Jeanie made her start onstage in Toronto’s comedy scene with her sketch troupe The GTOs back in the 90s. Her start in TV came with the CBC produced teen show Our Hero. Career highlights are the teen flick Get Over It (Miramax) where she played Martin Short’s straightwoman, partying through the final season of Slings and Arrows (TMN), getting beheaded on Murdoch Mysteries (CBC), and finally playing Sandy in the play Pond Life by her husband Gord Rand. She was last onstage at the Storefront in The Baby and can be seen in My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2.
Dwain Murphy was born on the small Caribbean island of Dominica. After coming to Canada with his parents at the age of four, Murphy was persuaded to start acting and graduated from the Humber College Acting for Film and Television program. He is known for playing the character Bishop in How She Move, and a supporting role as Flipper in Poor Boy’s Game. He also works in television and is known for his recurring role as Eric, Marco Del Rossi’s boyfriend, in Degrassi: The Next Generation, and for playing Giles, Carlos’s brother in The Line. He also had a starring role in the movie Saving God as Norris. Murphy currently resides in Toronto, Ontario. He also has a love for basketball.
Robin studied acting at York University and has gone on to play a variety of roles on stage and screen. On stage he played Claudio in Much Ado Nothing in Brampton’s inaugural Shakespeare in the Square, Lysander in A Mid-Summer Night’s Dream, George in Possible Worlds, Artie in Column 13’s Hurly Burly and, most recently, Tommy in The Dreamer Examines His Pillow. Along with co-producing Possible Worlds, he starred and co-produced the original play Breathe Electric at Factory Theatre. On screen, in addition to numerous 30-second shorts, Robin has appeared on Warehouse 13, Lost Girl, Reign and appears opposite Kiefer Sutherland in Designated Survivor. He acted, wrote and produced the short Waken and also appeared in The Attwood Paradox currently doing the festival circuit.
Justin Goodhand SELECTED THEATRE: Arcadia (Citadel Theatre), A Year With Frog and Toad (Neptune Theatre), Retreat (Theatre Brouhaha), Anne Carson’s Antigonick (Summerworks Theatre Festival), Spelling 255 (Carousel Theatre), Normal (HumanZoo), Possible Worlds (Talk is Free Theatre and BeMe Theatre, Munich) Wrecked (Roseneath Theatre) for which he received two Dora Award nominations, Cowboy of the Western World (Performing Arts Collective), Blood Ties (Summerworks Theatre Festival), The Corpse Bride (Theatre Panik), Macbeth (Driftwood Theatre Group), Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (CTP), Pip in Great Expectations (Talk is Free Theatre, Magnus Theatre, and Theatre Orangeville), SELECTED FILM/TV: 12 Monkeys (SyFy/Universal), Reign (CW Network/CBS), Murdoch Mysteries (CBC/UKTV), Beauty and the Beast (CW Network/CBS), Milk and Honey (Tom Pepper/James Schultz), Flashpoint (CTV/CBS), Stories We Tell directed by Sarah Polley (NFB), Certain Prey (USA Network). OTHER: Justin will be directing Sarah Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone in the spring of 2017. Stay up to date at www.justingoodhand.com - and - www.oxenfreetheatre.com