Glen Gould – “Avery”
Glen Gould is a Mi’kmaq actor/director/musician from Unama'ki'k (or Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia). Born and raised in the Mi’kmaq Territory, Glen is the grandson of the late Kji Sokmow (Grand Chief) Donald Marshall Sr.

Glen has appeared in many theatre productions since then, including Tomson Highway’s DRY LIPS OUGHTA MOVE TO KAPUSKASING and THE REZ SISTERS, Drew Hayden Taylor’s TORONTO AT DREAMER’S ROCK, SOMEDAY and ONLY DRUNKS & CHILDREN TELL THE TRUTH, Alanis King’s THE TOMMY PRINCE STORY and most recently, Yvette NOLAN’S ANNA MAE’S MOVEMENT.

Amanda Crew – “Jan”
A natural talent, with a striking presence and undeniable energy, Amanda Crew has quickly established herself as one of Hollywood's fresh new faces.

Amanda was last seen starring opposite Zac Efron in Universal’s CHARLIE ST. CLOUD. Based on the novel by Ben Sherwood and directed by Burr Steers, the supernatural drama centers on a cemetery caretaker (Efron), who after the untimely death of his younger brother, meets and begins a romantic relationship with a young woman (Crew), who is training for a sailing trip around the world.

Pasha Ebrahimi – “Tal”
Pasha Ebrahimi is a Halifax trained actor who graduated from the acting program at Dalhousie University. Currently, he has been working between the Atlantic provinces and Ontario. He was fortunate enough to experience radio drama first-hand during his university career at CKDU and later through science fiction satellite radio with Sonic Theatre.  Pasha was also on the cast of the CBC Radio drama series BACKBENCHER. He also performed in another CBC Radio series Y SOCCER. His other film credits include HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN and his television credits include THE DRUNK AND ON DRUGS HAPPY FUNTIME HOUR, G-SPOT, CALL ME FITZ

Mpho Koaho – “Donny”
Mpho Koaho was born in Toronto, Ontario to South African parents. He has a sister. Mpho began his acting career when Maya Angelou cast him as the lead in her 1998 Miramax film DOWN IN THE DELTA. After that, he has starred in films like THE SALTON SEA, FOUR BROTHERS, GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN', and SAW III and VI.

In 2009, Koaho was nominated to two Gemini Awards. One for his supporting role on the Canadian mini-series SOUL, and another for his guest role on the TV series FLASHPOINT. He ended up winning the former.

Jennie Raymond – “MacDonald”
Jennie Raymond is a Halifax trained actor with a diverse acting career in film, television and theatre. Her many film credits include: NOVEMBER CHRISTMAS, HAVEN, THE CALL, THE LIVES OF THE SAINTS, BLUE MURDER, CHASING CAIN (MOW), THE ASSOCIATES, EARTH: FINAL CONFLICT, PIT PONY (2 Seasons), PIT PONY (MOW), LEXX: THE DARK ZONE, STREET CENTS, and LOVE AND DEATH ON LONG ISLAND.

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