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Dan Levy

Daniel Levy began his television career as a co-host of MTV Canada's flagship show MTV Live and later co-wrote, co-hosted, and co-produced the critically acclaimed ratings hit The After Show and its various incarnations including The Hills: The After Show and The City: Live After Show. Levy also wrote, produced, and starred in his own Christmas special for MTV, Daniel Levy's Holi-Do's & Don'ts for MTV and co-hosted the MTV Movie Awards Red Carpet, the X-Factor pre-show, and national coverage of the Vancouver Olympic Games for CTV. Levy's acting roles include Degrassi: The Next Generation and the thriller Off Line. He made his film debut opposite Tina Fey in Admission.

In 2013, Levy formed Not A Real Company Productions (with his father Eugene Levy and principals Andrew Barnsley and Fred Levy) to produce Schitt's Creek, a half-hour single cam comedy for CBC/ITV. Levy is the co-creator, co-executive producer, and writer of Schitt's Creek and stars alongside Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Annie Murphy, and Chris Elliott.

In March 2016, Levy won the Best Writing in a Comedy Series award at the Canadian Screen Awards and, as Executive Producer, shared the CSA for Best Comedy with Eugene Levy, among others. He was also nominated for Lead Actor in a Comedy. Schitt's Creek swept the Canadian Screen Awards, winning nine of a possible 10 categories, including Lead Actress in a Comedy (Catherine O'Hara); Lead Actor in a Comedy (Eugene Levy); Best Direction in a Comedy (Paul Fox); Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy (Chris Elliott); and Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy (Emily Hampshire); among others.

Chaz Bono

Chaz Bono is an LGBT rights advocate, three time author, speaker and the only child of famed entertainers Sonny and Cher. Chaz's decision to come out as a Lesbian in 1995 prompted his public work in support of LGBT rights and social justice.

Chaz has contributed as a writer-at-large to The Advocate and in 1996 became the Human Rights Campaign's National Coming Out Day spokesperson. Chaz also served as Entertainment Media Director for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), and continues to speak at dozens of universities and LGBT events every year.

An acclaimed author, Chaz has written three books including Transition, which was released by Dutton in May of 2011. Transition is his groundbreaking and candid account of a forty-year struggle to match his gender identity with his physical body and his transformation from female to male.

Adding to his multiple hyphenated talents, he has shared his life and experiences in the three-time Emmy nominated documentary, "Becoming Chaz."

"Intimate and nakedly honest, the documentary reveals the humanity and courage it takes for Chaz to ultimately embrace his true self." The film received a standing ovation at its Sundance debut and was predicted to be a breakthrough in molding the American conversation about transgender issues by Rosie O'Donnell. The world television premiere of the documentary aired on the Oprah Winfrey Network and garnered excellent ratings.

In 2011, Chaz signed on to compete with 11 other celebrities in the 13th season of ABC's hit show, Dancing With The Stars. He was very excited to compete athletically and continue to create awareness and impact change for the LGBT community.

Most recently, Bono has appeared on the small screen with cameo appearances on ABC Family's "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" and Teen Nick's long running series "Degrassi." Chaz recently starred in a 30 Minute Musical adaptation of Patrick Swayze's Roadhouse featuring Bono singing original songs as he played the role of Tinker. Continuing his passion for acting, Chaz forges ahead with future acting endeavors.

Landon Liboiron

Landon Liboiron stars in the new Eli Roth series, Hemlock Grove, which airs on Netflix. Prior to that, he starred in the Steven Spielberg series for Fox, Terra Nova, as well as recurred on the CW series, Life Unexpected. He has also worked extensively on Canadian productions, including a series regular role on the popular teen drama "Degrassi: The Next Generation." Liboiron also starred opposite Eva Mendes and Patricia Arquette in the independent film, Girl in Progress, as well as in the independent film, The Howling: Reborn. Other film credits include Daydream Nation,Passchendaele and Altitude.

Amy Forsyth

Ontario native Amy Forsyth stars in the upcoming Hulu Original Series, "The Path." The drama, which premiered on March 30th, 2016, follows the mysterious world of the cult-like Meyerist Movement in upstate New York.

In the series, Forsyth plays Ashley Fields, a smart, passionate, high school student who is caring almost to a fault. While dealing with a personal crisis Ashley befriends Hawk (Kyle Allen), a member of the Meyerist Movement, who is the son of characters played by Aaron Paul and Michelle Monaghan.

Forsyth's love for performing arts began with ballet at her local dance studio in Stouffville, a small town Northeast of Toronto. She then transitioned to musical theatre and fell in love with the stage. Following ten years of performing, Forsyth signed with an agent in hopes of exploring film and television. After contemplating enrolling in a post secondary theatre program, she decided to go straight into the industry and has not looked back.

In addition to "The Path", Forsyth has appeared in guest-starring roles on shows such as, The CW's "Reign, " "Degrassi: The Next Generation," "The Lizzie Borden Chronicles," as well as a multi-episode arc on Syfy's "Defiance."

Forsyth has enjoyed giving back to the community through organizations including Free The Children-dedicated toward eliminating the exploitation of children and empowering youth, Out of the Cold-a program that provides food, clothing, and shelter for those in need, and Mission to Haiti Canada-the chapter of MTH working to fundraise and raise awareness for efforts in Haiti. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, watching movies, playing guitar, rock climbing, yoga, and playing with her new puppy, Charlie.

Evan Williams

Evan Williams was born in Alberta, Canada, and spent most of his childhood in Calgary. He credits his father, an engineer, and his mother, a professional artist, for their generosity in supporting him as he sought out his own creative outlet. He performed first in choir and musical theater productions with the local church, traveling to Moscow as part of a street performance troupe. Evan began to think seriously about a career in acting after being cast as the title role in 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' in high school. He then joined the Summerstock Conservatory where he performed a number of musicals in downtown Calgary, and was the recipient of the Phyllis Pope Award for Best Performance for his portrayal of the eccentric Rabbi in 'Fiddler On the Roof' in 2004. A graduate of Ryerson Theatre School, Evan gained recognition internationally on 'Degrassi: The Next Generation' in the role of Kelly Ashoona. In addition, Evan has appeared in a number of popular television shows including 'The Border', 'Instant Star', and 'Being Erica' as well as appearing in films such as "A Flesh Offering" and HBO's "Grey Gardens" in which he appears alongside Drew Barrymore. Evan starred as Baxter McNab in the series 'Baxter' which is set in a performing arts high school, allowing Evan to display some of his musical ability both vocally and on the piano/guitar. Evan was also the lead in Hallmark Channel's "The National Tree" appearing opposite Andrew McCarthy. On the stage, Evan has most recently starred as Chet in Sam Shepard's "Cowboys #2" with the Candles Are For Burning Co-op. Evan currently resides in Los Angeles.

Cassie Steele

Toronto native Cassie Steele joins the cast of THE L.A. COMPLEX as Abby. The aspiring Canadian actress is best known for her role as Manny Santos on 10 seasons of the internationally acclaimed drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation. Cassie was a 2003 nominee and the 2002 winner of a Young Artist Award for Best Ensemble Actor in a TV Series for her portrayal of Manny Santos. THE L.A. COMPLEX will premiere in Canada starting on January 12, 2012.

Cassie's other television credits include a lead role in the Disney MOW Lamont's Maccabees, young Sydney in the series Relic Hunter (2002 Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a TV Drama Series), Julie in Full Court Miracle (2004 Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a TV Movie), and a guest appearance on Doc. In the summer of 2007 Cassie played the role of Blu in three episodes of the hit CTV dramatic series Instant Star.

Cassie's love of the arts extends beyond acting. As a talented singer/songwriter, Cassie released her debut album "How Much for Happy" in 2005 and her second album "Destructo Doll" in July 2009. Cassie is currently hard at work on her third album.

When Cassie is not working on set she can be found painting, taking photos, spending time with her friends, swimming, and working out with her trainer. She also spends 99% of her time with her dogs.

Kris Holden-Ried

Television and film actor. Pentathlon Champion. Father. Werewolf... Born in Scarborough, Ontario and raised in a farm town, northeast of Toronto, Kris' driven spirit has garnered success in many areas of his life. Kris knew he wanted to be an actor early on, however acting wasn't a widely supported career choice in his family. Instead of pursuing it right away, Kris opted to attend Montreal's Concordia University School of Business to study international commerce. While continuing his education, Kris also competed in sports, as he was a strong athlete throughout grammar and high school. Quickly, he excelled as an athlete, becoming a member of the Canadian National Pentathlon Team and achieving silver medals from both the Pan American and Pan Pacific Pentathlon Championships for riding and fencing. Although Kris was an extremely talented athlete, both his financial situation and his interests lead him into the acting world.

In 1994, Holden-Ried joined a small agency in Montreal in the hopes of making some money, so he could continue his education. His first audition that came up was for the title/leading role in "Young Ivanhoe," a 12th century dramatic, children's period piece TV movie. Kris had the skills, the look, and luckily, as it turns out, the talent. He landed this first audition and has been working as an actor ever since.

Kris currently stars as 'Dyson,' in the Syfy series Lost Girl, where he portrays a very likable werewolf-shifter, working in the human world as a police detective. You can also see Kris as Quint in the fourth Underworld installment, Underworld Awakening, and The Returned.

Viewers may also know Kris as 'William Compton,' on Showtime's former hit series, The Tudors, (2007,) as he has been working nonstop for nearly two decades. Other credits include multi-episode arcs on Degrassi: The Next Generation, M.V.P. and The Bridge. His film credits also include K-19: The Widowmaker, Gossip, amongst others. To improve his craft, Holden-Ried has trained with Uta Hagen's Master Class Scene Study, and with Janine Manatis of the Actor's Studio NY and the National Film Acting School.

When Kris isn't acting, he enjoys adventure, traveling, and being outdoors. Some of his interests include sailing, scuba diving, surfing, and yoga, with one of his favorite films being Gandhi. If he could work with anyone, it would be some of the great, classic directors, such as Scorcese, Scott and Spielberg, as Kris would love to transition behind the camera one day. Kris live in Toronto with his son and his Black Labrador, Hopper.

Jake Epstein

Jake Epstein is a Canadian actor, singer and writer. He began his acting career in Toronto at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in a production of 'Our Town and then played the Artful Dodger in Cameron Mackintosh's 'Oliver' at the Princess of Wales Theatre. He soon made his way to the small screen landing leading roles in Degrassi: The Next Generation, The Zack Files, as well as several made for TV movies. After graduating from the National Theatre School of Canada, Jake went on to tour the U.S. in the acclaimed musical Spring Awakening and Green Day's American Idiot. Known for his diverse roles in theatre, film and television, he made his Broadway debut in Spiderman as the alternate Peter Parker and most recently finished a year on Broadway originating the role of Gerry Goffin in the Tony nominated Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.

Sarah Fisher

Sarah Fisher was born January 19, 1993 in Ottawa, Canada. Sarah is best known for her role as 'Becky Baker' on TeenNick's Degrassi TNG. Sarah stars in the upcoming feature film Kiss and Cry (post-production 2016), this was Sarah's first project as associate producer. Sarah also has a recurring role on the hit CBC show Heartland as Samantha. In June 2015, Sarah starred in the movie The Stepchild alongside Lauren Holly. Sarah's most recent projects include, the film Lost After Dark and the role of 'Isla' in NBC and Family Channel's movie Full Out, alongside Jennifer Beals. She studies acting at Dean Armstrong School of Acting in Toronto and is a trained vocalist with coaches Elaine Overholt and Kim Briggs since 2005. Sarah has produced three original songs placed in the hit TV series Degrassi as well as NBC's movie Full Out. Sarah has been a model with Elite Model Management since 2009 and continues with Lang Management today. Sarah has been the national celebrity spokesperson for Kids Help Phone since 2013 as well as Wear Your Label, an incredible movement that sells clothing to create conversations about mental health.

Tamara Duarte

Tamara Melo Duarte was born in Toronto Canada and is perhaps best known for her recurring role as Rosita in the hit television series Wynonna Earp, Charlie on Degrassi: The Next Gen, and Mandy on Longmire.

She caught the performing and producing bug at a very young by watching then starring, and working behind the stage, in Folklore plays at the Vitoria Setubal Community Club of Toronto. At 14 she had her first appearance in front of the camera for several national commercials and later pursuing film and TV professionally at 18 While obtaining a Business-Marketing degree at Guelph Humber University.

Tamara has loomed into the Indie world with her thought provoking and gritty portrayals in up coming films like Bottom of The World, starring in Badsvillle, and having her debut at TIFF in The F-Word.

She was Associate Producer of her first film "Verona" directed by Laurie Lynd. The short film ran the festival circuit in the US and won "Viewers Choice Award"

When Tamara isn't busy working in film or TV in all capacities she spends her time practicing yoga. (This past January, she traveled to Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam to work with underprivileged children through Krama Yoga.) Also writing, learning the guitar and singing.

Aislinn Paul

Aislinn Paul was born on March 5, 1994 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Aislinn is best-known for her role as "Clare Edwards" on Degrassi: The Next Generation. She was a recurring character in seasons 6-7, becoming a regular character in season 8 up to season 14. Most recently seen in NBC's mini series event Heroes Reborn as Phoebe, a troubled girl with extraordinary and dangerous abilities. The child of two actors, Brian Paul and Deborah Tennant, Aislinn has been part of the industry from an early age. Favorite childhood memories are framed by projects she worked on as a child, particularly the Lifetime series Wild Card. Though Aislinn loved working as an actor while still getting to grow up in Toronto, she decided to make a change, for a short while, when she was asked to relocate to Los Angeles to shoot the HBO series Tell Me You Love Me. What was a fun childhood pastime became a lifelong passion while working on this challenging show. Fueled by her experience she returned to Toronto and immediately joined the cast of Degrassi while also attending an arts high school full time as a dance major. After 7 seasons and more than 200 episodes, it was time for Aislinn to say goodbye to Degrassi. Shortly after wrapping she guest starred on hit shows Haven and Reign and even did a guest voice on Adult Swim's smash hit Rick and Morty. After spending some time in Los Angeles, she returned to Toronto once more to shoot Heroes Reborn. When Aislinn is not on set or continuing academic pursuits she works closely with the charity Free The Children.

Benjamin Hollingsworth

Benjamin Hollingsworth was born on September 7th, 1984 in Brockville, Ontario. At the age of 12, Benjamin and his family moved to a small city outside of Toronto, called Peterborough where he attended St. Peter's Secondary School. Throughout high school, Benjamin was highly active in the community and appeared in more than 20 professional and regional theatre productions. After graduating, Benjamin dedicated the next 3 years of his life to study acting at the prestigious National Theatre School of Canada. He graduated from their rigorous three year conservatory program in 2006. Soon after, under the direction of fellow NTS alumni, Ted Dykstra, Benjamin was nominated for a Robert Merritt Award for his portrayal of Lance Corporal Dawson, in the Canadian Premier of Neptune Theatre's "A Few Good Men" by Aaron Sorkin. In 2007, Benjamin began to shift his focus from theatre to film and television. He quickly found his footing in the industry and began guest starring on several popular Canadian TV series including "Degrassi," "Heartland" and George F. Walker's "The Line." In 2009, Benjamin landed a lead role alongside Demi Moore, David Duchovny and Amber Heard in the critically acclaimed film "The Joneses." While filming the Joneses, Benjamin was introduced to Ashton Kutcher who, at the time, happened to be producing a new TV series for the CW called "The Beautiful Life" starring Misha Barton and Sara Paxton. After auditioning, Kutcher cast Hollingsworth as 'Chris Andrews," a small town kid who was thrown into the deep end of the cut- throat modeling world. The role was loosely based on Ashton's experiences as a model living in New York City. In 2011, Ben landed a recurring role as "Kyle Durant" on the USA network's hit series "Suits." Since then, you may have seen him on CBS's "CSI; Miami," ABC's "Once Upon a Time," Hallmark's "Signed, Sealed, Delivered," CW's "Cult" and "Tomorrow People," Lifetime's "The Lottery" and Fox's new series "Backstrom" starring Rainn Wilson. In addition, Ben has several films premiering in 2014-2015, including the romantic comedy "Lucky in Love" opposite Gossip Girl's Jessica Szohr, 20th Century Fox's thriller "Joy Ride 3," the psychological thriller "Popfan" opposite Chelsea Kane (Baby Daddy), and the Lionsgate feature "Vendetta" opposite Dean Cain and Michael Eklund.

Jonathan Keltz

Jonathan Lippert Keltz was born in New York City, to Karin Lippert, who worked in public relations, and Martin Keltz, the co-founder and President of Scholastic Productions. He remained in the city through pre-school before moving upstate to Woodstock, New York, where he attended Poughkeepsie Day School through 8th grade. He moved with his family to Toronto, Canada to attend high school at Northern Secondary School and although he had done various theater productions prior to this, his professional career began shortly after his 16th birthday after signing with his agent.

Keltz was inspired to pursue acting by his first drama teacher, Victoria Silvestri, Kenneth Branagh's performance in Hamlet, and a Master Class Workshop with Alan Arkin. He got his start in films in Toronto appearing opposite Heather Graham in "Cake" and playing Chris Cooper's son in "Breach" for Universal. Jonathan co-starred in Disney's "Prom" and he reprised his role on the final season of "Entourage" as Ari Gold's loyal assistant, 'Jake Steinberg.' He had lead roles in two independent features: "Playback", with Christian Slater, and "Transgression", opposite Michael Ironside. In addition to "Entourage," Keltz's television credits include lead roles in the MOW's "Dadnapped" for The Disney Channel and "Acceptance" for Lifetime. Guest star roles include: "Leverage," "Breakout Kings," "CSI: Miami," "Cold Case," and a recurring role on "Degrassi: The Next Generation."

Keltz resides in Los Angeles. He is of German (mother) and Polish Jewish (father) heritage. His mother was born in Hamburg.

Ricardo Hoyos

Ricardo Antonio Hoyos was born November 27, 1995. He has green eyes and dark brown hair. He is Peruvian, Ecuadorian, and Irish. He can play the guitar. Surprisingly, Ricardo has dual citizenship in the USA and Canada. He has worked on many shows including the famous Canadian show Degrassi as a skate-boarder named Zig. He is a fan of Entourage, Seinfeld, Blink-182, Micheal Jackson, and Drake. He enjoys playing rugby and his favourite color is green.

Munro Chambers

Munro Chambers was born on July 29, 1990 in Ajax, Ontario, Canada. He has been acting since he was 7. He has a twin brother named Thomas, as well as a younger brother named Michael. He is an actor and is best known for his character, Eli Goldsworthy, on Degrassi and for his role on "The Latest Buzz", as Wilder. He then starred in a spin off called Meet The Wilders' (that wasn't picked up). He has worked with Aislinn Paul on the set of "Murder in the Hamptons", before co-starring with her on Degrassi.

Dylan Everett

Dylan Everett is a Canadian TV actor who both appeared in the role of Campbell Saunders in the series, Degrassi and voiced the character of Wolly in the PBS animated series, Super Why!. He is best known for his roles in How To Be Indie, Wingin' It, Degrassi and Open Heart.

Dylan was born on January 24, 1995 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Before fame, He began acting at 10 years old and had early parts in commercials and short films. In an amazing trivia, He played a Streeter in several episodes of the children's television series, The Doodlebops. He starred on the show Wingin' It along with Demetrius Joyette. Dylan played soccer and hockey before Degrassi. As for his family life, He has an older brother, Zach, and an older sister, Chantal and is middle name is Philip, after his grandfather, who was born on the same day. He has cited Johnny Depp as one of his favorite actors.

Dylan's interest in film-making began at an early age. At 10 years old, he began acting and was soon landing parts in commercials and short-films which led to larger roles in full-length films and TV series. His breakout role(s) came in 2009, when he landed leads in 2 television series, the role of Marlon Parks in "How to be Indie" and the role of Carl Montclaire in "Wingin' It". Both series began production of their second seasons in 2010 and 2011.

He portrayed Campbell Saunders in Season 12 of Degrassi. Dylan attended Balaclava Public School and Waterdown District High School. His first role was playing Streeter in the Canadian children's series The Doodlebops for two episodes at the age of 10. He then played roles in movies such as The Devil's Mercy, Booky & the Secret Santa, Everything Is Connected, Breakfast with Scot, For All the Marbles and made a guest appearance in The Dresden Files as Scott Sharpe and Life with Boys as Hunter.

At the age of 13 he played 'Big Ben' in the Family Channel series The Latest Buzz. He also voiced 'Wolfy' in the series Super Why! Everett played Streeter in the Canadian children's series The Doodlebops for two episodes. He then played roles in the movies The Devil's Mercy, Booky & the Secret Santa, Everything Is Connected, Breakfast with Scot, For All the Marbles, and made a guest appearance in The Dresden Files as Scott Sharpe. He played 'Big Ben' in the Family Channel series The Latest Buzz. He also voiced 'Wolfy' in the series Super Why!.

Everett then appeared in other roles until his big break in 2009 with How To Be Indie as Marlon Parks; he then went on in 2010 to play the lead character in the Family Channel series Wingin' It.

In 2010, he reprised his role in Wingin' It as Carl Montclaire for another thirteen episodes. He reprised his character as Marlon Parks to film a second series of YTV's How To Be Indie, which premiered in Canada's fall 2010 and he reprised his role as Carl Montclaire for another season in the Family Channel series, Wingin' It that premiered in January 2011. Wingin' It started airing in the United States in April of 2013. He also appeared in the Disney Channel DCOM, Frenemies as Lance Lancaster. In November of 2013, he played young Dean Winchester on Supernatural. In September 2014, He starred in the Lifetime special, The Unauthorized Saved By The Bell Story, playing Mark-Paul Gosselaar. He also portrays Teddy Ralston on Open Heart. In 2014, Dylan played the role of Zack Morris in Lifetime TV's Saved By The Bell. He also appeared in three episodes of Supernatural as a teenage Dean Winchester.

In his spare time, Dylan enjoys playing the guitar, learning to play the keyboard, watching movies and playing XBOX or PlayStation. His favorite music is Classic Rock, Alternative Rock and old school Hip Hop. His favorite food is his mom's spaghetti. and His favorite hockey team is the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Dylan does not watch any of his work. As a result, he technically hasn't "seen" any Degrassi episodes that he's been in. However, Dylan was part of the panel for MUCH TALKS: Degrassi. The special was a discussion on suicide. As a result, Dylan did see clips of himself as Cam.

Cristine Prosperi

Cristine Prosperi (April 7, 1993) is best known for portraying Imogen Moreno on Degrassi. Cristine plays the role of Tiara on the Family Channel series, Really Me, she also stars as Aria on Totally Amp'd and has guest starred on The Latest Buzz Series. Cristine played the role of the Iraqi girl in the movie Stir of Echoes: She also was in The Homecoming and Your Beautiful Cul De Sac Home movie. Cristine has also worked on several commercials, she shot the XBox commercial with the Jonas Brothers and Venessa Morgan from the Latest Buzz. She is trained both in singing and dance.

Her latest movie Nicky Deuce, she plays the role of Donna alongside Steve Shchirripa, Rita Moreno, James Gandolfini, Michael Imperioli and, the star of ICarly, Noah Munck.

Ana Golja

A cross between Katie Holmes and Selena Gomez, Ana was born in Toronto on January 31st 1996. At the age of 5, Ana started to dance, and her love for performing grew stronger as she grew older. She began acting at the age of 9, and landed her first audition by playing Lucy in "1-800 Missing". From there, Ana went on to play a variety of roles in a number of film and television productions for various networks such as: "Flashpoint" (CBS), "Vacation with Derek" (Family Channel), "Connor Undercover" (Family Channel), "How to be Indie" (YTV), "Life with Boys"(Nickelode- on), "Little Mosque on the Prairie" (CBC), her first lead as "Laney" in "What's Up Warthogs!" (Family Channel and Disney XD), "Max and Shred"(Nickelodeon), and "An En Vogue Christ- mas"(Lifetime), just to name a few. She also had the honor of being a part of the Hub's original mini-series "CLUE" where she portrayed the famous Miss Scarlet (aka "Liz"). Ana most recently starred in a feature film called "Full Out", an inspirational sports drama, that aired on NBC, Family Channel and is now on Netflix (worldwide). Ana's work in "Full Out" earned her a Canadian Screen Award nomination in 2016. Ana also stars as the fierce and trouble-causing diva, "Zoe Rivas" on the Emmy nominated drama, "Degrassi", airing on MTV Canada and TeenNick. Ana has had the privilege of performing on stage as well as in front of the camera, having worked with Walter Bobbie in "White Christmas" and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber in "The Sound Of Music" (original Mirvish Toronto cast) on some of the most prestigious stages. When Ana is not busy on set or performing on stage, she is working on writing and recording her own music. Even despite her busy schedule, Ana also sets aside time to give back to the community. She does a lot of volunteer work with various charities, including Free The Children, speaking at numerous We Days across North America. She, and the rest of the "Degrassi" cast, travelled to Nicaragua and Ecuador, where they helped build schools and water filtration systems.

Niamh Wilson

Niamh (pronounced "Neve") Wilson began her career while only in preschool. Only weeks after signing with an agent she landed a role in a Warner Bros. pilot, Chasing Alice, playing the title character as a young girl. While the pilot did not result in a series, the experience served Niamh well as she moved on to work in commercials, TV and film. The 2005 Lifetime TV original movie Haunting Sarah was Niamh's first challenging role. Director Ralph Hemecker remembered Niamh from his pilot, Chasing Alice, and cast her as a young girl haunted by the spirit of her cousin in this supernatural thriller. The result won Niamh a Best Supporting Actress in a MOW Young Artist Award in 2006 for Haunting Sarah. By the time she was in middle school she'd portrayed a ghost and an alien, been haunted, possessed, kidnapped and blown up. Over a decade of screen credits include Saw 3 through 6, The Marsh, and MOW such as Haunting Sarah (for which she won a Young Artist Award for best supporting Actress in a MOW at age eight) episodic appearances in Heartland, RookieBlue, Flashpoint, Falling Skies, Haven, My Babysitter is a Vampire,Warehouse 13, Hemlock Grove, Between, The Good Witch, the web series Inhuman Condition, and MOW Early Release. Comedic roles eluded Niamh until she landed the title role in Cookie Jar Entertainment's tween-oriented sitcom Debra! (for which she won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Series - Leading Young Actress and Outstanding Young Ensemble in a TV Series in 2011.) Niamh takes a very craft-driven approach to her work, believing every member of the production team is critical to the final outcome of the project. Without the interconnection of talented crew and actors, her own efforts would not succeed. Her role as fame-hungry Gracie in Jean Pierre Jeunet's The Young and Prodigious T. S. Spivet was an exceptional opportunity to work with the celebrated French director. Her work in Spivet has garnered her a Young Artist Award for Best Supporting Film Actress. In 2013 she worked on David Cronenberg's Map to the Stars. She spent two seasons on the teen soap Degrassi, as Jack Jones. Niamh lives in Toronto, Ontario. She is known for her sarcastic wit and hard work; fluent in French, a devoted yogi, passionate dancer and vegan foodie.

Luke Bilyk

With numerous roles on television and a feature career on the horizon, Luke Bilyk is a young actor whose star is on the ascent.

Born in North York, Ontario, Canada, Luke's passion for acting began at the early age of five. Following that zeal for creating characters, Luke became best known for his role as "Drew Torres" on the iconic television series "Degrassi: The Next Generation," where he was a fan favorite for 5 seasons.

Luke followed up his run on "Degrassi," by flexing his dramatic muscles joining the Emmy Award winning Canadian series "Lost Girl" for two seasons. In the sci-fi drama, Luke played "Mark," a character whose tough exterior belied a haunted past.

In Spring 2016 we will see Luke alongside Jason Priestley and Molly Ringwald in the half-hour single camera "tween" comedy series "The Wonderful Wayneys," created by Tom Saunders of Arrested Development and NewsRadio fame. Luke will play "Adam Wayney," a sibling in the Wayney clan, nicknamed "The Wonderful Wayneys" for their good looks, Mensa level intelligence, creativity, athleticism and popularity.

The busy actor will also be seen in 2016 on the big screen in the title role of the fantasy/thriller "Adam's Testament." Luke's previous feature work includes the 2015 horror film "Hellions" which screened at both the prestigious Sundance and Toronto International Film Festivals.

Not content just to make his mark as an actor, Luke also has interests behind the camera, co-producing three short films entitled, "Where Love Takes You," "Cycle of Broken Grace" and "Little White Lines."

Beyond the screen, Luke has wisely used his platform as a successful actor to tirelessly support the world renowned organization Free the Children. Luke has traveled to countries such as India, Haiti and Nicaragua where he aided in building schools and assisting with the construction of water filtration systems in the poorest regions of the countries.

Luke is not only the youngest of four children, but also the only boy. His exotic good looks are the result of an Italian, Ukrainian and German background. In his free time, Luke indulges his love of sports by playing both hockey and soccer. Luke is also a proficient drummer.

Chloe Rose

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Chloe is best known for her breakout role as Katie Matlin on Degrassi: The Next Generation. Following Degrassi, Chloe received acclaim for her performance in Teenagers. She has also starred in feature films, including The Lesser Blessed, which screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, and Hellions, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

Asha Bromfield

Asha Bromfield is an actress, singer and writer. With an extensive musical theatre background, Asha is most notably recognized for her work in NBC's Full Out and Nickelodeon's Max and Shred. Asha will star as Melody Jones, a legendary member of the Josie and the Pussycats in CW's Riverdale, based off the Archie Comics. Asha has worked alongside Whoopi Goldberg, Regina King, En Vogue and many more, and made her first television appearance on the hit show, "Degrassi".

Miriam McDonald

Miriam McDonald was born on July 26, 1987 in Oakville, Ontario. She is a Canadian actress known for playing the role of "Emma Nelson", the main character on Degrassi: The Next Generation. In August 2007, Miriam appeared, alongside Amanda Stepto and Stefan Brogren, on the Canadian edition of "Reader's Digest". She has also appeared on the cover of TV guide and Fashion 18 magazine. Miriam was close friends with "Degrassi" co-star, Ryan Cooley, who played "J.T. Yorke". She is friends with Nina Dobrev, Cassie Steele and Shenae Grimes-Beech. She is also an accomplished dancer, as well as a professional yoga instructor.

Jonathan Torrens

Jonathan Torrens has worked as a performer, writer and producer for 15 years. In 1989, he started a seven-year run as one of the hosts of Street Cents, an International Emmy award-winning consumer/sketch show for youth. In 1996, Torrens began a five year stint as the host of his own sketch/talk show Jonovision, for which he earned seven Gemini Award nominations, including Best Individual Performance in a Comedy Series and Best Comedy Series. Jonathan Cross's Canada, his parody of a Charles Kuralt style newsmagazine show, aired on CBC last year. As an actor, Jonathan has guest starred twice each on the topical comedies This Hour Has 22 Minutes and Royal Canadian Air Farce, along with recurring roles in the period drama Pit Pony and the sitcom Rideau Hall. This year he's had guest starring roles on Degrassi: The Next Generation and the sketch comedy Listen Missy. As a host, Jonathan's credits are as varied as Living Romance, Canada Day, The CBC News Millenium Special, The East Coast Music Awards and Sesame Park. In film, he won the Best Supporting Actor award at the 1999 Atlantic Film Festival for his feature debut in Thom Fitzgerald's Beefcake. His first romantic comedy, The Breadmaker, premiered at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival in 2003. On the other side of the camera, he has produced and co-written two award-winning shorts: Liquor Store, which won Best Short and Best Director at the Atlantic Film Festival in 1996, and Nan's Taxi, which won the Gemini Award for Best Short Drama in 1997.

Eric Osborne

Eric Osborne was born in Oshawa and then moved to Newcastle, Ontario where he grew up. Eric is an Actor known for his portrayal of Miles Hollingsworth III on the critically acclaimed show Degrassi. He also has performed on Suits, short and feature films, as well as performing in several school plays. He also is an accomplished musician/singer who enjoys playing guitar, piano, saxophone, drums and any other instrument that he can get his hands on and has performed at several local venues with his band Eleanor Shore. Eric has played hockey, soccer, volleyball and presently wakeboards, water-skis, and downhill skis.

Jon Cor

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.

He may or may not have graduated.

Since then he has won roles on the hit TV series Degrassi: The Next Generation, Twisted Pictures' Saw 3D and Zed Filmworks' The Boy She Met Online. Currently (August 2011), Jon is working on SyFy's Being Human (US) in Montreal, Quebec, E4's Beaver Falls (UK) just outside of Stellenbosch, South Africa and voicing Brick - a cartoon character - on Teletoon's Total Drama Island.

He is also a writer, a musician, an acrobat/martial artist and - with great relief - no longer a Ford model.

His ambitions include publishing his first novel (In Heat), which was originally drafted when he was just nineteen years old, and a collection of short stories (A Murder of Prose).

Chris Violette

Chris Violette is a Canadian born TV and Film Actor. After graduating in Business Marketing, Chris decided to explore his passion for the arts and focus on becoming an entertainer. He started with modeling, and one thing led to another. Chris started attending acting classes, and before he knew it he was an actor. Known for joining the cast of Power Rangers as Blue Ranger Sky, Chris has appeared on numerous television shows such as "Flashpoint", "Lost Girl", "Saving Hope", "Bitten" and "Degrassi: The Next Generation". Chris has recently expanded his passion for film and its industry by continuing with editing, directing, writing and producing.

Melinda Shankar

Melinda Leanna Shankar is a Guyanese-Canadian actress best known for playing Alli Bhandari from the beginning of Season 8 in Degrassi: The Next Generation and Indira "Indie" Mehta on YTV series, 'How to be Indie.' Melinda made her starring mark in 2008 in the 8th season of Degrassi as Alli Bhandari, a confident young women in high school, which she continues to play. She co-starred in a Disney Channel Original Movie, 'Harriet the Spy' as Janie Gibbs alongside with Aislinn Paul, who plays Clare Edwards on Degrassi and Disney Channel's Jennifer Stone. She played the lead role, Reshma, in a 2011 indie-film, entitled 'Festival of Lights'. Melinda has a black belt in karate and she likes hockey. She is good friends with all of her Degrassi co-stars and confirmed that she will take time off of Degrassi to film 'How to Be Indie,' but she will be back some time soon. She has stated that she is friendly with all of her cast mates, but is close with Scott Paterson, Samantha Munro, Luke Bilyk, Munro Chambers, Alicia Josipovic, Jessica Tyler and Aislinn Paul, who is her best friend on the show.

Keram Malicki-Sánchez

Keram Malicki-Sanchez is an actor, filmmaker, musician/film composer and also noted new media consultant who has been invited to speak at conferences across North America about the future of tech, social media and the intersection of technology and the arts. He is the executive director of the FIVARS Festival of International Virtual and Augmented Stories and founding organizer of VRTO - Toronto's virtual reality meet-up group and Canada's largest Virtual Reality conference which he founded in 2015.

Keram's professional acting debut was in the role of Oliver! in Toronto for which he received widespread acclaim and went on to do roles in Mame and Evita for the same theater. By the age of ten Keram was busy recording radio dramas for the CBC and launched his music career, singing on various records and recording a full-length album at fourteen in South America which was signed to a major label there and had two songs charting on the radio. At fourteen Keram was nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award (Canada's Tony) for his performance in an adaptation of Mark Twain's 'The Prince and the Pauper'.

At fifteen, he met Degrassi High actor Keith White on a sitcom pilot, 'Cutting Loose' and the two formed the band Blue Dog Pict for which Keram was the frontman for seven years. The band released three albums and toured across North America, charting in the top ten on several dozen College radio stations. At seventeen Keram scored a lead role on the Franklin Waterman produced series Catwalk with co-stars Paul Popowich and Neve Campbell.

Keram played the title role of Chris Black in Skin Deep which won the People's Choice award at the Berlin film festival and was also an official selection at the Toronto Film Festival a year later.

In 1992 he founded Constant Change Productions, an independent record label and film production company which produced several videos for the band, one of which received the largest request in MuchMusic history. In 2008 he released his solo acoustic record "Box" followed by "Come to Life" in 2014 which featuring over 30 musicians whose collective resumes include Beck, Coheed and Cambria and Alex Lifeson of RUSH. As a musician, he now performs under the artist name: "Keram."

Known not only as an actor, but as what Lenny Stoute of the Toronto Star calls 'a one man cultural blitzkrieg' Keram's interest in acting, performing music, film scoring, record producing, writing, multimedia design and production and filmmaking continues to provoke his audience, fans 'devout to the point of being cultish' and raise questions.

Raymond Ablack

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. Following Degrassi, he appeared in various television series, including Orphan Black and Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments. In 2016, he won an Indie Series Award for his role on Teenagers.

A passionate social justice activist, Raymond works with a local charities, Free The Children and Me to We, as an outreach speaker. Raymond raises awareness about child labour and how youth can take action on many social justice issues by sharing his volunteering experiences oversees in Haiti, India, Ecuador and Kenya. Ray has been featured in Free The Children documentaries for MTV and TeenNick in each country he's volunteered in.

A competitive hockey player of 14 years, Ray still plays regularly as a goaltender. And Raymond trained for 13 years to the level of first degree black belt in Goju Ryu karate, Jiu Jitsu and Kobudo (weaponry).

Paul Popowich

Paul Popowich has had a career that has spanned more than twenty years. When he was age 15, he landed his first professional acting role in the feature Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveller with La Fete Productions. He has been series lead on such shows as "Catwalk", "Twice in a Lifetime" and "The Bridge" as well as having recurring roles on "Angela's Eyes", "90210", and "Degrassi TNG." Notably, he has played JR Godfrey on "Hemlock Grove" and Dr. McCray on season one of the CBC police procedural "Cracked."

Justin Kelly

He is the second of the three boys from The Latest Buzz to be on Degrassi: The Next Generation. First was Munro Chambers, who played "Wilder" on "The Latest Buzz", plays "Eli Goldsworthy" on "Degrassi". Then Justin Kelly, who played "Noah Jackson" on "The Latest Buzz", plays "Jack Martin" on "Degrassi". Finally, Demetrius Joyette, who played the flamboyant "Michael Davies" on "The Latest Buzz", now plays "Mike Dallas", a jock, on "Degrassi".

Sara Waisglass

Sara Waisglass is an actress and developing screenwriter who has spent well over 10 years honing her craft in the business of film making. Sara was born on July 3, 1998 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Her career began at the ripe age of 7 where she landed the role of the adorable Jordy Cooper in Shaftesbury's "Overruled" and spent three seasons charming audiences.

Sara brings to her work a natural instinct and ability that has served her well working alongside the incomparable John Malkovich and Romain Duris in "Afterwards", as well as Rob Pattinson and Dane Dehaan in "Life".

The award winning Canadian Drama "Degrassi" has added to her pedigree as an actress on the rise. Her role as Frankie Hollingsworth over six seasons has cemented her as one of Canada's finest young actresses.

Sara was nominated in 2016 for the Young Entertainers Award for her work on Degrassi.

When Sara is not in front of the camera, she is a full time student at York University in Toronto, entering her second year in the highly coveted screenwriting program.

Sara is very grateful for all the opportunities she's been given, and lives by the motto "be kind. be humble. be happy".

Alicia Dea

Alicia Dea Josipovic can dance, act and sing. She was named after her 'Nonna' Dea, an accomplished fashion designer and opera singer.

At the age of five, she first began performing on stage as a dancer. Alicia danced competitively for eight years, winning numerous competitions. She also loved to sing and act and was involved in many plays and choirs growing up.

She continued to push herself to new heights when she choreographed her own dance routine and auditioned for the Etobicoke School of the Arts and was accepted.

After she graduated from ESA at eighteen, she auditioned for her first movie "Camp Rock 2" (starring the Jonas Brothers), and she landed the role of a dancer in the film. Her television career began to flourish immediately after, landing a lead role on the TV's hit series "Degrassi" as the shows newest and hottest Bad-Ass "Bianca."

Degrassi is currently the most watched domestic drama series in Canada, the highest rated show on Teen Nick in the US and broadcasted worldwide in 140 countries.

At 19, Alicia signed her first record deal and is currently working on her debut album with some of North America's most talented song writers/producers, and her fans around the world are in growing anticipation for her first release.

Paula Brancati

Paula Brancati is a Canadian actress born in Markham, Ontario on June 6, 1989. During her high school years, Paula studied Improvisation and Musical Theatre with the CharActors Theatre Troupe. She also studied jazz and ballet at the AB Dance School. Her first break into screen acting began in 1999, marking the beginning of a career well over 10 years. Paula is best recognized for her roles on such television series "Dark Oracle" (2004-2006), "Degrassi: The Next Generation" (2007-2010) and "Being Erica" (2009-2011).

Charlotte Arnold

Charlotte Arnold is an actress, born July 27, 1989, in Toronto, Canada. She is perhaps best known for playing Holly J. Sinclair on the acclaimed teen series Degrassi from 2007-2012. In her tenure on the show, she won a Gemini for Best Performance in a Children's or Youth Program or Series (2010), and was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award (2013). She will appear as Ally O'Dhonaill on the upcoming Amazon series Patriot.

She started acting at four, appearing in TV movies, series, and independent features, including The Safety of Objects (2001). She played Holly Hunter's daughter in the Golden Globe-nominated Harlan County War (2000) and was nominated for a 2001 Young Artist Award for her role in Custody of the Heart. Charlotte played the title character in the Family/Disney Channel series Naturally, Sadie from 2005-2007.

From 2007-2012, she was an ambassador with Free The Children, taking part in a series of MTV documentaries across the globe and speaking in front of thousands of students and educators at 'We Day.' She holds a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University, specializing in broadcast and documentary studies.

Joy Tanner

Joy Tanner was born on March 7, in Buffalo, New York. She spent four months there when her dad was transferred to Rochester, New York, where she and her brother were raised. She attended SUNY Potsdam, where she graduated a year early, with a double honours degree in English and Theatre. Joy went to London, U.K., to study at the British American Drama Academy. She received her diploma in Oxford, from BADA. She also studied with Tony Award winning director, Warren Enters, at SUNY Buffalo. In the early 1990's, she moved to Canada, where she began her acting career. She is best known for DeGrassi The Next Generation (2010-2013) Life With Derek (2005-2009), House At The End Of The Street (2012) and Cold Squad (1998). Joy writes and is also active in the indie theatre scene in Toronto, Canada.

John Paul Ruttan

John Paul Ruttan was born on May 12, 2001. He is an teen actor known for his roles in This Means War, RoboCop, Shelby and Against the Wild 2: Survive the Serengeti.

John Paul Ruttan's love for acting originated from watching 1980's classics such as The Goonies, Home Alone and Karate Kid. At age 6 he booked his first acting job doing a Glad garbage bag commercial and moved steadily into roles in Television and MOW. At age 8 he had his first feature film debut in Defendor with Woody Harrelson.

John Paul has been fortunate to work with some of Hollywoods best, from playing Tom Hardy's son in his break through role in This Means War costarring Reese Witherspoon, to working with Gillian Anderson in I'll Follow You Down and being cast as RoboCops son with Joel Kinnaman, Abbie Cornish, Gary Oldman and Michael Keaton in RoboCop. He's grown into his own Lead roles starring in the film Shelby alongside Chevy Chase, in which he was nominated and won awards for his performance in the US and Canada. In 2015 John Paul travelled to Africa to film Against the Wild 2: Survive the Serengeti alongside Ella Ballentine and Jeri Ryan, a story of a brother and sister solely surviving the African wilderness after a plane crash.

Ruttan's television roles during his acting career have included Degrassi, Lost Girl, the Doodlebops, the L.A. Complex, Rick Mercer Report, CBC Kids, BackPackers, The Listener, CBC AirFraces New Years Eve and recurring roles on Saving Hope and playing the role of Young William Murdoch on Murdoch Mysteries.

From the first time on set, John Paul has had a passion in camera's and the movie making process. In his spare time he's attended film and photography programs and in 2015 auditioned for Film Screen Arts high school program.

Daniel Clark

After a long career as an actor, Daniel Clark is currently working as a producer and news correspondent for Fusion, the new cable channel launched by ABC News and Univision. Previously, Clark has worked for both Nightline and ABC World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Daniel's first role was as "Chip" in a stage production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast in 1997. Clark has made a number of appearances on TV series, including Eerie Indiana: The Other Dimension, Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and ER. He also has had featured roles in films like Grizzly Falls and Model Behavior. Clark is perhaps best known for his portrayal of Sean Cameron on Degrassi: The Next Generation which he starred on for six seasons and is currently in syndication. He also made an appearance in the hit feature film Juno and co-starred in a Hallmark movie opposite Amber Tamblyn called The Russell Girl. Clark is the winner of the 2002 Young Artist Award for "Best Ensemble Actor", having been nominated again in 2003 and 2006. He was also nominated in 2000 for "Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series" as "Supporting Young Actor" for his part in I Was a Sixth Grade Alien. He was also nominated in 2002 for the Gemini Award for "Canada's Hottest Star". Clark currently lives in Miami, Florida.

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 credits him with giving her the courage to make the switch from modeling to acting as a profession. She continued to study with Michael Shurtleff through the 90's as well as the late great Al Waxman (Who gave her the nickname of 'Baby Bacall' because of the similar husky speaking voice of Lauren Bacall).

She considers herself to be a character actress beyond anything else. Moving easily between comedy and drama. From playing a dominatrix to eccentric hippie mother and everything in between.

Angela has worked opposite prominent stars such as: Academy Award winners Judy Davis and Richard Dreyfuss in the Paul Mazursky directed Coast To Coast. Emmy nominated Gary Oldman in Interstate 60. Academy Award nominated Tom Berenger in True Blue. And her supporting role as Lorraine Di Taranto in the controversial ABC mini-series The Path To 911 opposite Academy Award nominated Harvey Keitel.

She has been recognized for her performances in Emmy Nominated Ken Finkleman's Married Life (1995 Gemini Nomination- Best Ensemble in a Comedy). Award winning playwright George F Walker's This Is Wonderland(2004 Gemini Nomination-Best Actress Guest Star in a Drama). She then went on to join the cast in season three playing Cara Pifco's con artist sister. CBC/CW Network's 18 To Life (2010 Gemini Nomination-Best Ensemble in a Comedy).

Other notable Guest Star roles include John Woo's Once A Thief, Gene Roddenberry's Earth: The Final Conflict, Queer As Folk, and a recurring role on Degrassi: The Next Generation.

Besides working in film and television Angela has also shot fifty-six commercials. Including three world wide spots for Cisco directed by award winning director Tarsem Singh (Immortals and The Brothers Grimm: Snow White). She has also worked in radio and television commercial voice overs. Including Kelloggs: We Are The Children which won multiple awards internationally.

In 2007 she received rave reviews for her stage debut as Samantha in Olivier Award nominated John Kolvenbach's Fabulouso at The Tarragon Theatre in Toronto starring opposite Nicholas Campbell, Linda Kash and Johnathan Higgins.

Angela has this year received three nominations in the following categories for The Canadian Comedy Awards 2011: Best Performance By A Female - Film : A Touch Of Grey (Has been on an International Film Festival Circuit and was the Winner of Best Canadian Feature Film at The Buffalo Niagara Film Festival) Best Performance By A Female - Television : 18 To Life Season 2 ' Overcooked' , Best Performance By An Ensemble - Television : 18 To Life Season 2 ' Family Portrait'.

Angela currently resides in Toronto and continues to study acting with the acclaimed acting coach Larry Moss.

Samantha Munro

Raised in Courtice, Ontario, Canada. Attended Courtice Secondary School and graduated in 2008. She was in the high school musical play, "Annie". She also missed a few of her exams in her grade twelve year because she was filming Degrassi, so she had to write them on location. Was very into drama in school.

Paul Amos

Paul is an actor from Wales, UK. After leaving LAMDA he went to work with several prestigious theatre companies including the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. On arriving in Canada Paul spent a couple of years with the Stratford Festival Of Canada, since then he has developed an impressive resume of TV credits. Having worked on several projects including Combat Hospital, Warehouse 13, Degrassi goes to Hollywood, Mudpit, She's the Mayor, Casualty (BBC), several indie features including Nexus, Long Gone Day, Bastards and Sex After Kids, and the animated web series adaptation of Captain Canuck. Paul is best known for his recurring characters Dr.Roberts in Murdoch Mysteries and Vex in the Showcase/ Syfy hit Lost Girl, which is currently airing its 5th season. Up next he is set to play the lead role of Jacob Frye in Ubisoft's highly anticipated Assassin's Creed: Syndicate, which will be released in October 2015.

André Dae Kim

Andre Dae Hyun-Tae Kim, is an actor/writer who is known for his work in Degrassi: The Next Generation, Degrassi: Next Class, Salvation, etc. .Kim currently lives in Toronto, Ontario Canada. His heritage is South Korean and his birthplace was Edmonton Alberta. Kim studied classical theatre in various places in Toronto and made the transition into film at age 16.

Andy Yu

Andy Yu is one of Hollywood's fastest rising Asian actors who can be seen in the highly expected Fargo year 3 (FX, MGM) acting opposite the likes of Ewan McGregor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, David Thewlis, Carrie Coon and Michael Stuhlbarg, in the hit series masterfully written by Noah Hawley and his team.

Andy's other recent work include recurring credits in Matt Damon and Ben Affleck-produced Syfy series, Incorporated, and AMC's award-winning historical drama Hell on Wheels. His other supporting work include credits on numerous hit shows such as Arrow (CW), Man Seeking Woman (FXX), Ransom (CBS, Global TV), Man in The High Castle (Amazon), Degrassi (Netflix), Bad Blood (FX, City) and iZombie (CW).

Born in Hong Kong, Andy was raised with an authentic Cantonese mother-tongue. With his natural knack for mimicking dialects, Andy acquired fluency in Mandarin and English, the later of which he attributed to a decade of binging his favorite American classic TV series, The Simpsons. His proficiency and deep understanding in all three languages allowed him to find success as a professional Chinese dialect coach and script translator on multiple hit network shows. His proudest work thus far has been on the entire season 5 of Hell on Wheels, AMC's historical drama on the construction of the transcontinental railroad between 1867-1869, which garnered him golden testimonials from John Wirth (showrunner), Jami O'Brien (writer/producer), Anson Mount (series lead) and various cast members.

Jamie Bloch

Born in Toronto to a South African-Jewish family, Jamie discovered her passion for performing at the tender age of 6. Starting on stage, she appeared in a number of theatre productions that brought her out of her shell and into the spotlight. But it soon became clear that film and television was where she really needed to be, and her love for acting blossomed into a lengthy resume of television and film credits 10 years in the making. Starting in January 2016, Jamie will appear in her first season of Degrassi: Next Class as Yael Baron, a tech genius and aspiring entrepreneur. 2016 also brings the release of feature film The History of Love, where she brings to life the feisty supporting character of short-haired Brooklynite, Zoey Schwartz. These upcoming productions join some of her previous credits that include Wingin' It, Flirting with 40, The Killing Game, The Echo, Servitude, Warehouse 13, and animated TV shows Caillou and Mr. Moon. Alongside acting, Jamie's passions extend to filmmaking as well. Her strengths as a writer inspired her to begin screenwriting and now, two years later, she will be debuting her skills both behind and in front of the camera in her upcoming short film, Reflection.

Adamo Ruggiero

Born June 9th/1986 in Toronto, Adamo Ruggiero is a television/film/theatre actor and television host. His credits include: Degrassi- The Next Generation (Series, 2002-2008), Make The Yuletide Gay (Feature, 2009), The Neverending Story (Play, 2011) and The Next Star (Series, 2008-2012). Adamo is also an LGBT rights activist and public speaker; Out Magazine included Adamo in their "Out 100 honorees of 2009."

Ryan Cooley

Ryan Hadison Cooley (born May 18, 1988) is a Canadian television actor from Ontario, best known for his role as J.T. Yorke on Degrassi: The Next Generation. He's from Orangeville, Ontario and graduated from Orangeville District Secondary School in 2006. He is currently a student at The University of Toronto.

Prior to joining the Degrassi cast, he had a two-year run as Pleskit, the alien lead in the television series I Was A Sixth Grade Alien. Cooley's other television credits include the series, Are You Afraid Of The Dark?, Queer as Folk, Lexx: The Series" and Life with Derek. He has also appeared in the features Sachsenhausen 1944, Toy Men Disney Channel movie The Color of Friendship, the Animal Planet movie Cybermutt and CBC TV movie Happy Christmas Miss King alongside his Degrassi co-star Lauren Collins. In 2006, Cooley was nominated for a Young Artist Award (LA) the category of Best Performance In a TV Comedy Series.

Ryan enjoys James Bond movies and basketball. He hopes to continue in the entertainment business once he graduates from the University of Toronto where he is working on his third year toward a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre.

His father, Charlie Cooley, is a drummer for the Canadian Idol winner Kalan Porter. His father used to be in the band Prairie Oyster. Ryan listens to old Rat Pack type music, such as Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and Sammy Davis Jr.

Demetrius Joyette

Demetrius Joyette entered the professional world of acting at the young age of 8. Starring alongside Billy Ray Cyrus, Demetrius was a regular on the long-running series, Doc, a role that earned him two Young Artist nominations in L.A. He has also had principal roles in several feature films including The Pacifier with Vin Diesel, Honey, Blizzard (which earned him a nomination for Best Performance in T.V. Movie at The Young Artists Awards in 2003), Roxy Hunter: Mystery of The Moody Ghost, Roxy Hunter: Secret Of The Shaman and Owning Mahoney. His TV credits include roles in the MOWs Addicted.com, Under the Dragon's Tail and Kojak. He has also acted in many TV series including: The Latest Buzz, Little Mosque On The Prairie,and Darcy's Wildlife. In addition to playing Porter on Family Channel's Wingin' It, Demetrius also guest star in a multi-episode arc in the upcoming Family Channel series What's Up, Warthogs! Additionally,he just completed filming the lead role in the digital media series Totally Amp'd. Demetrius is currently filming the long running show Degrassi playing Mike Dallas.

When he's not acting, Demetrius also enjoys swimming, cycling, baseball, football, karate, ice hockey and playing the guitar.

Terra Vnesa

Terra Vnesa is a Canadian actress born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.She began working with the actress 12 years working in the "Goosebumps" series,1 year later, Terra was called to work in the series "Real Kids, Real Adventure". In the same year, she became known for her work in "Animorphs". Terra Vnesa in 2002 had his first opportunity to act in that film was "Too Young to Be a Dad". At the time of 2002/2003, Vnesa starred in three films: Master Spy: The Robert Hanssen Story, Hurt and Todd and the Book of Pure Evil. In 2004 she was hired by the CBC, Canadian Canal TV series and starred in "72 Hours: True Crime". In the same year, she received a small part in the film "Anonymous Rex". The following year, she starred in the comedy film "Sonny by Dawn". In 2007, back at CBC, she participated in the series "11 Cameras" by Shaftesbury TV, Soon following, acted in the movie "5ive Girls" directed by Warren P. Sonoda, Through Vnesa movie is better known to TV and won a part in the film "Your Beautiful Cul de Sac Home". In 2008/2009 She made a great character on "Degrassi: The Next Generation" series that originated in work on such series as "The Best Years" and "Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures". Through the work in many series, Terra was called to act in the movie "Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings" which became famous in countries like Brazil and the United States. Her character Jenna Fanning was praised by many film critics. Through the fame of Wrong Turn 4, she was called to an episode of "The Listener" where did the character Blaire Donleavy. Also in 2012,Terra Vnesa starred in the film "I Was a Boy".

Saara Chaudry

Saara Chaudry is a Canadian actor, dancer and singer that began her career with small parts in TV movies and shows such as Degrassi, Combat Hospital, Desperately Seeking Santa and Isabelle Dances into the Spotlight. Saara made her theatre debut as Little Cosette in the 25th anniversary Mirvish Production of Les Miserables at the Princess of Wales theatre. She had the honor of performing the role on opening night and at a special gala benefit with Colm Wilkinson. She won a 2014 Broadway World Award for best female performer in a featured role, was nominated for a Young Artists Award for best theatre performance and was also nominated for a Dora Award. After her theatre run, Saara returned to television where she played the role of Howie in Max & Shred, and guest starred on Odd Squad. Saara has recently completed filming on season one of Sinking Ship's Dino Dana as Saara, Dana's older sister, which premiered May 24th and is currently filming season 2. Saara has also worked on several animated projects. She loves being the voice of Violet in Wishenpoof and was honored to be nominated for a 2017 Canadian Screen Award for her role as Clara in the Canadian Screen Award winner the Curse of Clara: A Holiday Tale. She is thrilled to be the voice of Parvana in the feature film, The Breadwinner, written by one of her favorite authors, Deborah Ellis, premiering at TIFF in September 2017 as a member of the Les Miserables ensemble. When not filming, Saara enjoys going to school, singing and being an advocate for gender equality and girls education.

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