THE CAST AND THE CREW
PRODUCER & DIRECTOR
Megan Laursen is a RTA student and an aspiring director who expresses herself through an array of passion projects. From directing two shows for the Sears Ontario Drama Festival to speaking on panels, acting on stage, collaborating on interactive installations, dabbling in graphic design, soundscapes and writing, she has a passion for storytelling. She hopes her zombie transformation hasn’t traumatized you.
PRODUCER & DIRECTOR
Co-directing with Megan, Caine Chow has produced and directed many short films, after graduating from Ryerson University in the Technical Theatre program, he founded Azure Production Inc. These clients include CBC Canada, Rogers Media & LEGO. He hopes to finance future film projects by acquiring real estate and generating the funds through renovated units.
PRODUCER & EXECUTIVE STORY EDITOR
Brandon Laraby is a Toronto-based, Canadian writer who loves all things Horror and Sci-Fi. He just wrapped his second novel and is currently leading the charge in the Forgotten Corpses Season 1 writing room.
Lindsay Ogus is a Toronto-based actress and producer. She has appeared in 4 short films and is currently producing a short film on Islamophobia, a promotional campaign for the EP release of prominent Iranian rap artist, and a web series. Lindsay founded the actor’s group, Actor’s Playground, and runs an Instagram platform promoting Canadian film and TV @torontoscreen.
Candice Wong is a jack of all trades writer who enjoys everything from short-fiction, to script writing to academic essays. She has also had experience creating a compelling narrative on stage for the Sears Ontario Drama Festival. She has been published thrice thus far and currently works alongside the lead writer of Forgotten Corpses to build character dynamics, plot points and overarching themes.
Whitney Kitchur is a game quality assurance tester by day and a writer by night. She is originally from Winnipeg but moved to Toronto in 2013 to attend the University of Toronto. Since then, she has published articles on various websites and a short story. Between her day job and writing for this web series, she hopes to get her novel series written and published for next year.
Michael Lake is an actor, writer, and producer. His film “Health Class” has played in numerous festivals across North America and Europe. He plays the titular role in “David Robson“, now available online. Other credits include “Darts”, “Days of Violence”, “The Stock Boy“, and “Black Donnellys“, as well as the television projects “Larry, the Vampire“, “UnFriends”, and “Beck and Call“.
Jessica Peng is a first year game design student at Sheridan College. She likes reading, writing, drawing, playing video games, and napping. She’s probably sitting down right now.
Lee Lawson is a Toronto based actress, writer and lover of classic film. A graduate of George Brown’s IPAC program, she has also studied extensively at Toronto’s top acting studios, including; Armstrong Acting Studio, Pro-Actor’s Lab and Improv Your Acting. She can be seen next in György Pálfi’s forth coming feature His Master’s Voice and L.A. Series Redwind Point.
Greg Willmot is an actor and writer from Toronto, Canada. He spent most of his life acting in theatre and has lately been making the transition to film. He is thrilled to be working with such a great team in the upcoming web series.
Alexandru is currently a student in the Media Production program at Ryerson University. Throughout the last several years, Alexandru has been producing and shooting his own content, as well as collaborating with other production companies such as Bell Media. Alexandru enjoys working any position in the camera department.
In the fall of 2016, Justin travelled from Asia to Canada as an international student to study Media Production at Ryerson University. Justin specializes in drone operation and is excited to continue to use his passion for videography and flying to create amazing images.