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Andrew M. A. Spear




After graduating from York University's film program, Andrew worked in TV as a writer, producer and director of commercials and public service announcements, creating spots for Radio Shack, The Winnipeg Blue Bombers and The United Way. Andrew has written, produced and directed several short films, including 'Cat Man' which was accepted at the Yorkton Film Festival. Most recently he has been working in marketing where he wrote ads for Wal-Mart, RE/MAX, Costco, Air Canada, TD Financial Group that ran in national publications Reader's Digest, The Globe and Mail, and Marketing Magazine.



David Crowe



David Crowe was born and raised in the greater Toronto area. A graduate from Duke, David spent almost 10 years working a number of finance jobs until he was no longer able to ignore his dreams of acting. In 2013 he attended TAFFT, an acting school in Toronto. In 2014 he attended Canada's National Voice Intensive at UBC headed by David Smukler. He is currently working with Dr. Mark Schoenberg, an acting coach based in Toronto, and Lopa Sircar, a voice coach also based in Toronto.



Sarah Hunter



Sarah is a professional actor based in Toronto. A graduate of the Integrated Program at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, Sarah has additional training in acting and voice as well as extensive dance training. Besides numerous theatre credits (Cabaret, Nunsense, The Rocky Picture Horror Show), Sarah can be seen in Paranomal Witness 4 in Spring 2015.



Maja Vujicic



Maja's acting career started at the young age of 4 when she landed a role in Sesame Street on her very first audition. Besides playing the role of Holly in Christmas Is Believing, Maja's other work includes three episodes of the Canadian children's television show 'Napkin Man' (2014) and a cable commercial (2015) as well as voiceover work. Her hobbies include piano, dance and singing. Maja is represented by Kamera Kids, Canada's number 1 children's talent agency.





Martha Breen



Martha Breen is a Toronto actress, singer and writer (Crazy Grocery Store Lady) who made her television debut at age 4 in an episode of the CBC-TV series Wojeck directed by her dad, Melwyn Breen, then took a break for several decades before returning to independent film and theatre over the last few years. Along with film work, Martha has been involved in theatre productions with Theatre Aurora, East Side Players and Toronto Irish Players, and will be appearing onstage this fall as Eurydice in Alumnae Theatre’s production of Antigone.



Aparajit Bhattacharjee



Aparajit Bhattacharjee is an actor, known for Shorts (2013), Christmas Is Believing(2015) and Born Dead (2015).







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