Lew Temple is a versatile film and television actor, perhaps best known for his roles as Axel on AMC’s hit television show The Walking Dead, as Locus Fender in the action film Domino starring Keira Knightley, and for his projects with director Rob Zombie—Adam Banjo in The Devils Rejects and Noel Kluggs in Halloween.
Lew is an avid baseball player who snagged roles as a minor league bullpen catcher for the Seattle Mariners and Houston Astros after leaving university. In 1986, he was the scout for the New York Mets, and would later go on to serve as Assistant Director of Minor League Operations and Scouting for the Astros until 1993.
He portrayed Sheriff Winston in the prequel to the remake of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and a paramedic in the crime thriller Déjà Vu starring Denzel Washington in 2006. A year later he appeared as Cal, the diner manager in the comedy-drama Waitress starring Keri Russell, as well as appearing in an episode of CSI: Miami as Billy Chadwick, a local loner in a grizzly bear murder case.
In 2008, Temple played Marv in Trailer Park of Terror, and Pete in the thriller/horror film House. In 2010, he appeared in an episode of NCIS: Los Angeles as Mr. Loobertz and had a supporting role in the thriller Unstoppable. Over the next couple years Temple would appear in Criminal Minds, Saving Lincoln, and Hawaii Five-O, as well as lending his voice talents to Rango as the character of Mr. Furgu
Scout Taylor-Compton began her acting career with a featured role in the A.F.I. film A.W.O.L starring David Morse. She went on to appear in many independent films, student films, and music videos before appearing in the leading role in MGM’s Sleepover. Since then Scout has appeared in many more films including 13 Going on 30, Halloween and Halloween II, Get the Girl, Ghost House, and The Runaways.
On the small screen, Scout built a long list of credits after her first series pilot role in the Lifetime legal drama Class Actions, recurring roles on Unfabulous, The Guardian, Charmed, and Gilmore Girls, ER , Ally McBeal, That’s So Raven and several stints on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Among many other titles, she has appeared in the crime dramas CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and NCIS: Los Angeles, Without a Trace, Bones, Breakout Kings, Grey’s Anatomy and more recurring roles in Nashville and Rosewood.
In 2004 Scout was nominated for a Young Artist Award for her work on Gilmore Girls, and in 2005 for her lead role in Sleepover and recurring role on CBS’s The Guardian. Her voice-over credits include a looping for Disney’s Sky High starring Kurt Russell and Kelly Preston. Other voice over credits include the films The Core starring Hilary Swank, I Am Sam starring Sean Penn, and The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement. On stage she has played the title roles in the musicals Annie and the drama Anne Frank.
Scout lives in Los Angeles, CA and has completed work on several new film projects including Penance Lane, The Getaway Girls and most recently Starlight. She continues to train in acting, dance, and voice, enjoys writing songs, playing drums and surfing. She also enjoys participating in charity projects for disabled and disadvantaged children as a member of Kids With a Cause.
Mastroianni was born in Toronto, Ontario. At 13, he tried out for the Degrassi series, and was subsequently cast as Joey Jeremiah. In 1988, Mastroianni won a Gemini Award for Best Continuing Actor in a Leading Role.
After Degrassi High ended in 1992. Degrassi: The Next Generation began in 2001, where Mastroianni reprised his role as Joey for five seasons. Pat currently manages the Degrassi Tour which you can follow on Facebook. He also is a talent coordinator for celebrity appearances for The Characters Talent Agency.
A member of the classic Degrassi cast, audiences all over the world watched Stacie grow up on TV. Her award-winning-run as Caitlin Ryan earned her three Gemini nominations and the win for Best Performance by a Lead Actress in a Continuing Dramatic Role in 1990. She continued her popular role of Caitlin in, Degrassi: The Next Generation engaging a whole new audience.
Stacie’s acting/hosting career spans 30 years and includes an extensive list of film, TV and theatre. In more recent years, she travelled cross-country sharing her love of 80’s music as DJ Mistylicious with InBetween Days. Currently, she is a full-time mom to two toddlers.
Stefan Brogren is an actor and producer, known for Degrassi High (1987), Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001) and Degrassi: Next Class (2016). He attended Earl Haig Secondary School in Toronto, Ontario
Won a Gemini in 2010 for best direction for a youth program.
In School's Out! (1992), he was the first person to use the "F bomb" on Canadian prime time television.
He has played the same character (Archie Simpson) in three different series: Degrassi High (1987), Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001) and Degrassi: Next Class (2016).
J. Torres is an award-winning writer best known for his work on the Teen Titans Go comic book. He has also written for Archie, Avatar: The Last Airdbender, Batman, Degrassi: Extra Credit, Rick & Morty Presents, The Simpsons, and Wonder Woman to name a few. His creator-owned titles include Alison Dare, Bigfoot Boy, BroBots, How to Spot a Sasquatch, Lola: A Ghost Story, and The Mighty Zodiac.
Other comic book credits include Black Panther, Copybook Tales, Creepy, Days Like This, Do-Gooders, Eerie, Jason and the Argobots, Jinx, Josie and the Pussycats, Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century, Love as a Foreign Language, Monster Fighters Inc., Ninja Scroll, Power Lunch, Scandalous, Sidekicks, Siren, True Patriot, Wonder Girl, X-Men: Ronin, X-Men Unlimited, Yo Gabba Gabba, and more!
Jack Briglio has been writing comics for over 20 years. He is the editor (and contributor) of the speculative fiction alternate realities anthology Flip from Markosia Publishing and also the writer of the Eisner-nominated fantasy adventure series Growing Up Enchanted, Scooby-Doo and Legion of Superheroes in the 31st Century for DC Comics, crime fantasy serial Take 2 at digital anthology magazine Aces Weekly, and Dominion Jack, a serial in Shuster-nominated Canadian superhero anthology series True Patriot Presents at Chapterhouse Publishing. He has also worked for IDW, Sesame Street, Disney, and Archie Comics.