CALEIGH Le GRAND
Caleigh Le Grand is an actor/writer/producer/photographer living in Toronto. She grew up playing in the world of theatre and earned her Honours and Specialization in Media Information Technoculture and her Level II Writer’s Certificate alongside her studies in Psychology at the University of Western Ontario. After university, she delved into a myriad of occupations - ranging from fashion and lifestyle PR to teaching RPM classes at Goodlife to flying around the world as a flight attendant with Air Canada - later grounding herself with acting in film, television and improvisational theatre.
As a writer, Le Grand began her career in journalism, writing for The Barrie Examiner, and has since worked in the public relations, online magazine, and advertising sectors. She now centralizes her writing endeavors in the entertainment industry as a stage- and screenwriter as well as a freelance contributing columnist and production critic for publications such as Dynamik Magazine, Amy Sky’s Alive & Awake, and Comedy Uncovered.
Most recently, Le Grand associate produced and starred in Justin McConnell's feature film, Red Mile, which will be holding its world premiere at the notable Whistler Film Festival. She can also be found regularly on stage at Toronto comedy venues, including Comedy Bar, Second City's John Candy Box Theatre, and Social Capital Theatre.
Co-Host, Associate Producer
Tanya Bevan’s first experience in front of the camera was as a toddler featured in promotional materials for a local day care centre. She performed in school plays, figure skating competitions, dance and vocal recitals as well as live theatre productions film and TV. Her energy and enthusiasm for ‘making the best of every performance’ is always evident. In figure skating, the ‘lutz’ soon because the ‘klutz’. It was the one jump that challenged her the most, but she never gave up. She has a passion for performing on stage. Her most memorable stage performance was as 'Bombalurina' in the musical CATS.
Bevan also has a love for dance. She spent time dancing with the Toronto Argonauts 'Dance Pack', and the Toronto Marlies dance team. While with the Marlies, she was selected to sing the national anthem on several occasions. She has also lived and worked, dancing professionally, in Morocco.
Bevan discovered acting for Film and T.V. while in high school. Having chosen it her career path, she moved to Toronto where she obtained credits in the feature film ‘The Rocker’, YTV’s ‘Instant Star’ and ‘Family Biz’, and The Family Channel’s ‘BAXTER’. She has been on the set of several commercials, short and Indy Films. Her most recent credits ‘Reign’, ‘Ashes’ and ‘The Scarehouse’.
Rosanna Zammit - BA.H., LL.B., LL.M., M.Ed. (Counselling Psychology) - is a Registered Psychotherapist (R.P.), Canadian Certified Counsellor (C.C.C.) and former lawyer who holds Masters degrees in Counselling Psychology and Law. She is active in the film community as a producer and mental health consultant for film industry professionals, and has spoken internationally about mental wellness issues. She currently runs her own private counselling practice, Kind-Mind Counselling and Wellness Services, in Toronto.
Angela Cavallin is a screenwriter/director/actor living in Toronto. She started out as a comedian performing sketch and stand-up. She is currently in development of a television action-drama she co-created with Thomas Scott (her partner at Gopher It Productions), a comedy feature that has Jeremy Lalonde attached to direct and will soon be releasing comedy web series, Bob and Han, with co-producers at Hooracha.
Cavallin is extremely excited to work with We're Totally (Not) OK to start conversations that are very much needed in our society about mental illness; a topic close to her heart.
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Audio Engineer Consultant
William Cabana-Marshall: is a multi-media producer with a focus in sound. His background encompasses the worlds of television broadcast and new media. He also works as a freelancer, doing sound recording, post-audio, videography, and sound editing.