primary cast

CHRISTINA ACETO
Christina Aceto (Dr. Leigh Rozetta — SICK) has been gaining quite a bit of experience lately in the film and television world after several years of performing in theatre productions. She studied acting at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in New York City, as well as with several well-respected acting coaches in Toronto. Currently, she can been seen in the comedic web-series, Cut To The Chase.

RICHARD ROY SUTTON
Tall, handsome and directly to the point are what best describes Richard Roy Sutton. His strong presence and cool-calmness are what defines the characters he likes to play. But admits he has a more introverted, sweeter side as well. But don’t mistake Richard for a hard nose person all the time! He’s a very diversified actor and can fall into just about any category. From a young father to a gritty mobster. Richard has had lead roles in 2 HBO series, numerous short films and 3 more lead roles in features for 2011!!! 2012 has started off in spectacular fashion, booking a principal role in a Union feature!!!! Richard is an extremely hard worker and will let nothing stand in his way of making it to the big screen.

ROBERT NOLAN
Robert Nolan began his life as an actor at the tail end of an Honours Degree in English and Drama from the University of Toronto. He has since had — and seeks out — challenging varieties of roles in drama and comedy on screen, stage, TV, radio and the web. He has achieved critical acclaim for the portrayal of Geoffrey Oswald Dodd, a seemingly ordinary high school teacher in the horror short, WORM (from Fatal Pictures — soon to be made into a feature film) and for the role of John Dodd in the just released, FAMILIAR. He played the role of a father whose world has fallen away with the death of his daughter in MADD: Shattered, a film on drinking and driving shown to over a million teens in high-schools across Canada. He was the big lost kid in the anti-bullying music video Bully by hip-hop star D.O. and has worked in cutting-edge dramas (WORM, Familiar, Hyde) and unusual comedies (Inside Steve’s Mind: Hitler’s Apology, David Suzuki?). In theatre he played the lead in Bethune, Ray in Rebel Without a Cause and Victor Laszlo in Casablanca. Recent work includes a zombie hunter (co-lead) in the feature SICK, a Nazi interrogator in director Min Sook Lee’s Operation Greenup: The Real Inglourious Basterds. Upcoming roles include the lead villain in the feature film Human Pieces, the human hero in Canswer (feature) and continuing roles in the new web series Out of Time (SyFy) and also the very popular Out With Dad. He is delighted to be part of the fine cast of the upcoming play, THE GREAT GATSBY.

JENNIFER POLANKSY
Jennifer graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Windsor, and is currently living and working in LA. The West coast has opened several doors, including a Sci-Fi series called Wolf Trap which was modeled after the popular Star Runners. She is also proud to say that her first feature film, NEVERlost, has recently hit the shelves and is officially available for rent and purchase. Working on SICK was an excellent experience and she was thrilled to be brought into the family. This was her 3rd time on screen with the talented Miss Christina Aceto, having first worked together in Determined and again in Let It Out. She hopes to again work with everyone during one of her many trips back to Toronto.

DEBBIE ROCHON
Debbie Rochon is an indie actress who has been in 200+ films — mostly horror.
Starting as a pre-teen in the punk rock cult classic: Ladies & Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, in which she worked as an extra for three months, there began her cinematic journey. After moving to NYC in 1984, Debbie studied acting for the next decade at such acting schools as Lee Strasberg H.B. studios and her favorite, The Michael Chekhov Studio. She worked on stage extensively with 4 NYC theatre companies before starting to land small roles in genre films beginning in 1988. She worked her way up to leading lady status and enjoys creating complex and off kilter characters for the screen. Debbie has also hosted 4 different radio shows, written for dozens of genre publications since 1993 and has appeared in a number of TV documentaries covering the horror genre. She is horror royalty.