Allison Graham was born and raised near Perth, a small town located 70 kilometers west of Ottawa, Canada. After graduating from high school, she studied psychology and drama at Queens University (Kingston, Canada). She then auditioned for, and was accepted to, The American Academy Of Dramatic Arts (Los Angeles, California), where she spent two years studying theatre. In May of 2000, Allison secured her first TV role and has been acting ever since. Most recently, Allison appeared, as the supporting lead, in a feature film starring Bruce Dern. Writing endeavours that bring her the most pride are, Caterpillar Soup (Children's Story, 2003), The Whistler Blower (Short Story, 2004), Scarlet Grace (Screenplay, 2004), and A Body Of Contention (Short Film, 2005).


Norm Berketa was born in Toronto, Canada and moved to Ottawa in 1969. Having always been interested in the entertainment industry, he started-out playing drums and guitar in various bands. Eventually, Norm began his solo music endeavour by building a digital studio. In August of 1998, Norm secured his first TV role and has since performed on the big screen with noted actors such as Morgan Freeman, Ben Afleck, Edward Norton and Neve Campbell. Writing highlights include scripts for live stage performances and corporate events; scripts for commercials and variety shows that were broadcast on radio; a bi-monthly humour column published in Ottawa Life Magazine; a short story also published in Ottawa Life Magazine. Norm has also written and produced the short films, “BLAST”, “Puppet” and “Good for the Soul”, as well as writing and performing the music score for all three.

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