Gemini-winning actor and writer Robb Wells hails from the East Coast of Canada. He is best known for his role as 'Ricky' in the award-winning hit TV series Trailer Park Boys. Robb co-wrote and starred in the series as well as the Trailer Park Boys feature ﬁlms and the live theatre shows. His numerous other credits include roles in the feature ﬁlms Virginia's Run, A Hole In One, Say Goodnight To The Bad Guys, Boondock Saints 2, Hobo With A Shotgun, and Would You Rather. Robb also co-wrote and starred in two short ﬁlms: One Last Shot and Cart Boy. His other credits include hosting and co-writing the East Coast Music Awards in 2006 and 2007, and appearances in the music videos The Darkest One, and Small Town Dead. Most recently Robb wrote, produced, and starred in the television series The Drunk And On Drugs Happy Funtime Hour.
Since the age of ten, Marthe Bernard has been acting in numerous independent films and commercials in St. John's. In 2008 she landed the role of Tinny on CBC's Republic of Doyle, which is now entering its third season. Marthe has also embraced theatre work in her young career, spending two years at Theatre school on the west coast of Newfoundland and at summer theatre festivals around Newfoundland. In 2009 she played the role of Molly in Rabbittown Theatre's acclaimed production of Sex, The Rules Of, which toured to the Halifax Fringe festival. She continues her acting training, most recently studying at workshops in Vancouver, BC and at RADA in London, England.
Ontario native Tony Nappo is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. Tony's 20 years of film and television credits include Mother's Day, Saw 2, Four Brothers, Land of the Dead, This Beautiful City, You Might As Well Live, Murder at 1600, Hank and Mike, Defendor, Better Than Chocolate, Who is Cletis Tout, King, The Bridge, Breakout Kings, DaVincis' Inquest, Intelligence, Bloodletting and Miraculous Cures, This is Wonderland, Slings and Arrows, The Republic of Doyle and many, many more. He has also worked regularly on Toronto stages. He will next be appearing in the Cosmonaut Sends a Message to The Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union at Canadian Stage.
Janet Kidder has enjoyed a prosperous career over 20 years, portraying numerous characters in TV and film. She recently was lauded for her co-starring role as JK Rowling's mother in Magic Beyond Words airing summer 2011. Other recent credits include guest-starring on the series Supernatural and a leading role in the The Boxer and The Kid. Kidder was nominated for best actress in her lead role in the series Tom Stone and soon after starred in the feature Ginger Snaps The Sequel, Defending our Kids - The Julie Posey Story and Wild Card before relocating to London England for a few years. While she was there, Janet appeared in Casualty, Doctors, Superstorm, The Legend Of Dick and Dom as well as starring in The Private Room during London's Fringe Festival.
Daniel Beirne started his career as an actor with a role alongside Jay Baruchel in The Trotsky. After supporting and leading roles in multiple features including I Heart Doomsday Best Male Performance, Fantastic Planet Film Festival and Peepers currently nominated for Best Feature, Canadian Comedy Awards Daniel produced and starred in a web series called The Bitter End, called by a few critics "the best Canadian sitcom of 2009" and was awarded "Best of the Web" accolades in both Canada and the US. Since then, Daniel has had much success with leading roles in two American television pilots, numerous plum roles including Life With Boys YTV, two BravoFACT shorts starring Patrick McKenna and Jacob Tierney, and a small part in Walter Salles' adaptation of On the Road, performing with one of his heroes, Steve Buscemi..
Mark O'Brien is best known for playing Des on the hit CBC series Republic of Doyle, which premieres its third season in January 2012. He has also appeared in many film and television roles, including; the CBC mini-series Above and Beyond, and the Sundance Film Festival official selection Grown Up Movie Star. Mark has also starred in numerous award-winning short films and appeared as a guest star on the SyFy hit series Warehouse 13 this past summer. He was nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award for his work on Republic of Doyle. As a filmmaker, Mark has had films in the Atlantic Film Festival, St. John's International Women's Film Festival, and last year travelled to Los Angeles to the LA Shorts Film Festival for the short film BRAD, that Mark produced, edited and starred in. He recently directed the short film Kathy which premiered at the 2011 Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax.
Andy Jones co-founded the Resource Centre for the Arts and The L.S.P.U. Hall in St. John's, Newfoundland, where he co-wrote, acted in, and directed many original productions. He worked with the well-known Newfoundland Comedy troupe CODCO in its theatrical form from 1974 to 1976; and in its television format from 1986 to 1991. He has performed in theatre productions across Canada. Andy has also written, performed and toured his three one-man shows: Out of the Bin National Tour 1984-85, Still Alive National tour 1994-95 and King O'Fun St. John's and Halifax. His film acting credits include Rare Birds, Random Passage, The Adventure Of Faustus Bidgood which he also co-wrote and co-directed, Life With Billy, A Secret Nation, Paint Cans, Coleslaw Warehouse, Brain Candy and Extraordinary Visitor.
Laura Dennis Cherry Bomb was cast on the spot after seeing her perform in the ring. A six-year veteran pro wrestler on the Canadian Indy Circuit, Laura has been around the world and back, dishing out beatings and looking; pretty at the same time. A regular in Japan, Laura does not need to overcome any language barriers for her unique brand of sports entertainment. Laura has won numerous championships and awards including Female Wrestler of the Year and is the darling of her native Toronto, Ontario. Laura currently resides in Canada when not flying on jet planes.