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Canadian Actor – John Bregar

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Canadian Actor – John Bregar

John Francis Bregar, born on March 1, 1985, in North York, Ontario, Canada, is a Canadian actor best known for portraying gay teen Dylan Michalchuk on “Degrassi: The Next Generation”.


Young, versatile, athletic and eager, Bregar is a hard-working Toronto actor with a promising career in television, film and photography.

Bregar began his acting career at the age of 11, in his elementary school production of “Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.” His professional acting debut was starring in the music video “Father” by Knights of the Realm. He played hockey tough guy Bobby Clarke in the dramatic TV miniseries “CanadaRussia ’72”.


In 2007, Bregar became known to TV audience when he landed the role of Dylan Michalchuk, an openly gay teenager on “Degrassi: The Next Generation”, he embraced the opportunity to play such a different character, showing the depth and versatility of his acting ability.

His other acting credit includes “It’s a Boy Girl Thing” and “Taking a Chance on Love”.


Bregar spends his free time pursuing photography projects and is building on his already impressive portfolio. Visit photography.johnbregar.com.

Pennsylvania Actor – Eric Martsolf

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Pennsylvania Actor – Eric Martsolf

Eric Martsolf, born July 27, 1971 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is an American actor.


Martsolf graduated from Central Dauphin High School, Harrisburg, PA in 1989. He’s always wanted to become an actor. During his high school years, he joined his theatre class and played “Pharoah” in the Osmond National Touring Company of Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, “Danny Zuko” in Grease and “Professor Higgins” in My Fair Lady.

In 2001, Martsolf auditioned to play in the movie The Cheater as Brad and in 2003, he starred in Spanish Fly as Brick Hauser.


Martsolf got his big break when he landed the role Ethan Winthrop on the NBC soap opera Passions.

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Mecixan Actor – West Bentley

Wesley Cook Bentley born September 4, 1978 in Jonesboro, Arkansas to David and Cherie Bentley, two Methodist ministers. Wes joined older brothers Jamey and Philip, and was later joined by younger brother, Patrick. Raised until 10th grade in Mountain Home, Arkansas, Wes was Drum Major at his junior high, and wanted to be a hip-hop artist.


Wes later attended Sylvan Hills High School in Sherwood, Arkansas, where he was in the drama club. He placed second in the state of Arkansas in solo acting in 1996, his senior year of high school, the same year he starred in local production of Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Wes appeared onstage quite a bit in Little Rock. At The Weekend Theater, Wes played the straight son of the gay couple in a production of La Cage aux Folles. At Murray’s Dinner Theatre, Wes’s plays included Oliver. At his mother’s urging, Wes attended Juilliard School in New York after high school graduation. He was there only a short time, but appeared in stage work like Henry IV, Part 1 and The Weavers.


Wes then worked at Blockbuster, and was a waiter at TGI Friday’s on Long Island.