Originally Aired: 05/15/20 – We review Capone. We talk with actor Paul Amos of Homecon and also with actor Natalie Sharp of The Flash.
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We talk with actor Paul Amos. Paul is best known for his work on Lost Girl and the Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate video game. He’ll be on to talk about the upcoming Homecon: Second Edition. It’s a virtual convention that takes place online, offering panels on Twitch and one-on-one zoom chats with some of your favourite actors! The Second Edition of Homecon happened May 16th and 17th. Paul Amos is an actor from Wales, UK. On arriving in Canada Paul spent a couple of years with the Stratford Festival Of Canada. Since then he has developed an impressive resume of TV credits. He’s worked on several projects including Combat Hospital, Warehouse 13, Degrassi goes to Hollywood, Mudpit, She’s the Mayor, Casualty, and the animated web series adaptation of Captain Canuck. Paul is best known for his recurring characters Dr.Roberts in Murdoch Mysteries and Vex in the Showcase/Syfy hit Lost Girl. Also, released in October 2015 Paul plays the lead role of Jacob Frye in Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate. For more on Homecon: Second Edition, check out their website and follow them on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Our review of Capone
We also talk with actor Natalie Sharp. Natalie recently appeared in two episodes of The Flash as Sunshine, a brand new character created for the television series. Natalie Sharp is a Canadian actress, singer and songwriter from Vancouver BC. TV credits include Loudermilk, You Me Her, Motive and Supernatural. Other screen credits include several collaborations with her brother, director Alexander Sharp; playing lead and principal roles in his films, including Impasto, which was nominated at the Playhouse West Film Festival in Los Angeles. Online, Natalie co-wrote and stars as “Stretch”, alongside Michelle Creber’s “Speedy” in their YouTube variety series, Speedy & Stretch. She also appears in several music videos including Note to God and Spies in the Night.
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Technical Production – Gary LaBarr, Recorded at the Reality Radio 101 Studio
Hosts/Producers – Andrew Young & James Green
Opening Music “Eterna Teen” by Mark
“Mona Lisa” by Kawehi
“Lost Girl Theme” by Emilie Mover
“Jokes Jokes Jokes” by Paul Amos
“Nightmare” by Artie Shaw
“Al Capone” by Current Swell
“The Flash Theme (Styzmask Remix)” by Blake Neely
Closing Music “Kelly’s Heroes” by Black Grape