My first guest could be described as a “where do I know him from?” type of actor. He has had bit parts in both X-Men: First Class and Guardians of the Galaxy and has also appeared in such films as Biker Boyz, the indie Canadian darlings Childstar and Sugar, for which he recieved a Genie nomination for best actor in a supporting role, remake Silent Night and the cult classic Final Destination. On television, he starred as a series regular on both Roswell, which garnered him back-to-back gemini nominations as well as a Saturn award nomination, and The Night Shift had recurring parts in CSI: Miami and Bones. He has guested on numerous others including Breaker High, The New Addams Family, Nikita, Longmire, Better Call Saul, and canadian favourite Wynonna Earp. His latest film is Daughter of the Wolf in which he stars opposite Gina Carano and Richard Dreyfuss. He is Brendan Fehr and I spoke with him last week.
The was my conversation with actor Brendan Fehr. His newest film Daughter of the Wolf is out now.
My next guest is a Toronto-based writer, dancer, educator and book binder. She is a collaborator on the dance piece Kismet: Opposing Destiny with choreographer Sashar Zarif, in which she wrote poems based on the dance’s movements. The work is being presented as part of this year’s Dance: made in Canada/fait au canada Festival from August 14-18. Her main focus has been fiction writing and she is currently putting the finishing touches on a novel about aviator Amelia Earhart called Letters to Amelia. She is the founder of the Love Lettering Project and has published two picture books based on the project set for publication. She is Lindsay Zier-Vogel and I spoke with her earlier this week.
That was my conversation with Lindsay Zier-Vogel. Dance: made in Canada runs from August 14-18. That’s the show for today. Thanks for tuning in, by for now.