Mark Taylor is a Canadian actor born and raised in Toronto. Taylor is predominantly known for his roles as Eugene Donovan in Seventeen Again, Romeo in Student Bodies and Kwest in Instant Star. Mark was also nominated for a Canadian Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a featured supporting role in a dramatic program and series for his role as Lewis ‘Lou’ Young in the Canadian police drama television series Flashpoint. Mark also appeared as a series regular in the 2018 mini-series Insomnia and has had recurring roles on Young and The Restless and the Oprah Winfrey produced TV series Greenleaf.
In Taylor’s earlier days he studied computer engineering and technology at Seneca College and graduated from Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute. Most recently Mark has appeared in Kasi Lemmons’ Self Made: Inspired By The Life of Madam C.J Walker on Netflix starring Octavia Spencer, Tiffany Haddish and Blair Underwood, CBC’s Frankie Drake Mysteries, BET’s Christmas Belles and Hallmark’s Memories of Christmas alongside Christina Milian. You can also catch Mark playing Clark Coleman in CBC’s Coroner as a recurring guest star and this Christmas in Lifetime’s Miracle in Motor City with Tia Mowry.
Glenn was born and raised in Belleville, ON. His father, Carl, was an award winning Canadian Playwright (Mail Order Annie) and his mother, Joanne, was the lead singer of a 50s Rock and Roll cover band (Freddy Vette and the Flames) who played shows and festivals in Canada and the US for over 15 years.
Glenn took his first step toward acting in high school performing in several plays and musicals including You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown and Clue The Musical. After receiving a Bachelors Degree in Political Science at McMaster University he decided to pursue his dream of acting. He then attended the Lee Strasburg Theatre and Film Institute in New York City where he studied under the infamous Lola Cohen.
After Glenn graduated he returned to Toronto and has since been doing commercial, television and film spots including The Preachers Sin, Rookie Blue, and Paranormal Witness. He loves the challenges and obstacles acting presents and plans to continue taking on ambitious roles and projects.
Emidio Lopes is a young actor based in the GTA area. He graduated from Toronto Academy Of Acting in 2017 and also took several workshop classes with Director Michael Kennedy. Since beginning his acting journey 4 years ago, Emidio has been in numerous short films, commercials and a Theatre Production, some of which have gone into the film festival circuit. Some of the titles include Heart Strings, Keeping David, Hang Up, Killer Bananas, Third Law, Pressure Play, the thought-provoking To Kill A Secret and most recently the feature film Because We Are.
Emidio has also appeared on season 2 of the Amazon Prime series Age of the Living Dead and the FX series What We Do in the Shadows. He has also recently worked on the Nick Santora project Most Dangerous Game which aired on the new streaming service Quibi that launched in Spring 2020.
Singer, songwriter and music producer Jamal Pink is an artist from Toronto, Ontario. A student of the late 90’s and early 2000’s pop and R&B, the young singer specializes in blending the beautiful melodies and vocal arrangements of the early 2000’s with the high gloss production of modern pop. His smooth, sauve, velvety vocals and gorgeous production style culminate to deliver a fresh take on both Pop and R&B.
Jamal also hopes to pursue a career in acting by making his debut in the new short film To Kill A Secret set to release later this year.
Melissa is a Toronto-based actress, writer, media professional and Japanese-Italian hybrid. She is a member of ACTRA and currently represented by Hero Artists.
Melissa's love for performing began when she was a child, which prompted her parents to sign her up for singing, dancing and acting lessons. While later attending an arts high school, Melissa got her first film and television agent and began acting in various commercials and productions across the city. In pursuit of her passion for storytelling and the entertainment industry, Melissa studied Radio and Television Arts and English at Ryerson University, and more recently received her Masters in Media Production.
Melissa hopes to continue telling captivating stories both in front and behind the camera, in this exciting and ever-evolving industry.