Grace Fournier is an actor, writer and producer, with a background in theatre. Born in Rochester, NY, she lived in Maine, Arizona, and Pennsylvania throughout her childhood, until her family moved to Toronto. She studied theatre briefly at York University, and a year later co-founded a theatre collective in 2013. Theatre Hera's first production, The Flight of Avery Quint, was an original play she had written. During this time she also played Anne Bronte in Nomad Theatre's production of Ties of Blood while studying with Jock Macdonald (Straeon Studios). After mounting other productions with Theatre Hera, (Sweetheart, Cowboy Mouth) Grace moved to Vancouver, where she is excited to be studying at the Railtown Actor's Studio. In June of 2016 she co-produced and acted in American Refugee, an original play by Caity Quinn, about the future collapse of America. She is looking forward to upcoming projects, and especially getting more involved in film. In addition to acting, Grace enjoys singing, dancing, and painting. She is honoured to take part in telling this universal, touching story.
Ben Afful is a actor, track and field enthusiast and builder. Originally from Ghana, West Africa he moved to London as child before coming to North America. Calgary AB was the first stop and Vancouver BC is where he calls home. His early activities in acting were stand-in roles for 21 Jump St, Millennium and X- Files. In recent years his acting career has led to principal roles in shows such as Supernatural, Prison Break and Lucifer. His first involvement in film was in one of Hallmarks' Signed, Sealed and Delivered. As an art Ben is keen on continually developing his approach to acting and interpreting the depth of emotion that comes with each character. He loves music and enjoys genres from ambient electronica to French pop including artists like Ott, Boards of Canada, Alicia Keys, Solange Knowles, Seal and Beady Belle. He looks forward to increasing development in acting and furthering hisportfolio. When he's not working on his craft he enjoys masters track and field in sprints and recreational kayaking which is easy to enjoy in the coastal, ocean city of Vancouver.