The Actors

The Sadness of Sex (1995)
Naked Jane (1995)
Woman Undone (TV-1996)
Loser (1996)
Vanishing Point (TV- 1997)
One of Our Own (1998)
Mercy (2000)
Joe and Max (TV-2002)
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003)
False Pretenses (TV-2004)
Superman Returns (2006)
Gardens of the Night (2007)
Beautiful (2009)
Malibu Shark Attack (TV-2009)
Errand_boy (2010)

TV Guest Appearances
Played "Inspector" in episode "Promises," Highlander, 2.26.96
"Martha" in episode "Going Without," Strangers, 1996
Herself in Raw Is War, 1997
"Aly" in episodes "Diamonds & Guns" and "Bounty," Jonny Zero, 2005
"Mischa Sparkle" in episode "A Flash Exclusive," Two Twisted, 2006

Awards & Nominations

1998-Nominated, Gemini Award, Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role: La Femme Nikita

1998-Nominated, Saturn Award, Best Genre TV Actress: La Femme Nikita

1999-Nominated, Gemini Award, Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role: La Femme Nikita ("Cat and Mouse")

2004-Nominated, Saturn Award, Best Supporting Actress: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Peta Wilson (Nikita)

Born in Sydney, Australia on November 18, 1970, Peta Gia Wilson lived in over a dozen locations by the time she was 13, as her father was a warrant officer in the Australian army. Her fondest memories, though, were of the years spent in Papua, New Guinea. This army brat/tomboy became an expert sailor, and the youngest woman on the Australian national basketball team. (She stands 5' 10".) She attended an all-girls Catholic school in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. At age 14 she battled malaria, and at 17 suffered from anorexia. Her stunning looks led to modeling jobs in Europe, and she moved to Los Angeles in 1991, where she began a long-term relationship with director Damian Harris, took acting lessons from the likes of Arthur Mendoza, and landed small parts in movies and TV series. With the success of La Femme Nikita, Peta has purchased a home in Hollywood Hills and ten acres of Australian beachfront. She has also launched a promising film career and starred in the television mini-series A Girl Thing (2001). She earned Gemini Award nominations in 1997 and 1999 for her work in La Femme Nikita (Best Performance for an Actress in a Dramatic Leading Role). Her hobbies include scuba diving, swimming, painting and horseback riding. Has a son, Marlowe, born February 2002, with her boyfriend, director Damian Harris. Her production company, Sweet Lips Productions, is developing several projects.

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Jesus de Montreal (1989)
Dans le ventre du dragon (1989)
Le Marche du couple (1990)
Being at Home with Claude (1992)
Entangled (1993)
Cap Tourmente (1993)
C'etait le 12 du 12 et Chili avait les blues (1994)
Screamers (1995)
L'Homme ideal (1996)
Waiting for Michelangelo (1996)
Bleeders (1997)
J'en suis! (1997)
Aire libre (1997)
Free Money (1998)
The Last Chapter (TV-2002)
Seraphin: Un homme et son peche (2002)
The Last Chapter: The War Continues (TV-2003)
Les Invasions barbares (2003)
Jack Paradise (2004)
Monica la mitraille (2004)
Memoires affectives (2004)
Manners of Dying (2004)
Les Utats-Unis d'Albert (2005)
Maurice Richard (2005)
The Beautiful Somewhere (2006)
Shake Hands with the Devil (2006)
Emotional Arithmetic (2007)
Truffle (2008)
A No-Hit, No-Run Summer (2008)
Mesrine: Killer Instinct (2008)
Je me souviens (2009)
The Timekeeper (2009)
Sticky Fingers (2009)

Awards & Nominations

1993-Nominated, Genie Award, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role: Cap Tourmente (1993)

2003-Nominated, Jutra Award, Best Actor: Seraphin (2002)

2004-Nominated, Genie Award, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role: Seraphin (2002)

2005-WON, Jutra Award, Best Actor, Memoires affectives (2005)

2005-WON, Genie Award, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role: Memoires affectives (2005)

2006-Nominated, Tokyo International Film Festival, Best Actor: Maurice Richard (2005)

2006-Nominated, Jutra Award, Best Actor, Maurice Richard (2005)

2007-WON, Genie Award, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role: Maurice Richard (2005)

2007-WON, Atlantic Film Festival, Best Actor: Shake Hands with the Devil (2007)

2008-Nominated, Genie Award, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role: Shake Hands with the Devil (2007)

2008-WON, Jutra Award, Best Actor: Shake Hands with the Devil (2007)
Roy Dupuis (Michael Samuelle)

Born April 21, 1963 in New Liskeard, Ontario, Roy Dupuis seemed bound for a career in science until a friend's partner dropped out of an audition at the National Theater School of Canada, and Roy took over. He was selected to study at the school over hundreds of other applicants and went on to become an accomplished actor on stage and in film. Prior to La Femme Nikita, he was perhaps best known to American audiences as Oliva Dionne in the popular television mini-series Million Dollar Babies (1994), and has appeared in several Canadian series, including Les Filles de Caleb (1990), Scoop II (1993), Blanche (1993) and Maurice Richard: Histoire D'un Canadien (1999). His role in Memoires affectives (2004) brought him his first major acting awards.He also won major Best Actor awards for his performances as French-Canadian hockey star Maurice "Rocket" Richards (Maurice Richards) and in Shake Hands with the Devil, a film about the Rwandan Genocide. He lives in a 19th-century farmhouse on 54 acres near Montreal, and has a long-term relationship with actress Celine Bonnier. His hobbies include cross-country skiing, sky diving and sailing. He is co-founder of the Rivers Foundation, to protect Canadian rivers from exploitation by hydro-electric developments. He also actively supports the Mira Foundation, which provides guide dogs for the visually-impaired.

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Eugene Robert Glazer (Operations)

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Glazer's first love was football, and did not seriously consider acting until he got fed up with the 9-to-5 routine of his Wall Street job. In the 1970s he went to Los Angeles, and held a variety of odd jobs -- taxi driver, construction worker, waiter -- until he could establish his acting career. He became known for his stage work playing Dylan Thomas, and landed numerous guest roles on television series like Quincy, Charlie's Angels, The Twilight Zone and Kung Fu: The Legend Continues. He had recurring roles in the soap opera General Hospital as well as the Lifetime series, E.N.G. In the 1990s he built up quite a resume of feature film work as well. He lives with his wife, actress Brioni Farrell, in California. His passions include gardening, carpentry, cooking and writing, and he's committed to the cause of Vietnam POW/MIAs. (Operations sometimes wears a POW/MIA button.)
National Lampoon's The Joy of Sex (1984)
City Girl (1984)
Vendetta (1986)
Stand and Deliver (1987)
No Way Out (1987)
Hunter's Blood (1987)
Hollywood Shuffle (1987)
Intruder (1988)
I'm Gonna Get You Sucka (1988)
Harlem Nights (1989)
The Five Heartbeats (1991)
Stepping Out (1991)
Dollman (1991)
Eve of Destruction (1991)
The Women of Windsor (1992)
Bounty Tracker (1993)
The Substitute (1993)
Skyscraper (1995)
Scanners: The Showdown (1995)
It's My Party (1996)
Golden Will: The Silken Laumann Story (1996)
While My Pretty One Sleeps (1997)
A Prayer in the Dark (1997)
Loving Evangeline (1998)
New Blood (1999)
Reunited (2010)

TV Guest Appearances
Played "Marty" in episode "Home $weet Home," Charlie's Angels, 1.30.80....."Kaster" in episode "Amen to Amen-Re," Whiz Kids, 1.28.84....."Michael Stephens" in episode "Father and Son Game," The Twilight Zone 1988....."Tom Kennedy" in "Love and Duty," E.N.G., 1989....."Scott" in episode "Cinema Verite," Counterstrike, 1990....."Garitti" in episode "The Mariah Connection," Sweating Bullets, 9.9.91....."Colt" in episode "Alive and Kicking," Sweating Bullets, 4.27.92....."Jason Torrence" in episode "Reunion," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, 10.25.93....."Tom Sanderson" in episode "The Legend of Running Bear," Walker, Texas Ranger, 1.8.94....."Gary Castle" in episode "Supernote," F/X: The Series, 1996.....In episode "Revelations," Night Man, 5.3.99....."Nicholas Fox" in episode "Lest He Become," Mutant X, 5.12.03....."Alexander Trepkos" in episode "Day 2: 3:00 am - 4:00 am" and "Day 2: 7:00 am - 8:00 am," 24, 5.20.03....."Charles Newland" in episode "Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here," The Division, 2004....."Elder" in episode "Vaya Con Leos," Charmed, 2005.....Dr. Burr in episode "Super Men," CSI:NY, 2006....."Joe Livingston" in episode "The Key," Cold Case (2006)

Alberta Watson (Madeline)

Born Faith Susan Alberta Watson in Toronto on 6 March 1955, Watson knew at an early age that she wanted to be an actor, and began appearing in local stage productions in her teens. She was nominated for a Genie award for one of her first film performances, as Mitzi in In Praise of Older Women. Trying her luck in the U.S., Watson appeared in The Keep and Women of Valor, then won high praise from critics for her role in Spanking the Monkey, which won the Sundance Film Festival Audience Award, among many others. She earned another Genie Award nomination for Best Lead Actress for her part in Shoemaker (1996) and won rave reviews for The Sweet Hereafter, which won Grand Prize of the Jury at the Cannes Film Festival. She has also made guest appearances in a number of television series (see below) and the mini-series Kane & Abel (1985). She earned a Gemini Award nomination in 1998 for her performance in the La Femme Nikita episode, "New Regime." Watson resides in Toronto.
Power Play (1978)
In Praise of Older Women (1978)
Stone Cold Dead (1979)
War Brides (TV-1980)
Passengers (TV-1980)
Dirty Tricks (1981)
Black Mirror (1981)
The Soldier (1982)
Best Revenge (1982)
The Keep (1983)
Murder in Space (TV-1985)
Women of Valor (TV-1986)
White of the Eye (1987)
Red Earth, White Earth (TV-1989)
Shannon's Deal (TV-1989)
Destiny to Order (1990)
The Hitman (1991)
Zebrahead (1992)
Relentless: Mind of a Killer (TV-1993)
Frame-up (TV-1993)
Jonathan Stone: Threat of Innocence (TV-1994)
Spanking the Monkey (1994)
Hackers (1995)
A Child Is Missing (TV-1995)
Gotti (TV-1996)
Shoemaker (1996)
Sweet Angel Mine (1996)
Giant Mine (TV-1996)
Seeds of Doubt (1996)
The Sweet Hereafter (1997)
The Life Before This (TV-1999)
The Girl Next Door (TV-1999)
Desire (2000)
Deeply (2000)
Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2000)
After the Harvest (TV-2001)
Tart (2001)
Irish Eyes Are Crying (2001)
The Art of Woo (2001)
Chasing Cain (2001)
Guilt by Association (TV-2002)
The Wild Dogs (2002)
The Risen (TV-2002)
Chasing Cain: Face (TV-2002)
Choice (TV-2003)
The Prince & Me (2004)
My Brother's Keeper (2004)
Irish Eyes (2004)
Murder in the Hamptons (TV-2005)
Citizen Duane (2006)
Away from Her (2006)
A Lobster Tale (2006)
The Lookout (2007)
Growing Op (2008)
Helen (2009)
The Spine (2009)

TV Series
Played "Amy Steiner" in Fortune Dane (1986)....."Rebecca Meyer" in Buck James (1987)....."Nina Delaney" in Island Son (1989)

TV Guest Appearances
Played "Mitzi" in episode "War and Peace," The King of Kensington (1980).....A prostitute in episode "Fuched Again," Hill Street Blues, 11.22.84....."Jill Friedlander" in episode "Remembering Melody," The Hitchhiker, 11.27.84....."Carla Holden" in episode "The Distant Fire," The Equalizer, 11.6.85....."Mercedes Puentes" in episode "Tango Bellarosa," Street Legal, 2.22.87....."Miss Hanley" in episode "His Hour Upon the Stage," Law & Order, 12.10.91....."Angela Brandt" in episode "Skin Deep," Law & Order, 9.23.92....."Marie Sands" in episode "Conviction Of His Courage," Matrix, 7.1.93....."Lynda Tillman" in episode "If These Walls Could Talk," The Outer Limits, 7.30.95....."Judge Olivia Delaney" in episode "The More Things Stay the Same," Soul Food, 7.5.00....."Mrs. Mastriani in episode "Pilot," 1-800-Missing, 2003....."Judge" in episode "Bill Sues," Puppets Who Kill, 2004....."Toni Bane" in "I Confess" & seven more episodes, Show Me Yours, 2004....."Erin Driscoll" in "Day 4: 6:00pm - 7:00 pm" and twelve more episodes, 24, 2004-05....."Lydia Anderson" in "Eyes on the Prize" and five more episodes, Angela's Eyes, 2006....."Minister Suzanne Fleischer" in "The Sweep" and nine more episodes, The Border (2008)

Awards & Nominations

1978-Nominated, Etrog Award, Best Supporting Actress (Feature), In Praise of Older Women (1978)
1997-WON National Board of Review, Best Acting by an Ensemble, The Sweet Hereafter (1997)
1997-Nominated, Genie Award, Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, Shoemaker (1996)
1998-Nominated, Gemini Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series, La Femme Nikita ("New Regime")
2001-Nominated, Gemini Award, Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series, After The Harvest (2001)
2003-Nominated, Gemini Award, Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series, Chasing Cain: Face (2002)
2005-Nominated, Gemini Award, Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini Series, Choice:The Henry Morgentaler Story (2003)

Matthew Ferguson
(Seymour Birkoff & Jason Crawford)

Born in the small community of Toronto Island, population 700 (where he still resides), Ferguson stated in his grade school memory book that he wanted to be an actor. He graduated from the Claude Watson School for the Performing Arts and made his debut performance (at age 16) on the stage as Morgan Moreen in Geometry in Venice, winning a Dora Mavor Moore Award as Best Featured Actor. His interests include hockey and gardening. In La Femme Nikita he did double duty as computer whiz Birkoff and Birkoff's twin brother, Jason Crawford.
On My Own (1992)
I Love A Man in Uniform (1993)
Love & Human Remains (1993)
Spenser: Pale Kings and Princes (TV-1994)
Lives of Girls & Women (TV-1994)
Eclipse (1994)
The Club (1994)
Billy Madison (1995)
Harrison Bergeron (TV-1995)
Lilies/les feluettes (1996)
The English Patient (1996)
The Deliverance of Elaine (TV-1996)
Uncut (1997)
The Wall (1998)
Giving Up the Ghost (TV-1998)
I Shout Love (2001)
Hypercube: Cube 2 (2002)
Owning Mahowny (2003)

TV Series
Played "Donnie Logan" in Snakes & Ladders (CBC miniseries, 2004); "Bobby Lee" in Odd Job Jack (52 episodes)

TV Guest Appearances
Top Cops (1990).....Material World (1990).....Played "Kilmartin" in episode "Two Lost Old," Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1996)....."Derrick" in "Play Misty for Me" and four more episodes, An American in Canada, 2003....."Ollie Brewster" in the episode "Me, Myself and Murdoch," Murdoch Mysteries (2010)

Awards & Nominations

1993-Nominated, Australian Film Institute Award, Best Actor in a Lead Role, On My Own (1993)
1994-Nominated, Genie Award, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Love & Human Remains (1993)
1996-Nominated, Genie Award, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Eclipse (1994)
1996-Nominated, Genie Award, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Lilies-Les feluettes (1996)
1998-Nominated, Gemini Award, Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series, La Femme Nikita (1997)

Don Francks (Walter)

Born in Vancouver on February 28, 1932, Francks began acting at age 11, got a job singing on the radio, and in the 1950s began working in television, making guest appearances in numerous series, including Mission: Impossible, and starring in the lead role of a 1966 NBC series entitled Jericho. He has also appeared in a long list of feature films, and has provided voices for animated series as well as hundreds of commercials. He won the ACTRA Award for Best Dramatic Performance in 1980 and 1981 for Drying Up the Streets and The Phoenix Team. Francks has been an activist in Native American rights and various environmental issues. He lives in Toronto with his wife of 30 years, Lil (Red Eagle.) He is also known by the name Iron Buffalo, and is father to two children, actress and singer Cree Summer and Rainbow Sun.
Ivy League Killers (1959)
Drylanders (1963)
Alexander Mackenzie: The Lord of the North (1964)
Finian's Rainbow (1968)
McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971)
Drylanders Episode 1 (1974)
Drying Up the Streets (1978)
Fast Company (1979)
Riel (1979)
Fish Hawk (1979)
Summer's Children (1979)
My Bloody Valentine (1981)
Prisoner of the Future (TV-1982)
Countdown to Looking Glass (TV-1984)
Terminal Choice (1985)
The Big Town (1987)
Hot Paint (TV-1988)
The Christmas Wife (TV-1988)
On Thin Ice: The Tai Babilonia Story (TV-1990)
Labor of Love (TV-1990)
Married To It (1991)
Quiet Killer (TV-1992)
The Trial of Red Riding Hood (TV-1992)
The Diviners (TV-1993)
Madonna: Innocence Lost (TV-1994)
Small Gifts (TV-1994)
Paint Cans (1994)
A Vow to Kill (TV-1995)
Johnny Mnemonic (1995)
The Possession of Michael D. (TV-1995)
First Degree (1995)
Captive Heart: The James Mink Story (TV-1996)
Harriet the Spy (1996)
Bogus (1996)
Hostile Advances: The Kerry Ellison Story (TV-1996)
Heck's Way Home (1996)
The Deliverance of Elaine (TV-1996)
The Conspiracy of Fear (TV-1996)
A Prayer in the Dark (TV-1997)
Summer of the Monkeys (1998)
Mr. Music (TV-1998)
The Minion (1998)
Dinner at Fred's (1999)
My Name Is Tanino (2002)
The Last Chapter: The War Continues (2003)
Lie with Me (2005)
I'm Not There (2007)
Finding ODO (2009)

TV Series
Riding High (1955).....Played "Constable Bill Mitchell" in R.C.M.P. (1960).....Host of Other Voices (1964)....."Franklin Sheppard" in Jericho (1966).....Host of This Land (1978-82)....."David Brook" in The Phoenix Team (1980).....Captain Savard in Blauvogel (TV Mini-series-1994)....."Johnny Moore" in Degree of Guilt (TV mini-series-1995)

TV Guest Appearances
Played "Artie King" in episode "The Round Table Affair," The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1966)....."T. Wigget Jones" in episode "The Night of the Grand Emir," Wild, Wild West, 1.18.66....."Nicholas Groat" in episode "A Game of Chess," Mission: Impossible, 1.14.68....."Major Alex Denesch" in episode "The Numbers Game," Mission: Impossible, 10.5.69....."Reverend Dobson" in episode "The Good Shepherd," The Littlest Hobo, 11.1.84....."Gary" in episode "Blind Alley," Seeing Things, 1.29.84....."Mel" in episode "I'll Be Home for Christmas," Street Legal, 12.16.87....."Stranger" in episode "Enter the Tiger," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, 11.21.94....."Abe Pike" in episode"The Return of Gus Pike," Road to Avonlea (1995)....."Howard Banner" in episode "Jenny Sloan," Early Edition, 10.18.97....."Jake Whitney" in episode "Flag Day," Relic Hunter, 10.11.99....."Samuel Thompson" in episode "Wendigo," Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, 3.29.00....."Kyle Madrid" in episode "Trapped By Time," Earth: Final Conflict, 2.19.01....."Wahota Keene" in episode "Native Son," Tracker, 2.11.02....."Mr. Goldstein" in episode "Reversal of Fortune," Street Time, 9.8.02....."Skunk" in My Dad the Rock Star, 2003....."Mr. Bigalky" in episode "Four's A Crowd," Zixx Level One, 2004....."Stan Puck" in episode "1.13," This Is Wonderful, 2004....."The Evil Head" in episode "The Twilight Place," and "Blind Willy" in episode "Bill and the Berkowitz's," Puppets Who Kill, 2004 & 2006....."Wally" in the episode "Iris," The Listener (2009)
The Price of Fire (1961).....High Steel (1965).....Heavy Metal (1981).....Rock & Rule (1983).....Inspector Gadget (TV series-1983/84).....Ewoks (TV series-1985/86).....(Droids TV series-1985).....Starcom: The U.S. Space Force (TV series-1987).....Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future (TV series-1987).....Alf Tales (TV series-1988).....Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (TV series-1991).....X Men (TV series-1992).....The Silver Surfer (TV series-1998).....X-Men: Mutant Academy (2000).....The Very Good Adventures of Yam Roll in Happy Kingdom (2006).....Garbage Pail Kids (2006)

Carlo Rota (Mick Schtoppel, aka Martin Henderson, 1997-2001)

Has appeared in such films as First Degree (1995), Maximum Risk (1996), Mission to Mars (2000), On Their Knees (2001), Countdown (2002), Horsie's Retreat (2005), Cake (2005), Cold Play (2008), Saw V (2008), Mortimer (2009) and Shark City (2009), Rota has also made guest appearances in such TV series as Forever Knight (1992), Viper (1996), The Sentinel (1996), Highlander: The Raven (1998) and Relic Hunter (1999). Most recently he has also had recurring roles in such series as A Nero Wolfe Mystery, Queer as Folk, Street Time, At the Hotel and SGU: Stargate Universe. He starred as "Brunet" in the TV series Traders (1996), "Morris O'Brian" in 29 episodes of 24, and "Yasir Hamoudi" in 66 episodes of Little Mosque on the Prairie. The son of an internationally acclaimed chef, Rota co-created, directed and hosted The Great Canadian Food Show for five seasons.
Kris Lemche (Greg Hillinger, 1998-2000)

Born in 1978 in Brampton, Ontario, Kris Lemche has appeared in Teen Knight (1998), Johnny (1999), My Little Eye (2002), The Last Casino (2004), A Simple Curve (2005), Final Destination 3 (2006), Jack Rabbit (2006), The FP (2007), The Day the Dead Weren't Dead (2007), Conversation with the Supplicant (2008) and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Undead (2009). In addition, he has starred in TV series such as Flash Forward (1996) and Emily of New Moon (1998). His guest appearances include episodes of Goosebumps, Twitch City, Dragnet (2003) and Criminal Minds (2005). He had recurring guest roles as "Lucas Zank" in five episodes of My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star (2002), "Cute Boy God" in nine episodes of Joan of Arcadia (2003-2004), and "Scott the Ghost" in three episodes of Ghost Whisperer (2007). Lemche won a Gemini Award in 1998 for Best Performance in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series, Emily of New Moon ("Falling Angels"-1998).
Edward Woodward (Mr. Jones, 2001)

Best known to American audiences as Robert McCall in the TV series The Equalizer (1985-89), Woodward was born June 1, 1930 in Croydon, Surrey, England. He enrolled in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts at age 15. His first stage success was the 1954 production of the comedy Where's There A Will, and he starred in the film version that same year. He debuted on Broadway in High Spirits, a musical adaptation of a Noel Coward play. In 1967 he starred in the popular British TV series Callan, which ran until 1973. That year he won wide acclaim for his performance in the cult classic, The Wicker Man. Endowed with a superb voice, Woodward has won two Gold Discs (the British equivalent of Grammies) for his "talking records. Today he is regarded as one of Britain's finest actors, and was recently awarded the Order of the British Empire. Other films include Sitting Target (1972), Young Winston (1972), Breaker Morant (1980), King David (1985), Uncle Tom's Cabin (TV-1987), Codename: Kyril (TV-1988), Hand of a Murderer (TV-1990, as Sherlock Holmes), Mister Johnson (1990), Deadly Advice (1994), The House of Angelo (1997), Marcie's Dowry (1999), The Abduction Club (2002), Hot Fuzz (2007), A Congregation of Ghosts (2009). His series roles include "Jim Kyle" in 1990 (1977-78), "Edwin Thornfield" in six episodes of Nice Work (1980), "Maxwell Beckett" in 11 episodes of Over My Dead Body (1990-91), "The Storyteller" in 39 episodes of In Suspicious Circumstances (1991-96), "Harry Malone" in 13 episodes of CI5: The New Professionals (1999), and "Tommy" in six episodes of East Enders (2009). Woodward won a BAFTA Best Actor award for Callan in 1970, an Emmy for his work in Remembering World War II (1989), a Golden Globe for his performance in The Equalizer (for which he was nominated for an Emmy four consecutive years),  He passed away November 16, 2009.
Stephen Shellen (Marco O'Brien, 2001)

Born June 17, 1957 in Victoria, British Columbia, Shellen was a star hockey player in high school and worked as a lumberjack before being discovered by a talent scout. Moving to Los Angeles, he appeared in numerous films, including Casual Sex (1988), A River Runs Through It (1992) and The Bodyguard (1992). He was in the TV mini-series Hollywood Wives (1985), the TV movie Murder One (which formed the basis for the subsequent series), and was a regular in the series Counterstrike (1990-91). Other films: Modern Girls (1986), American Gothic (1988), Honeymoon (1997), Gone in 60 Seconds (2000). TV guest appearances on The Hitchhiker, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, 21 Jump Street, Law & Order, Due South and The Outer Limits. An artist, his work can be found in galleries in the U.S. and Canada.
Cindy Dolenc (Quinn, 2001)

She has appeared in Eyes Wide Shut (1999) and Love, Lust and Joy (2000). Her stage work includes Mamet Women and The Hairy Ape. Recently, she has garnered roles in Cul de sac (2007), Casino Jack (2010), The Chicago 8 (2010), and Lola (2011).