Doug Bradley
The legendary Doug Bradley, who donned the pins and makeup of Pinhead for eight of the nine 'Hellraiser' films, has become a cult icon in the genre. Bradley was originally going to take the role of one of the movers in the first 'Hellraiser' film, but opted for the Lead Cenobite instead, and the rest, they say, is history. He is very close friends with Clive Barker, and the two have worked together on many projects over the years, including 'Night Breed' (1990), 'Salome & The Forbidden' (1998), and founding the 'Dog Company' progressive theatre group in London. Bradley is one of only five actors to play the same horror character on at least six consecutive occasions, joining Sir Christopher Lee (Count Dracula), Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger), Warwick Davis (Leprechaun), Brad Dourif (Chucky) and Tobin Bell (Jigsaw). His most recent genre fare includes 'Pumpkinhead: Ashes To Ashes' (2006), 'Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines' (2012), 'Shame The Devil' (2013), and 'Death House' (2014). In addition to his on-screen work, Doug has performed narrations on several songs by English extreme metal band, Cradle of Filth, as well as contributing guest vocals to their 2008 album 'Godspeed On The Devil's Thunder', on all songs except 'Tragic Kingdom'. Forever a student of the acting craft, Doug is also the author of the book 'Sacred Masks: Behind The Mask Of The Horror Actor', which explores the history of masks in society and their applications in horror films. A regular on the convention circuit, Bradley is rumored to be working with Clive Barker on a re-make of the original 'Hellraiser' film. He lives in London with his wife Lynne, two children, and a cat.

Ashley Laurence
Ashley Laurence, who played the innocent role of Kirsty Cotton in 'Hellraiser', returned to appear in three other 'Hellraiser' films- 'Hellbound: Hellraiser II' (1988), 'Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth' (1992), and 'Hellraiser: Hellseeker' (2002). In addition, she has also starred in 'The Lurking Fear' (1994), based on the H.P. Lovecraft story, 'Warlock III: The End Of Innocence' (1999), 'Lightning Bug' (2004), and 'Red' (2008). Ashley also appeared in a short film for the band Slipknot for their song 'Snuff', which was released in December 2009. Though most of her work has been in film, Laurence has also appeared in episodes of television series such as 'Suddenly Susan' (1997), 'Beverly Hills, 90210' (1999) 'ER' (2004). She's been featured in national television commercials for Geico as well as having been the sexy Coors Light 'Beerman' in one of the company's national ad campaigns. Ashley has gone on to achieve a cult status among fans who enjoyed her early work in the 'Hellraiser' films, and was featured in the 2004 E! True Hollywood Story episodes, 'Scream Queens' and 'The 100 Greatest Scary Moments'. She is a regular on the convention circuit, and is always eager to meet with her fans and discuss the genre.

Dean Winters
Dean Winters (Trevor from 'Hellseeker'), has appeared in two of the 'Law & Order' television series: 'Special Victims Unit', where he was a regular in the first season, and as a guest star in the 'Criminal Intent' episode "Purgatory". He is perhaps best known as Johnny Gavin, Denis Leary's brother on the FX drama 'Rescue Me' from 2004-2011, and as Ryan O'Reily in HBO's prison drama 'Oz' (1997-2003). Dean also had a recurring role on the popular NBC comedy '30 Rock', portraying Dennis Duffy on and off from 2006-2012. More than ten years after his final appearance on SVU, he returned to reprise his role of Detective Brian Cassidy in the 13th season finale. After that, he came back in the 14th season, and later became a recurring character in the 15th season, as Sergeant Olivia Benson's love interest. Other guest appearances for Winters include 'Homicide: Life on the Street', 'Sex and the City', 'Third Watch', 'NYPD Blue', 'CSI: Miami'. He also played Charley Dixon, Sarah Connor's love interest, in 'Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles', the short-lived 2008 sci-fi series. On June 20, 2010, Winters was introduced as 'Mayhem', the recurring character in a new television and radio advertising campaign for Allstate Insurance Company. The campaign is centered around the idea that paying too little for insurance could result in customers not getting the best coverage or service for their money. Currently, Winters co-stars in the Keanu Reeves spy thriller John Wick (2014), and plays a detective on the cop drama 'Battle Creek' (2015) alongside Josh Duhamel.

Rachel Hayward
Rachel Hayward, Allison from 'Hellseeker', has continued both on the big screen and television. Her screen credits include 'Cellmates' (2003), 'Christmas In Wonderland' (2007), 'The Art Of War II: Betrayal' (2008), and 'Courage' (2009). On the TV, Hayward has guest starred on horror and sci-fi series like 'Stargate SG-1' (1997), 'The Hunger' (2000), 'Battlestar Galactica' (2006), and 'Painkiller Jane' (2007). She is also known for her recurring role of Rita Gilbride on the CBC's 'Arctic Air' (2012). Unsure if she wanted to pursue acting, Rachel at first followed an artistic path and studied at Ontario College Of Art, graduating with a degree in Graphic Design. She did some freelancing as a graphic artist, but then decided to move to Vancouver to study acting full time. Hayward studied with Mel Tuck at the Gastown Actors Studio, and later decided to enroll in The Groundlings in Los Angeles to expand her comedy skills. She's also previously trained and worked with renowned acting teacher Larry Moss.

Sarah-Jane Redmond
Sarah-Jane Redmond, who portrayed Gwen in 'Hellseeker', is no stranger to horror. She's appeared in several films in the genre, including 'Disturbing Behavior' (1998), 'BloodRayne II: Deliverance' (2008), 'Case 39' (2009), and '30 Days Of Night: Dark Days' (2010). In addition to that, Sarah-Jane is well known for her television roles, including recurring characters in 'Da Vinci's Inquest' (1998-2005), 'The L Word' (2006-2007), 'Smallville' (2001-2007), and 'Once Upon A Time In Wonderland' (2013). She's most recently appeared in episodes of 'Almost Human' and 'Psych', both in 2014, and filmed three movies: 'Dark Harvest', 'Down Here', and 'Buried Secrets', all slated for release in 2015.

Jody Thompson
Jody Thompson, who played the role of Trevor's neighbor Tawny in 'Hellseeker', is probably most widely known for her regularly recurring character Devon Moore on the USA networkís television series 'The 4400', which ran from 2005-2007. In addition, Jody has had other recurring television roles, including 'Blade: The Series' (2006), 'Sanctuary' (2011), 'R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour' (2011), and warrior queen Azura in 'Flash Gordon' (2007). On the big screen, Jody has appeared in several feature films, most notably "Ace Of Hearts' (2008), disaster movie '2012' (2009), and the vampire sequel '30 Days Of Night: Dark Days' (2010). Thompson is currently the president of the International Filmmakers Institute, a production company dedicated to the creation of film and video artworks that endeavor to relieve social injustice and advance a message of hope, mercy and reconciliation. She just completed producing a documentary film, 'MontaŮa De Luz', about a Honduran orphanage that cares for children living with HIV. The film was an Official Selection at the Rhode Island International Film Festival and is a 2008 Winner of the Heartland Film Festival's Crystal Heart Award.

Michael Rogers
Michael Rogers, who took on the role of Detective Givens in 'Hellseeker', has had various roles in both television and film. His big screen credits include the horror sequel 'Children Of The Corn: Revelation' (2001); the sports drama 'Two For The Money' (2005) with Al Pacino and Matthew McConaughey; and the Brad Pitt western 'The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford' (2007). On television, Michael has appeared in episodes of 'The Sentinel' (1999), 'The 4400' (2005), and 'Fringe' (2012), among others. Rogers won the 2013 Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor in a Canadian Film for 'Beyond The Black Rainbow' and was nominated by the New York Film Poll for Best Supporting Actor for the same film. Most recently, Michael appeared on the drama 'Supernatural' in three different roles spanning two episodes, one in 2007, the other in 2014.

Trevor White
London-based actor Trevor White, who played Bret in 'Hellseeker', has worked in theater, film, television and radio since 1994. He landed his first part in the Kate Jackson film 'A Kidnapping In The Family' (1996), and guest-starred in shows like 'The Sentinel' (1996), 'The Outer Limits' (1999), 'Beggars And Choosers' (2000) and 'Da Vinci's Inquest' (2001). From 1997-1999, White became a series regular on 'Millennium', starring as FBI computer specialist Doug Scaife. He appeared throughout Season 3, becoming especially prominent during the final few episodes as Frank Black's most trusted confidante. In 1997, White was nominated for two Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards in Vancouver for his acclaimed performance as Hal in the off-broadway production of Steven Berkoff's 'Kvetch'. He has also twice performed for Bard on the Beach, Western Canada's hugely successful Shakespeare festival, appearing in the title role in 'Pericles' in 2003. On the big screen, White appeared in his first James Bond film, 'Die Another Day' (2002) with Pierce Brosnan as 007, as well as the Val Kilmer and Christian Slater thriller, 'Mindhunters' (2004). Also lending his voice to the cartoon realm, Trevor played the character of Major Rusty Gubbins in the animated feature 'Agent Crush' (2008), alongside Neve Campbell, Ioan Gruffudd, Brian Cox and Roger Moore. White is the Artistic Director and co-founder of the Suspect Package Theatre Company, formed in London in 2003. He made his Royal Court debut in 2009 as Marty in Wallace Shawn's 'Aunt Dan And Lemon', and was part of the original cast of Lucy Prebble's multiple award-winning 'Enron', directed by Rupert Goold, which also played at the Royal Court before transferring to the NoŽl Coward Theatre in the West End in 2010. Most recently, Trevor starred in the West End hit 'A Long Day's Journey Into Night' by Eugene O'Neill with David Suchet, Laurie Metcalf and Kyle Soller. It was on at the Apollo Theatre until August 18, 2012.

Kyle Cassie
Kyle Cassie, who had the small role of the paramedic in 'Hellseeker', has since acted in a long list of projects, including a lead role in the horror sequel 'Lost Boys 2: The Tribe' (2008), NBC's 'Revolution' pilot (2009), 'True Justice' (2010-2011), and a recurring guest role on 'JPod', based on the esteemed Douglas Coupland novel. Cassie, in his role of a pathological, self hating fast-food chain mascot named Klownsworthy, earned a nomination for 'Best Guest Star in a Dramatic Series' for the 2008 Leo Awards, which celebrate excellence in the British Columbia television industry. In addition to acting, he also likes to write. Kyle co-wrote and co-produced a comical short film, 'Portrait of a Rebound', co-wrote a satirical monster horror feature film, 'Rare Breed', and the short, darkly comedic drama, 'The Milkguy' (2009), a modern day fairy-tale about learning not to cry over spilled milk. Kyle teamed up with fellow actor Teach Grant to create 'The Lido', a one-hour dramatic comedy packaged into 30 minutes for today's ADD generation. 'The Lido' is described as "aggressive, sexy and unapologetic". Currently, Cassie, moved by a haunting episode in a coma years ago, is developing a psychological thriller based on his experience, touching on questions about reality and the choices he faced in that alternate state of consciousness through a harrowing tale of mystery, danger and ultimately, salvation. Kyle resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, with his girlfriend Emilie Ullerup.

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