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Gerry Mendicino

b. 1950 in North Bay, Ontario

Northern Stars CollectionGerry Mendicino is represented by

Noble Caplan Abrams
1260 Yong Street
2nd Floor
Toronto, Ontario M4T 1W6
416.920.5385 FAX: 416-920-6343

Hollis McLaren

Hollis McLaren, actress,

b. 19??

Hollis McLaren

Hollis McLaren is represented by:

Rebecca Bailey
Emmerson Denny Personal Management
119 Portland Street
Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2N4
Booking: 416-504-9666
Management: 416-504-3923
Fax 416-504-7454
E-mail: booking@emmerson.ca

b. Saskatchewan

David Haydn-Jones began his professional career when he was 16 in musical variety shows. Later he moved to Montreal to go to McGill University where he took a minor in Theatre. He also took acting classes with Kurt Reis in Toronto and at the Stuart Rogers Master Class in Los Angeles. He has worked network television, independent film, and theatre. He costars as in the CBC series, Rumours. He lives in Los Angeles but maintains dual Canadian-US citizenship.

Official website

Features & TV Movies:
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TV Series – Guest Appearances:


Features & TV Movies:
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Tunnel (2000)
Xchange (2000)
The Art of War (2000)
Hidden Agenda (2001)
Stiletto Dance (TV-2001)
Heist (2001)
Federal Protection (2002)
The Case of the Whitechapel Vampire (TV-2002)
Lathe of Heaven (TV-2002)
Levity (2003)
Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story (TV-2003)
Student Seduction (TV-2003)
Going for Broke (TV-2003)
The Human Stain (2003)
Timeline (2003)
Chasing Freedom (TV-2004)
The Wool Cap (TV-2004)
Deadly Isolation (TV-2005)
Human Trafficking (TV-2005)
Lucky Number Slevin (2006)
Pretty Dead Flowers (2006)
End of the Line (2006)
The Last Kiss (2006)
Young Triffie (2006)
I’m Not There (2007)
Le Piège américain (2008)

TV Series – Guest Appearances:
Largo Winch (2003)
Temps dur (2004)
Durham County (2007)

Kathryn Haggis


Features & TV Movies:
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Twisted Sheets (1996)
Dangerous Offender: The Marlene Moore Story (TV-1996)
Hidden in America (TV-1996)
Critical Choices (TV-1996)
The Real Blonde (1997)
A Cool, Dry Place (1998)
Detroit Rock City (1999)

Dirty Pictures (TV-2000)
Range of Motion (TV-2000)
Walter and Henry (TV-2001)
My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)
Guilt by Association (TV-2002)
A Very Married Christmas (2004)
The Dark Hours (2005)
Our Fathers (TV-2005)
Four Brothers (2005)
The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio (2005)
Twitches (TV-2005)
It`s a Boy Girl Thing (2006)
Breakfast with Scot (2007)

TV Series – Episodic:
PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1996)
The Newsroom (1997)
Queer as Folk(2001)
Odyssey 5 (2002)
1-800-Missing (2003)
Wonderfalls (2004)
Kevin Hill (2004)
Tilt (2005)

Northern Stars – Gary Basaraba

Maude Guérin is represented by:Agence Goodwin839 East, Sherbrooke Street, suite 200Montreal (Quebec)H2L 1K6Telephone : 514 598-5252Fax : 514 598-1878E-mail : artistes@goodwin.agent.ca

Christopher Chapman

B: January 25, 1927 in Toronto, Ontario
D: October 24, 2015 in Uxbridge, Ontario

Christopher Chapman was a writer, director and cinematographer whose early films concentrated on nature and the environment. Born in Toronto, his twin, Francis was born just before him, just before midnight on January 24, 1927. His father was the distinguished Toronto architect Alfred Chapman and his mother the concert pianist Doris Chapman. Christopher Chapman’s first film, The Seasons, ran 18 minutes and was produced in colour and funded by Imperial Oil, won the Canadian Film of the Year in 1954, and A Place to Stand received two Academy Award nominations and won the Oscar for Best Live-Action Short in 1968. Chapman was the first Canadian filmmaker to receive an Oscar outside of the NFB. A Place to Stand was also named Canadian Film of Year at the Canadian Film Awards (CFA). He was awarded the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts medal for distinguished contribution to the art of cinematography and presented with the first Ontario Film Institute Award for his distinguished achievements and significant contribution to the development of the Canadian film. He is the recipient of the 1967 Centennial Medal, the 1977 Jubilee Medal and the Commemorative Medal for the 125th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation. Chapman was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada in 1987, and awarded a Doctor of Laws by Ryerson University in 2000. Chapman served as president of both the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and the Directors Guild of Canada. Chapman was 88 when he died at the Reachview Village long-term care facility in Uxbridge, Ontario

These are his credits as a Director.

Features & TV Movies:

The Seasons (1953)
Quetico (1958)

Village in the Dust (1961)
Saguenay (1962)
The Enduring Wilderness, 1963 (cinematographer)
Lewis Mumford on the City, Part 1: The City – Heaven and Hell (co-director, 1963)
Lewis Mumford on the City, Part 2: The City – Cars or People? (co-director, 1963)
Lewis Mumford on the City, Part 3: The City and Its Region (co-director, 1963)
Magic Molecule (co-director, 1964)
The Persistent Seed (1964)
A Place to Stand (1967)

Impressions: 1670-1970 (1970)
Ontario (1970)
Toronto the Good (1973)
Volcano (1973)
A Sense of Humus (1976)

Saskatchewan: Land Alive (1980)
Kelly (1981)
Pyramid of Roses (1982)
The Wilderness 3D(1984)
Crown 3D (1986)
Expo 86 (1986)

Avril Lavigne

Avril Lavigne, singer, actress,

B: September 27, 1984 in Napanee, Ontario

Avril Lavigne is a hugely successful singer-songwriter. Her songs have been used in the soundtracks of dozens of movies and television shows. She added acting to her many outstanding talents in 2006. She provides the voice for the 3D animated character of Snow White in the 2017 feature Charming 3D. As of 2016, her songs have been used in almost 100 films.

Official Website

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Over the Hedge (voice, 2006)
Fast Food Nation (2006)
The Flock (2007)

Charming 3D (voice, 2017)