CastTouch is pleased to work with the following actors
Krystin PellerinBest known for her portrayal of Sgt. Leslie Bennett on Republic of Doyle, Krystin’s last St. John’s stage performance was in 2013 when she wowed audiences in Sweetline Theatre Company’s production of David Mamet’s Oleanna. Krystin was in the summer 2015 Stratford production of Possible Worlds, and is appearing as Lady Macbeth in the Stratford Festival production of Macbeth directed by Antoni Cimolino.
Brian MarlerBrian holds a BFA Acting degree from the University of Alberta and is a former company member of the Shaw Festival in Ontario. He played Detective Pike on Republic of Doyle and was in the winter 2015 production of Colony of Unrequited Dreams, originating the role of Prowse. Brian is also half of MarlerWorks Inc., a St. John’s-based company that restores heritage buildings and provides customized renovations, with a predilection for bathrooms.
Jorja KingTouch is 7-year-old Jorja’s first acting role. Her initial audition resulted in Jorja making the short-list. After subsequent auditions, she was cast in the role of Emilie. Jorja is very excited to be working with Krystin Pellerin. Jorja hails from Mount Pearl and attends Morris Academy. In her free time she enjoys singing, dancing, and acting.
Benjamin HarrisTouch introduces first-time actor Benjamin Harris as Ben.
Darryl is an actor and musician from Mount Pearl, Newfoundland. In the past decade, he has had the pleasure of performing live to over 125,000 people across three continents. Back in 2014, Hopkins released an album of original songs under the moniker of Avalon Stanley. He has appeared on CBC in both Republic of Doyle & Murdoch Mysteries, as well as the docudrama based on Michael Crummey’s Hard Light. Currently he is working on Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland’s Between Breaths (penned by Governor General Award winning author Robert Chafe). Future projects include; a tour with Poverty Cove’s acclaimed production of Falling Trees (written by Winterset winner, Megan Gail Coles), as well as a tour of Ottawa, Halifax and London in 2017 with Colony of Unrequited Dreams, a stage play adapted from Wayne Johnston’s bestselling novel.