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 recently completed filming as the lead in the zombie comedy A Little Bit Zombie. Most recently, Kristopher has appeared as a guest star on such hit series’ as Rookie Blue, The Listener and Being Erica. He received a Gemini nomination for his guest role on the mini-series Bloodletting and Miraculous Cures. Prior to that, Kristopher was a lead on the hit CTV series Instant Star for 4 seasons. He has also guest starred in Murdoch Mysteries, Dark Oracle, Renegadepress, and 2030CE.
His film and MOW credits include starring roles in Without A Paddle: Nature’s Calling, the improvised feature A Wake, Old Fashioned Thanksgiving, Old Fashioned Christmas for Hallmark Channel, and In God’s Country, and Me and Luke for which he was nominated for a Gemini as leading actor.
On stage, Kristopher has preformed in the North American premiere of the play That Face with Sonja Smits, as well as In Gabriel’s Kitchen, This Is Our Youth, Master Harold and The Boys, and received a Dora Nomination for his role in Two Weeks, Twice a Year at LKTYP.