20/20 Performer Bios

Mark Pettit

Mark Pettit

20/20 Action : The Garden of Eden 20/20 Vision : Send Link This marks his second performance with the 20/20 Collective! In 2014 -just a couple years before the Government of Ontario granted free tuition- Mark Pettit graduated from Humber College’s Film & TV Program. Filled with hope, debt and a bunch of directing experience, Mark entered the film world, and was instantly promoted to set PA. After a couple years of working as an AD within the DGC, Mark realized he was supposed to be in front of the camera, not down the block, around the corner and facing...

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Georgia Fourie

Georgia Fourie

  20 / 20 Vision : Lil Tigers Georgia has a Theatre diploma with honours from Canadore College. Her hobbies include crying in public, cooking like her Ouma is standing over her watching, and kissing the snoots of every dog she meets before their owners notice and call her creepy. 

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AJ Paluzzi

AJ Paluzzi

20 / 20 Action : Kill The Children 20 / 20 Vision : Home For The Holidays AJ is a comedic writer and performer living in Toronto. He has performed improv and sketch around the city, including as part of the Second City Conservatory show Help! I've Fallen and I Can't Grow Up! AJ co-wrote, co-produced and performed in the sketch revue Friendly Fire: the Art & Execution of Friendship in the 2019 Toronto Fringe Festival.

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Cameron Sedgwick

Cameron Sedgwick

20/20 Vision : Slice of Delicious Cake Cameron has a BFA in theatre performance from Concordia University. Sometimes he acts. He is pleased to be here.

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Alicia Plummer

Alicia Plummer

20/20 Vision : The Next Five Years Alicia​ is very excited to join this 20/20 performance with Can't Stand Sitting Productions. Alicia is an actor/creator based in Toronto. She recently performed her own original songs at Dark Day Monday's "Boys, Amirite!?", and her recent acting credits include: Monique, in "How We Breathe" at the Paprika Festival, Rayna, in "In Your Hand" with Mixed Company Theatre, and "Territorial Tales" with Canadian Stage. She also enjoys writing poetry, writing music, and playwriting.

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