Wednesday, January 31, 2001

Laura Vandervoort is appeared as guest star in an episode of the series "Twice in a Lifetime".

Laura Vandervoort is appeared as guest star in an episode of the series "Twice in a Lifetime" in the role of Misty Reynolds in the episode: "Even Steven" (season 2, episode 15).

Some info on the series:

Twice in a Lifetime
(TV series)

Twice in a Lifetime is a Canadian mystery/drama series that originally aired from 1999 to 2001. Created by Steve Sohmer, the series aired on CTV in Canada and PAX in the United States.

Genre: Drama/Mystery
Created by Steve Sohmer
Written by Randy Brown, Liz Coe, Star Frohman, Babs Greyhosky, Jim Kramer, Neil Landau, Suzanne Marcus Levine, Pamela K. Long, Mike Scott, Steve Sohmer, Marcy Vosburgh, Robert Wolterstorff.
Directed by Graeme Campbell, Holly Dale, Steve DiMarco, Alan Goluboff, Manfred Guthe, Allan King, Eleanor Lindo, Graeme Lynch, David Winning.
Starring: Al Waxman, Gordie Brown. Paul Popowich.
Theme music composer: Glenn Morley
Composer(s): Marvin Dolgay, Glenn Morley
Country of origin: Canada
Language(s): English
No. of seasons: 2
No. of episodes: 44
Executive producer(s): Stephen J. Brackely (2000-2001), Pamela K. Long (2000-2001), Michael Prupas (1999-2000), Barney Rosenzweig (1999-2000)
Producer(s): Paul Leishman, Deborah Nathan, Michael J. Maschio, Paula Smith, Marilyn Stonehouse
Editor(s): Jean Coulombe, Eric Goddard, Rob MacKinnon, Brett Sullivan
Cinematography: Manfred Guthe, Maris H. Jansons, Harald Ortenburger
Running time: 60 minutes
Broadcast: Original channel: CTV
Original run: August 25, 1999 – May 30, 2001

A key concept to the series was that each episode featured a different guest star in the leading role, while series regulars played a supporting role. Episodes centered around an individual who had reached the end of their life in one timeline, and due to circumstances seen by their advocate or the judge, been given 3 days to travel into their past and convince their younger self to make a different choice at a pivotal point to affect a different outcome.
Season One featured Gordie Brown as Mr. Jones, and Paul Popowich played the role of Mr. Smith in Season Two. Al Waxman, who played Judge Othniel, died shortly before the end of the series.

Production notes:
Ten episodes were directed by scifi veteran David Winning; including "The Trouble with Harry" (Jere Burns, Brent Carver), "Moonshine Over Harlem" (Earle Hyman) and "It's a Hard Knock Life" (Markie Post). Veteran television producer Barney Rosenzweig (Charlie's Angels, Cagney and Lacey) oversaw the first season of the series.