Greg Russell Tiderington as Paul!
Apart from being the moderator of Racks & Razors Greg started out in the entertainment field as a sketch artist before he learned to talk eventually leading him by being interviewed on local newspapers and a spot on the 6'0Clock News. He also did comic strips for his school paper.
Then during his senior highschool years he was bittten by the acting bug and did some independent scholarship one act plays.
After he grauduated he volunteered at his local community cable station by doing camera and audio eventually leading to appearing in front of the camera with his own TV specials.
He then took some small acting workshops and then landed supporting roles in many community theatre productions most notably in A Woman Of No Importance, Pajama Game and Sleeping Beauty.
After the millenium he got into starring in short and feature underground horror films including They Came from the Attic, Streaks in the Mirror and Room for Rent


Sheryl Thompson as Anne!
Sheryl moved from Calgary to Vancouver in April 2006 with her fabulous
boyfriend Ryan Elm to pursue a full time acting career after spending
almost 6 years working in the oil and gas service industry in Calgary.

Since her arrival, she has been involved in numerous film and
television projects including playing the lead role in the independent
feature film Revenge Inc. , the Professor for a TOEFL video and Angry Woman for the Shane Yellowbird music video for Pick Up Truck.

Her next major project is playing the character of Shannon in Pickled Production's Poor Super Man, playing at the Scotia Dance Centre in Vancouver from May 15th to May 30th, 2007.


Dick Pugh as Narrator!
Dick has been involved with theatre for as long as he can remember. Since retiring to Vancouver in 2004, he has appeared on stage quite frequently: most recently as the Brigadier in AUTUMN MANOEUVRES  for Metro Theatre and as Polonius in HAMLET.
He has also played in several films, mainly for the Vancouver Film School. 
He is the German soldier on the "Human Zoo" video by KROME.


Brenda Matthews as Stork!
Brenda was a delight to have for our show as she has a huge background in the entertainment industry.
She started her training at places like the Vancouver Theatre Sports doing improvisation, as well as learning Shakespeare at the Shakespeare Centre. Then she took the bull by the horns by studying professional theatre at Studio 58. She still took on workshops for commercials and stunt fight training.
Brenda has starred in numerous community  theatre productions in her area of Vancouver. Some of her included Romeo and Juliet at the BC Fota, Black Snow with the United Players, Who's on First at the White Rock Players, Sinners at the Millenium Players,
The Loaf with the Walking Fish Festival, Tony N Tina's Wedding at the Raven Theatre and Vampire Lesbians of Sodom at the Pickled Theatre.
She also had parts in TV & film as you may have spotted her in the films Educated Guess, Blue, Vice, When Life was Good and Bloodlust.
Along with her television guest roles in "Very Bad Men" and her various roles in the second season of the sketch comedy "Off Centre Television".
Her commercial credits included Gold Sheild Auto Body, Vernon Toyota, United Church, IFC and Curves.
Apart from acting she also does stand up comedy and has also done voice over work for the UBC Development of Society.
There is never a quiet moment for this talented performer.


Miranda Coombe as Patient!
Miranda graduated from John Casablancas Institute of Applied Arts in May 2007.
Since then she has been doing occasional freelance work for various theater and short films.
She also does modelling from time to time


Gregory Milne as Bartender!
Gregory Milne is a writer, producer and director in the greater Vancouver area.
His first feature film (co-directed and co-produced) Without Light is now available on DVD throughout the United States.
He is also the co-founder of . Currently he can be found alongside Irma Arkus on the Hi-Sci-Fi radio show.


Quey Phillips as Nurse Nix!
Quey is a very inspired actress and has a strong desire to build her resume in all areas of performing; dancing, acting, singing, and choreography. She also craves gaining more experience in writing and directing.
Previously, she has performed in community and interactive theatres, as well as assisted other actors and dancers with play development and choreography. Quey has also written and been an assistant director of one play. In addition to this, she assisted her local high school's marketing students to write and compile a script for the credit grantors.
Moreover, Quey has recently been part of a couple of short films which were tons of fun and have proven to me once again that she love these fields.


Heath Horejda as Orderly / Radio Play Director
Born on March 19th, 1978 Heath first fell in love with horror movies after watch the film Jaws with his father. The delight of the scare and the release that followed is a thrill enjoyed to this very day.  

Growing up in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Heath was very active in sports. After high school he was pursuing professional careers in both hockey and football until a shoulder injury ended any chance. With his love for sports ending Heath looked to another love for his dreams... Acting.  

Intending the University of Saskatchewan he entered the B.F.A. program, but in his fourth year of school and only two classes short of his degree, he auditioned and was accepted on a scholarship to the Vancouver Film School. Knowing more opportunities existed in Vancouver, Heath made the move and one year later he left the acting program at the VFS with honors.

Spending the last two years learning the ups and downs of the film business Heath finally landed his first roll in a feature film. The movie is a horror/thriller called Wind Chill due out later this year.   "Everybody has a dream, who's am I?" Heath Horejda's words to live by.



Moss Whelan / Writer
Moss Whelan writes mainly about the farthest outpost of the British Empire (Vancouver, BC) where he lives with his wife, typewriters, andfile cabinets.
He's written a novel and many short stories in the horror genre.


Dave Cockran aka Johnny Cockles / Sound Engineer!
Dave was is 25 years of age and is born in Elmvale, Ontario and works for Rogers Radio here in Vancouver which is connected to other stations in the local area like Jack FM, Clear FM, News 1130, Star 98.3, Mountain FM and Country 107.1.
Dave also enjoys writing and loves horror films ever since he watched Scream which was the comeback to the horror film craze.
His favourite horror movies are Army of Darkness, Dawn of the Dead, Shaun of the Dead, Night of the Living Dead, The Ring and The Fog (Original).
His favourite bands are They Might Be Giants, Rob Zombie, Beck and Schoolyard Heroes.
Dave enjoys camping (Watch out for Jason Voorhees) and his favourite seasons are Halloween and Christmas.
We are very happy that he came on board with us giving us the news each month on whats happening in the horror industry and well as introducing each segment on our show here.