Born in Ottawa, Vik Sahay is a film, tv, and stage actor whose career has spanned two decades across Canada, the US, and the globe. He has appeared in Canadian films such as ‘My Awkward Sexual Adventure’ by Sean Garrity, Mike Clattenburg’s ‘Afghan Luke#8217; and Richie Mehta’s ‘Amal.’ He has also recently starred in AMC’s LODGE 49, which was executive produced by Paul Giamatti, the CBC series’ ‘Our Hero’ and ‘Wonderland#8217; and ‘The Infiltrators#8217; which won the Innovator and Audience awards at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. But to many of his fans, he’s perhaps best known as ‘Lester,’ the morally challenged frenemy to the title character of the NBC spy-comedy ‘Chuck.’  In this episode, we dive deep into his process, the most intense things he’s done for a role, and whether the industry has evolved for people of colour.

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Joel Thomas Hynes on the Podcast!

Episode 9 drops Friday October 9th at 5pm with this most inspiring multi-disciplinary talent who tackles acting, producing, writing, directing, his music career with pure artistry. Watch for his latest film, Body and Bones opening … Continued

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Joel Thomas Hynes

Joel Thomas Hynes. Actor, Producer, Screenwriter, Director, Musician, Governor General’s Award-winning novelist. His artistry spans across film, tv, novels and music and he’s excelled at each one. We catch up with the multi-talented artist about his latest film, Body and Bones, coping with bouts of existential loneliness, and keeping his Newfoundland roots.

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Kim Coates Podcast

Kim Coates is a Saskatchewan-born actor best known for his roles in Sons of Anarchy, Bad Blood, and Prison Break. You’ll also recognize him in Canadian films like FerociousHollywood North, and Michael Dowse’s sports comedy, Goon (1 & 2). In this explosive episode, we discuss his career trajectory, from his theatre roots to what it means to be an actor. Find out his process and what’s behind the intensity of his characters. Oh, and his love for Canada’s film industry and gardening!

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Tonya Williams

From Canada’s beloved kids show, Polka Dot Door, to fame on Y&R as Dr. Olivia Winters, Tonya Williams has had a ground-breaking and award-winning career as an actor. In 2000 she founded the Reel World Film Festival, to combat the lack of racially diverse and indigenous talent in mainstream media. She’s a classically-trained pianist, a ballet dancer and an activist. What can’t she do? Grab your java and settle in as we catch up on all the latest, including “Access Reelworld”.

 

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