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Before You Say I DoGeorge Murray's fiancée Jane Gardner gets cold feet after accepting his ring, terrorized by her first wedding with Doug, who cheated that very day with their wedding coordinator. George then travels back in time and tries to change Jane's negative outlook on marriage.
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David SutcliffeBirth date: 8 June 1969, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CanadaDescription: David Sutcliffe was born June 8, 1969 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. He grew up in Grimsby and St. Catharines, Ontario. His childhood and teen years were spent dedicated to sports. He began acting while attending the University of Toronto when a lower-back injury forced him to quit the varsity basketball team. He moved to Los Angeles in 1998.
Jennifer WestfeldtBirth date: 2 February 1970, Guilford, Connecticut, USADescription: Jennifer is an American actress and filmmaker, who is perhaps best known for writing and starring in the indie hits, Kissing Jessica Stein (2001) and Friends with Kids (2011).A graduate from Yale University, Jennifer started her career as a New York-based theater actor, starring in over 25 off-Broadway and regional productions, before coming to Hollywood in 1997. Within weeks of her arrival, she landed a series regular role in ABC's Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place (1998), alongside Ryan Reynolds, Traylor Howard and Richard Ruccolo. That same year, she co-wrote and starred in an off-Broadway play, with Heather Juergensen, called "Lipschtick: The Story of Two Women Seeking The Perfect Shade", that caught the attention of Hollywood studios. The play was optioned by "Radar Pictures" to be made into a film, starring Westfeldt and Juergensen.After one season on "Two Guys", 20th Century Fox Studios pulled Jennifer from that show to cast her as the lead of another show for them, the short-lived Holding the Baby (1998) on Fox.While Westfeldt was busy shooting sitcoms, she and Juergensen were also hard at work, developing their play into a screenplay. Frustrated by the slow pace of studio development, they bought back the rights to their script and decided to make their film independently, on a shoestring budget. The film was Kissing Jessica Stein (2001)."Kissing Jessica Stein" was snapped up by "Fox Searchlight", when it debuted at the LA International Film Festival, then was released to critical acclaim in March of 2002. Jennifer received the Golden Satellite Award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for her role as "Jessica", an Indie Spirit Nomination for Best First Screenplay, and a Special Jury Prize for Writing and Acting at the Los Angeles International Film Festival. The film won the Audience Award for Best Feature at the Los Angeles International Film Festival, the Audience Favorites Award at the Chicago International Film Festival, the Audience Award at the Miami Film Festival, Best Feature at the Louisville Jewish Film Festival, and the GLAAD Media Award.Jennifer continued to work steadily in television, starring in pilots for the WB (The Gene Pool (2001) opposite Chris Eigeman in 2001), F/X (The untitled Paul Reiser pilot in 2002), and NBC (Steve Levitan's Dante (2005) in 2005), and doing recurring and guest roles on Judging Amy (1999), Hack (2002), Numb3rs (2005) and Snoops (1999). She also starred in the indie, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover (2004) (aka "How To Lose Your Lover"), in 2004, opposite Paul Schneider.She made her Broadway debut, in the fall of 2003, in the critical and commercial hit, "Wonderful Town", starring opposite two-time Tony Winner Donna Murphy and directed by three-time Tony Winner Kathleen Marshall. Jennifer received a 2004 Tony nomination, a Theater World Award for Outstanding Broadway Debut, and a Drama League Award for her role as "Eileen Sherwood".Jennifer's second feature as an actress/scribe, Ira & Abby (2006), marked her first solo screen-writing effort. "Ira & Abby" won the Audience Award for Best Feature at the Los Angeles Film Festival, the Jury Prize for Best Feature at the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, and the Audience Award for Best Feature at the Boston Jewish Film Festival. Additionally, Jennifer won Best Actress at the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival for her performance as "Abby". The film was acquired by "Magnolia Pictures" and was released to critical acclaim in the fall of 2007. That same year, Jennifer was cast as the lead of ABC's Notes from the Underbelly (2007), directed and executive produced by Barry Sonnenfeld. "Notes" ran for two seasons on ABC. Her recent television credits include memorable arcs on ABC's hit, Grey's Anatomy (2005) and the final season of Fox's hit, 24 (2001), as well as starring in the TV movie, Before You Say 'I Do' (2009), opposite David Sutcliffe.Her recent stage work includes the world premiere of Joe Gilford's "Finks" at the Powerhouse Theater, opposite Josh Radnor and directed by Charlie Stratton (2008); the world premiere of Cusi Cram's "A Lifetime Burning" at Primary Stages off-Broadway, directed by Pam Mackinnon (2009); "Three Sisters" at LA Theaterworks (2011) and the world premiere of Stephen Belber's "The Power of Duff" at the Powerhouse Theater, opposite Greg Kinnear and directed by Peter Dubois (2012).On the big screen, Jennifer Westfeldt most recently wrote, starred in and made her directorial debut in the indie hit, Friends with Kids (2011), released by Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions in March 2012. "Friends with Kids" was a breakout hit at the 2011 Toronto Film Festival, and boasted a stellar cast, including Adam Scott, Maya Rudolph, Kristen Wiig, Chris O'Dowd, Ed Burns, Megan Fox and Jon Hamm.Jennifer has been in a relationship with Jon Hamm since 1997. They reside in both New York and Los Angeles.
Lauren HollyBirth date: 28 October 1963, Bristol, Pennsylvania, USADescription: Born in Bristol, Pennsylvania, the daughter of two college professors, Lauren grew up in the upstate New York town of Geneva. Her childhood was split between experiences that contrasted. She was privy to the shelter of growing up in a rural town and also exposed due to the erudite sophistication of her parents' academic careers. Lauren spent time traveling in Europe and lived for a year in London, where she studied languages and flute at the famed Sarah Siddons School. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College in New York, Lauren credits her love of acting to her great-grandmother who bred a family tradition of "treading the boards" on the musical theatre stages of Liverpool and London. Lauren's breakthrough motion picture performance came in the New Line Cinema's box-office smash, Dumb & Dumber (1994), with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels. Lauren captured the hearts of audiences, as "Mary Swanson", the woman who drove Jim Carrey to follow her across the country to pledge his love. Next, she received glowing reviews for her performance in the Edward Burns drama, No Looking Back (1998), as a woman whose life in a small seaside community is turned upside down by the reappearance of her ex-boyfriend. Lauren's other film credits include Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday," with Al Pacino, Cameron Diaz and Jamie Fox, Sydney Pollack's "Sabrina," starring Harrison Ford, the action-drama "Turbulence," co-starring Ray Liotta, the Miramax ensemble "Beautiful Girls," a lead role in the Universal production of "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story," "A Smile Like Yours," "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane," the comedy "Down Periscope," starring Kelsey Grammer, "Entropy" and "The Last Producer," starring and directed by Burt Reynolds.In television, Lauren's credits are no less impressive. Lauren recently starred in 2 films for Hallmark. She also boasts three seasons as Director Jenny Shepard in CBS/Paramount Television's top-rated drama series NCIS. Lauren was seen in the TNT movie "King of Texas," an adaptation of Shakespeare's "King Lear," playing opposite Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden and renowned actor Patrick Stewart, and in the NBC miniseries "Jackie, Ethel, Joan: Women of Camelot," alongside Jill Hennessy and Leslie Stefanson. Additionally, Lauren starred as plastic surgeon Jeremy Hanlon on David E. Kelley's Emmy Award-nominated CBS drama, "Chicago Hope," marking her second project with Kelley, following their successful collaboration on the critically acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning series, "Picket Fences." Lauren has worked on numerous Independent films. These feature films include the political thriller "Fatwa," in which she not only acted but also served as a producer, the Peter Schwaba penned and directed comedy "Godfather of Green Bay," "The Chumscrubber," an Arie Posen directed, independent film to be released by DreamWorks, "Pleasure Drivers," directed by acclaimed cinematographer Andrej Sekula and co-starring Angus McFadden, a Lifetime movie "Caught in the Act," which she also produced, and "Chasing 3000". Most recently, Lauren starred in "You're So Cupid" with Brian Krause and Jeremy Sumpter. Additional projects contributing to the broad and diverse body of motion picture work Lauren has compiled include the drama "Colored Eggs" with Faye Dunaway, the comedy "Raising Flagg" playing opposite Oscar winner Alan Arkin, the Darrell Roodt directed HBO thriller, "Pavement", co-starring Robert Patrick and Paramount Pictures', and "What Women Want" opposite Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt. In addition, Lauren served a lead role in Disney's Oscar winning animated motion picture "Spirited Away" as the voice of Chihiro's Mother. Coming up she will play a lead in "Perfect Age of Rock and Roll," produced by Spike Lee. Lauren currently [march, 2014] makes her home in Toronto, Canada with her "three kings", sons Alexander, George, and Henry.
Brad BorbridgeBirth date: 28 October 1963, Bristol, Pennsylvania, USADescription: Brad Borbridge is known for his work on Spotlight (2015), Jumper (2008) and Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004).
Jeff RoopBirth date: 21 August 1973, Montréal, Québec, CanadaDescription: Jeff was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. While pursuing a finance degree at McGill University he began taking acting classes and performing in college and local plays. He attended theater school at the Moscow Art Theatre, in Russia, and at Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jeff can currently be seen in his starring role in the film "Backcountry". After premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, "Backcountry" went on to become one of IFC's top grossing films of 2015, sat as the Number One Horror/Thriller film on iTunes for over three weeks, and made over twenty-five Top Ten Lists. Both the film and Jeff's work have been universally praised by critics; the film is "Certified Fresh" with an 88% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Showtime purchased "Backcountry's" second window, where it is currently airing. Jeff's first professional television job after theatre school was on "The Guiding Light" and his first feature film role was in the movie "Free Money", starring his idol Marlon Brando. He also founded the critically acclaimed Arbat Theatre Company in Montreal (its productions of "The Glass Menagerie" and "This is Our Youth", both directed by Jeff's mentor, the late Jacqueline McClintock, were highlights). Jeff's first starring role in a television series was Drew in "Vampire High", syndicated Worldwide. Other notable film and television roles include starring in the ESPN feature "Codebreakers", opposite Scott Glenn; playing hockey legend Frank Mahovlich in CBC's "Canada-Russia 72"; starring opposite Katherine Heigl in NBC's "Critical Assembly"; the Lifetime feature "Widow on the Hill", opposite James Brolin; guest starring in "CSI:NY", "Without a Trace", "Numb3rs", and "Saving Hope"; playing James van der Beek's nemesis in the thriller "Final Draft", the thriller "Jekyll + Hyde", recurring roles on CBC's top-rated drama "Heartland" and "ReGenesis", starring in the CBC series "11 Cameras", starring in the Canadian-Uruguayan co-production "14 Days in Paradise", opposite Nicholas Campbell, and a lead role opposite French comedy stars Florence Foresti and Jamel Debbouze in "Hollywoo". Most recently, he co-wrote, produced and starred in "Prairie Dogs", a demo pilot for a television series made with funds from the Bravo! Channel. Apart from acting and writing, Jeff plays hockey, practices Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and is an avid reader and cinephile. He was once a fan of the Montreal Expos. Now all he has left are the Montreal Canadiens. And a lovely wife and son who teach him new things every day.
John BoylanBirth date: 21 August 1973, Montréal, Québec, CanadaDescription: A well-known Canadian actor, acting coach, teacher and mentor, John Boylan was the founder of Centre for the Arts, a community arts centre which served the community from 2003 to 2010.John is a graduate actor from The National Theatre School of Canada and 2016 film and television credits include Man Seeking Woman, The Meaning of Life, The Brief, Michael: Tuesday Thursday, From Noon to Starry Night, Running with Violet and in 1973 Alien Thunder.John delivers Directing the Actor workshops for The Directors Guild of Canada. He recently gave a hugely successful acting class at Centennial College.In addition to his ongoing classes at his studio, John has taught at Ryerson Theatre School since 2002 and for many years was a guest tutor at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, London.He delivered a Master Class to members of the acting company at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. John ran the Directing the Actor class at New York University, Graduate Film School.He created the acting for film and television course at The Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin; taught at the Guthrie Theatre, at Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh, at The Actors Centre, London, and in Zimbabwe for FIA (International Actor's Federation).He has taught at George Brown Theatre School, York University graduate and under-graduate theatre departments and Humber College. Across Canada at Workshops in the Performing Arts, Vancouver; Moving Images Group, Halifax, National Screen Institute, Winnipeg and Queens University. John designed and delivered workshops in the Vancouver, St. John's and Halifax CBC studios for ACTRAWORKS.A recent mentor under the Canadian Senior Artist's Resource Network (CSARN) program and, of course, he taught the first ever on-camera class at The Yale School of Drama.
Brandon FirlaBirth date: 21 August 1973, Montréal, Québec, CanadaDescription: Raised in Calgary, Brandon showed an early interest in the constant rejection, unpredictable income, and general anxiety disorder that only the acting profession could provide. Resilience, hard work, and sheer narcissism landed him lead roles on sitcoms Billable Hours and Little Mosque on the Prairie, as well as speaking roles in many other titles that you've probably never heard of. When not working, Brandon spends his time thinking about why he's not working more, and what he can do to his physical appearance to get more work. Between these periods of intense self-loathing, he writes and performs comedy with his brother. Together, the brothers wrote and directed the satirical musicals SARSical and An Inconvenient Musical. Both shows won Canadian Comedy Awards and Dora Awards and have subsequently gone on to relative obscurity and irrelevance. Brandon is a graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Roger DunnBirth date: 21 August 1973, Montréal, Québec, CanadaDescription: Roger Dunn is an actor, known for The Rooftop Christmas Tree (2016), Roxy Hunter and the Horrific Halloween (2008) and Nuremberg (2000).
Salvatore AntonioBirth date: 21 August 1973, Montréal, Québec, CanadaDescription: Salvatore Antonio was born in Toronto, Canada, as Salvatore Antonio Alessandro Migliore. After realizing very early on in his life that he was going to be an actor, Antonio auditioned, and was accepted into a High School for the Arts, just north of Toronto. It was during this time that his desire to make acting a profession was galvanized. In his final year of high school, he auditioned for the prestigious National Theatre School of Canada (considered to be the sister school to Julliard). After an extensive audition process, Salvatore was one of only eleven actors invited into the school, from more than eleven hundred who were auditioned nation-wide. He was also the first student from his High School for the Arts, to ever be accepted into highly-respected theatre school. The National Theatre School of Canada is a conservatory of classical theatre training in the European tradition, which required its students to study everything from theatre history and voice, to fencing and gymnastics in addition to the acting classes. By the time Antonio had completed the three year program, he had performed lead roles in main-stage productions of plays by great writers ranging from Shakespeare to Shaw. He had the opportunity to work some of North America and Europe's finest artists and directors, including Uta Hagen and Pierre Lefevre. Upon graduation form the conservatory, Salvatore Antonio, began working professionally in live theatre, playing on many of Canada's established stages. It was in the first few years out of school that he began venturing into television and film, following in the footsteps of fellow alumni like Colm Feore and Sandra Oh. In a relative short few years Antonio had played lead and supporting roles in feature films and episodic television, working with the likes of Dick Wolf, Russell Mulcahy and Jerry Ciccoritti. Whether on stage or screen the one quality that permeates all his work is his chameleon-like versatility when it comes to the variety of different roles he has played - a talent cultivated through his classical training. His body of work reveals an actor who can shift effortlessly from the dramatic to the comedic, often incorporating both, into a distinctly realized character.
Reagan PasternakBirth date: 8 March 1977, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaDescription: The youngest of four siblings, Reagan Pasternak is an actress and singer who has won numerous awards and scholarships for her music. In 2003 she was nominated for a Gemini (the Canadian equivalent of the Emmy award) for her performance as writer F. Scott Fitzgerald's wife, Zelda Fitzgerald, in "Hemingway VS. Callaghan."
Jamie BlochBirth date: 17 January 1999, CanadaDescription: Born in Toronto to a South African-Jewish family, Jamie discovered her passion for performing at the tender age of 6. Starting on stage, she appeared in a number of theatre productions that brought her out of her shell and into the spotlight. But it soon became clear that film and television was where she really needed to be, and her love for acting blossomed into a lengthy resume of television and film credits 10 years in the making. Starting in January 2016, Jamie will appear in her first season of Degrassi: Next Class as Yael Baron, a tech genius and aspiring entrepreneur. 2016 also brings the release of feature film The History of Love, where she brings to life the feisty supporting character of short-haired Brooklynite, Zoey Schwartz. These upcoming productions join some of her previous credits that include Wingin' It, Flirting with 40, The Killing Game, The Echo, Servitude, Warehouse 13, and animated TV shows Caillou and Mr. Moon. Alongside acting, Jamie's passions extend to filmmaking as well. Her strengths as a writer inspired her to begin screenwriting and now, two years later, she will be debuting her skills both behind and in front of the camera in her upcoming short film, Reflection.
London AngelisBirth date: 17 January 1999, CanadaDescription: London Angelis is an actor, known for Flash of Genius (2008), The Old Ways (2010) and Sundays at Tiffany's (2010).
Arlene MazerolleBirth date: 17 January 1999, CanadaDescription: Arlene Mazerolle is an actress, known for Carrie (2013), The Recruit (2003) and Cocktail (1988). She is married to Derek Boyes (I).
Lorry AyersBirth date: 17 January 1999, CanadaDescription: Born in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada and raised on a small farm in Fonthill, Ontario, Ms. Ayers was drawn to the performing arts since childhood, participating in school plays and choir, studying dance and singing. While working on her Bachelor of Education, she portrayed the Emcee in a stage production of 'Cabaret'. Several roles followed in regional theatre before moving to Toronto to study acting. As the lead in 'Rebecca', she caught the eye of an acting coach who referred her to a top agent. Although she considers theatre her first love, she works primarily in TV and film.
Tony CraigBirth date: 9 February 1958, TrinidadDescription: Tony Craig is a performer whose abilities apparently know few boundaries. He is an accomplished musician, and has performed live on stage as a singer/drummer with Ben E King, Etta James, Martha Reeves, Mary Wells, Sam and Dave, The Mighty Sparrow, to name just a few. As a songwriter and session musician, he has recorded albums with artists such as Dominic Troiano and Eddie Schwartz, Carol Pope and Rough Trade Dan Hill and many others.Now a landed immigrant in Canada, Trinadad-born Craig came to the Far North as a result of expanding his career. Performing in a band gave him his chance to try out another country, and he humorously related that in all the years he'd sung the classic "White Christmas," he hadn't realized just what it meant until he moved to the cold and snowy climate of Canada. The novelty lasted only so long, but Tony relishes the cold weather now.How did he get into acting? His career change resulted from his recording studio in Toronto being robbed. To get his mind off the disaster, his girlfriend took to a movie set as an extra. Little did Tony know that he would be offered a larger role in John Grin's Christmas, opposite Robert Guillaume, Geoffrey Holder and Roscoe Lee Brown, which led to a new career.Over the next decade, he appeared as a guest star in a variety of television series, such as Forever Knight, Tekwar, Kung Fu: the Legend Continues, and Top Cops. On the big screen, he has had roles in Disney's The Ref and Soul Survivor. His latest work is the Showtime cable movie, The Sweetest Gift, in which he plays a biker and romantic interest of Tisha Cambell also staring Dian Carol and Helen Shaver.
Martin RoachBirth date: 9 February 1958, TrinidadDescription: Martin Roach was born on July 15, 1962 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Martin Jamie Roach to parents who are immigrants from Africa. Roach began his acting career in 1996 when he played a cop in 2 episodes of Due South (TV Series). These episodes were Starman and Juliet Is Bleeding. His highest, most acclaimed film is Spotlight (2015) while his lowest movie is Dream House (2011)He is an African-Canadian actor best known for his roles on Aaron Stone as T. Abner Hall and in the films Cube Zero (2004), Diary of the Dead (2007), and The Lookout (2007). He portrayed Mike Thompson in Season 1. The following episodes are: "The Armory", "Prisoner of War", "Grace", "Silent Kill", "Sanctuary (Part 1)" and "Sanctuary (Part 2)". He also starred Dream House (2011), Rescue Heroes (1999-2002)In the realm of voice acting, he is also known as Master Yo on Yin-Yang-Yo!, Jake Justice on Rescue Heroes, Big Wheelie on Bigfoot Presents: Meteor and the Mighty Monster Trucks and the Falcon on The Avengers: United they Stand. He's got the market cornered on voicing palette-swapped Transmetal Cheetor and Waspinator models.
Boyd BanksBirth date: 16 April 1964, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaDescription: Born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Boyd Banks started his entertainment career at 17, when he won a contest for Best Stand Up Comedian in Edmonton, Alberta. After spending several years doing comedy in Vancouver, British Columbia, Banks moved to Toronto, where he began acting. Boyd's first roles were in various comedy series such as the cult favourite The Kids in the Hall (1988). His unique character looks and subtle performances on camera caught the eye of Toronto's top casting directors and Banks now works regularly in film and television from comedies to murder mysteries!
Jonathan EllulBirth date: 16 April 1964, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaDescription: Jonathan Ellul is known for his work on In with the Old World (2004), Before You Say 'I Do' (2009) and Magic Flute Diaries (2008).
Marium CarvellBirth date: 16 April 1964, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaDescription: Marium Carvell is an actress, known for Repo Men (2010), Revelation (1999) and Last Call (2002).
Gino MarroccoBirth date: 16 April 1964, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaDescription: Gino Marrocco is an actor, known for Cinderella Man (2005), Police Academy (1984) and Tommy Boy (1995).
Ellen-Ray HennessyBirth date: 16 April 1964, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaDescription: Ellen-Ray Hennessy is an actress, known for It's a Boy Girl Thing (2006), Babar: King of the Elephants (1999) and Pelswick (2000).
Johnie ChaseBirth date: 16 April 1964, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaDescription: Johnie Chase is an actor, known for Polka Dot Door (1971), Talk to Me (2007) and Remember (2015).
Mike 'Nug' NahrgangBirth date: 16 April 1964, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaDescription: Mike 'Nug' Nahrgang is an actor and director, known for Cube Zero (2004), The Tuxedo (2002) and Owning Mahowny (2003).
Dwight McFeeBirth date: 16 April 1964, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaDescription: Dwight McFee is an actor, known for Pushing Tin (1999), This Boy's Life (1993) and Snow Falling on Cedars (1999).
Shawn LawrenceBirth date: 16 April 1964, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaDescription: Shawn Lawrence is known for his work on Crime Spree (2003), The Case of the Whitechapel Vampire (2002) and Christmas in Boston (2005).
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