Pollock as Narrator!
I was born at an
early age. Wrapped in swaddling
clothes and laid in a manger in a log
cabin that I helped my father build.
experience started with the DRAMA STUDIO
of Montreal in the early 1960's .. it
continued in the Drama class at Point
Grey High School in Vancouver in the mid
60's ..after High School it was on to
Vancouver City College - King Edward
Centre --- the old one at 12th and Oak
--- and joining the Radio Society - CKLA
and staying with it to its new location
at the Langara Campus.
Along the way I
attended the Broadcast course at BCIT in
the early 70's and worked in the Record
Distribution business until 1976 when I
started working in Radio at CFWB in
Campbell river -- from there to CKWL in
Williams Lake and in 1978 I was at CJDC
Radio/TV in Dawson Creek until a series
of heart conditions made me decide to
move to Vancouver in the fall of 2001
where I now do volunteer work in the
Russell Tiderington as Andy!
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
After he graduated 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
Game and Sleeping
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
Thompson as Jane!
Sheryl moved from
Calgary to Vancouver in April 2006 with
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
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,
Phillips as Tara!
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
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.
Floyd as Old Man!
Richard Floyd is a
sociologist, author, journalist and
background includes modest credits on
stage, including Friday in a Christmas
pantomime of Robinson Crusoe,
and Sergent Trotter in The
time has been as sportscaster and hockey
Riley as Tim - UPS Driver!
Born in Winnipeg,
MB, Canada in 1979 an only child to
parents Val and Otis Riley. I spent my
first 12 years living in Winnipeg until
my mother and I moved to Calgary, AB.
Where I grew up, going to high school and
working for a few years before obtaining
a baseball scholarship to Lethbridge, AB
for my first year of post secondary
My second year I advanced my baseball
skills to Kamloops, BC where I also
played football in the CJFL for the UCC
After three years and a Bachelor of
Tourism Management Degree I moved back to
Calgary, and found my love for
entertainment and eventually acting.
Today I continue to
grow and learn from my experiences, one
of which are my experiences in
relationships, they've had there ups and
downs but when it comes down to it, all I
can do is be true to myself and be
successful at whatever it is that I do,
when the right one comes around which she
has, I'm sure we will both know.
I've had the opportunity to 'get my foot
in the door' of entertainment with a
successful reality TV show, I've always
felt that I have an entertaining
personality and here was my chance to
prove it... it worked out well because it
was a reality series so I was able to be
I pay special
attention to my dog Polar who has been
there for me for a long time. Polar is a
white American Pit-bull and the best
friend I've ever had.
He has helped me through hard times when
I had no friends and my relationships did
not work out. Now I have another best
friend named Riley a very intelligent
I continue to thank god for these
experiences both the positive and the
negative... it is these experiences that
I have learned from.
I believe that experience is 'the
foundation of all personality.... if I
hadn't gone through what I had, no matter
what I did, the consequences are that I
would never be where I am today to
reflect upon what I went through
artist: Outkast/Goodie Mob/Cee-lo
East Indian, Mexican, Jamaican
Favorite book: The
power of your subconscious mind Joseph
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
1.) What is your
2.) What is your
least favorite word?
3.) What turns you
on creatively, spiritually or
Optimism and enthusiasm
4.) What turns you
5.) What is your
favorite curse word?
6.) What sound or
noise do you love?
Waves crashing ashore
7.) What sound or
noise do you hate?
Chopper at high rev
8.) What profession
other than your own would you like to
9.) What profession
would you not like to do? Office clerk
10.) If Heaven
exists, what would you like to hear God
say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates?
It's been a long time coming.
Horejda / 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.
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
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
out later this year.
"Everybody has a dream, who's am
I?" Heath Horejda's words to live
Cockram aka Johnny Cockles / Sound
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
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
His favourite bands are They Might Be
Giants, Rob Zombie, Beck and Schoolyard
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.
O'Connell / Writer!
My name's Laura
O'Connell. I grew up in Dublin, Ireland
and have been in Vancouver for five
months. After studying a diploma in film
and television production, I took the
year out to write and gather some more
experience in the film industry. After
doing a small amount of work for various
companies in Dublin, I decided to set my
sights on higher ground and came here. I
have been spending my time here getting
to know the city and have been involved
in a few film/writing projects...this
being one of them. I have decided to
focus my career on writitng alone but
haven't yet completely ruled out any
there you have it, I turn twent-two next
week (March) so I'm not in a huge hurry
to be a major screen-writer any time