(The Revenant, CW’S Arrow, CW’s Supernatural, Woody Woodpecker)
Adrian Glynn McMorran is a Canadian actor and musician. Recent film credits include The Revenant and Woody Woodpecker and recent TV credits include Arrow, Charmed and Supernatural. Adrian has released three solo records of his music (as Adrian Glynn) and another three with his modern folk band, The Fugitives. He has toured to more than twelve countries and been nominated for multiple songwriting and theatrical awards, most recently as Songwriter of the Year for the Canadian Folk Music Awards. He lives in Vancouver, BC.
(Netflix’s You, Caprica, Kyle XY, Continuum, Green Inferno, Butterfly Effect)
Fresh off of shooting VOLITION, Magda has just been cast as a series lead in Season II of the Netflix hit, YOU. Magda is best known for her roles as Andy Jensen on the series KYLE XY, as Lacy Rand on Syfy’s BATTLESTAR GALACTICA spin-off CAPRICA, and as Emily on the futuristic science-fiction series CONTINUUM. She has also played lead roles in Eli Roth’s Green Inferno and the cult classic, The Butterfly Effect.
(Seven, Alive, Continuum, Get Carter)
As a member of the legendary Actor’s Studio, John Cassini’s first Hollywood role was in the survival epic, ALIVE. This multiple Gemini Nominee (honouring the best in Canadian television) has had the distinction of playing regular series leads on both of Canada’s number one television shows: the award-winning Intelligence, and the critically praised comedy Robson Arms. John’s small screen credits include recurring roles on CBS’s The Handler, Fox’s Brimstone, and Stephen King’s Kingdom Hospital. John has over 50 Guest Star appearances that include multiple episodes on NYPD Blue, ER, The Practice, and the new Jerry Bruckheimer CBS drama Eleventh Hour. His roles in mini-series’ include NBC’s 10.5 and 10.5 the Apocalypse, Traffic, and Final Days of Planet Earth. John also has an impressive list of big screen credits as well. John co-wrote, produced and starred in the award winning independent film Break A Leg starring Molly Parker, Jennifer Beals, Sandra Oh, Kevin Corrigan and Eric Roberts. John’s other feature film credits include: The Game, Seven, Alive, Paycheck,and Get Carter, among others.
(Good Fellas, Watchmen, Moonstruck, Blackstone)
Frank has been a working actor for over 30 years in Film, TV, and Theatre, accumulating an extensive resume while living in New York, Los Angeles and currently Vancouver. Selected credits include – VOLITION, WATCHMEN, LITTLE BROTHER OF WAR (Leo Award nominee), BREAK A LEG, JAMES DEAN, FOR A FEW LOUSY DOLLARS (Leo Award nominee), and has had the privilege of working with Martin Scorsese in GOODFELLAS and Norman Jewison in MOONSTRUCK. Frank is the recipient of the 2012 Leo Award for Best Supporting Actor in the Canadian Dramatic Series BLACKSTONE. Some of his other TV appearances include recurring and guest starring roles in CULT, ROGUE, SUPERNATURAL, CONTINUUM, THE KILLING, and THE BRIDGE (a regular for a season.), INTELLIGENCE, STARGATE SG-1 – dating all the way back to X- FILES, AND MIAMI VICE. He is a member of The Actor’s Studio in both NY and LA, since 1997.
(Planet of the Apes, Snow Piercer, Cold Pursuit, Van Helsing, Dirk Gently)
The Winnipeg-born Paunovic was a Canadian championship boxer before landing lead roles in series ranging from iZombie, Continuum, and Dirk Gently, to the role of Julius, the vampire leader-turned-human in Van Helsing. Paunovic recently played alongside Liam Neeson in Cold Pursuit, and across from Keanu Reeves in Siberia. He is also well known for his role as Winter in the Planet of the Apes franchise.
(Chappie, Strange Empire, Stargate SG-1, Godzilla)
Bill Marchant is a Vancouver-based writer, actor and director. As an actor, Bill is best known his work on Strange Empire, Stargate SG-1, Chappie and Davinci’s Inquest. As a writer/director, his debut film, Everyone, was the winner of the Zenith D’Or at the Montreal World Film Festival and the Amex Award for Best Film at Vancouver International Film Festival. His latest play, Blaze Orange, was chosen to be workshopped at the Citadel Writer’s Forum in Edmonton.