With over 30 films and 200 hours of television experience, versatility, discipline and a solid work ethic have been the underpinnings of Adrian’s very successful 30-year acting career. His first series role came on the ABC television show, The Colbys and led to a role in the Broadway play, Bouncers, a guest role on the television show, Beauty and the Beast and his first film role in the film Last Rites, with Tom Berenger. After a starring role in Roger Corman’s, Masque of the Red Death, he became a series regular in the second season of the television series War of the Worlds, followed by four episode arc on the MGM Dark Shadows series. Adrian is internationally recognized for his role as Duncan Macleod, in Highlander-The Series and has also produced and directed both film and television projects.
Brittney Karbowski began voice acting right out of high school at ADV Films. She had so many great roles there it's hard to know where to start! She played Fuko in Gilgamesh, Mone in Yumeria, Himeko in Pani Poni Dash, Aoba in Jinki Extend ,and Ayu in Kanon. In 2007, she began working for Funimation playing Mai in My Santa. Shortly after she played Apis in One Piece , Anri in Sasami: Magical Girls Club, Ku in Shattered Angels, Sia in Shuffle,and Nina in Save Me Lollipop. In 2010, she landed the role of Black Star in Soul Eater. She also voiced Pride in Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, Ryou in Clannad, Yuri in AngelBeats, Ikaros in Heaven's Lost Property, Nanami in Chaos Head, Eve in Needless, Yamada in B Gata H Kei: Yamada's First Time, Chizuru in Hakuoki, Mikoto in A Certain Magical Index, Wendy In Fairytale, and Camie in My Hero Academia!
Hartley Sawyer is best known for his role as Ralph Dibny, aka The Elongated Man, CW’s The Flash, as part of the expanded Arrowverse. Hartley is an actor, writer and producer. He first became known to TV audiences in 2010 after landing the role of Brian Sommers in the TBS comedy Glory Daze, and has since gone on to play Bozeman Peacham opposite Kristin Chenoweth on the ABC comedy GCB, as Kyle Abbott on the long-running CBS daytime drama The Young & the Restless, as well as memorable guest appearances on the CBS sitcom The McCarthy’s and ABC’s Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23. Since then Hartley has gone on to do voice work in games like Call of Duty III, and play Dagr in the Geek & Sundry superhero comedy Caper.
Laura Vandervoort is a versatile actress who got her start at age 13, on "Goosebumps" and then "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" Best known for her roles on the television shows "Smallville" and "V," Laura has also more recently starred in Syfy's "Bitten" and the most recent incarnation of the Saw film franchise - "Jigsaw". This year see's her as the lead on the Soska Sister's reimagination of "Rabid" and shooting "V Wars" for Netflix alongside Ian Somerhalder. She hasn't left behind her Supergirl roots though, guest starring as Indigo on the CW's "Supergirl" series.
Laurie Holden is an American-Canadian actress and human rights activist. She got her first break as Rock Hudson's daughter in Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles. Holden's most notable roles include starring opposite Jim Carrey in Frank Darabont's film The Majestic. Her memorable roles are in such hits as Fantastic Four (where she played Michael Chiklis' love interest), playing cult hero Cybil Bennett in Christophe Gans' artistic-horror video game adaptation of Silent Hill, and co-starring as Amanda Dumfries opposite Marcia Gay Harden and Thomas Jane in Stephen King's The Mist. Holden starred as Olivia Murray in FX's critically acclaimed series The Shield and is well known as Andrea AMC's critically acclaimed The Walking Dead, based on the graphic novel series. Holden starred opposite Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels, and Jennifer Lawrence in Dumb and Dumber To as Adele Pichlow and more recently has appeared on The Americans and is currently promoting Dragged Across Concrete featuring a role beside Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn.
LeVar Burton launched his acting career while still a student at the University of Southern California. Cast in the groundbreaking role of Kunta Kinte in the landmark television series “Roots,” at 19 he found himself on the cover of Time Magazine. A seemingly impossible act to follow, Burton managed to do so in dramatic fashion, achieving further global acclaim as Chief Engineer Geordi La Forge in the iconic “Star Trek: The Next Generation” television series and in feature films. However, it has been his role as host and executive producer of the beloved PBS children’s series “Reading Rainbow” of which he is most proud. Airing from 1983 to 2009, it was not only one of the longest-running children’s television shows in history, but also one of the most acclaimed, earning over 200 awards including multiple Emmy's and a Peabody. With millions of fans throughout the world, Burton continues his mission to inspire, educate and entertain.
Pat Mastroianni is a Canadian actor best known for his role as Joey Jeremiah on the Degrassi series of television shows. Pat has also had movie roles in Godzilla, 40 is the new 20 and in a host of TV shows, most notably: Dark Matter, Bitten, Suits, and Beauty and the Beast.
Stacie Mistysyn is an American-born Canadian actress best known for her role as Caitlin Ryan on Degrassi Junior High/Degrassi High and for reprising her role as Caitlin on Degrassi: The Next Generation. Mistysyn also played Lisa Canard on the series' The Kids of Degrassi Street, which ran from 1979 to 1986