JACK KESY is next starring in Rashida Jones’ upcoming show for Warner Horizon/TNT show CLAWS. Kesy recently finished filming opposite Bruce Willis in Eli Roth’s latest film, DEATH WISH for MGM and is currently filming opposite Chris Hemsworth and Michael Shannon in HORSE SOLDIERS for Lionsgate.
Most recently, Jack starred as ‘Gabriel Bolivar’ in the Guillermo Del Toro, FX series, THE STRAIN.
On the big screen, Jack starred in THE THROWAWAYS opposite James Caan and SHUT IN opposite Martin Starr. Before making his way into television, Jack attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and prior to that, served in the United States Marine Corps. Jack can be seen in GRAND STREET directed by Lex Sidon and EMPIRE GYPSY written and directed by Sean Slater, amongst several other feature films. (more…)
A talented actress with scene stealing performance on television and in film—Amanda Crew continues to evolve her craft with each new role.
Crew can currently be seen in season 3 of HBO’s Emmy® and Golden Globe® Award nominated series, SILICON VALLEY which will returned on April 24th. Crew plays “Monica,” Peter Gregory’s head of operations who handles the day-to-day duties of his tech investment business, often fielding pitches and working directly with tech folks who Peter has given money.
On the big screen, Crew recently appeared opposite Blake Lively and Harrison Ford in THE AGE OF ADALINE for Lionsgate. The actress will next appear in the upcoming film RACE opposite Jason Sudeikis based on the true life story of track and field star Jesse Owens, who overcame adversity to win four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games. She can next be seen in TABLE 19 opposite Anna Kendrick about a collection of strangers grouped together at a wedding’s “singles table“ which Fox will release in January 2017. (more…)
David Cubitt currently stars in the SyFy series Van Helsing and can also be seen opposite Naomi Watts and Oliver Platt in the feature film Shut In.
Recently Cubitt caught the eye of Roland Emmerich and was cast opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers in feature film Stonewall having premiered at TIFF’s 2015 Gala Screening. He was also featured in Universal Pictures The Seventh Son alongside Jeff Bridges & Julianne Moore. David is most notably known for his leading role opposite Patricia Arquette in the hit NBC series, Medium.
Born in England to a Dutch mother and British father, Cubitt was six months old when his family moved to Vancouver. While attending university, he worked on a cable music video show called Night Vision, performing in comedic sketch segments. Cubitt describes this experience as “the beginning of [his] love affair with acting.” David studied acting full time until he was kicked out of theatre school having been told he “couldn’t act and would never work.” Soon afterward, Cubitt landed a leading role in the feature Alive directed by Frank Marshall, starring Ethan Hawke. (more…)
Peter McRobbie most recently appeared as Pop Pop in M. Night Shyamalan’s THE VISIT. He has appeared in twelve Broadway plays and some fifty feature films — among them, BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN, THE HOAX, WORLD TRADE CENTER, LINCOLN, INHERENT VICE and Steven Spielberg’s upcoming BRIDGE OF SPIES. On televison (where he is perhaps best known for ten years as Judge Walter Bradley on “Law & Order”) recent work includes “Boardwalk Empire”, “Elementary”, “Believe”, “Braindead”, “The Good Wife”, “Daredevil” and HBO’s “Confirmation”.
A graduate of Vancouver’s prestigious theatre school, Studio 58, Ty’s motto has always been to take work regardless of the size the role. This work ethic has led him to over 140 television and feature appearances.
Feature credits include ‘War for the Planet of The Apes’, “Godzilla”, “Twilight”, “2012”, “The Day The Earth Stood Still”, X-Men 2”, “Elektra, “Just Friends”, “RV”, “Marriage” and “Alien Vs Predator 2” .
Ty’s most recent work in TV includes a recurring role on The CW’s “The 100”, “Continuum”, “Supernatural” the Lifetime film “The Killing Game”, and regular roles on the ABC series “Defying Gravity” and “Men In Trees”. His guest spots include “Beauty & The Beast”, “iZombie” “Motive”, “Arrow”, “Hell on Wheels”, “Once Upon A Time”, “Human Target”, “Eureka”, “Psych”, Battlestar Galactica” and “The Evidence”.
Stephen McHattie has recently completed Day 6 directed by Darren Aronofsky and Crown and Anchor directed by Andrew Rowe. He can be seen in The Watchmen for Warner Brothers, which reunited him with Zach Snyder who directed him in the international blockbuster 300. He had a significant presence in 2012 directed by Roland Emmerich.
Other films credits include Meetings with a Young Poet, Wolves with Jason Momoa, and Haunter with Abigail Breslin (dir. Vincenzo Natali), Immortals (dir. by Tarsem Singh), Score: The Musical which opened the Toronto International Film Festival in 2010, Poor Boy’s Game with Danny Glover (dir. Clement Virgo), and The Time Keeper opposite Roy Dupuis, for which McHattie received a Jutra nomination. He starred with Dupuis as the legendary hockey coach “Dick Irvin” in The Rocket: The Maurice Richard Story, a performance for which he earned Canada’s 2007 Genie Award for his outstanding performance. (more…)
Philip Granger is a distinguished recipient of a Gemini Award and two Hollywood Drama Logue Awards and is the senior academic officer of New Image College’s Acting Department heading up one of the countries most respected acting programs. You would be hard placed not to find an actor, writer, director or producer in Vancouver that hasn’t worked with Phil Granger on one project or another. With a resume that boasts over a hundred acting credits, thirty producing and fifteen directing credits, Phil is one of the most established actors in Canada’s film community.
He holds an impressive resume that includes titles like AMC’s thriller, The Killing, Once Upon A Time, Lucifer, Arrow, Rogue, Paramount Pictures Monster Truck, Eli Craig’s Tucker and Dale vs Evil, Caprica, V, Comforting Skin, Southern Justice, Walter Hill’s Broken Trail starring Robert Duvall, Steven Spielberg’s Taken, and the critically acclaimed film, The Paper Moon Affair, for which Phil was nominated for a Leo Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film. (more…)