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Mark Camacho has appeared in over 200 feature films and television shows over the past 25 years. Recently he pulled off a remarkable turn on "X-Men: Days of Future Past", in the supporting role of President Richard Nixon. He followed that up with a recurring role on the award-winning police drama 19-2. Mark is currently working on several projects, among them is the Roland Emmerich film "Stonewall" as well as the Robert Zemeckis film "To Reach the Clouds" (aka The Walk). He has also just begun filming on the new television series, "Ascension" for the Sci-Fi network. Films you would know him from include: “I’m Not There”, “The Punisher: War Zone”, “The Score”, “The Heist”, “The Whole Nine Yards”, “Wicker Park” and “Affiction”. Directors Mark has worked with include, Brian DePalma, Todd Haynes, David Mamet, Frank Oz, Ron Underwood, Robert Altman, Alan Rudolph, Jonathan Lynn, Paul Schrader and Bryan Singer. When not on a film set, Mark can be found performing in the Mocap studio in various video games for Ubisoft, Warner Brothers and Eidos. Credits include leading roles in "Assassin’s Creed", "Splinter Cell: Conviction", "Deus Ex", "Far Cry: Instincts", and "Rainbow Six" to name a few. As a voice performer, Mark is part of the cast that won back to back Emmy Awards for the outstanding animated series, "Arthur". He has lent his voice to more than 50 animated series and feature films.
Dawn Ford has lent her voice to over 50 fifty leading roles in animated programs, over 55 campaigns for prominent name brand corporations as Tide, Toyota, Air Canada, etc. and over 20 Video Games.
Over the course of her career, she has played numerous notable roles including a recurring role on the Canadian Screen Award winning series, 19-2, and the recurring role of Sheila Thompson in The Art of More (Sony).
In addition to lending her voice to numerous commercial campaigns, Dawn Ford has provided her voice to many Ubisoft Video Games, including Assassins Creed, Tom Clancy and Far Cry.
Dawn Ford has been acknowledged with several awards for her work, the ACTRA Award for Outstanding Voice Performance as the lead in the animated series, Fishtronaut, in addition to the ACTRA Woman of the Year.
An accomplished voice actor, Wyatt has provided his voice to countless Animated series including recording two Series Regular roles in Sardine's production, Chop Chop Ninja. Most notably his performance in, "MIA", garnered him a nomination in 2015 for the ACTRA Montreal Award for Outstanding Voice Performance.
Wyatt has also lent his voice to many Video Games including the award-winning critically acclaimed series from Eidos, "Deus Ex" and countless Ubisoft Games, including the Assassin's Creed and Far Cry series.
In addition to voice, Wyatt has worked in all aspects of the industry both in Film and on Television. He has appeared on Freeform's, The Bold Type, held a Recurring role on APTN's "Mohawk Girls", worked on Sony Pictures "Roadside Picnic", etc.
Recently, Wyatt has ventured into Voice Directing on several confidential productions with multiple gaming companies in Montreal including Ubisoft Entertainment and Game On.
Simon Gfeller’s professional horizons are defined by his exploration of the voice. He originally trained as an actor and opera singer and completed his graduate training in Vocal Performance at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London (UK).
Simon regularly works as a voiceover artist. He was the official French-Canadian voice of the DAZN streaming service for over two years and voiced meditations for the mindfulness app Lifeworks.
Since 2015, Simon has worked as an accent management coach for some of the UK’s leading institutions in ESL training. He delivers English pronunciation training & accent management coaching to clients working in pharma, tech, finance, law, governmental agencies, the military, international organisations and even air traffic controllers. He is regularly invited to speak at education conferences where he explains how his operatic background fueled his work as a linguist.
Graduated from L'École Supérieur de Théâtre Musical in theatre and danse, Dominic Lorange is recognized for his versatility and nuanced acting. He worked at the opera, in theatre and in TV series. Since a couple of years, Dominic has done commercial voice over and dubbing for TV shows, movies and documentaries. He won, in 2013, a Félix for the music album for children Géronimo Stilton at the ADISQ Gala.
Working as an actor and singer since 30 years, Pierre Bédard sang in more than 100 movies and has worked in adaptation and musical direction on more than 50 movies and TV series (Frozen II, Mr. Rogers, Lego Movie II, Hotel Transylvania III, Finding Dory, Angry Birds, Jungle Book, etc.).