Mike Lobel is an actor, editor, multi-instrumentalist, video and music producer. As an actor he is best known for his roles as Jay Hogart on CTV’s "Degrassi: The Next Generation" and DJ on the Family Channel sitcom "Really Me". A trained musician, Mike has been a member of the indie-pop band Boys Who Say No. As co-songwriter, keyboardist and auxiliary percussionist, he and the band he have spent the past eight years recording and touring internationally—sharing the stage with the likes of Born Ruffians, Mac DeMarco, PUP, Kevin Drew, and Plants and Animals. A Banff Centre for the Arts in-residence alumnus in 2014, his latest musical project FUTURE PEERS’ (Self-Titled) album was produced in Los Angeles by Grammy Award winning engineer/producer Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Weezer, Julian Casablancas, and The Voids).
Stacey McGunnigle is a writer, actor, and award-winning comedian. She is an alumni of The Second City, where she performed in 3 award-winning revues that earned her two consecutive Canadian Comedy Award nominations for Best Female Improviser and win for 2013 Breakout Artist of the Year. Stacey has performed for JFL, numerous sketch festivals, and across Canada and the US. Stacey was hailed by Variety Magazine as the “breakout of Pilot Season” after landing the lead of NBC’s comedy pilot “Ellen More or Less”, for which she beat out thousands for the role. Stacey’s TV and Film Credits include "Insecurity" (CBC), the Emmy award-winning series "Odd Squad", Bruce Campbell’s "Hellions", and Movie Network's "Arranged".
For nine years, Scott Cavalheiro has had the privilege of working on various film and television shows. He also has had the fortune of working on several stage productions from the classic likes of Moliere to the more contemporary works of Jean Paul Sartre. After spending only one year in University of Windsor's BFA – Acting program, Scott decided to head to Toronto to began his professional acting career whilst studying Neurological Sciences at York University. After receiving his degree, Scott shifted his focus back to the arts to co-write, produce and star in a one-hour Toronto Fringe Festival play and produce, write and direct several Bravo!Fact short films. Scott has also recently wrapped a series regular role on CraveTV's "What Would Sal Do?", a recurring role on LIFETIME's/Global's "Mary Kills People", and a guest star on "Ransom" (eOne). Currently, Scott is in the actors conservatory program at The Second City, while maintaining one really nice hair cut.
Claire Stollery is an actor, stand-up comedian, and award-winning filmmaker. Credits include recurring roles on CBC’s "Rick Mercer Report" and guest-starring on FXX’s "Man Seeking Woman" as Jay Baruchel’s girlfriend. Claire has performed on stages across Canada and the US, as well as the UK and Australia. Most recently, she plays Janice in "Goon 2", directed by Jay Baruchel and starring fellow Canadian Elisha Cuthbert, Sean William Scott, and Allison Pill. Her first film that she wrote, starred in, and produced, "Who Is Hannah", was in the official selection of six film festivals and won two awards. Her production company, Stained Tie Films Ltd., is currently in pre-production of their first feature film, shooting next spring.
Jamie Spilchuk's foray into the business was starring in the Emmy nominated movie "The Memory Keeperʼs Daughter" with Emily Watson and Dermot Mulroney. Jamie has appeared on a number of series including: "Suits", "Flashpoint", "The Transporter", "Being Erica", "Republic of Doyle", "Murdoch Mysteries", and "The Good Witch". He's also had some film festival favourites along the way including: "A Fish Story", "And Now a Word from Our Sponsor" opposite Parker Posey, and most recently he starred in "The Birder" alongside Tom Cavanagh and Fred Willard. Jamie currently resides in Toronto with his wife and baby girl, Gemma.
Born in Newfoundland, actress Sarah Power began pursuing acting early in any school plays or musical theatre opportunities that were presented. She got her start on screen in high school, starring opposite Colm Meaney, when the internationally acclaimed mini-series "Random Passage" was filmed a few hours outside of her hometown. Sarah graduated with a BFA in Theatre, and soon accumulated a number of diverse roles in movies like Lionsgates' "Saw" franchise and "Repo! The Genetic Opera" with Paul Sorvino and Sarah Brightman. On television, Sarah starred as Lucy in the CBC drama "Wild Roses" and channeled her Newfoundland roots for a recurring role in CBC's "Republic of Doyle". She was also featured opposite David Duchovny in "Californication" on Showtime, as well as CBC's "Schitt's Creek" with Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara. Most recently, Sarah has been a series regular on Hallmark's highest-rated series "Good Witch", and Syfy's critically-acclaimed "Killjoys".
Peter Mooney is a talented actor and screenwriter. A cast regular on "Rookie Blue" for three seasons, Peter also starred in the Starz TV series "Camelot", and made recent guest appearances on "Heroes Reborn", "Republic of Doyle", "Heartland", "Beauty and the Beast", "Played", and "CSI: Miami". He was also featured in "The Tower" and "Zos – Zone of Security" and starred on "Falcon Beach" for two seasons. Peter co-produced and starred in the independent film "We Were Wolves", which premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Recent film credits include the independent film "Keely & Du" and "Must Kill Karl". An accomplished screenwriter, his short film "Parachute" premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, while his first short, "Method", directed by Rookie Blue co-star Gregory Smith, screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2013. Peter currently has a number of projects in active development. A native of Winnipeg, Peter Mooney is a graduate of the prestigious National Theatre School of Canada. He splits his time between Los Angeles and Toronto.