We overwhelmingly harbor an innate passion for Canadian thespians and Catherine McNally has the dynamic glow to enthrall audiences. She guest-stars on “Conviction” as the wife of death row inmate Earl (Richard Thomas) who has no interest in helping him. Catherine convincingly captures the scars of her character due to her husband’s infidelity and viewers will love her mean streak. Things aren’t looking good for Hayley Atwell’s Hayes Morrison who has vowed to save Earl from his impending execution. Lauded as a riveting, witty performer, Catherine also possesses the charismatic voice that has its commanding inflection. It’s apt to see her guest-starring as Judge Susan Frey over the course of 2 Season of “Rogue” who at times ruffle the feathers of mid-level DEA agent Harper Deakins (Sarah Carter). Hers is a flawed personality on the show that’s full of black sheeps and Catherine elegantly threads the strife fermenting in her conscience.
The vivacious Catherine has also appeared on some of my favorite shows which include “Murdoch Mysteries, “Reign” and “12 Monkeys”. This festive season, you can also catch her in “Charming Christmas” on the Hallmark Channel playing Cheryl Rossman, the mother of savvy busineswoman Meredith Rossman (Julie Benz). Catherine and Julie make for a great mother-daughter pairing as their chemistry is palpable in its sincerity. An award-winning actress, Catherine has entertained us across film,television,theatre and Broadway garnering praiseworthy reviews. This December don’t miss her as the wise Escalus in “Measure For Measure“. The graceful Catherine is also notable as a well-respected acting coach/instructor. With a string of accolades and achievements, she’s destined for boundless admiration.
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Multi-talented Colombian-born honey Carolina Ravassa is a gorgeous gem on film with a most desirable magnetism. Having burst onto the scene with Dominic Cooper in the acclaimed series “The Affair” and Disney’s Step Up 3D, Caroline is gracing the planet with her myriad of adore-worthy charms. She’s also about to get a whole lotta lovin’ in the gaming world as she’s the voice behind Sombra in the 6-person shooter “Overwatch”.
Stealth and debilitating attacks make Sombra a powerful infiltrator and she should be a favourite among PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers. Carolina is actually at BlizzCon 2016 which is an epic celebration of Blizzard Entertainment’s gaming universe and its community. Carolina has likely endeared herself to the legions of Fanboys at Anaheim, California by now.
Likewise Horror fans will find a rapport with her as she’s starring in “Havana Darkness”, a gripping horror film shot in Cuba. It’s about a legendary manuscript penned by Ernest Hemingway and Carolina plays Karen who together with her friends travel to Havana, Cuba to investigate its origins. They soon bite off more than they can chew after being trapped inside the decrepit building. Facing booby-traps and nefarious individuals with murderous intentions, can they stay alive? If you’re an avid horror fan, this should be chalked up as a must-watch movie in 2016. Carolina fascinatingly delves into some very gritty moments in “Havana Darkness” seeing how her character is thrown to the wolves or in this case the evil that people do. With numerous projects in the pipeline, the enticing Carolina is more than equipped to be a sensation!
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