A young star on the rise, Chloe Rose has been acting since she was 14 years old. Her first job was a series regular role on the hit TV series “Degrassi: The Next Generation” where she played “Katie” for two seasons before Graduating from the show high school simultaneously.
Other television credits include guest spots on “Cracked” for CBC, “Lost Girl” for Syfy and a recurring guest spot on “Rookie Blue” for Global and ABC. Chloe had the great fortune to work with Anita Doron on her feature film “The Lesser Blessed” opposite Benjamin Bratt, which screened at TIFF in 2012. She also had a supporting role in the Lifetime movie “Breakdown at 17” and a guest spot on the web series “Dark Net” produced by Vincenzo Natali and Copperheart.
Most recently Chloe played a supporting role in the independent feature film “Unearthing” and a guest spot on the new Syfy show “Killjoys”. Her short film “Sly Clad” directed by Michael Seater premiered at Cannes 2014. Chloe stars in the Bruce McDonald feature “Hellions” which will make its debut at Sundance 2015.
Robert Patrick is an actor who’s worked with some of the top actors and directors in his field for the last 20 years. His breakthrough role came as the legendary T-1000 in Terminator 2 and since then, he has worked on iconic films and television shows including Die Hard 2, Wayne’s World, Last Action Hero, Fire in the Sky, Cop Land, The Faculty, Walk the Line, Bridge to Terabithia, Spy Kids, Flags of Our Fathers and on the television hits The Sopranos, The Outer Limits, Elvis, The Unit, The X-Files and Sons of Anarchy.
He can currently be seen as Agent Cabe Gallow in the ensemble “fun-cedural” SCORPION for CBS which premiered to big numbers for the network on Monday, September 22nd.
On the small screen, Robert was a series regular on the final seasons of HBO’s TRUE BLOOD. He did a cameo role on the cult favorite COMMUNITY and had a supporting role in Season 1 of Robert Rodriguez’ From Dusk til Dawn for the El Rey Network. His recent films include Universal Picture’s IDENTITY THIEF with Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman, Warner Bros GANGSTER SQUAD in which he played a member of Josh Brolin’s “squad” going up against Sean Penn as Mickey Cohen, TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE opposite Clint Eastwood, LOVELACE opposite Sharon Stone and Amanda Seyfried and Universal’s remake of ENDLESS LOVE with Alex Pettyfer. He will next be seen in Focus Features’ KILL THE MESSENGER, opposite Jeremy Renner.
Rossif Sutherland, an established performer in Music, Film and Television has developed a very impressive resume.
Sutherland’s film credits include “Big Muddy” directed by Jefferson Moneo; “I’m Yours” opposite Karine Vanasse, directed by Leonard Farlinger and produced by New Real films; his Genie nominated performance in Gary Yates’ feature film “High Life” opposite Timothy Olyphant and Joe Anderson, and the critically acclaimed Clement Virgo feature “Poor Boy’s Game” opposite Danny Glover all of which premiered The Toronto International Film Festival. Other film credits include “Timeline”, a Paramount feature directed by Richard Donner as well as the independent feature film “Red Doors” directed by Georgia Lee.
In Television, Sutherland had series regular roles on the hit tv show “Reign” for the CW as well as “KING” for Showcase. Other credits include recurring guest spots on shows such as NBC’s “Crossing Lines” and BBCA’s “Copper” as well as TMN’s “Living In Your Car”; “Monk” and “Being Erica” and “Cracked” for CBC. Rossif had a recurring role in season 10 of NBC’s hit show “ER”.
Most recently Rossif filmed the lead in Paul Gross’ wartime feature “Hyena Road” in Jordan and he has a supporting role in the Bruce MacDonald feature “Hellions” which will premiere at The Sundance Film Festival 2015. When he’s not acting, he is very busy recording his music.
From the age of 12, Rachel Wilson has appeared in numerous films and television series both in Canada and the U.S. From her breakout role in “Breaker High” opposite Ryan Gosling, to starring roles in such films as Mystery, Alaska, Anywhere But Here, and The Glass House, Wilson has worked with some of the top names in Hollywood.
Rachel has starred in the Emmy and Gemini nominated miniseries “The Kennedys”, opposite Tom Wilkinson, has recurred on CBC’s hit series “Republic of Doyle” with Allan Hawco in her Gemini–‐nominated role as Dr. Nikki Rehnolds, as well as Global TV’s “Bomb Girls” opposite Meg Tilly and Ali Liebert. This past year she has guest starred with Piper Perabo in the Golden Globe nominated “Covert Affairs”, completed the MOW “Kept Woman” with Courtney Ford, as well as Bruce McDonald’s horror film “Hellions” premiering at Sundance this month. Most recently Rachel reprised her role in the final season of “Republic of Doyle” and guest starred on the CW’s “Reign” and CTV’s “Spun Out” with Dave Foley.
Luke Bilyk is a Canadian actor known foremost for his role as super jock Drew Tores in his 5th season of the long running hit show Degrassi: The Next Generation and as a lead actor on the Emmy-Award winning series Lost Girl. He is also known for projects such as Flashpoint, A Ted Named Gooby and My Babysitter’s a Vampire. Luke has worked with “Free The Children” travelling with the renowned organization to India, Haiti and, most recently, Nicaragua. In 2013 Luke co-produced and starred in three short films: Cycle of Broken Grace, Where Love Takes You and Little White Lines. The thriller-horror feature Hellions, directed by Bruce McDonald, is his most recent acting project.
Peter DaCunha is an 11 year old actor who has quite an extensive resume. At 6 years old he began acting in commercials and has since transitioned into the world of film and television. His young career quickly took off, with guest appearances in Rookie Blue, Alphas, Against the wall, Flashpoint, The Listener, The Rick Mercer Show and television movies such as, “Mistletoe Over Manhattan”, Disney’s “Frenemies”, “Home Alone 5”, “Holidaze” and “Pete’s Christmas.”
Peter can also be seen in Darren Bousman’s, “The Barrens” with Stephen Moyer and Mia Kirshner, Damian Lee’s “A Dark Truth” with Andy Garcia, Forrest Whitaker and Eva Longoria, and Vincenzo Natali’s “Haunter” with Abigail Breslin, Peter Outerbridge, Michelle Nolden and Stephen McHattie. In the last two years he had a leading role in Jordan Barker’s “Torment” with Katherine Isabel and Robin Dunne, and a recurring role as Prince Charles of France, in the CW Network’s series Reign.
Most recently, Peter filmed a pilot written by Ricky Blitt and Johnny Galecki; worked with veteran actor Christopher Plummer in the feature film “Remember”; and completed a leading role in the piece “The Box”, directed by Jovanka Vuckovic, as part of the horror anthology XX.
“Hellions”, with Chloe Rose and Robert Patrick and directed by Bruce Macdonald, is set to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2015.