street Legal (1993)
The Big Comfy Couch (1993)
The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon (1994)
The Rez (1996)
Promised Land (1997)
The New Ghostwriter Mysteries (1997)
The Pretender (1998)

The West Wing (2001)
The Job (2002)
Screech Owls (2002)
Skinwalkers: The Navajo Mysteries (2002)
Lord Have Mercy! (2003
Odd Job Jack (2003)
Mutant X (2003)
The Chris Isaak Show (2004)
This is Wonderland (2004, 2005)

Longmire (2013, 2017)
The Red Road (2014, 2015)
Zoo (2015, 2016)
Graves (2016)
Guilt Free Zone (2017)
Blackwater (2019)

Resident Alien (2021)
Rutherford Falls (2021)

Gary Farmer is represented by:
Gary Goddard Associates
10 Mary Street, Suite 305
Toronto, ON
M4Y 1P9

Good Neighbours, movie poster

Joshua Jackson

Joshua Jackson, actor,
Joshua Jackson in a photo from the 2016 series Years of Living Dangerously.

B: June 11, 1978 in Vancouver, British Columbia

Joshua Jackson was born in Vancouver to an American father and an Irish-born mother but grew up in California and then Seattle, Washington. He moved back to Vancouver with his mother and younger sister when he was about 8 years old. He became interested in acting at a very young age and began begging his mother, who worked as a casting director, to send him out on auditions when he was only nine. He landed a role in a commercial for Keebler`s Potato Chips, then scored his first big role as Charlie in the Mighty Ducks movie series. He currently divides his time between Los Angeles and Vancouver but he did live in Wilmington, North Carolina where the television program Dawson’s Creek was filmed. He is probably best known for the role of Pacey Witter on that series. He plays the role of Cole Lockhart on the steamy series The Affair. He spent part of 2018 on Broadway playing speech therapist James Leeds in a production of Children of a Lesser God.

Also see: Years of Living Dangerously.

Features & TV Movies:
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Crooked Hearts (1991)
The Mighty Ducks (1992)
Digger (1993)
Andre (1994)
D2: The Mighty Ducks 2 (1994)
Magic in the Water (1995)
Ronnie & Julie (TV-1996)
Robin of Locksley (1996)
D3: The Mighty Ducks (1996)
On The Edge of Innocence (TV-1997)
Scream 2 (1997)
Wind River (1998)
Apt Pupil (1998)
Urban Legend (1998)
Cruel Intentions (1999)
Muppets From Space (1999)

The Skulls (2000)
Gossip (2000)
The Safety of Objects (2001)
Lone Star State of Mind (2002)
The Laramie Project (2002)
I Love Your Work (2003)
Racing Stripes (2005)
Americano (2005)
Cursed (2005)
Aurora Borealis (2005)
The Shadow Dancer (2005)
Capitol Law (TV-2006)
Bobby (2006)
Battle in Seattle (2007)
Shutter (2008)
One Week (2008)

Pacey-Con (VR-2010)
Lay the Favorite (2012)
Inescapable (2012)
Sky (2015)
MENEW: Baby You’re Like a Drug (2016, short)

TV Series – Cast:
Dawson’s Creek (1998-2003)
Fringe (2008-2013)

The Affair (2014-2019)
When They See Us (2019, mini-series)

Little Fires Everywhere (2020, mini-series)
Dr. Death (2021)

TV Series – Guest appearances:

Champs (1996)
The Simpsons (voice, 2000)
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2016)

Poster for the movie One Week
Poster for the movie One Week

Camilla Scott

Camilla Scott

B: June 12, 1962 in Toronto, Ontario

A childhood dream of becoming a dancer helped drive Camilla Scott to fame as an actress, singer, and talk show host. She got her start in episodic television including roles on Adderly, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Katts and Dog and Friday the 13th. At home on television, film and stage, she starred in the Toronto productions of Mamma Mia and Crazy For You at the Royal Alexandra Theatre. Her daytime talk show was the number one rated show in Canada. Camilla Scott portrayed Inspector Meg Thatcher on the Canadian hit drama Due South.

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

Three Into Two Won’t Go (1969)

Workin’ for Peanuts (TV-1985)
Three Men and a Baby (1987)

Tommy Boy (1995)
The Oath (1997)
The Defenders: Taking The First (TV-1998)

Three Mothers (2010, short)
The Art of the Steal (2013)

TV Series – Cast:
Days Of Our Lives (1990-1991)
X-Men (1992)
The Camilla Scott Show (1996-1998)
Due South (1995-1998)
The Silver Surfer (voice, 1998)
Jake & Jill (1999)

The Guiding Light (2000)
The Berenstain Bears (voice, 2003, 2018-2019)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1988)
Friday the 13th (1989)

Katts and Dog (1992)
X-Men (1994)
RoboCop (1994)
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1995)
F/X: The Series (1996)
PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1999)

Doc (2003)
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2003)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2004)
Odd Job Jack (2005)
The Eleventh Hour (2005)
This Is Wonderland (2005, 2006)
Burn Up (2008)
Degrassi: The Next Generation (2008)

XIII: The Series (2012)
Time Tremors (2013)

The Art of the Steal, movie poster
Poster for the 2013 film The Art of the Steal

Adam Korson

Adam Korson, actor,

B: June 12, 1977 in Toronto, Ontario

Toronto-born Adam Korson graduated top of his class at the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts and began his career as an actor almost immediately. He played Harry Dacosta on the TV series, Seed. He plays Father Phil Orley in the 2021 series SurrealEstate.

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

Blind Eyes (VR-2003)
Breakfast with Scot (2007)
Nature of the Beast (TV-2007

The Contract (2011, short)
Normal (TV-2011)
Tipping Point (2012, short)
I Can Do It (2012, short)
Santa’s Little Ferrets TV-2014, short)
How Not to Propose (TV-2015)
The Unauthorized Beverly Hills, 90210 Story (TV-2015)
The Unauthorized Melrose Place Story (TV-2015)
South32 (2016)
Serialized (TV-2016)
In Vino (2017)
The Female Brain (2017)

The Stairs (2021)

TV Series – Cast:
Seed (2013-2014)
SurrealEstate (2021-)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
The Jon Dore Television Show (2009)

The Protector (2011)
2 Broke Girls (2011)
Emily Owens M.D. (2012)
The Glades (2013)
Signed, Sealed, Delivered (2014)
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (2014)
Hot in Cleveland (2015)
Castle (2015)
Real Rob (2015, 2017)
Imposters (2017)
Teachers (2019)
The Twilight Zone (2019)

Lucifer (2020)

Breakfast with Scot, movie poster

Genevieve Blinn

B: June 12, 1874 in Saint John, New Brunswick
D: July 20, 1956 in San Rafael, California

Born Genevieve Clothilde Namary, she took the name Blinn following her marriage to Irving L. Blinn from Los Angeles, California. They divorced in 1904. Blinn was the last member of an old theater family from Saint John. Her brother Ed Nannary was a stage actor in New York City and on the west coast. Her sister May performed as a star of the old Alcatraz Theater in San Francisco, California. Blinn`s career as a performer in movies began with a role as Countess de Moray in A Wife`s Sacrifice in 1916. She is best known for her role as Beth-Sheba in The Queen of Sheba that starred Betty Blythe in the title role. She also appeared in a number of films that starred Theda Bara including Cleopatra in 1917.

Features & TV Movies:
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A Wife’s Sacrifice (1916)
The Spider and the Fly (1916)
The Kingdom of Love (1917)
Tangled Lives (1917)
American Methods (1917)
Conscience (1917)
Cleopatra (1917)
The Rose of Blood (1917)
Madame Du Barry (1917)
True Blue (1918)
Salome (1918)
When a Woman Sins (1918)
The Rainbow Trail (1918)
The Woman Next Door (1919)
When Fate Decides (1919)
In Search of Arcady (1919)
The Last of the Duanes (1919)
Wings of Morning

The Tattlers (1920)
The Path She Chose (1920)
Sundown Slim (1920)
The Witching Hour (1921)
The Queen of Sheba (1921)
Crazy to Marry (1921)
Don’t Tell Everything (1921)
The Call of Home (1922)
If I Were Queen (1922)
The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln (1924)

Common Clay (1930)

Cleopatra, movie poster