Born in Montreal, Quebec, Sabine Mondestin showed interest in both writing and acting from a young age. At nine years old, she started acting onstage, landing a variety of different parts, but she really became a successful stage actor with the role of Cleopatra, which she played in four productions.
At 15 she won a speech and writing contest, representing Canada with her story called “It’s My Dream”.
At 17 she won a prize from the National Board of Canada (in Montreal: Office National du Film) for one of her fiction stories called “10 Seconds before I Die“. She also won several other writing and speech contests.
Sabine was also a dedicated humanitarian from a young age. She put her passion for justice to work when she took the reins as part of the global organization Amnesty International from the time she was 12 years old until she entered university.
She attended the University of Montreal, graduating with a degree in communication and then she went to the private school PRoMEDIA for a specialization in journalism with a focus on broadcasting.
She was one of the hosts of the popular show called Noir de Monde, was a movie critic for three years, and simultaneously she was hosting a radio show about politics and writing articles for several newspapers.
Sabine returned to her acting career with a recurring role in a French-Canadian TV show, several national commercials and different modelling jobs.
She currently lives in Vancouver, Canada, where she’s landed several parts, one as Cliff‘s (Adrian Holmes) wife in the movie Frankie and Alice starring Halle Berry.
She founded her production company, My Destiny Productions, and writes, direct, and produce her own show, 13 Witches, in which she also acts. The official trailer has already attracted lots of attention from the public.
Growing up in small coastal town in Northeast Queensland, Australia, Steven enjoyed a relaxed surfer lifestyle. He studied graphic design, creative writing, photography, film and language at University of the Sunshine Coast, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree. After graduation, a friend suggested Steven try acting and there was no turning back. He worked on his North American accent and headed for Vancouver, BC.
Since being in Vancouver, Steven says he has been fortunate to have found great mentorship and acting training, with Jeb Beach and Mathew Harrison at The Actor’s Foundry. He has also studied with Cara McDowell, Gina Chiarelli, Ben Parkinson and others. After just a few classes, Steven started to book work and appeared in several short films including “Henry’s War”, which is under consideration in the 168-Hour Film Festival in Los Angeles. He also starred in lead roles in the shorts, “Lucky” and “Game Over” and in television commercials for Nokia, Frisbee and Campbell Soup.
A Rhee Tae Kwon-Do instructor in Australia with 14 years of training, Steven has his black belt and says he is excited to see that many of his fellow actors in “Heart of Dance” are also martial arts enthusiasts. His favorite sports in Australia were free-running (parkour) and surfing, but once Steven moved to Canada’s west coast, the lack of big waves, made him switch pastimes and jump whole heartedly into his new passions - hip hop and break dancing.
Steven says he is excited to be part of a project that combines his love of dance with acting. “Heart of Dance” marks his feature film debut.