Erin Mick is an aspiring actress and student in her final year of history studies at Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador. She hails from Picture Butte, Alberta. Erin plans to pursue a career in filmmaking while pursuing a doctorate in history. Notably, she played the role of Cassidy in the short film Infanticide! (The Hunting Party, 2013), which won Best Short at the Atlantic Film Festival. Pitter Patter Goes Her Heart is her first lead role.
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Timber is a beautiful Australian Cattle Dog mix. He loves playing fetch and sitting for treats. He has a tendency to not listen to authority, giving him that extra flare every on-screen dog actor needs. He has incredibly striking light blue eyes making him the perfect fit to play Alto.
Paul Wilson trained at the well-respected Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Australia. In Canada, Paul worked with director Chris McHarge on the musical tribute show 1967 - Memories of the Summer of Love, performing the show right across Ontario, Quebec, and even Germany. Since moving to Newfoundland, he has appeared in numerous musicals, and Shakespearean productions – including the role of Macbeth at the Perchance Theatre in 2015. His film credits include a nomination for Best Actor in Tamara Segura's Before The War at the 2015 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival. The film premiered at the closing night gala at the 2014 St. John's International Women's Film Festival.
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Bruce Brenton is an actor and teacher who lives and works in and around St. John's, NL. He has appeared in numerous musicals, and Shakespearean productions - most recently at Perchance Theatre in Cupids, NL (Summer 2015). In recent years he has been pursuing roles in film, and was featured in Justin Oakey's The World is Burning (Oak and Arrow, 2013).
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