32 names.

Sort by: STARmeter▲ | A-Z | Height | Birth Date | Death Date
1. Keith Knight Keith Knight Actor, Meatballs
2. Trish Rainone Trish Rainone Actress, The Encounters Patricia (Trish) Rainone is an actress from Ontario, Canada. She earned a degree in Psychology & a Behavioural Sciences diploma. She, however, decided to pursue film, as she took a couple of film classes while earning her degree & she loves the creative outlet that acting provides her with. She believes...
3. Boomer Phillips Boomer Phillips Actor, Bounty Hunters All Boomer Phillips ever wanted to be was a firefighter but after obtaining a degree in Mechanical Engineering and graduating the Texas A&M University Fire Academy, a shortage of firefighter jobs made him reconsider his dreams. Boomer first stepped on a stand-up comedy stage in August of 2005. Within a year he was a finalist in three high profile comedy competitions: Yuk Yuks Toronto Laugh off...
4. Carla Collins Carla Collins Actress, The Caveman's Valentine Carla Collins is an award-winning comedian, actress, television host and writer. A gifted stand-up, she has been hailed by the press as "Canada's Tina Fey" and the "Queen of Comedy". Carla performs across North America and is currently a regular at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles and on tour with the renowned "Hot Tamales"...
5. Joanna Douglas Joanna Douglas Actress, Saw 3D: The Final Chapter
6. Jack Wetherall Jack Wetherall Actor, Santa Barbara
7. Vincent Landay Vincent Landay Producer, Her Vincent Landay has spent over 20 years producing with director Spike Jonze, a collaboration that has been fruitful ever since its start. Music videos for bands such as Arcade Fire, Kanye West & Jay Z, REM, Björk, Weezer, Fatboy Slim & the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and commercials for Nike, Adidas, The Gap, Ikea & Levis have lead to numerous awards including those from MTV...
8. Tanya Kim Tanya Kim Self, ETalk Festival Party Tanya Kim began her television career at MuchMusic. From there she was an interviewer for CTV's the Chatroom and a correspondent for the first two seasons of Canadian Idol. Kim has interviewed top pop culture icons Cher, Coldplay, David Bowie, Diddy, Janet Jackson, Jennifer Lopez and Kanye West In Kim's role as host of etalk...
9. Mark Shunock Mark Shunock Actor, Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice
10. Jeff Toyne Jeff Toyne Music Department, District 9 Jeff Toyne is a Canadian composer who is currently scoring DirecTV's second season of Rogue. In his music, Toyne blends orchestral virtuosity with cutting-edge music technology, creating a unique voice for each project. His feature film credits include Abel's Field (2013), Twist of Faith (2013), Dirty Girl (2011)...
11. Joe Nolan Joe Nolan Actor, Slap Shot "Indian" Joe Nolan was a minor-league hockey player in the Eastern Hockey League with the Clinton Comets and later with the Johnstown Jets. The Jets were the inspiration for the 1977 movie "Slap Shot" starring Paul Newman where Joe appears as "Clarence 'Screaming Buffalo' Swamptown," the head-dress wearing oldtimer brought in to try and help the Bulldogs defeat the Chiefs in the final game...
12. Phil Esposito Phil Esposito Self, Mystery, Alaska
13. Lee Chambers Lee Chambers Producer, Smoke Yourself Thin Although born in Canada, Lee's roots are in Yorkshire and he moved to England in 1995 to study in the film program at Leeds Metropolitan University. He made his directorial debut in 1996 with the award-winning Fujifilm Scholarship film, 'On the Roof' while studying in Leeds. As a screenwriter, his work has won him top prizes via the Manchester International Short Film Festival for his comedy...
14. Matthew Blecha Matthew Blecha Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Needful Things
15. Joe D'Addetta Joe D'Addetta Miscellaneous Crew, Scar
16. Megan Doble Megan Doble Actress, A Life
17. David G. Fremlin David G. Fremlin Art Department, X-Men
18. Cheyenne Bill Cheyenne Bill Actor, Rainbow Range Harold William (Harry) McKechnie was born on August 22, 1900 at Sioux Ste., Marie, Ontario, Canada. He went to Los Angeles in 1925 where he found work as a stuntman. One of his early jobs was on the original Beau Geste in 1926. Being handsome and athletic, Harry was soon noticed by Morris R. Schlank, who starred him...
19. Alexander Yarwood Alexander Yarwood Actor, House of Pain Alexander Yarwood was born in Sault Ste. Marie Ontario, Canada. He attended Anderson Collegiate and Henry Street Highschool in Whitby, Ontario, Fleming College and Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. He studied drama at Second City Toronto and the Gaiety School Of Acting in Dublin, Ireland under the tutelage of acting coach Kristian Marken. Currently residing in Toronto, Ontario.
20. Amber Sharp Amber Sharp Actress, Carrie Amber Lynn Sharp was born November, 12/1988 in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario/Canada. She moved to a small town of Bruce Mines,Ontario in grade 7 and went to highschool At Central Algoma Secondary School In Desbarats,Ontario. She started acting in school plays at a younger age and a bit through highschool but always wanted to be a hairstylist...
21. Brian Vallee Brian Vallee Writer, Life with Billy
22. Ron Francis Ron Francis Self, NHL: All-Access!
23. Damien Dommer Damien Dommer Actor, 2103: The Deadly Wake
24. Justin Colautti Justin Colautti Camera and Electrical Department, Chance Encounters
25. Tony Esposito Tony Esposito Self, The Novak Family
26. Lou Nanne Lou Nanne Actor, NHL on CBS
27. Roberta L. Bondar Roberta L. Bondar Self, Destiny in Space
28. Pete Ilarius Pete Ilarius Self, Winter Special
29. John Reed Hryszkiewicz John Reed Hryszkiewicz Camera and Electrical Department, Pontypool
30. Dani Taillefer Dani Taillefer Art Department, A Little Bit Zombie
31. Eric Wild Eric Wild Music Department, Meet the Navy
32. Jimmy Granato Jimmy Granato Self, Jazz Alley Jimmy Granato was a well-known Chicago clarinetist who played "traditonal" or "Dixieland revival" style jazz with Art Hodes, Jimmy Durante, Louis Armstrong, Smoky Stover, and many others. He has appeared on many records over the years, and has played in different orchestras featured in many films from the late 1920s and 1930s.
32 names.