DREW SEELEY as Dylan (in talks)

Drew grew up in Toronto where he first fell in love with performing. At age 11, he was cast in Hal Prince's revival of Showboat and stayed with the production for a year. Two years later, he got his first guitar, began writing songs, and hasn't looked back since.

In 2005 Drew started working with established producer Ray Cham and together they wrote "Getcha Head in the Game" for Disney's quadruple platinum "High School Musical" soundtrack. This garnered them an Emmy nomination in the "Best Original Song and Lyrics" category. In addition, Drew co-starred in the North American and Latin American tours of "High School Musical: The Concert" playing in 60,000 seat arenas. Drew's song and video "Dance with Me", from the platinum "Cheetah Girls 2" soundtrack, can be seen on the Disney Channel and he also appeared in Belinda Peregrin's music video "Ni Freud, Ni Tu Mama".

He wrote and performed music for the Disney Channel Original Movie "Jump In!" starring Corbin Bleu, and his spin on America's 'Magic' was released on the "Wizards of Waverly Place" soundtrack. Drew also made a guest appearance on "The Chipmunks" CD "Undeniable", singing Shake Your Groove Thing with Alvin and the gang. He has recently been on a national tour performing original music from his debut album 'The Resolution'

Drew's acting career has included guest starring roles on "One Tree Hill", "Dawson's Creek", "Guiding Light", and Warner Premiere's "Another Cinderella Story" in which he stars as pop star Joey Parker opposite Selena Gomez. Drew also co-wrote and performs 4 songs in the film. One of these songs, New Classic, enjoyed a slot on Radio Disney's Top 10 countdown for 2 months, and the music video has surpassed 3 million views on YouTube.

In 2009, Drew tried his hand at Broadway, taking on the role of Prince Eric in 'The Little Mermaid'. He was part of the show through the end of it's run, and recorded an alternate version of Prince Eric's song 'Her Voice' which was released on the DisneyMania 7 album. The music video for 'Her Voice' can also now be seen on YouTube.

Additionally, Drew starred alongside 30 Rock's Katrina Bowden in the Adam Sandler produced film, "The Shortcut", reunited with HSM alum Lucas Grabeel for the rock musical, 'I Kissed A Vampire', and portrayed the title character in the Hallmark Channel original movie, 'Freshman Father'. The film, which is based on a true story, also includes 'Best at the Time', co-penned by Drew.

Most recently, Drew starred in the TBS series, "Glory Daze", playing an aspiring politician named Jason Wilson.

The Cast

J. LaROSE as Deputy Kinderman (attached)

J. was born in Northern California, raised in Chicago and then moved to Florida before deciding he wanted to act professionally.  After making that fateful decision to get into this business, he took on as much training as possible, performing in local theatre, taking some commercial work, and landing roles in a few independent films and TV shows. J's appearance in "SAW 3" marks his major feature film debut, and although his performance may be described as a bloody mess, he'll take that as a compliment. He was also in the horror success "Insidious 1 & 2", as well as "Now You See Me", "Repo: The Genetic Opera", "Mother's Day", "The Devil's Carnival", "The Barrens", "Missionary", the series "Banshee", and the upcoming film "Dark Places" with Charlize Theron.

JACQUELINE MACINNES WOOD as Alex (in talks)

Canadian-born Jacqueline MacInnes Wood moved to Toronto to pursue acting when she turned 18. There, she enlisted in classes at Ryerson University, Centre for the Arts and The Armstrong Acting Studios. While working in Canada, she did commercial work and appeared in the series "Runaway", "Lovebites" and "M.V.P."

 

In 2008, the actress moved out to Los Angeles. That spring, she landed the role of Steffy on the long-running American sop opera "The Bold and the Beautiful". Meanwhile, she continued to do outside projects, including the Hallmark movie "The Nightmare at the End of the Hall", in which she played a dual role, and the TV movie, "Turn the Beat Around".

 

In October 2010, she landed a starring role in the horror flick, "Final Destination 5". MacInnes Wood took a few months off from B&B so she could film in Vancouver. She soon returned to the soap, where she remained until 2013.

 

She has most recently been seen on the CW show "Arrow" and the Lifetime film "Her Husband's Betrayal".

INDIA EISLEY as Anne (in talks)

The daughter of Argentine actress Olivia Hussey, India Eisley was born in Los Angeles, California.

 

Following her film debut alongside her mother in the 2005 movie "Headspace", India played a major role in the popular ABC Family TV series "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" from 2008 to 2011, as Ashley Juergens, the sister of teen mother Amy Juergens.

 

After auditioning for "Underworld: Awakening", India received several callbacks, but hadn't heard anything definitive back when serendipitously, she ran into Kate Beckinsale and director Len Wiseman at Starbucks. Wiseman approached her, asking if she had auditioned for Underworld. Two weeks later, she was told the role of Eve was hers.

 

India will be starring in the upcoming live-action anime "Kite" with Samuel L. Jackson and reprising her role in the new "Underworld: Next Generation".

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