ALEX WEINER / Clyde Nelson
Alex began acting professionally at the age of 17 when, after one of his very first auditions, he landed a leading role in the feature film Territories (Olivier Abbou). Alex has since worked with various directors on numerous projects, including the lead role in the feature film CLYDECYNIC (Ramiro Bélanger), a supporting role in the feature The Good Lie (Shawn Linden), a supporting role in the Sonar Network mini-series Exploding The Sun (Michael Robison, aired on Space and SYFY in the spring of 2013) and guest starring on Spike TV's Blue Mountain State. He also did voice acting for animated productions like Wink and the lead in the animated pilot Hubert and Takako. Alex also lends his talent behind the camera, involving himself in the producing, directing and writing of several short films.

MARK KRUPA / Elijah Nelson
Mark started his career with the multi-cultural theatre troupe Montreal Serai before expanding into TV and film in both the English and French Canadian markets. Some of his most notable performances can be seen in Human Trafficking, Silent Night, L’incomparable Mademoiselle C and The Last Templar. He also wrote, co-executive produced, and acted in the The Wild Hunt, which won the Best First Canadian Feature Film prize at TIFF in 2009 as well as the audience award for best feature film at Slamdance in 2010. At the 2011 Gémaux awards, Mark was nominated as Best Host in a Youth Series for Zooville which aired on SRC for 2 seasons, totaling 104 episodes. He also wrote and hosted the travel-adventure series Hooked With Mark Krupa, which airs internationally. Mark also completed his Master’s degree in Dramatherapy at Concordia University. In between productions, he works with troubled teens.

JESSE CAMACHO / Kevin Thomson
Jesse has been an ACTRA member since the age of 8. At 9, he landed a recurring role on the Hallmark series Tales From The Neverending Story and a role in the critically acclaimed feature film 12 And Holding shot completely on location in New York. After several painfully close calls with American Network TV series and Hollywood studios, he landed a lead role in the independent feature film, Summerhood.  He can also be seen in the role of young Duddy Kravitz in the mini-series St. Urban’s Horseman. Other credits include The Trotsky, Rapture Palooza, Kickass II and the upcoming feature Nicky Deuce. Jesse recently completed filming on the fourth season of the Gemini-winning, HBO Canada series, Less Than Kind. When not on set, Jesse can be found in front of his computer working on one of his many screenplays. Among his most prized possessions are the two Canadian Comedy Awards for best ensemble cast he shares with his Less Than Kind castmate.

Born and raised in Montreal as the son of Czech immigrants, Richard’s father was a cabaret and theater performer in Europe before coming to Canada. Richard always liked performing in front of an audience and he realized after doing his first play at the age of 14 that it was his calling in life. While taking acting classes, he got his first movie acting job and decided to whole-heartedly pursue his career as an actor. He has worked all over Canada, in the U.S., Europe, and New Zealand. Right now, his home is wherever work and life may take him.

Cara Reynolds began her acting career in Montreal at the age of 9. She landed her third audition ever, earning a role in the feature film Eye of The Beholder, where she played the younger version of Ashley Judd’s character Joanna Eris. She later had a brief stint on the children’s television series Caillou, as well as on PBS Kids cooking show Wiz Chef. She then held a series of small roles in three Canadian independent features. Throughout her teenage years, Cara landed roles in her high school’s renditions of Cheaper by The Dozen and Alice in Wonderland. Cara took a short hiatus from acting in order to focus on her studies before deciding to combine her love of acting and academia to enroll in John Abbott’s Professional Theatre program. After a year of learning from some great mentors, Cara moved to Vancouver to take a crack at the West Coast film and television industry.

Ever since joining his high school improv team in the 9th grade, Francis has been passionate about acting as a hobby. As a teenager, he was involved in live action role-playing games where he met Ramiro Bélanger, who, seeing a lot of raw talent, inspired him to continue developing his acting skills. A decade later, Francis was cast to play JR in the short film Raymond May Have Rabies. His performance blew the team away, so Ramiro decided to write a part for him in his first feature, CLYDECYNIC. He was the only non-unionized actor in the production and held his own as a professional. Since then, Francis has written and directed his first short film, Two Inches From Death.