Jessica Cameron has been cast in more than fifty projects including music videos, TV shows and feature films, and in 2010 she won an industry award for being a Rising Movie Star. Some of her favorite recent performances include playing Princess Areola in the film Potpourri directed by Elliot Diviney, and her turn in the feature Mr. Hush, in which she starred alongside horror icon Steven Geoffreys. She also had the chance to work with legendary director Jim Wynorski on the Syfy channel film Camel Spiders and with established horror director Jeff Burr on Resurrection. Cameron was also thrilled to play screen legend Marilyn Monroe in The Black Dahlia Haunting, having been a fan of the Hollywood icon for many years. Another favorite role of hers is the new sci-fi noir film Clone City 2069.


Cameron has additionally starred in a number of critically- acclaimed web series over the years. She played New Age hairdresser Summer Perkins in the comedy series 2 Doors Down, the tough-as-nails Naria Dixon in the action- packed series Caught!, and a horrible mother in the horror series Funny Man. Cameron also had a role in Steven C. Miller’s fan-favorite horror feature film Silent Night which starred Malcolm McDowell.

Cameron made her directorial-debut with the vicious horror film, Truth or Dare which she also produced, co- wrote, and starred in. It has been making waves on the film festival circuit, thus far garnering 28 awards and counting.





Tristan Risk emerged up on the Canadian film scene with her breakout role in the hit horror film AMERICAN MARY, directed by The Soska Sisters. This was followed up by a leading role in THE EDITOR, the newest film from the world famous filmmakers, Astron 6. Risk brings an unforgettable face and performance to all her work.


Tristan is... LITTLE MISS RISK, and has spent a great deal of her life as a performer touring Canada, the U.S. and Europe with the burlesque troupe The Voodoo Dollz.  She is highly active in the entertainment scene as a regular celebrity guest to industry events and conventions, and has a very large online following and fan base.  Tristan is also a contributing writer to The Huffington Post.


In SAVE YOURSELF, Tristan plays the unforgettable Director Crystal Lacroix.



Ry began his career as the lead character in the 2004 Alliance/Lions Gate horror-comedy release, 'Desperate Souls'. He has continued with a steady incline of intriguing roles ever since, following up in another Lions Gate release 'Psycho Ward', and the genre festival favorites, 'Dead Genesis' and 'If A Tree Falls'. Barrett then went on to play the role of the central character in the psychological thriller 'Neverlost' (Anchor Bay CAN/GEG U.S.), a role he received critical commendation for, as well as a 2011 Toronto International Film and Video Award (TIFVA) for Best Actor in a Feature. For his role in 'Neverlost", Ry lost 50lbs to better suit the character, and is known for his dedication and physical commitment to each and every role he takes on.


He has played a variety of roles demonstrating his dynamic range as an actor, from an optimistic but vulnerable jock in the thriller, 'I Choose Chaos' ; the iconic Stephen King character, Ace Merrill in the adaptation 'Love Never Dies', a talking newlywed zombie in the zombie comedy 'The Post-Lifers', to a disconnected rebel fighting zombies in Reese Eveneshen's 'Dead Genesis', and a man haunted by his past in the supernatural thriller 'Kingdom Come', to name a few. A born lover of cinema, long-time short story and song lyric writer, Barrett's interests quickly branched into screen-writing and producing.


In summer of 2008, Barrett again teamed with director and friend Gabriel Carrer. He developed, wrote, produced and starred in the indie horror success 'If A Tree Falls', which premiered summer 2010 at the Fantasia Int. Film Festival and was released internationally in various formats. Barrett wrote the script to reflect present day sensibilities relevant to the standards of today's psychological thrillers and horror films, but to be executed in a style and tone of exploitation classics of the past. Ry has written, directed and produced numerous music videos, features and short films.



Brains and beauty are two words that have been repeatedly used to describe Bobbie Phillips throughout her career. Graduating high school at only 16 years old, Bobbie took drama classes to prepare her for becoming a trial attorney. In lieu of pursuing law, the acting bug got her and she moved to Los Angeles.


Her talent and looks were quickly noticed and she began work immediately. She has credited casting director Dori Zuckerman with helping her to land her first guest role on the short-lived sitcom They Came from Outer Space (1990). She went on to do shows such as Married with Children (1987) and Baywatch (1989) as well as the film TC 2000 (1993), in which she starred with Billy Blanks (developer of Tae Bo). She continued doing sitcoms and martial arts films, but none of these really gave her acting chops the workout she desired. Upon the advice of famed casting director Johanna Ray, Bobbie went from blonde to brunette and her career changed within weeks. She started getting the kinds of roles she wanted, such as Julie Costello on Steven Bochco's critically acclaimed Murder One (1995).


She has since received awards for her stints on shows such as The X-Files (1993) (she was the unforgettable Dr. Bambi Berenbaum we all loved to hate), the syndicated drama The Cape (1996) as Lt. Barbara DeSantos and the highly rated Paramount/UPN franchise "Chameleon", where she had the opportunity to blend her acting with her martial arts abilities, as well as blend into the background. Throughout her career, Bobbie has starred in many independent films. She is also a writer, singer, philanthropist, animal advocate and entrepreneur.



Sydney Kondruss will soon be up on the big screen in the feature length horror film THE DROWNSMAN (2013), the second film in a horror trilogy by Black Fawn Films and Breakthrough ENT. Sydney is also cast in the up-coming feature DELERIUM (2014), a gothic horror film set in the 19th century.  Sydney's other on screen credits include Animal Planet/Discovery Channel's MOW, WEREWOLVE; THE DARK SURVIVORS, where she performed in the principal role of Christina and the award winning short film PRESENCE.


Sydney also hit the stage at Toronto's Theatre Passe Muraille as Alyx in the edgy production OFFERS OF HOME (July 2013) where she received rave reviews. You can always catch Sydney on her Youtube channel SydneyKondrussActing, where she explores the creative and business sides of her craft.  Sydney is a Toronto native and an honours graduate from the Humber College Acting for Film and Television Program, whose passion for acting began at the young age of 9 while in community theatre.





Born in Shipka, Ontario, Marcus has been performing since the chance arose. Having left his rural roots in the dust to complete a degree in Theatre and Drama Studies from the University of Toronto as well as a diploma in Theatre Performance from the Sheridan Institute of Technology, Marcus has been working mainly in the Film and Television Industry with Newton Landry Management.


Highlights include Dorian in The Unabomber Manifesto, Evan in Time Baristas, Patterson in the History Channel's Hardcore Heroes, and Le'Ill D in Disonconsolatus. Theatre credits include Near Mrs (Theatre Orangeville), A Midsummer Night's Dream, Semi-Monde, 1917:The Halifax Explosion, Stage Door (Theatre Erindale), In the Trenches (Toronto Fringe), and You Should Have Stayed Home (Praxis/Summerworks).





Caleigh Le Grand is an actor/writer/photographer/producer living in Toronto. She grew up playing in the world of theatre and earned her Honours and Specialization in Media Information Technoculture along with her Level II Writer’s Certificate from the University of Western Ontario.


With a body of work encompassing Canadian, US and UK productions, Le Grand doesn’t limit herself to any particular niche in film. From writing for web and stage productions, to playing with Second City’s Musical Conservatory and Longform Improvisation members, to studying with some of Toronto's top acting coaches and performing with internationally acclaimed actors and directors, Le Grand finds herself on both sides of the camera and stage.


A part of two Toronto-based production companies she plays the Jill of all trades. Le Grand is found onstage, backstage, in front of as well as behind the camera, in a myriad of improv shows, web series productions, and other film and television performances.





Tianna Nori grew up in the city of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario where she discovered her love of performing at the very young age of 7 when she became involved with community theatre and public speaking. In 2006 Tianna auditioned and was accepted into the exclusive acting program at The University of British Columbia where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours degree in Acting.


Having completed her studies, Tianna moved to Toronto in 2010 when she was offered the position to Host ‘Lights! Camera! Action! Canada’. At this time she was also cast in her first supporting role as Liz Pace in ‘Dual Suspects’, aired on Global. In 2011, Long Valley Productions signed Tianna to be the Co-Host of ‘Last Bride Standing’; aired in the U.S.A on ‘WeTV’. In 2012 Nori was cast in her first lead role in the feature film ‘Clean Break’, Directed by Tricia Lee (GS Productions & Dark Hope Entertainment) winning best Drama Feature at the Atlanta Horror Film Festival 2013. In the fall of 2013, Nori auditioned and was accepted into Second City’s Conservatory where she currently trains and performs on a weekly basis.


In spring 2014 Tianna was in production as the lead Samantha in ‘The Demolisher’ directed by Gabriel Carrer (Lakefox Pictures Inc.). She also co-stared in the movie with Ryan Barrett. Tianna is currently in pre-production with VAPR Media to co-host a confidential new series with Greig Nori that will appeal to the family audience.






Bea is a Canadian actress based in Toronto. She started acting

in theatre at the age of 4 and transitioned into film after

graduating from McGill University. She currently lives in Toronto.






Elma Begovic is a rising star know for her role in Bite (2015) and Save Yourself (2015). Elma was born in Bijeljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.  Her family relocated to Berlin, Germany to avoid the conflict in the region and moved to Canada in 2000. Elma is fluent in four languages. English, Spanish, German, Bosnia.


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