GWYNNE PHILLIPS (Performer, Writer, Producer)
Gwynne Phillips is an actor, comedian, and writer currently residing in Toronto. She attended the University of Toronto where she was coached by such theatre veterans as Ken Gass and Berliner director, Johanna Schall. Gwynne has appeared in several self-produced productions around Toronto under her co-founded Theatre Company, The Pheasant Plucker's Mates. Their third production, Politically Correct Bedtime Stories, was awarded “Patron's Pick” as well as “Best of the Fest” at the 2009 Toronto Fringe Festival.
Select acting credits include: June in An Evening in July (The Templeton Philharmonic); Barbra in Night of the Living Dead Live! (Christopher Bond/Nictophobia Films); Marie in Nutcracker Storytime (The National Ballet of Canada); Various in the Canadian Comedy Award nominated RAPP BATTLEZ; Frudel Henri Faberge’s Heligoland Follies; Emily in Thaiing the Knot (Beacon Theatre Company); Various in Politically Correct Bedtime Stories (The Pheasant Plucker’s Mates); I <3 Future (Il Piccolo Teatro di Milano).
Technical credits include: Set design and stage management (Les Azuriales Opera Festival, France) and sound technician of A Dream Play (UCDP) in Toronto.
Gwynne is currently represented by Glickman Alexander Talent Management in Toronto.
BRIANA TEMPLETON (Performer, Writer, Producer)
Like Phillips, Templeton is a graduate of the University of Toronto. Some of her stage credits include: May in An Evening in July (The Templeton Philharmonic); Sister Felicity in Suddenly Last Summer (The Tennessee Project); Biederman in Fire Raisers (the redlight district); Various in RAPP BATTLEZ; Lady Templeton in Henri Faberge's Heligoland Follies; Ivona in Princess Ivona of Burgundia (the redlight district); Envia in ENVIA! (The New Works Festival); The Strange Girl in I <3 Future (Il Piccolo Teatro di Milano). She also co-produced Politically Correct Bedtime Stories for the 2009 Toronto Fringe Festival (winner of “Patron’s Pick” and “Best of the Fest").
Recently, she co-wrote and starred in the award winning short film Slow Burn (The InsideOut Film Festival). Behind the scenes, she's worked for companies such as Serendipity Point Films, 20th Century Fox Films Canada, and Cineplex Entertainment.
Briana is currently represented by Ambition Talent in Toronto.