Get to know the founders of Alright Alice Productions
Brittany Charlotte Smith is an actor, singer and dancer who trained at Toronto's The Second City and was cast in their House Company. Recent credits include supporting lead roles in The Marriage Pact, I Won't Let You Go (Lifetime), Christmas à la Carte (Lifetime), Deadly Influencer (Lifetime) and Suits (NBC), she was a series regular on the CBC series According to Kids. Brittany has appeared in a number of national commercials including Astro Yogurt, Winners, Pizza Hut, and Smartfood Popcorn.
Brittany divides her time between Los Angeles and Toronto.
Producer/Writer credits include;
The Care Giver, Amouraphobia, Artifice, What Became of Us.
From a young age Cory has been deeply passionate about storytelling through the lens of acting and filmmaking. An avid proponent of the generation and promotion of Canadian content and artists, AAP has given Cory an opportunity to personally influence the development and transmission of Canadian voices and stories through films produced by AAP, as well as through initiatives such as panel nights focused on a wide array of topics concerning the creation, distribution, and promotion of Canadian film. ..
Cory plays the role of Al Cooper in the upcoming thriller 'Target Number One' starring alongside Josh Hartnett, Jim Gaffigan, and Stephen McHattie. He also stars in the short film 'Shoegazer' which will premiere at the 2020 Canadian Film Festival. Cory's television credits include Murdoch Mysteries and CW's Reign, as well as numerous national and international commercial spots. He holds an M.F.A in acting from The University of South Carolina, a B.A (Hons) in Anthropology from McGill University, and is a graduate of the prestigious School at Steppenwolf located in Chicago.
Originally from Winnipeg, Graham believes in creating stories that help quantify the human experience. With a wide range of experience including producing, acting, writing, and business development; Graham has found a true purpose in the building and expansion of the Alright Alice Productions message.
Kelly McNamee is a Toronto based performer and filmmaker. She has appeared in television series such as Murdoch Mysteries, 12 Monkeys, Rogue, Sensitive Skin, and The Next Step Aftershow. Theatre credits include Boy In The Moon (Crow’s Theatre) & Domesticated (Company Theatre/CanStage). She is currently in post-production for short films Maybe You Should Be Careful and Artifice. Both of which she co-produced and starred in. In addition to her film and acting work, she makes up one third of Lunar Bloom, an all female, vocal, folk, trio.
My draw to acting has always been a curiosity about the world each person builds for themselves: the genesis of their opinions, their blind spots, what they adore and why, what they hate, why they do things to their own detriment or gain. I want the things that set us apart to draw compassion from a viewer, even when it's difficult, unappealing, or seemingly dangerous.I also just like playing dress up.
Past credits include: The Windless Days, Office Romance, Sorry I Can't Come to Your Show, Antisocial the Web Series, and various docudramas wherein I am trapped in the 80s and being chased by ghosts.
From a young age, Samantha has always been a creative spirit with a wild imagination. For a little girl who wanted to grow up to be a Doctor… and a Painter...and a Scientist…and a Vet… and a Vampire, a Teacher, a Feng Shui Consultant, a Fairy, a Barista, an International Spy and a Wizard - It was clear that Acting was the only way she was going to be able to live all of these stories in one lifetime. So far she’s played 2 of the roles on the list! Can you guess which ones?
Sam has led two feature films Disintegrate (2019) and The Intersection (2019) and held the supporting role in the psychological horror Hammer of the Gods (2019) which she also helped to produce. The collaborative spirit of filmmaking is something she is greatly fond of, she is thrilled to be bringing stories to life with Alright Alice Productions.
Born and raised on Vancouver Island, Sean produced, directed, wrote, and starred in many one man productions... in his parents living room while they hosted dinner parties. His need for storytelling (attention) has lead him to Toronto and given him many great acting opportunities. some include, Orchard, Forbidden, Murder U, and Street Series. He has also Written, Produced and Directed his own film, Winter, with his partner Iain.
Sean is very grateful to have found this group of like minded artists and is excited to share what we create with you all!
“I've always been a lover of stories. Whether sharing, consuming, or creating, I always find myself drawn back to great narrative. My unending compulsion to share the truth has found this discipline to be its most suitable vehicle, and I hope you like what I've got to share.”
Selected Credits; Artifice, Speak You Mind, Patch Town, Midnight Interlude