David La Haye
One of the most dynamic and sought-after talents of Canadian cinema today, David La Haye enjoys regional and international success through his consistently solid performance in feature films such as Nouvelle France (2004 with Gerard Depardieu); la Vie avec Mon Père (2004); Un Crabe dans la Tête (2001), for which he won the Best Actor Award at the Santo Domingo Film Festival; and L'enfant d'eau (1994), where he was given the Best Actor Genie award. La Haye is equally celebrated for his magnetic stage presence in theatre and television performances, and is often prized for his sophisticated acting style and portrayal of complex roles.
"Mamee" Napakpapha Nakprasitte
Known generally as "Mamee", Napakpapha Nakprasitte became a sensation in Thailand after her first movie, Mae Bia, which was an enormous Thai box office hit in 2001, making it Thailand's tenth all time biggest grossing film. Her fan base has broadened overseas after starring in British-produced, Butterfly Man. Her 2005 film, "Art of Evil #2" was a smash hit in Thailand and Malaysia."Mamee" has an organic, unpretentious yet naturally dazzling presence, and her performance is delightfully charismatic.
Pinsent's acting talent was discovered during her teenage years, when she was nominated the Genie Award Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Bay Boy. Having pursued her theatrical career in New York and Los Angeles, she continued to undertake adventurous roles, including her exciting works in the TV series, Made in Canada (1998), for which she picked up 3 Gemini nominations, 1 Comedy Award nomination, and 3 Gemini Awards. She also appeared as a lead role opposite Charlton Heston in the Disney movie, The Little Kidnappers (1990), which brought her a Gemini award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.
Dr. Mohan Agashe
Protégée of director Satyajit Ray, Dr. Mohan Agashe is a household name in India and is well-known to international film audiences. A remarkable and unique actor, he has received critical acclaim in Hunt Hoe's movie, Seducing Maarya (2000), Mississippi Masala (1991, directed by Mira Nair and co-starring Denzel Washington) and in Apaharan (2005). He is also featured, along with Jackie Chan, in Hunt Hoe's documentary, Who is Albert Woo? Agashe interprets his characters with intelligent elegance while making them utterly humane. He was given the Sangeet Natak Akademy Award for Theatre (Highest National Honour in Arts) in 1996 and was conferred 'Padmashri' by President of India in 1990. He also served as Director of the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune. Also a renowned practicing psychiatrist back home, he is the Director of the Maharashtra Institute of Mental Health at Pune.
One of Canada's most popular actors, Michael Ironside has starred in more than 100 feature films and is regularly seen on television. He has a dedicated cult following and is well-known for playing tough, steel-fisted villainous film roles. His participation in David Cronenberg's sci-fi hit, Scanners (1981), won him a Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. Other film credits include, Total Recall (1990), Top Gun (1986), The Next Karate Kid (1994), Starship Troopers (1997), The Perfect Storm (2000) and Crime and Punishment in Suburbia (2000). He has recently become a major star in the realm of video games after voicing Tom Clancy's character of Sam Fisher in the three, and soon fourth, Splinter Cell games.
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