Glen Gould as Jared

At the age of 19, Glen Gould boarded a bus and left his home and family on the small east coast island of Unama’ki (aka Cape Breton) to pursue his lifelong dream of being an actor. He has since appeared in numerous theater productions and can be seen in more than 50 television and film productions. In television, he is best known as Det. Jerry Commanda in the hit CTV series Cardinal and had recurring roles on Tribal, The Strain, Mohawk Girls, Blackstone and DaVinci’s Inquest. Glen can also be seen in the Ireland-shot mini-series Dominion Creek (Seasons 1 & 2) and starred as Native Rancher, John Eagle in the APTN series Cashing In. In film, most recently, Glen worked on the feature film 8:37 REBIRTH and the Colorado set TV Pilot, Badwater. Prior to that, he starred opposite Bella Thorne in the feature film GIRL, which also starred Mickey Rourke. Glen was recently nominated Best Supporting Actor at the 2020 RNFF for his performance in the award-winning film, Monkey Beach. He received Best Actor Awards for the feature films North Mountain (RNFF) and Rhymes for Young Ghouls (2014 AIMPA). Glen’s Staring role in Charlie Zone won him the prestigious David Renton Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor at the Atlantic Film Festival and the Best Actor at the Dreamspeaker’s Film Festival. Glen is also known as for his rich voice, providing voice overs and narration for a numerous TV shows and documentaries. He can currently be heard as the narrator in the TV docu-series, The Wild Ones. He is known for his voice work in several animation productions, most notably as the voice of Bill Tukyuk on the hit series Yvon of the Yukon. Glen has also embarked on a career as a musician, with his country-rock band, Donna’s Boy.

Pasha Ebrahimi as Sergei

Pasha Ebrahimi is a film and theatre professional with roots in the Canadian Maritime provinces. He is known for his work on such east coast film and television productions as Charlie Zone, Hobo with a Shotgun, Trailer Park Boys, Pure, Call Me Fitz, Sex and Violence and many more. His career trajectory propelled him from the east coast to the west coast as he earned roles on prominent shows such as Supergirl, Six, Supernatural, Shadow Hunters: The Mortal Instruments, and The Good Doctor, acting alongside industry staples such as Teri Hatcher, Richard Brake, Rutger Hauer, and Henry Thomas. He recently completed a starring role in 8:37 Rebirth. Pasha's dedication to his craft and his ability to develop nuanced performances have earned him numerous film festival nominations including three ACTRA nominations: Best Actor (Lord of Chaos) and twice for Best Supporting Actor (Sex and Violence).

Mark A. Owen as John

Mark A Owen a rugged chameleon character actor has appeared in over 50 film and television productions. You may have seen him in the CBC mini series Canada Russia 1972, Designated Survivor, Murdock Mysteries and The Hummingbird Project, to name just a few. Mark’s ability to play intense tough characters has been reflected in his extensive body of work spanning 25 years. Mark a former high level varsity athlete studied Business at SMU, Broadcast Journalism at Loyalist College (Deans List). This formal education combined with passion, private acting coaching and extensive acting training over two decades; have helped Mark carve out a great carreer. A native of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Mark now lives in his hometown of Halifax. His latest role in 837 Re-birth is an example of his intense character work. Mark can be reached at Glickman Alexander Talent Management.

Amy Trefry as Nora

Amy has been working in the film industry as an actor since 2016, she is known for her three-season role on the CBC comedy, Mr. D, and her starring role in the digital medical drama season I Hear You. Her films have screened internationally at some of the top festivals including TIFF, Berlin, and the Sitges Film Festival. Her performance in the short film Jerky was awarded Best Actress by the Cinema Soup Festival as well as Best Short Drama at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival. With a long history as an activist, Amy is engaged in the film industry as a member of Women in Film and Television Atlantic, the Atlantic Film Cooperative, and is a Councillor for the Atlantic ACTRA branch.

David Christoffel as Neil

David Christoffel has appeared in dozens of television, film and stage productions across the country since graduating from the National Theatre School of Canada in 1984. Most recently he has been seen in recurring roles in Diggstown (CBC)and the web series I Hear You. He has also voiced characters for the animated series Hot Wheels and Addison. Other screen credits include: Dawn, Her Dad and the Tractor, Pure, Mr. D, Relative Happiness, The Book of Negroes, The River King and three Jesse Stone movies. Stage credits include The Lear Project, Art, High School Musical and The Devil's Disciple (Neptune Theatre), as well as seasons at the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Daniel Lillford as Houseman

Daniel Lillford has been an actor and playwright for more than 30 years, working in Australia and Canada. His most onscreen acting credits are the series Trailer Park Boys: Jail (Netflix), the web series Wharf Rats for which he was Nominated at Bilbao Series Land for Best Supporting Actor and a recurring role on Diggstown (CBC/Fox). Other notable credits are: three seasons as Leslie Dancer on Trailer Park Boys, the features Splinters (Thom Fitzgerald), Swearnet (Warren P. Sonoda), Snow Angels (David Gordon Green), and the short Two Penny Road Kill (Lisa Rose Snow). Daniel has also appeared in numerous theatre productions such as Calendar Girls (Neptune Theatre), Noises Off, Travesties and Glengarry Glen Ross at the Segal Centre. ​ He has had over 30 productions of his plays produced (garnering several awards) in Australia, Canada, the United States and Scotland. Daniel Lillford and his wife Rachel, who together left Australia in 1997, live in Nova Scotia, on the Annapolis River, with their three sons, Harry, Jesse and Rupert. ​