Greg Russell Tiderington as James!
Apart from being the moderator of Racks & Razors Greg started out in the entertainment field as a sketch artist before he learned to talk eventually leading him by being interviewed on local newspapers and a spot on the 6'0Clock News. He also did comic strips for his school paper.
Then during his senior highschool years he was bittten by the acting bug and did some independent scholarship one act plays.
After he grauduated he volunteered at his local community cable station by doing camera and audio eventually leading to appearing in front of the camera with his own TV specials.
He then took some small acting workshops and then landed supporting roles in many community theatre productions most notably in A Woman Of No Importance, Pajama Game and Sleeping Beauty.
After the millenium he got into starring in short and feature underground horror films including They Came from the Attic, Streaks in the Mirror and Room for Rent.
Official Site: www.gregrusselltiderington.com

 

Irma Arkus as Mary!
Irma is the creator, producer, writer and host of HiSciFi HiSciFi which is taped and broadcast live, every Friday at 5:00-6:00 p.m. on CJSF 90.1FM in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.
Over the years, she noticed that the idea of sitting by herself in a studio is unappealing, and potentially dangerously unfunny too.
So, Irma had quite a few lovely co-hosts over the years: Andrew Yang, Jevon Ryan, Gregory Milne, and Tarek Suliman. Irma is evidently a man-eater.

Official Site:
www.hiscifi.com

 

Gregory Milne as Narrator!
Gregory Milne is a writer, producer and director in the greater Vancouver area.
His first feature film (co-directed and co-produced) Without Light is now available on DVD throughout the United States.
He is also the co-founder of www.VanCityAngels.com . Currently he can be found alongside Irma Arkus on the Hi-Sci-Fi radio show.
 

 

Tarek Sulliman as Mortimer
Born in Montreal, Quebec, in 1982, Tarek F. Suliman moved to Canada&rsquos west coast where he is a perpetual bioscience student at Simon Fraser University near Vancouver, British Columbia.
He jumps from one research assistant gig to another in search of a principal investigator who can teach him how to distill the essence of The Funk - The Bomb with which to plunge the world into a psychedelic orgasm of drooling, clawing, writhing cortico-limbic ecstasy.
When not pursuing routes of psycho-sexual warfare, and other delusions of grandeur, his other interests include nervous system development, evolution, molecular biology, biopsychology, and non-linear dynamics in living systems.
Tarek was the president of the SFU Film Club (formerly Asone Studio), from 2005 to 2007, where he wrote, performed in, and assisted with the production of a number of short films.
He regularly co-hosts on CJSF Hi-Sci-Fi with Irma Arkus and Gregory Milne.
 

 

Irma Arkus / Radio Play Director
Irma is the creator, producer, writer and host of HiSciFi HiSciFi which is taped and broadcast live, every Friday at 5:00-6:00 p.m. on CJSF 90.1FM in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.
Over the years, she noticed that the idea of sitting by herself in a studio is unappealing, and potentially dangerously unfunny too.
So, Irma had quite a few lovely co-hosts over the years: Andrew Yang, Jevon Ryan, Gregory Milne, and Tarek Suliman. Irma is evidently a man-eater.
Official Site: www.hiscifi.com

 

Moss Whelan / Writer
Moss Whelan writes mainly about the farthest outpost of the British Empire (Vancouver, BC) where he lives with his wife, typewriters, andfile cabinets.
He's written a novel and many short stories in the horror genre.
 

 

Dave Cockran aka Johnny Cockles / Sound Engineer!
Dave was is 25 years of age and is born in Elmvale, Ontario and works for Rogers Radio here in Vancouver which is connected to other stations in the local area like Jack FM, Clear FM, News 1130, Star 98.3, Mountain FM and Country 107.1.
Dave also enjoys writing and loves horror films ever since he watched Scream which was the comeback to the horror film craze.
His favourite horror movies are Army of Darkness, Dawn of the Dead, Shaun of the Dead, Night of the Living Dead, The Ring and The Fog (Original).
His favourite bands are They Might Be Giants, Rob Zombie, Beck and Schoolyard Heroes.
Dave enjoys camping (Watch out for Jason Voorhees) and his favourite seasons are Halloween and Christmas.
We are very happy that he came on board with us giving us the news each month on whats happening in the horror industry and well as introducing each segment on our show here.