The Cast

(Nikita Samuelle)

A native of Australia, Peta Wilson moved to the United States in 1991 to study acting and landed her first role in the production of "Fool For Love" for the Actors Guild Theatre. Wilson's additional credits include the feature films "Reasonable Force," "Sadness of Sex," "Naked Jane," "Loser" and "Woman Undone," the cable anthology "Strangers" and the telefilm "Vanishing Point." Wilson spent her early years traveling with her family as an "army brat." Raised in Paupau, New Guinea, she is an accomplished sailor, having garnered the title of Australian Champion Trailer Sailors along with her father and brother. She is also a standout netball player, and was the youngest woman to compete on the Australian national team.


Born in Ontario and raised in Quebec, Roy Dupuis began his training when a friend changed his mind about auditioning for the National Theatre School of Canada, and Dupuis, as a fluke, replaced him and was chosen out of two thousand people who enrolled. His film credits include "Jesus of Montreal," "Screamers," "Being Home With Claude" and "Hemoglobin" which will be released in '97. Dupuis won the Best Actor award in the Cannes Audio/Video Festival for his role in "Emily" and went on to star as the same character in the sequel "Blanche." His television credits include a co-starring role in the mini-series "Million Dollar Babies." Among his theatre credits are the title roles in "Romeo and Juliet" and "Harold and Maude." Dupuis has won numerous Canadian awards, including two consecutive Metrostars for Best Actor, the Gemeau Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series for "Les Filles De Caleb" and the Rose D'Or, a popular Canadian vote, for Actor of the Year.


Alberta Watson has starred in a multitude of telefilms, including "Frame Up," "Dog Hermit," "Moon Indigo," "Red Earth, White Earth" and the mini-series "Kane and Abel." She has guest-starred on such series as "The Outer Limits," "Law and Order," "The Equalizer" and "Hill Street Blues" and the cable movie "Gotti." On the big screen, Watson has appeared in "Hackers," "The Keep" and "Spanking the Monkey" which earned her the Sundance Film Festival Audience Award. In addition, she was voted Best Supporting Actress at the Yorktown Film Festival for her role in "Exposure," and garnered a Genie Award nomination as Best Supporting Acresss for "In Praise Of Older Women." Her other projects include the upcoming films "The Sweet Hereafter," "Seeds of Doubt," and "Shoemaker."


A native of New York, Eugene Robert Glazer worked various jobs, including securities trading, taxi driving, and construction before settling into acting. On the big screen, Glazer has appeared in "Harlem Nights," "Stepping Out," "Hollywood Shuffle," "The Five Heartbeats" and most recently, "Skeletons." Glazer's television credits include recurring roles on "General Hospital" and the cable series "E.N.G.," and the made-for-television movies "Golden Will: The Silken Laumann Story," "Women of Windsor" and "The Substitute." On stage, he has appeared in productions of "Dylan," "The Crucible," "Lunchtime" and most recently, "Staccato."


A graduate of Claude Watson School for the Performing Arts, Matthew Ferguson's first professional job was the stage production "Geometry in Venice" which garnered him a Dora Mavor Moore Award nomination for Best Featured Actor. He continues to perform in theatre workshops with Equity Showcase, including the recent production of "Measure for Measure." Born and raised on Toronto Island, his film work includes "The Long Kiss Goodnight." He has received two Genie Award nominations for Best Leading Actor for his roles in "Eclipse" and "Lillies," and an additional Best Supporting Actor nomination for "Love and Human Remains." Ferguson's television credits include guest-starring roles on "Street Legal" and "Top Cops" and the upcoming "PSI Factor." He has also starred in several cable movies including "Harrison Bergeron" and "The Deliverance of Elaine."


Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Walter Francks launched his film career in "Finian's Rainbow" and went on to star in "Fast Company," "My Bloody Valentine," "Married To It, " and "Johnny Mnemonic." His voice has been heard in hundreds of commercials and animated series, including "Beetlejuice," "Free Willy," "Cadillacs & Dinosaurs" and "Inspector Gadget." Francks has also appeared both on and off Broadway in such productions as "The Flip Side," On a Clear Day," "Kelly" and "Leonard Bernstein's Theatre Song." The recipient of two consecutive ACTRA Awards for Best Dramatic Presentation for his roles in "Drying Up the Streets" and "The Phoenix Team," Francks extensive television work also includes "Top Cops," "Mister Rogers," "Road to Avonlea," "Ice Princess," "Wild Wild West," "Man From U.N.C.L.E." and "Mission Impossible."

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