Shrink Sesh

Sunday, October 20th  I    11 AM    I   Famous Players Canada Square Cinemas


A couple tries to save their love life by getting advice from the most eccentric therapist in town.

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Leah has performed with Canada’s major theatre companies, including Soulpepper, Stratford Theatre Festival, National Arts Centre, Black Theatre Workshop and Factory Theatre. She is an ensemble Dora Award winner for Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead and ensemble My Entertainment World Award winner for La Ronde (both at Soulpepper). She recently wrote and produced two comedy shorts, Bite & Smile and the upcoming TIPS. As a mixed-race creator, she populates her sets with women and diversity because… it’s time. When she was 17, Leah wrote and performed Nobody’s Story, a one-woman play at the Edmonton Fringe because her guy friends were doing it, so why not her? It sold out, and her performance was nominated for a Sterling Award. She’s done the mainstream TV thing too – and can be seen in V-Wars (Netflix), Good Witch (Hallmark), Murdoch Mysteries (CBC), Kim’s Convenience (CBC), Impulse (YouTube Red), and the films Run This Town (Independent), Life in a Year (Independent), and It’s Not My Fault and I Don’t Care Anyway (Mosaic Entertainment). She plays Razor Lemay – an army brat light-years cooler than she will ever be – in the new Ubisoft videogame Starlink: Battle for Atlas. Leah is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada.

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Scott is an actor, writer, producer and voice actor based in Toronto. He has appeared in such films and TV shows as Schitt’s Creek, Private Eyes, Glowbies, and Elliot the Littlest Reindeer. Scott has brought children across Canada to the point of tears with his dramatic turn as Carlin Caterpillar in CBC KIDS' gritty pre-school drama The Moblees. It was undoubtedly this gut-wrenching performance that garnered him and his cast a JUNO Nomination for their children’s album featuring the politically poignant track “Giggly Wiggly Silly Willy Dance”. Scott studied at George Brown Theatre School and The Second City Toronto. Other credits include the Sterling Award nominated The Silver Arrow: The Untold Story of Robin Hood (Citadel Theatre), Baroness von Sketch Show (CBC), The Moblees Live! On a Wishin' Mission (Drayton), Wolf and Club Six (Farlsbarkley Films), The War of the Roses: A Game of Kings (Theatre Aquarius) and Twelfth Night (Hart House) for which he received a Best Supporting Actor My Theatre Award.

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Tony's selected theatre credits include The Model Apartment (Harold Green), Let’s Go (Theatre Passe Muraille) and Bunny (Tarragon Theatre). In recent years, Tony has joined the TV/Film community. Bad Kids, a short film that he starred in, won Best Short Film at the Canadian Diversity Film Festival and UTM Film Festival. Other select credits include American Gods (Starz) and Supergirl (CW). Aside from acting, Tony is a hip-hop musician and has opened for such acts as ASAP Rocky, Massari and Scratch from The Roots. Tony is also a competitive dancer in African Dance, Hip Hop, Salsa and Tango. When he’s not “rocking the mic” or standing in front of the mirror rehearsing his facial expressions and trying not to anticipate the dialogue, Tony enjoys playing soccer and watching his favourite action movies. Tony has worked at The Second City, has extensive training in Stage Combat, and is a graduate of Humber’s Theatre Performance conservatory and York University’s BFA program.

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