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Milner, Ali

  • CA-BC-MA003
  • Persoon
  • b. c. 1991

Ali Willa Milner is a Whistler-raised musician and actress currently based out of Toronto. She was a guest soloist for the Whistler Singers' 2003 debut album, "Ascend," and started singing professionally at age 15 as a lounge singer at the Four Seasons Whistler. In 2011 she competed on the CBC program Cover Me Canada, reaching the final three. Milner released two jazz albums while living in Whistler. She switched genres in late 2014, partnering with Ryan Guldemond of Mother, Mother to form an electro-pop duo called Willa, after her middle name. Willa has performed in Whistler at the World Ski and Snowboard Festival and for the Garibaldi Lift Company. In 2017 Milner was named one of Canada's 17 Artists to Watch Out For by Buzzfeed Canada and Spotify. She is also an actress who has appeared in film and television.

McMorran, Alex

  • CA-BC-MA001
  • Persoon
  • fl. 2009-present

Alex McMorran is an actor, director and musician. Originally from Vancouver, he currently lives and works in the UK. He is an alumni of the University of British Columbia and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. He directed "Problem Child" in the inaugural season of Whistler's Blank Slate Theatre Festival and performed in "SNOW - Whistler: The Musical." Further acting credits include The Wedding Singer, Sweeney Todd, Amadeus, Richard III, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Titanic: A New Musical, Antony & Cleopatra, Pericles: Prince of Tyre, The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, A Christmas Carol, The Taming of the Shrew, Miracle on 34th Street, and Lonely Planet.

Ginader, Marlene

  • CA-MB-GM001
  • Persoon
  • fl. 2000s-

Marlene Ginader is a stage, film, and TV actress and musician originally from Brandon, MB. She was part of the cast of "SNOW - Whistler: The Musical" in 2009. A graduate of Studio 58, her acting credits include The Vertical Hour (UP), Around the World in 80 Days, Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, Once, FBI, and the Marvel Netflix series The Punisher. Ginader currently resides in New York.

Crittenden, Jeremy

  • CA-AB-CJ001
  • Persoon
  • b. May 25, 1982

Jeremy Crittenden is an actor originally from Medicine Hat, Alberta. He moved to Vancouver and later Toronto in order to pursue his acting career. His stage credits include SNOW - Whistler: The Musical, Altar Boyz, Cabaret, The Secret Garden, The World Goes Round, and Avenue Q. He has also appeared in films and TV shows such as Stan Helsing, Star Trek: Discovery, Murdoch Mysteries, and Taken.

Bush, Michelle

  • CA-BC-BM029
  • Persoon
  • fl. 1987-2018

Michelle Bush is a longtime figure in the Whistler arts scene, having worked as a stand-up comedian, actress, writer, columnist, filmmaker, producer, retailer, playwright, performance artist, chef, decorator, event organizer, impresario, bartender, village host, and food van driver. She is also known for founding the Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment (AWARE) in 1988.

Her performances include "By The Time Cupid Got To Whistler He Was Drunk," "Scrooge Was Right!" and "Maxine and Blair's High School Reunion."

Ferris, Samantha Jane

  • CA-BC-FSJ001
  • Persoon
  • November 2, 1968 -

Samantha Jane Ferris is a Canadian actress, radio announcer, and television reporter. She is the daughter of Toni Sailer Summer Ski Camp and Garibaldi Ski School founders Roy and Jane Ferris. She attended the camp as a child in 1980 (and likely other years) along with her brother, Tim. Samantha first began a career as a radio announcer, and then as a television reporter for the Bellingham, Washington station KVOS-TV 12 and Vancouver's BCTV in the mid-1990s, where she went by the name Janie Ferris. She became an actress after the death of her father. She has appeared on Beggars and Choosers, The 4400, Supernatural, The Evidence, Battlestar Galactica, Salvation, Somewhere Between, Gintama, Mistresses, Stargate, The L Word, the Gourmet Detective, Shattered, The Tall Man, R. L. Stine's The Haunting Hour and various other TV shows and films.

Stoddard, Grant

  • CA-BC-SG001
  • Persoon
  • fl. 2009-2010

Grant Stoddard is a stage actor, playwright and songwriter who co-wrote and co-composed the music for "SNOW - Whistler: The Musical."

Anthony, Leslie

  • CA-BC-AL003
  • Persoon
  • fl. 1983-present

Leslie Anthony is a Whistler-based author, editor, poet, director, zoology professor, outdoor adventurer, and performer in stage musicals and documentaries. He has written for numerous magazines (Outside, Explore, Mountain Life Annual, Canadian Geographic, Ski Trax, Ski Canada, Equinox, sbsSKIER, PIQUE Newsmagazine, WB Magazine, The Tyee) on subjects including travel, sports, popular science, and the environment. He is/has been the Senior Contributor of Powder Magazine, Editorial Director of Mountain Life Annual, and Creative Director of SKIER Magazine. In addition, he has been the writer, editor, and photographer for his own company, Leslie Anthony Creative, since 1999. His credentials include a Master of Zoology from the University of Guelph and a PhD in Evolutionary Biology from the University of Toronto.

Books written by Anthony include "Snakebit: Confessions of a Herpetologist," "The Aliens Among Us," and "White Planet: A Mad Dash through Global Ski Culture." He also co-wrote and co-composed the music for "SNOW - Whistler: The Musical."

Thomson, Todd

  • CA-BC-TT001
  • Persoon
  • b. June 5, 1968

Todd Thomson is a Canadian actor. Born in London, Ontario, he moved to Vancouver in 1994 and started taking acting classes, getting his first role in 2000. He was part of the cast of "SNOW - Whistler: The Musical," and has appeared in TV shows such as Stargate, Supernatural, Smallville, Once Upon a Time, Bates Motel, iZombie, Arrow, Timeless, and Supergirl. He is married to fellow "SNOW" cast member Meghan Gardiner.

Roberts, Gordon

  • CA-BC-RG001
  • Persoon
  • fl. [1967]-present

Gordon Roberts is a Vancouver actor, singer, dancer, accompanist, director and musician with over 50 years of experience in Canada and the U.S. He performed on Blackcomb Mountain in the Whistler Summer Theatre circa 1995 (appearing in The Three Bears and Little Shop of Horrors) and again in SNOW - Whistler: The Musical around 2009. His other acting credits include Fiddler on the Roof, King Arthur’s Kitchen, Honk!, Evita, The Rocky Horror Show, The Music Man, Oklahoma, My Fair lady, and Little Women.