Dustin Milligan was born in Yellowknife, Canada and cast in the challenging lead role of Nicholas Gray in Primary. He also served as a Producer on the film.
Since relocating to Vancouver and then Los Angeles, Dustin has built a diverse body of work in both film and television, most recently in X Company and Schitt’s Creek, a hilarious turn in Mike Judge's Extract opposite Jason Bateman, Ben Affleck and Kristen Wiig, a starring role in Shark Night 3D, a lead role on The CW's 90210, as well as a starring role in Sequoia, which premiered at the 2014 SxSW Film Festival.
Dustin can also be seen starring in the recent features Demonic, Me Him Her and Bad City, which he also co-wrote.
A busy and extremely diverse actor, often known for playing dark and edgy roles, Michael Eklund was cast as the enigmatic Harry Price in Primary for which he earned a Leo nomination for Best Performance in a Supporting Role.
He has recently starred in Mr. Right, Eaweard, The Call with Halle Berry and Abigail Breslin, Errors Of The Human Body, 3 Days in Havana with Gil Bellows, alongside Dustin Milligan in Ferocious and in The Divide with Rosanna Arquette.
Michael also has an impressive list of supporting roles in feature films, including The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus with Heath Ledger, Johnny Depp and Jude Law, Gunless with Paul Gross and 88 Minutes with Al Pacino.
He has been nominated for Leo awards 12 times, winning 4, including for Lead Performance in Errors of the Human Body. He also picked up a UBCP award for his performance in Eadweard.
Michael is a native of Saskatoon, Canada.
A talented Vancouver native, Katharine jumped into acting at an early age with a role in Cousins, starring Ted Danson and Isabella Rossellini and has been busy ever since. Cast in the off-beat but moral-center-role of Andrea in Primary, Katharine earned a Leo nomination for her performance.
She also recently starred as Mary in the horror hit American Mary and in the independent films How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town, Lawrence & Holloman and Cinemanovels with Jennifer Beals.
Katharine can also be seen in the TV series Hannibal in addition to countless appearances in TV shows such as Psych, Flashpoint and The L Word. Katharine has starred or had supporting roles in a number of other films including Douglas Coupland’s Everything’s Gone Green, Insomnia with Al Pacino and the independent hit Ginger Snaps.
Katharine won a Gemini award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series for her work in The Englishman's Boy (2008).
With a natural magnetism, Andrew Francis plays the role of Nicholas’s best friend/arch-enemy Mitchell, in Primary. This performance earned him a Leo nomination for Best Performance in a Supporting Role.
Andrew was also nominated for a Gemini award in 2011 for his lead role in the film Fakers and has also appeared in such films as The Invisible with Marcia Gay Harden and Justin Chatwin and in Final Destination 3.
Andrew has made countless appearances in TV series and movies including Flashpoint, Supernatural, Psych, The L Word and Smallville. He is also a busy voice actor and has earned a number of nominations for his work in various animated series.
A 30 year veteran of stage and screen, Tom was cast as the heavyweight and ethically dubious Karl Jaspar in Primary.
He has most recently appeared in Fifty Shades of Grey, The Dick Knost Show and in other films such as Shooter with Mark Wahlberg, Douglas Coupland’s Everything’s Gone Green, Snakes on a Plane with Samuel L. Jackson and Renegades with Kiefer Sutherland.
Tom’s long list of TV appearances include two seasons playing Mayor Lesley Adams on The Killing, as well as Minority Report, The Flash, Cedar Cove, Supernatural, Fringe, Highlander: The Series, Sliders, The Commish, The Outer Limits, Stargate SG-1 and Smallville.
Vancouver’s Tracy Waterhouse was cast as the no nonsense yet empathetic lead detective in Primary.
Tracy’s numerous TV credits include Rush, Continuum, Fringe, Shattered, Kevin Hill, Instant Star and Missing.
Tracy's film credits include Against the Ropes with Meg Ryan, Brian DePalma’s Mission to Mars and Elysium starring Matt Damon.
In 2004 Tracy was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best Actress in the crime drama Blue Murder.
Film and stage actor Noel Johansen hails originally from Montreal and was cast as inquisitive and frustrated Detective Marsh in PRIMARY.
Past TV roles include Betsy Brandt’s (Breaking Bad) husband in USA Networks' Fairly Legal, CW’s Arrow and CBS’s Chaos.
Most recently, Noel acted opposite Blake Lively in the soon to be released Harrison Ford feature film, The Age of Adaline, was cast in a principal role in Bloodlines the new spin-off from Supernatural and played an emotional accountant in the feature film remake of Lonesome Dove.
Stage roles of note include “White Hot” an edgy New York play in which Noel playled Bri, a dark and disturbing character who stopped at nothing to find satisfaction.
Merritt Patterson was cast as Sara, the reluctant Boss’s daughter and Nicholas's would be fiancee, in PRIMARY.
Growing up in Whistler, Canada, Merritt won the 2006 “Canadian Herbal Essencesʼ Teen Model Search”, made her debut with a recurring role on ABC's Kyle XY, then went on to appear in numerous other TV series and TV movies such as Supernatural, Disney’s Radio Rebel and a recurring role in ABC’s Ravenswood. Recently she had a starring role in the TV movie The Royals with Elizabeth Hurley.
Merritt was also cast in the feature films Kid Cannabis with Ron Perlman, Wolves with Jason Momoa, Rufus with Kim Coates and The Hole with Bruce Dern.
Vancouver-based Film, Television and Theatre actor Amitai Marmorstein plays scrappy, street-wise Jesse in Primary.
Some of Amitai’s many TV appearances include Wayward Pines, Delete, Backstrom, Psych, Supernatural and Fringe. He also had a starring role in the indie comedy Sunflower Hour, which won several awards including the Independent Camera at the Karlovy Vary Film International Film Festival and Best Ensemble Cast at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
He also appeared in Donovan's Echo, starring Danny Glover and Bruce Greenwood.