Gavin Crawford (Adam)
In eight seasons of This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Gavin won several Gemini Awards and a Writers Guild of Canada Award. He also co- wrote and starred in the award-winning series The Gavin Crawford Show, which aired on the Comedy Network from 2000 to 2003. Crawford won a 2011 DORA Award for his work on stage in The Situationists, a Gemini Award for a guest star role on Murdoch Mysteries, and the 2012 Canadian Comedy Award for Best Performance by a Male in Film for his role in French Immersion.
Naomi Snieckus (Miriam)
An actor/writer/improviser/voice-over/director, Naomi is an alumnus of world renowned Second City Toronto where she wrote and performed in five hit shows. Naomi won the Canadian Comedy Award for best female improviser in 2010, as well as best female in a TV Series and was nominated for an Actra Award in 2013 for her work in Mr. D.
Gabrielle Rose (Franny)
With an extensive resumé that includes multiple nominations for Genie Awards and Gemini Awards, Gabrielle Rose is a familiar face to many audiences. She has worked with director Atom Egoyan on many films including The Sweet Hereafter, Where The Truth Lies, and The Adjuster, as well as with Bruce Sweeney on the film Excited, for which she won a Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance in a drama.
Andrea Menard (Julia)
The award-winning film adaptation of her one-woman musical stage play The Velvet Devil, debuted nationally on CBC’s television series Opening Night, which garnered one of her five Gemini nominations. The actor, singer, and writer is familiar to audiences nationally through her work in the television series Moccasin Flats, Rabbit Fall, and most recently, Blackstone.
Matt Baram (Brian)
A graduate of the University of Alberta’s Fine Arts Acting Conservatory Matt wrote and performed in six hit revues at the Legendary Second City Comedy Theatre in Toronto Canada. In 2012, he received a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Male Improviser. Matt is also a founding Co-Artistic Director of the award winning Improv Theatre company, The National Theatre of The World, and can currently be seen starring in comedy series Seed.