Category archives: Actors / Bio

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Timothy Webber

Timothy was born “away” (i.e. far from the maritime homelands), scion of a Nova Scotian mother and a Newfoundland father. When he was two, his family returned to the east coast, where he stayed until he was twenty. Son (and grandson) of a preacher, he managed to glean a fine classical education (including latin and greek), starting with memorizing large tracts of the King James Version. This, he feels, has served him well in his chosen profession. While considering following in the footsteps of his forefathers, he took the fateful step of joining an amateur theatre company at Memorial Universi[...]
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E.J. Carroll

E.J. has established a career that covers work on stage, screen, television and voice-overs for radio and TV. His best-known work includes his recurring role as Sheriff Victor Sickles on HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," his role as Ballistics Expert Kevin Bracken on "Law & Order," as well as big screen credits such as "The Wrestler" directed by Darren Aronofsky,"Everybody's Fine" directed by Kirk Jones and "The Cake Eaters" directed by Mary Stuart Masterson. He is currently heard as the voice of Canada's "Molson 67 "Guyet" campaign.
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Angela Asher

Angela Asher was modeling internationally when on a lark in the early 90's she decided to audition to get into a master class with the late great acting coach Michael Shurtleff. She considers herself to be a character actress beyond anything else – moving easily between comedy and drama. Angela is quickly becoming one of Canada's foremost versatile actresses. She has worked opposite prominent stars such as Academy Award winners Judy Davis and Richard Dreyfus in the Paul Mazursky directed COAST TO COAST; Emmy nominated Gary Oldman in INTERSTATE 60; Academy Award nominated Tom Berenger in TRUE [...]
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Carl Marotte

Born in Trios-Rivieres Quebec and raised in Montreal, Carl started his acting career at the tender age of 12, when cast out of the famed Montreal children's theatre by the N.F.B. for the short film "All the years of her life". He went on to study at the Dome theatre school in Montreal, graduating in 1979. Since he has appeared in dozens of films, alongside Sharon Stone, Mary Tyler Moore, James Garner among many others. Nominated for 2 gemini awards he is also the star of one of the longest running shows in Quebec television history, "Lance et compte."
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Patrick Collins

Patrick Collins is a veteran actor working non stop for 40 years, from the early years with The Jefferson’s, Little House On The Prairie, Give Me A Break, Welcome Back Kotter, Magnum PI, ER, Hill Street Blues, St. Elsewhere just to name a few.  Patrick also starred in Garry Marshall’s Young Doctors In Love, Exit 10, (winner of the New York Film Festival and the American Film Festival) The Emmy Award winning Juggler of Notre Dame and The Dirt Bike Kid, as well as many other supporting roles in many films.  He has guest starred on numerous episodes of Law & Order, Law & Order SVU, Law &a[...]
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Jordyn Negri

From an early age, Canadian born Jordyn Negri showed a passion for the arts, competing in dance, singing with the Toronto Children’s Chorus, and acting in stage plays. She entered the professional acting arena when she was 9 years old. Jordyn’s first television role was on “Warehouse 13” with Eddie McClintock and Jamie Murray. She then filmed an episode of “Good Dog” with the award winning Ken Finkleman. Her first feature film was “A Fish Story”, written and produced by Sam Roberts, where she played the supporting lead role of Charlie working along side Eddie McClintock once again. Jordyn the[...]
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Steven Yaffee

A native of Toronto, Steven began acting in his late teens. Most recently, he made his stage debut playing Billy Narracott in the highly acclaimed stage production of “War Horse” in Toronto, the longest running and most successful play in Canadian history. His feature film credits include starring roles in “Growing Op” and “Unrivaled”. Steven’s varied television work includes “Rookie Blue”, “Flashpoint”, “MVP”, “Combat Hospital”, “Warehouse 13”, “Aaron Stone”, “Lost Girl”. Steven is an avid baseball player as well as a competitive ice and roller hockey player.[...]
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Jamie Spilchuk

Jamie has accumulated a decent amount of air miles in the last five years as he splits his time between Toronto and Los Angeles.  He has appeared on a number of shows including: SUITS, FLASHPOINT, TRANSPORTER, BEING ERICA and is currently filming HARD ROCK MEDICAL where he playsone of the lead medical students.  Last year he starred alongside Tom Cavanagh and Fred Willard in THE BIRDER, a movie slated for a Fall 2013 release.  One of Jamie's most memorable films has to be ‘a fish story’.  The two and a half month shoot in Northern Canada could only be described as paradise as the people were [...]
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Sam Roberts

Born and raised in Montreal, Sam relocated to New York City more than 30 years ago. In 2011, he returned to Canada to produce his award winning screenplay, 'a fish story' - a family drama set in wilderness lake country. Sam’s love of the outdoors, passion for fishing, and the loving memory of his late father are the inspirations for the film. “The film based on a true story about my dad and family with - a little,’wouldn’t it be wonderful if’ - thrown in.” His film company, Urban Lumberjack Films partnered with Equinoxe Films and Aisha Productions to produce the movie. In addition to [...]
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Jayne Heitmeyer

Jayne Heitmeyer starred in three seasons of Gene Roddenberry’s Emmy/Gemini -nominated EARTH: FINAL CONFLICT and the ABC series SIRENS. Other credits include playing Swedish opera singer Jenny Lind in the Emmy-nominated miniseries P.T.BARNUM with Beau Bridges, and recurring roles on Showtime's STREET TIME and the critically acclaimed HBO Canada miniseries DURHAM COUNTY. She was cast by Brian DePalma in his feature film SNAKE EYES with Nicolas Cage, co-starred in TWO THOUSAND AND NONE with John Turturro, BEYOND REDEMPTION with Andrew McCarthy , the family dramas BELIEVE with Ben Gazzara and SOUT[...]