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Deborah Grover has been an actor working in theatre, television, and film for more than 40 years. Notable film directors she has worked with include Norman Jewison, David Christiansen, Lucie Page, James Allodi, Atom Egoyan (she credits Atom with the encouragement to embrace these glorious character years), Lasse Halstrom, and most recently, Pat Mills. Grover has received a Dora Mavor Moore nomination, an ACTRA Outstanding Performance nomination for her work in 11 CAMERAS and most recently, a Canadian Screen Award nomination for her role as Josephine Barry in the award- winning TV series ANNE WITH AN “E”. She also had the honour of serving on the Ontario Advisory for Canadian Actors Equity and on the Board of the Actor's Fund. Some of Grover’s additional TV projects include SOMETIME THE GOOD KILL, SENSITIVE SKIN, MURDOCH MYSTERIES, STILL LIFE: THREE PINES, THE FIRM, BAG OF BONES, 11 CAMERAS, HOW TO BE INDIE, and NIGHT HEAT.
Zoie Palmer is best known to audiences for her portrayal of Dr. Lauren Lewis on the TV series LOST GIRL and as Android in DARK MATTER. Palmer has appeared in an array of television productions, notably starring as Ronald Reagan's daughter, Patti Davis, in THE REAGANS, a critically acclaimed MOW that was nominated for a slate of Emmy Awards® and a Golden Globe®. She also starred in the Emmy Award-winning OUT OF THE ASHES and the Genie Award-nominated Snapshots for Henry. Palmer’s performance in Terminal Venus earned her the Best Actor Award at the Baja California Film Festival. She won Fan Choice at the Canadian Screen Awards in 2014 and more recently was awarded the Best Actress award at the Bare Bones International Film Festival for role in the thriller Cold Blooded. She has been nominated for an ACTRA award for The Untitled Work of Paul Sheppard and a Canadian Comedy Award for her performance on the feature film Sex After Kids. Palmer can be seen on Space’s WYNONNA EARP, TAKEN, RANSOM, and recently wrapped the gritty and exhilarating drama, PURE.
Jann Arden is a singer, songwriter, broadcaster, actor, author, podcaster, and social media star. The celebrated multi-platinum, award-winning artist catapulted onto the music scene in 1993 with her debut album, Time for Mercy, featuring the hit single "I Would Die for You". A year later, she had her international break-out hit with "Insensitive". Arden has written four books, the most recent being the Canadian bestseller Feeding My Mother: Comfort and Laughter in the Kitchen as My Mom Lives with Memory Loss. Arden is much in demand as a public speaker, and a favourite frequent guest host on CTV's THE SOCIAL. Jann’s most recent recording – “These Are the Days” released in March of 2018 – is available now. Once again, Grammy Award®-winning producer Bob Rock was behind the console of what could arguably be Arden’s most personal and poignant musical offering to date.