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Misha Collins is an American actor best known for his role as the angel Castiel on the TV series Supernatural. He has had recurring roles on ER and 24, and has guest-starred on NCIS, Nip/Tuck, NYPD Blue, CSI, CSI:NY, Monk and Charmed. Misha is a published poet with works in “The Columbia Poetry Review,” “The California Quarterly” and other literary journals. A film Misha helped produce, “Loot,” won “Best Documentary Feature” at the LA Film Festival in 2008 and aired on HBO.
Mark Pellegrino began acting in the late 1980s, beginning with small roles in films and eventually progressed to more significant roles in television and film. One of his more significant (albeit still minor) film roles was in the 1998 comedy The Big Lebowski, where he played the so-called “Blonde Thug”.
Mark Pellegrino is perhaps best known for his roles on television. He appeared as Paul on Showtime’s Dexter, was a series regular on The CW series The Tomorrow People and recurred on Supernatural, Lost, The Returned, Quantico and Being Human.
Mark Sheppard frequently plays Cunning and Intelligent Villains and Anti-Heroes. He is an actor, director and producer, known for playing Crowley on Supernatural. Notable television work includes The X-Files, Soldier of Fortune, JAG, Star Trek: Voyager, Chuck, Firefly and in another Joss Whedon show, Dollhouse Most recently, he has appeared Leverage, Warehouse 13 and Doctor Who.
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Chris Gauthier had a recurring role on the SyFy Channel series Eureka, as Café Diem owner Vincent. While filming the final 10 episodes of season three of Eureka, Chris also filmed the 2009 CBS Mystery Event Harper’s Island in which he appears as Malcolm Ross, and in Freddy vs. Jason as Shack.
Chris has appeared in over 80 TV shows and films including Supernatural, Psych, Stargate: The Ark of Truth, Smallville, Watchmen, Harper’s Island, Eureka, Once Upon a Time and most recently as Phil in A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Following his freshman appearances on such American TV shows as ‘Melrose Place’ and ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, David soon made LA his permanent residence, and in recent times, his working actor status has begun its crescendo to new heights. As one of Hallmark’s favourite leading men, he has portrayed the romantic heartthrob in three well-received films with that network. When cast as “the other guy” in ‘Bridal Wave’, he had the thrilling opportunity to meet privately with the legendary producer Walter Mirisch at his Universal Studios office. In his most recent Hallmark film, ‘My Christmas Dream’, he played opposite one of Hallmark’s favourite leading ladies, Danica McKellar.
Currently, David is being featured as Mr Ketch on the CW’s acclaimed series, ‘Supernatural’. As a James Bond-like, a suave monster hunter who also happens to be a sociopath.
Adam Fergus was born in Drogheda, Ireland and was raised in the nearby village of Laytown. He attended the University College Dublin, graduating in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He studied acting at The Gaiety School of Acting in 2003. Cutting his acting teeth in theatre, Adam made his first screen appearance in 2004 on the television series “Proof”. Adam swayed evenly between films, film shorts and television appearances. He gained stronger recognition with his roles in the romance film “Satellites and Meteorites” (2008) and then as a regular cast member of the Canadian comedy series “Being Erica”.
Adam plays Mick Davies (Men of Letters, British Branch) on the TV series Supernatural
Katherine Ramdeen, also known as Alex Jones from Supernatural is a vegan, feminist and ufologist who enjoys math, space and gaming. When Katherine isn’t on set, she spends most of her spare time playing and streaming video games such as Dota 2 and World of Warcraft on Twitch.tv. Under the username of kjaneway, she’s actively educating and informing hundreds of viewers about common misconceptions regarding women, equality and veganism while also being part of the all-female Dota 2 team, Nibiru.
Special Guest Host
Rose made his debut opposite Robin Williams and Julie Kavner in Woody Allen’s Deconstructing Harry. Born to a would-be Rabbinical cantor and an opera singer, Rose embraced music at an early age and excelled at Tap, Jazz, Ballet, and the martial arts training he underwent. Having developed a passion for live theatre, Rose landed a role on stage with Theodore Bikel in The Gathering and went on to tour with three consecutive productions – including the pre-Broadway tour with Hal Linden.
Has guest appeared in shows such as Castle, Suits, NCIS: New Orleans, iZombie and plays Aaron Bass in Supernatural.
The Hillywood Show©
Hilly & Hannah Hindi
The Hillywood Show© is the brainchild of comedy sister duo Hilly & Hannah Hindi. Each parody features song and dance parodies of blockbuster films such as The Lord Of The Rings and Harry Potter along with popular TV shows & celebrities such as Supernatural, Doctor Who, and Lady Gaga! Their incredible costumes & makeup would impress even the most seasoned Saturday Night Live cast member! With over One Million Subscribers The Hillywood Show© continues to grow!
Chad Tyler Lindberg has made several guest appearances on popular television shows, such as Supernatural, CSI, Sons of Anarchy, ER, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and The X-Files. He continued pursuing films roles, particularly as Sherman O’Dell in October Sky and Jesse, a stuttering mechanic, in The Fast and the Furious. Lindberg is currently the co-host of the television series, Ghost Stalkers.
Lauren Tom is an Obie Award-winning actress, known for her roles as a dutiful daughter in the film The Joy Luck Club, and a recurring role as Ross’s girlfriend on NBC’s Friends. Lauren plays the role of “Mai Washington” on the new ABC series Men in Trees. She recently appeared in a recurring role on the Showtime series Barbershop, and in the film In Good Company with Scarlett Johansson and Dennis Quaid. Lauren’s voice work can be heard in the animated series, Futurama, King of the Hill and Mulan 2. On TV Lauren plays Linda Tran on Supernatural.
Osric Chau spent years training martial arts with aspirations to work in stunts when he landed his first leading role alongside the late David Carradine in “Kung Fu Killer” that was shot in Hengdian, China. The following year Osric played Nima, the Tibetan monk, in Roland Emmerich’s “2012”. That success brought Osric back to China where he worked on the Chinese Remake of “What Women Want” alongside Andy Lau and Gong Li and “Man with the Iron Fists” with Russell Crowe, Lucy Liu and the RZA. In the process Osric has more than found a passion for acting and filmmaking. He plays Kevin Tran in Supernatural and recently appeared in Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.
Alaina Huffman was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She is an actress and producer. While in school, she took on acting roles in a series of independent films. Eventually she moved to Los Angeles where she added more television credits to her resume. She is known for the Canadian television series Painkiller Jane, where she played the character Maureen Bowers. She also played Dinah Lance/Black Canary on Smallville, as well as 1st Lt. Tamara Johansen in Stargate Universe, where she was a regular cast member. She played Abaddon in Supernatural. Other noteable appearences include Alphas, NCIS, Serving Sara and Dog Lover’s Symphony.
Briana Buckmaster attended the prestigious Grant MacEwan University where she received her diploma in Theatre Arts. She also began cutting her teeth in the improv world working with renowned theatre companies including the Canadian Comedy Award winning Die Nasty. Briana is an Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award winner for numerous productions she has performed with Teatro La Quindicina. Her writing credits include the sell-out hit play Tunnels of Little Chicago which toured across Western Canada, and Lady Fartlek Productions- a series of comedic shorts written, directed, and starring fellow comedic actresses. She can be seen as the recurring character Sheriff Donna on the CW series Supernatural.