About Hannah Anderson
Hannah has been acting professionally since graduating from a 3-year theatre conservatory program at George Brown College. Born and bred in the prairies, she now proudly calls Toronto home.
Film/TV credits include: LA Complex (Epitome Pictures), Saving Hope (Thump Inc/E1), Nikita (CW/Warner Bros.), Republic of Doyle (CBC), Lizzie Borden Took an Axe (Sony/Lifetime), Played (Muse Entertainment), Remedy (Global), Reign (CW), Lost Girl (Showcase, SyFy), Killjoys (Temple St. Prod.), Love of My Life (Paragraph Pictures Inc.), Shoot The Messenger (CBC), Gangland Undercover (Cineflix), Girls Night Out (Incendo), and a number of Indie short films.
Hannah is also a writer, producer, and director and will be directing her second short film, Open All Night, this summer with actor/writer/director Abigail Winter. Her first short film, Come Back, in memory of Kent Nolan, is set for a 2016/17 festival release.
About Sydney Van Delft
Sydney van Delft is a Canadian actress and producer from Toronto, Ontario and sat on the WIFT-T Selection Committee for our 2017 Annual Showcase. She is a former Canadian champion rhythmic gymnast and was formally trained in dance at the National Ballet School of Canada. Sydney performed with the National Ballet of Canada in James Kudelka's The Nutcracker, Pastoral, and The Contract before going on to pursue musical theatre and acting. Sydney graduated from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario and is a former designated CA.