Gavin MurphyNow a Psychiatrist with his own office in the Executive Corridor, Season 2 sees Dr. Gavin Murphy garnering more respect and being taken seriously by his Hope Zion colleagues. He’s shrinking more this Season, and really getting through to his patients -- he’s even approached later on by Dr. Charlie Harris. All in all, life is moving along well for Gavin -- he’s even taken the next steps with Maggie in deciding to cohabitate and build a life together. But, when a secret Maggie’s been concealing is revealed, he is faced with one of the greatest feats of his life. It’ll take all of Gavin’s emotional strength to get through this Season and remain rational and steady.
Kristopher TurnerKristopher Turner previously starred in "The L.A. Complex" and CTV’s "Instant Star." He has also guest starred on hit series such as "Rookie Blue," "Beauty And The Best," "The Listener," "Being Erica," "Murdoch Mysteries," and "Dark Oracle," as well as his Gemini-nominated performance in the mini-series "Bloodletting & Muraculous Cures."
His film and MOW credits include starring roles in: "A Little Bit Zombie," "Without A Paddle: Nature’s Calling," the improvised feature "A Wake, The Triumph of Dingus McGraw," "Old Fashioned Thanksgiving," and "Old Fashioned Christmas." He was also nominated for a Gemini as a Leading Actor for his performance in "Me and Luke." He recently completed the Hallmark MOW "Mr. Fiction."
On stage, Turner has performed in the North American premiere of the play "That Face," as well as, In Gabriel’s Kitchen, "This Is Our Youth," "Master Harold," and "The Boys." He received a Dora Nomination for his role in "Two Weeks, Twice a Year." Watch for Turner in the upcoming feature film, "Wingman Inc."