Male Leads Added to the BITTEN Pack as Production Begins in Toronto on New Original Series for Space

Male Leads Added to the BITTEN Pack as Production Begins in Toronto on New 
Original Series for Space 
− Greg Bryk (A History Of Violence), Greyston Holt (ALCATRAZ), and Paul 
Greene (THE CLIENT LIST) join previously announced lead Laura Vandervoort 
(SMALLVILLE) in principal cast -
- From No Equal Entertainment, Hoodwink Entertainment, and Entertainment One, 
BITTEN is set to premiere in early 2014 on Space - 
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TORONTO, April 9, 2013 /CNW/ - Space announced today that production has begun 
on its buzzed-about new Original Drama series BITTEN. Featuring three new male 
leads, the Canadian scripted series will shoot in studio and on location in 
Toronto, Hamilton, and in the Hespeler area in Cambridge, ON until late 
summer. Based on the critically acclaimed Women of the Otherworld novels by 
Canadian author Kelley Armstrong, the emotionally charged thriller stars 
previously announced Laura Vandervoort (SMALLVILLE, Ted) as Elena Michaels, 
the world's only female werewolf. Additional principal casting for the series 
announced today includes Winnipeg's Greg Bryk (A History Of Violence, ROOKIE 
BLUE) as Pack Alpha Jeremy Danvers, and Alberta natives Greyston Holt 
(ALCATRAZ, Durham County) as Clayton Danvers and Paul Greene (THE CLIENT LIST, 
WICKED WICKED GAMES) as Philip McAdams. The 13-episode, one-hour series is set 
to premiere in early 2014 on Space, and is produced by No Equal Entertainment, 
Hoodwink Entertainment, and Entertainment One (eOne) in association with Bell 
Media. 
A foster child, Elena (Vandervoort) had always craved a "normal" life and 
thought she finally found it with her boyfriend Clayton Danvers (Holt). But 
the secret life he kept from her ended up changing her forever. With one small 
bite, Elena was forced to survive life with the Pack as a werewolf. Still 
craving the normal life she lost, Elena finds refuge in Toronto working as a 
photographer and dating a new man. Hiding her werewolf existence from her 
ad-exec boyfriend Phillip McAdams (Greene), Elena is pulled back into her 
former life when bodies turn up in the backwoods of Stonehaven, the rural 
mansion that has served as a werewolf sanctuary for generations. Caught 
between two worlds and two loves, Elena returns to Stonehaven out of duty, 
turning to Clay's foster-father and leader of the Pack Jeremy Danvers (Bryk) 
for support. But once back in the fold, Elena realizes that when push comes to 
shove, like any true alpha female, she'll stop at nothing to defend her family. 
Also joining the BITTEN cast are Paulino Nunes (THE FIRM, CRA$H & BURN) and 
Steve Lund (HAVEN, ALPHAS) as werewolf father and son Antonio and Nick 
Sorrentino; Natalie Brown (BEING HUMAN, HAPPY TOWN) as Diane, Philip's sister 
and Elena's best friend in Toronto; Michael Xavier (THE BEST YEARS, NIKITA) as 
werewolf Logan; Genelle Williams (WAREHOUSE 13, THE LISTENER) as Logan's 
girlfriend Rachel; and Joel Keller (MEN WITH BROOMS, DURHAM COUNTY) as 
werewolf Peter. 
"We're so excited to see the rich world that Kelley Armstrong has created in 
her novels begin to take shape and come to life as we start production on this 
new series with an amazing cast," said Corrie Coe, Senior Vice-President, 
Independent Production, Bell Media. "With Greyston and Paul joining Laura, the 
love triangle at the heart of the series is complete, and Greg is the perfect 
Pack leader." 
"After months of searching in Toronto, Vancouver, and Los Angeles, we couldn't 
be more excited about casting Greyston Holt to play Clayton, Paul Greene in 
the role of Philip, and Greg Bryk as Pack Alpha, Jeremy Danvers," said J.B. 
Sugar, Executive Producer, No Equal Entertainment. "We are truly excited to 
begin production and I can't think of a more appealing and talented ensemble 
cast of actors to populate the world of our show." 
About Greg Bryk ("Jeremy Danvers") Greg Bryk was first introduced to audiences 
as Alexander 'The Juggernaut' Yount in the comedy Men With Brooms, and then 
starred as Weston Fields for four seasons on the critically-acclaimed series 
REGENESIS. Bryk has appeared in major TV mini-series and movies of the week 
including THE GATHERING, THE ROBBER BRIDE, RED: THE WEREWOLF HUNTER, MISTLETOE 
OVER MANHATTAN, and XIII: THE CONSPIRACY. Bryk has also appeared in numerous 
feature films including David Cronenberg's A History Of Violence, Shoot' Em 
Up, Weirdsville, The Incredible Hulk, Saw V, Saw 3D, Red, You Might As Well 
Live, Stephen King thriller Dolan's Cadillac, and Act Of Dishonor. Bryk also 
played a major role in Tarsem Singh's Greek mythology epic Immortals, and had 
an award-winning appearance in Clement Virgo's gritty drama Poor Boy's Game. 
A Gemini Award-nominee for his work in the television movie Deadliest Sea, 
Bryk has enjoyed regular roles on CRA$H & BURN, and AARON STONE, and reprised 
his popular character, Col. Amos, in XIII: THE SERIES. Most recently, Bryk has 
been featured in guest starring roles on ROOKIE BLUE, TRANSPORTER: THE SERIES, 
COVERT AFFAIRS, COMBAT HOSPITAL, AGAINST THE WALL, LOST GIRL, CRACKED, and 
NIKITA, and also starred in the TV movie THE PHANTOMS. 
About Greyston Holt ("Clayton Danvers")
Starring as Elena's werewolf ex-boyfriend Clayton Danvers, Calgary-born Holt 
moved to Vancouver with his family at age two, eventually residing on Salt 
Spring Island. During his high school years, Holt took up guitar, formed a 
band, and performed at various venues in Vancouver and Vancouver Island. 
After moving to Vancouver to enrol full-time in acting classes, he was cast in 
the award-winning Steven Spielberg mini-series Into the West. After that came 
a lead role in the TV feature Just a Girl, based on the true story of Gwen 
Araujo, a transgendered boy who was beaten to death for daring to be 
different. In August 2006, shortly after Just a Girl aired, Holt was tapped 
for a role on Durham County and shot six episodes that fall. From there, he 
had a guest-starring role on Smallville, was cast as Jordan in the pilot for 
Sabbatical, had a supporting lead role on the feature film Lost Boys 2, and 
booked his first lead role in Slap Shot: The Junior League. Holt reprised his 
role on the award-winning DURHAM COUNTY for Season 2, and has since appeared 
in numerous series including Fringe, Alcatraz, and Flashpoint, among others. 
About Paul Greene ("Phillip McAdams")
Starring as Elena's live-in boyfriend Phillip McAdams, Greene was born and 
raised in the small town of Wetaskiwin, Alberta, and began acting at the age 
of 16 before moving to the U.S. to further his acting career. After his move, 
Greene landed a lead role on the series WICKED WICKED GAMES opposite Tatum 
O'Neill. Soon after, several guest-starring roles followed including David E. 
Kelley's series THE WEDDING BELLS and a recurring role on Kelley's next hit 
series HARRY'S LAW, starring Academy Award(®)-winner Kathy Bates. Greene also 
booked a coveted recurring role playing Maura Tierney's love interest on the 
pilot THE WHOLE TRUTH, which ultimately got picked up to series. Other notable 
guest spots include NCIS, Emmy(®)-nominated series SHARK, MY OWN WORST ENEMY, 
and EASTWICK. 
Greene went back to his Canadian roots when he accepted the male lead opposite 
Deanna Russo and Lauren Holly in the movie-of-the-week DO NO HARM. Most 
recently, Greene can be seen recurring opposite Jennifer Love Hewitt in THE 
CLIENT LIST, and has an upcoming role playing Olivia Munn's ex-boyfriend in 
Aaron Sorkin's hit series THE NEWSROOM. In addition to television, Greene can 
be seen in the role of Ron in Sophia Coppola's Somewhere. 
Greene has also appeared in a number of television ad spots, and he has graced 
the cover of Men's Health Magazine three times. An accomplished pilot, 
musician, and photographer, he currently lives in Los Angeles with his son, 
Oliver. 
BITTEN is based on the critically-acclaimed series of novels by Kelley 
Armstrong, and is executive produced by J.B. Sugar (THE COLLECTOR, JPOD) for 
No Equal Entertainment, John Barbisan and Patrick Banister (WHISTLER) for 
Hoodwink Entertainment, and John Morayniss and Margaret O'Brien for eOne. 
Daegan Fryklind and Grant Rosenberg are Executive Producers and 
Co-Showrunners. eOne is distributing the series internationally. 
BITTEN is produced by No Equal Entertainment, Hoodwink Entertainment, and eOne 
in association with Space and Bell Media, with the participation of Rogers 
Cable Network Fund and Cogeco Production Program and the Canadian Film or 
Video Production Tax Credit. Rebecca DiPasquale and Tom Hastings are 
Production Executives, Drama, Bell Media. Trish Williams is Director of Drama, 
Independent Production, Bell Media. Corrie Coe is Senior Vice-President, 
Independent Production, Bell Media. Catherine MacLeod is Vice-President, 
Specialty Channels, Bell Media. Rick Brace is President, Specialty Channels 
and CTV Production. Phil King is President, CTV Programming and Sports. 
Social Media Links: Space on Facebook Space on Twitter Space on Instagram 
Laura Vandervoort on Twitter Greyston Holt on Twitter Paul Greene on Twitter 
About Entertainment One
The company's comprehensive network extends around the globe including Canada, 
the US, the UK, Ireland, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Benelux, France, 
Germany, Scandinavia, South Africa and South Korea. Through established 
Entertainment and Distribution divisions, the company provides extensive 
expertise in film distribution, television and music production, family 
programming and merchandising and licensing. Its current rights library is 
exploited across all media formats and includes more than 35,000 film and 
television titles, 2,700 hours of television programming and 45,000 music 
tracks. http://www.entertainmentonegroup.com/ 
About Bell Media Independent Production
BellMedia has commissioned and co-produced some of Canada's most-watched and 
most-acclaimed original programming, while working with the best Canadian 
independent producers in the country. Hit CTV series include ratings success 
stories MOTIVE, SAVING HOPE, and THE LISTENER, and the recently concluded game 
changer FLASHPOINT. New for 2013 on CTV are the drama series PLAYED (working 
title), relationship comedy SATISFACTION, THE AMAZING RACE CANADA, a 
Canadian-produced, complementary version of the hit international series, and 
the half-hour multi-cam comedy SPUN OUT. Scripted series on Bell Media 
specialty channels include two-time Emmy(®)-nominated hit DEGRASSI, ORPHAN 
BLACK, and upcoming drama BITTEN, as well as reality series PANIC BUTTON. In 
total, Bell Media ordered 26 new original Canadian series in 2012, and put 35 
scripted projects into development. 
About Space
Space is home to phenomenal programming including imaginative dramas, epic 
movies, engaging reality series, and the daily entertainment talk show 
INNERSPACE, the source for all-things genre - all in high definition (HD). 
Also home to new Original Series ORPHAN BLACK, and upcoming original programs 
PANIC BUTTON and BITTEN, Space content is always available at Space.ca, and on 
Facebook, @SpaceChannel, and other social media platforms. Space is a division 
of Bell Media, which is owned by BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE), Canada's largest 
communications company. 
- Space - 
Andrea Allen, Space, 416.384.5375 orandrea.allen@bellmedia.ca Christy 
Sullivan, Space, 416.384.3624 orchristy.sullivan@bellmedia.ca 
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