Jessye Romeo is an actress and writer born and raised in London, England. She gained attention for her lead role in the BAFTA-nominated short Lucky Break, which garnered her Best Actress at the 2020 British Independent Film Festival.
Additional credits include season 2 of Grace for ITV, Graham Broadbent’s film The Beautiful Game, Pennyworth for WBTV / HBOMax and Curfew for SKY as well as Lucky Man, In The Long Run, Will and Mindhorn opposite Steve Coogan.
Toronto native Nykeem Provo began his acting career at the age of 11.
His credits include recurring on the hit Freeform series Shadowhunters, starring roles in Lifetime’s Wendy Williams: The Movie and in the series Sports Lab, and guest starring in Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale and The CW’s Batwoman.
In film, Nykeem can be seen starring in the Lionsgate feature The Right One and in Columbia Pictures’ Total Recall opposite Colin Farrell.
Idrissa Sanogo Bamba
Idrissa Sanogo Bamba (aka Mansa Idrissa) is an actor and dancer originally from Mali, West Africa but grew up all over the world. He’s lived in Canada, Italy, Nigeria, and Mali where he finished high school in 2017.
Idrissa then came to Toronto to attend York University, eventually leaving school to pursue his passion for dance and acting. He quickly began his acting career, booking roles in acclaimed television series such as The Boys for Amazon, Titans for Netflix, and The Expanse for Syfy. More recently, he wrapped a guest star appearance on Coroner for CW.
Coming up, Idrissa can be seen in a supporting role in the feature film Flint Strong, written by Academy Award winner Barry Jenkins.
Ksenia Daniela Kharlamova
Ksenia Daniela Kharlamova is a Toronto-based actress and model of Russian-Caribbean descent. She has recently wrapped production on Roku’s Slip and CBC’s Strays and has appeared in the Amazon original series The Boys. As a model, Ksenia has appeared in multiple national commercials and campaigns such as Presto, Fashion Magazine, Undivided Creative, Fumi The Label, Bluenotes and Nike.
Raised in Pickering, Ontario, Jonathan Marcus Langdon always dreamed of making people laugh. While completing his Bachelor of Arts in English and Drama at the University of Toronto, he performed in the sketch troupe Kathleen Turner Overdrive!, and the rest is history! After graduating from U of T with honours, Jonathan continued to perform at the Toronto Sketch Festival, which garnered him attention and award recognition. From there, he took part in the spin-off troupe Reverse Oreo and joined the multi-award-winning Toronto sketch troupe The Sketchersons – whom he wrote for and performed with weekly for four years.
Jonathan has appeared in various TV and Film productions, including Ricky Gervais’ Special Correspondents, Sensitive Skin alongside Kim Cattrall and Don McKellar, The Game opposite Samantha Bee and Jonathan Torrens, and No Tomorrow for The CW, as the loveable and hilarious Hank. These days, Jonathan can be seen in the feature films Killer High, Buffaloed and Crossword Mysteries, Disney’s movie trilogy ZOMBIES as Coach, and the lead role in Bounce TV’s Faith Heist and the sequel Christmas Heist. On the small screen, Jonathan can be seen in American Gods, But I’m Chris Jericho!, In Contempt, AMC’s N0S4A2 and CBC’s Run The Burbs.