Bomb Girls cast

Meg Tilly

Meg Tilly

as Lorna Corbett

Born in Long Beach, CA, Meg Tilly soon moved to British Columbia, where she grew up. Tilly had set her sights on a dance career, until a fractured vertebra led her toward acting. She has starred in films for Lawrence Kasdan, Norman Jewison and Milos Forman, taking roles opposite actors as varied as William Hurt, Harvey Keitel, Colin Firth, Gary Oldman, Rob Lowe, Jane Fonda, Glenn Close and Jack Nicholson.

A few brief TV roles and her performance in the film Tex led to a star-making turn as Chloe in the generation-defining film The Big Chill, followed by her performance as Sister Agnes in Agnes of God, a role that garnered her a Golden Globe Award for acting, as well as an Oscar nomination for best supporting actress. Other roles included Psycho II, Masquerade, Valmont and The Two Jakes.

After a busy decade and a half, Tilly stepped away from acting to focus on her family, raising three beautiful children. In that time, she also wrote four critically acclaimed novels. With her children grown and after an absence of 17 years, she has returned to acting in this, her first major television role.

Follow Meg on Twitter: @meggamonstah
Jodi Balfour

Jodi Balfour

as Gladys Witham

Born and raised in South Africa, Jodi Balfour spent her early youth working in Cape Town’s dynamic theatre and television industry. In 2009 she graduated with a BA in Theatre and Performance from the University of Cape Town. Upon graduating, Balfour landed a coveted role in the BAFTA nominated BBC mini-series The Sinking of the Laconia, and decided to explore international opportunities. She moved to Vancouver in 2010 where she’s worked on such acclaimed projects as Syfy’s Sanctuary, The CW’s Supernatural, Shunji Iwai’s Vampire and The Hub’s The Haunting Hour. When she is not working, Balfour enjoys spending time at home in South Africa, and with her family on Vancouver Island.

Follow Jodi on Twitter: @JodiAnneBalfour
Charlotte Hegele

Charlotte Hegele

as Kate Andrews

Charlotte Hegele was born in Toronto but spent most of her formative years in London, Ontario. Although Hegele began acting in community theatre, she knew film was where her ambitions lay. She returned to Toronto in 2008 to attend Humber College’s Acting for Film and Television Diploma Program.

After graduation Hegele began landing roles in several projects filming in Toronto. Her recent credits include: a guest star role on Murdoch Mysteries, Sunday at Tiffany’s, and the series XIII.

Follow Charlotte on Twitter: @charlottehegele
Ali Liebert

Ali Liebert

as Betty McRae

Born and raised in British Columbia, Ali Liebert studied musical theatre at the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria before moving to Vancouver to pursue acting professionally. Since then, Liebert has over 50 television and film credits to her name, including guest appearances on Hellcats, Human Target, Fringe, Dead Like Me, The L Word and Psych. She has recurred on Harpers Island (CBS), Intelligence (CBC) Killer Instinct (CBS) and Kyle XY (ABC Family). Her favourite film credits include Sook-Yin Lee’s Year of the Carnivore, Mike Clattenburg’s Afghan Luke and Blaine Thurier's A Gun to the Head.

Recently, Liebert appeared in Palme D’Or winner Laurent Cantet’s new period feature, Foxfire, which premiered at TIFF 2012. In the coming months, she will be seen in two feature films: Ben Ratner’s Down River and Robert Townsend’s In the Hive with the late Michael Clarke Duncan, Vivica A. Fox and Loretta Devine. Liebert is also an active producer with her newly formed production company, Sociable Films. Alongside creative partners Nicholas Carella and Michelle Ouellet, the trio wrapped production on their first feature, Afterparty, in which Liebert also stars as a successful TV comedy writer.

Liebert is ecstatic to continue portraying Betty McRae on Bomb Girls, in which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Dramatic Series at the 2012 Leo Awards in Vancouver, BC.

Follow Ali on Twitter: @AliLiebert

Antonio Cupo

Antonio Cupo

as Marco Moretti

Antonio Cupo was born in Vancouver to Italian parents. From the age of six to 16 he performed in countless theatrical productions. By his early 20s, his love for acting had developed into a full-blown career, landing roles in such shows as The L Word, Steven Spielberg's Taken and James Cameron's Dark Angel.

Recently, Cupo starred in Love At The Thanksgiving Day Parade for Hallmark. Earlier in his career Cupo was noticed by an Italian director who cast him as the new lead character in the Italian series, Elisa Di Rivombrosa. With over 14 million viewers, the role sprung his career to new heights. He has since worked opposite Oscar winner F. Murray Abraham in three films, September 11, 1683, Sword Of War and Carnera: The Walking Mountain, playing 1934 world boxing champion Max Baer. Other work includes Elegy with Penelope Cruz, Sir Ben Kingsley and Dennis Hopper, Love Notes opposite Laura Leighton, and Magic Beyond Words – The JK Rowling Story.

Cupo’s artistic abilities also expand into music writing and production. He has written dozens of songs and fronted numerous bands. He has also toured nationally, had radio airplay internationally. Cupo’s songs can be heard in many television shows including America’s Next Top Model and Roswell.

Follow Antonio on Twitter: @antoniocupo

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