Kelten Jensen is a film and television actor currently studying at Vancouver Film School. He grew up in Lethbridge, and was often involved with the local theatre scene there. His credits include Harvest (New West Theatre) and The Boy’s Own Jedi Handbook (Chinook High) which he co-directed. Kelten also starred in and produced the stage production Hippies and Bolsheviks, with Bad Wolf Productions. The company he co-founded with his best friend. The Hitch-Hiker is his third film. His other film credits include Thousand Yard Stare, which is currently in post production. When not acting, Kelten can be found in a blanket fort crying over the modern day epic, The Notebook.
Adam L. Munro
The darling of a smattering of independent films in Alberta, Adam Munro has worked both in front of and behind the camera for a number of years, collaborating on projects, writing scripts, and supporting indie filmmaking across the province. Having recently become a new father, he hopes to share his talents and emotive eyebrows with a new generation of enthusiastic actors in the not-so-distant future.
Built in Ukraine, tested in Mexico, modified in USA and operating in Canada. Gin is a social worker by occupation, actor / writer by passion. He enjoys winter, eating, and spending time with family and friends. His five year plan is to participate in as many quality short and feature films as possible in order to become a professional actor.
Garrett is an upcoming actor from Southern Alberta, finishing a degree in Drama and History at the University. With several films and stage works under his belt, Garrett plans to pursue his passion in bigger cities soon. When not performing or working on various productions, he spends his time freerunning, travelling as much as possible and training to be a ninja.
Although she has been in front of the camera before, this was Claire's first time working on a film set. Not only did she play her part, but she was able to spend some time learning what happens behind the scenes.