You’ve been in three successful TV series, which is really rare when it comes to Canadian television.How old were you when you first started working in television?But there were so many of us that met on that show and went on to work in the industry.Jake Epstein, who is a really good friend of mine, we didn’t even cross paths on but he was on that show as well.So what's the cast been up to these last six years? Sam: You’re not even twenty five years old yet and you have a really impressive body of work behind you. The show was a hit among kids and teens and had one of the catchiest theme songs of the decade.
It was kind of a dream job, because it was like camp in the summer and we got to sing and dance. I would call it “inspired” by Barney, with a rhino as the lead.
Paula Brancati: I was nine when I first started working professionally, so I was pretty young.
I was working, but it was pretty gradual, so I was still in school and it always felt like something that happened at a good pace for me, at least for someone who started as a kid. Paula: My first project was a kid’s show called , which was similar to Barney.
I also did piano, vocal and dance and they sort of just let me gravitate towards whatever I was passionate about. I also did piano, vocal and dance and they sort of just let me gravitate towards whatever I was passionate about. I just naturally liked the arts, and we always sat around watching tons of music, and there was tons of music playing about the house.
I met the director of Moon Point, Sean Cisterna, on that show. It’s just kind of funny how this industry is quite small. Sam: What attracted you to acting in the first place? ” My parents tried to give me many options when I was a kid. But my parents tried to give me many options when I was a kid.
I was in gymnastics and they put me in baseball for a second, but I quickly learned that I wasn’t very athletic. I was in gymnastics and they put me in baseball for a second, but I quickly learned that I wasn’t very athletic.