MEET THE CAST & CREW!

Owen Wong

Owen Wong

Camera Tech / Writer

Owen Wong

Camera Tech / Writer

Owen spent the last 3 years as a 1st AC, during which time he shot and directed a few music videos and shorts. He has a super helpful BFA from Emily Carr’s film program where he did a lot of artful sketch comedy which they did not always appreciate.

Pre-COVID Owen was the technical director/operator on a late night style comedy-variety show at the Rio Theatre called Talent Time with Paul Anthony & Ryan Beil. Owen also edit many of the episodes for Amazon/YouTube as well as all the pre-taped sketches.

Owen’s interests include DIY car stuff, racing, sketch comedy & being an all ‘round seagull lover. Owen also like chicken nuggets with no sauce, art, music and human food.

Owen also play’s jazz clarinet and according to him is awful at it.

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Silas Egan

Camera Tech

Silas Egan

Camera Tech

Cheyenne Rouleau

Cheyenne Rouleau

Writer / Performer

Cheyenne Rouleau

Writer / Performer

Cheyenne Rouleau is an actor, writer, comedian, producer, costume designer, makeup artist and props-person, who is very good at focusing on one job and clearly never spreads herself too thin. Born and raised in Burnaby BC, Cheyenne graduated from Langara’s Studio 58 Acting Program with a certificate in pretending to understand Shakespeare and a diploma in sharing her feelings. Her multi-award winning show, The After After Party, has played all over Vancouver to critical acclaim and has toured nationally, and her sketch show, Lxdy Parts, continues to play to sold out audiences every season. Also she does props.  

Nadav-Sacha Santo

Nadav-Sacha Santo

Writer / Director

Nadav-Sacha Santo

Writer / Director

Nadav’s creative tale originates with the discovery of his love for storytelling at an early age. Through play and writing, his passion grew and stretched until one star-crossed day he bore witness to Fight Club and his love of stories and cinema entwined before his eyes. Nadav was never the same after, turning to writing and directing short films and music videos as a fix to his newfound hunger. T’was not long after he found himself on the West Coast of Canada studying and working in film, spending many a year on the long-running TV show Supernatural before settling down with A Lot filthier than most to enjoy creative pursuits.