Tori Anderson

Tori Anderson

Nicole

Tori Anderson was born in Edmonton, Alberta and at the age of one moved to Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The second youngest from a family of five children, Anderson and her siblings grew up immersed in the arts and in an endless list of farm chores. Upon graduating high school, Anderson moved to Toronto and received a BFA from York University’s Acting Conservatory. From there, she began working professionally in theatre, film and TV.

Best known for her starring role in The CW’s “No Tomorrow,” a much-loved romantic comedy, Anderson was most recently seen in a season-long recurring role on NBC’s “Blindspot.” Other credits include portraying recurring characters on Syfy’s “Killjoys,” The CW’s “The LA Complex” and Nickelodeon’s “The Other Kingdom.” Her most recent television credits include starring in the YTV, TeenNick series “Open Heart” and appearing in guest roles on The CW series “Reign.” Anderson has also appeared in the films “Killing Daddy,” “The Mermaid,” “To Have and to Hold” and “Cable Beach.” On stage, Anderson has portrayed Michelle Phillips in “Dream a Little Dream” at the Phoenix Theatre in Arizona and Viv in “Habit” at the Luminato Festival.

Anderson currently resides in Toronto.

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Benjamin Hollingsworth

Benjamin Hollingsworth

Jake

Ben Hollingsworth made his first big impact in the entertainment industry playing a lead role as David Duchovny and Demi Moore’s son in the feature film, “The Joneses.” Hollingsworth continued this big screen success in 2011, appearing in “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules.”

Hollingsworth has gone on to appear in several high-profile television projects including starring in the Ashton Kutcher produced CW series, “The Beautiful Life: TBL.” Other TV roles include a recurring role on USA’s “Suits,” a guest-starring on CBS’s “CSI: Miami,” a guest starring role on ABC’s “Once Upon a Time,” and recurring guest star roles on the CW’s “Cult” and “The Tomorrow People.”

Recently Hollingsworth starred in the Hallmark Channel Original Movie’s, “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” and “Lucky in Love” and in the feature film “Joy Ride 3.”