David’s acting career began at age 5, where he landed a national Nickelodeon Sponge Bob commercial. At age 7, David landed a role in a Todd Solondz’s film due to his talented break-dancing moves. His first leading role came a year later in the film remake of “The Little Fugitive.” When David isn’t acting, he is enjoying Golf. He competes in nationwide dance competitions and being a self-taught pianist, his love for music has now lead him to debut as a singer.
William James Sibree Tudor was born on April 11 1987, in London to two doctors and comes from a medical family, at one time considering following in his parents’ foot-steps. Brought up in the Stratford-upon-Avon area Will read English at Leicester University graduating in 2008, and it was here, whilst playing the lead in Marlowe’s ‘Doctor Faustus’ that he realized that an acting career was for him. On graduation he enrolled at the Central School of Speech and Drama, where his roles included the title in ‘Richard III’ and Sky Masterson in ‘Guys and Dolls’. Leaving the school with a B.A. in acting in 2011 Will made his television debut in a small part in ‘Great Expectations’. Since then he has been seen in substantial television roles in ‘Game of Thrones’ as a saucy young man who rarely seems to wear any clothes, as a sympathetic robot in ‘Humans’ and in the period drama ‘Mr Selfridge’. (Via IMDB)
Maxim has over 100 film and television credits to her name, Regensis, Heartland, Defying Gravity just to name a few. In 2009, Maxim was nominated for a Jutra (Quebec Oscars) for best supporting actress in the indie-film, ADAM’S WALL. The Montreal beauty has also been named one of “Canada’s 25 Most Beautiful Stars” by Star! Magazine and “The Sexiest and Most Beautiful Popular Actress” by ICI Montreal. Aside from her passion for acting, Maxim is an activist who actively devotes herself to several organizations such as Greenpeace and is the spokesperson for ANEB (a non-profit organization to help those affected by eating disorders) and Ecosphere(environmental event with more than 190 exhibitors and 40 conferences) (via IMDb)
Kaitlyn is an actor for film and television with a degree from York University in Psychology. Kaitlyn first started out in the industry as a print model in ad campaigns and billboards for companies such as Virgin Mobile, Dentyne Ice, FUZE fruit drinks, and RBC for the 2010 TIFF before starting her career as an actress. (via IMDb)
Kevin was born and raised in Canada, and is of Brazilian decent, fluent in English and Portuguese. Before acting, he began figure skating a month before he turned seven and since has travelled to 12 different countries to compete internationally for Brazil, placing 27th at the 2010 World Championships in Italy. Though Kevin began modeling and doing commercials at the age of 12, he put his acting career on hold throughout his teenage years to focus on accomplishing his goal of being a world competitor in figure skating. At the age of 19, he came back to acting by starting to train at Armstrong Acting Studios and has since worked on projects such as Degrassi, Saving Hope and Disney’s How To Build A Better Boy.
Raymond was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. Bitten by the performance bug, on stage as Young Simba in The Lion King at the Princess of Wales theatre, at age 11, Raymond has enjoyed performing and entertaining ever since. He achieved international recognition for his role on Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001).
The youngest of three girls, Christina was born just outside Toronto. She carried a double major of theater and dance at the prestigious Arts York at Unionville High School. She went on to further her training at the Ryerson Theatre School of Toronto, among such alumni as Eric McCormack and David James Elliott.
Jon Cor is a twenty something year-old living himself to death in Toronto, ON. He booked his first audition for a major film franchise while courting multiple agencies at the end of the second year of the Theatre Arts and Performance program at Fanshawe College in London, ON.
Mimi Kuzyk is a Winnipeg born actress, best know for her roles in the series Hill Street Blues and Blue Murder. Mimi grew up in Winnipeg with her brother and five sisters. She discovered her love of dance at the age of eight.
Mimi’s film credits include Camille opposite Sienna Miller and James Franco, The Human Stain starring Anthony Hopkins and Nicole Kidman, as well as the Sci-fi thrillers Final Cut with Robin Williams and The Day After Tomorrow.