Katrina Law is perhaps best known to television audiences as Mira on the hit Starz series “Spartacus” and as Nyssa Al Ghul on The CW’s “Arrow.” She also starred in the final season of the hit CBS series “Hawaii Five-0” as Quinn Liu and had a guest appearance as this character in the network’s reboot of “Magnum P.I.” Additional credits include “CSI: Miami,” “Legend of the Seeker” and “Chuck.” Hallmark Channel viewers will know her from the original movies “Snow Bride” and “12 Gifts of Christmas.”
Law’s numerous leading and supporting roles in independent films include Knuckle Draggers, Lucky Numbers, Emmet’s Mark and The Learning Curve. She has also starred in Sony Crackle’s “The Oath,” Facebook’s “Sacred Lies” and “The Resistance” on Starz.
Law was born and raised in New Jersey. Currently, she supports a variety of charities including BuildOn, The Red Cross, Read Across America, Kitt Crusaders and the Barbara Bush Foundation. In addition to acting, she is the lead singer in the band Soundboard Fiction. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @KatrinaLaw.
Carlo Marks was recently featured as the recurring character Cillian in The CW’s hit show “The 100,” and he also appeared as William Seaver in The CW’s “The Flash.” In addition, he spent three seasons in the role of David Peck on Hallmark Channel’s “Chesapeake Shores” opposite Meghan Ory and Jesse Metcalfe and starred in “Angel Falls: A Novel Holiday,” which premiered on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries last year during the “Miracles of Christmas” programming event. His other memorable roles on television include Alec Abrams aka Stephen Swift in The CW’s hit show “Smallville” and appearances on “Pretty Little Liars” (ABC Family), and “Stargate Universe” (Syfy).
Marks starred in “The Deadly Pledge” opposite Leighton Meester and Kaley Kuoco, “3 Times a Charm,” and he worked with Tom Green and director David Mitchell in both Revenge of the Boarding School Dropouts and Shred. Additional film credits include The Bone of the Whale, Crossroads, Indie Jonesing, and Sex, Drugs & Awkward Office Encounters. He was also featured in the web series “Lovebites,” produced by Paul Reiser.
A regular member of the theater community in Vancouver, this past February Marks starred in the Western Canada premier of Young Jean Lee’s Straight White Men at the Gateway theatre in Vancouver. He is a graduate of the University of Victoria, and he has studied at the Haven School of Acting with Patsy Rodenburg.
Steve Bacic was born in Croatia and raised in Windsor, Ontario.
After earning a degree in kinesiology and a minor in math he decided to leave academia and try the entertainment industry.
Since that time, Bacic has garnered international recognition with leading roles in television series such as “Arrow” on The CW, “Aftermath” for SyFy, the CBS series “NCIS” and “CSI: Miami” and the long-running NBC hit drama, “ER.”
Bacic is a leading man who is equally comfortable playing dramatic and comedic roles. He has appeared as a series regular on SyFy’s “Andromeda,” “The Guard” for Global, “Crash & Burn” for Showcase and the critically acclaimed HBO series, “Big Love.” Hallmark viewers will recognize Bacic from his starring role in the “Garage Sale Mysteries” movie franchise.
His recent television roles include recurring on the Netflix series “Julie and the Phantoms,” “Virgin River” and “The Order,” as well as “Hit the Road” for Audience. Bacic has worked with some leading names in the business including Anthony Hopkins in the feature Go with Me, Arnold Schwarzenegger in Why We’re Killing Gunther, and Julia Roberts in Wonder. He has guest starred on The CW’s “Supernatural,” Freeform’s “Motherland” and Steven Spielberg’s “The Whispers” for ABC. Additional credits include roles on NBC’s “Taken,” CBS’s “Ransom,” The CW’s “The 100,” and he endured heavy prosthetics for a starring role on “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland” for ABC.
Bacic starred as Anna Gunn’s husband on the pilot “Rita” for Bravo, was a series regular on the HUB children’s series “Spooksville,” and guest starred on the network’s “Haunting Hour” and also recurred on Hallmark Channel’s original primetime series “When Calls the Heart.”
Bacic moved to Vancouver from his hometown of Windsor in 1990. His breakout role was as a significant guest star on the hit television series, “21 Jump Street,” which was the largest role ever given to a Canadian on the show at that time. Since his debut, he has worked consistently in both Canada and the United States, accumulating close to 130 credits and 20 years of non- stop work.
Bacic continues to devote himself to the art of acting with the same passion that led him to a successful career and which will guarantee his place as one of Hollywood’s leading men.