As Michel Jonasz
Michel is a French composer-songwriter, singer and actor. His compositions include: La boîte de jazz, Joueurs de blues and Les vacances au bord de la mer.
Born of Hungarian immigrant parents, Michel Jonasz left school at the age of 15 to find his way in the arts. Painting, theatre and music interested him, but he began his artistic career as a pianist. After working with both Vigon and The Lemons, in 1966 he created the band King Set with his friend, the guitarist Alain Goldstein.
Two radio successes made his voice and his talent for rhythm known: an original composition, Apesanteur (Weightlessness), in 1967, and Jezebel in 1968.
His solo career began slowly with a single ("45t") at the end of 1968 under the name of Michel Kingset, the next in 1970 under his own name. He had to wait until 1974 to find a large audience with two simultaneous hits ("tubes"): Dites-Moi and Super Nana.
Some of the greatest studio musicians have been part of michel Jonasz's journey, both in studio for his albums and live on stage: Steve Gadd, Abraham Laboriel, Gabriel Yared, Manu Katche, Janick Top, Larry Carlton and many more.
Passionate about art, Samantha Fins has continuously channeled her interest into the world of cinema since childhood. Born into an artistic family, she immerses herself in the art world and pursues her career, making appearances in series like "The Recruit," directed by Doug Liman, a role in "Plan B" alongside Patrick J. Adams, with more projects on the horizon. Currently, Samantha stars in the Quebec daily series "STAT" entering its second season, in the role of Chief Nurse Audrey Milord.
Gerald Auger is a First Nations actor, producer, writer, entrepreneur and motivational speaker from Wabasca, Alberta. He is of Woodland Cree descent. He graduated from Grande Prairie Regional College in 1995 with a Marketing Management diploma and a Small Business Management certificate.
As Police Officer
Matt Frewer has been travelling all over North America in recent months filming recurring roles. Most recently, he worked in Los Angeles for HBO's Perry Mason and in Austin for AMC's Fear The Walking Dead. In Vancouver portrayed Carnage in Netflix's sci-fi drama Altered Carbon (2018); in Montreal (opposite Dennis Quaid) as Anthony Bruhl in NBC's Timeless (2016); in Toronto as Paul Rice in Crackle's The Art of More (2015), and also in Toronto as Dr. Leekie on BBC America's award-winning Orphan Black (2013); and in Brooklyn, New York as Dr. J. M. Christiansen in Steven Soderbergh's gritty early-20th century hospital drama The Knick (2014).
As an actor, Rachel was part of, and keeps getting involved in short movies and plays. Most recently, she was co-lead in “What We Don’t Say” which was in the official selection at the Calgary International Film Festival. The feature film also won "Best of Fest" at the North Carolina Film Festival and just got a distribution deal for DVD release in July 2020.