Friday, May 31, 2013

Laura Vandervoort on Etalk for Real Style Magazine Tonight

Make sure you check out Etalk on CTV tonight (31 May) at 7 pm ET to see the behind the scenes of Laura, star for the summer issue of the Real Style Magazine.

First photo of Laura in "almost" werewolf version from set of Bitten

The first great photo of Laura in "almost" werewolf version on the set of Bitten (from her Twitter page).

Laura Vandervoort's interview from set of Bitten on Etalk

Here is the video of the interview to Laura from set of Bitten on Etalk of last night:


Update about Laura Vandervoort as Blue Fox's voice in Captain Canuck web series

From Official Web Site of Laura Vandervoort an update about  Laura Vandervoort as Blue Fox's voice in Captain Canuck web series:

"As recently announced Laura will be lending her voice to the new Canadian web series "Captain Canuck" as the mysterious master of disguise "Blue Fox." Blue Fox is a new Canadian superhero, originally a male character in the old comics. The creative team behind the new series re-imagined Blue Fox as a female and knew Laura would be perfect. Captain Canuck Inc. was founded in 2012 by Fadi Hakim. Entrusted with Richard Comely’s patriotic creation, the partners enlisted television industry veterans Dean Henry and Paul Gardner as Creative Directors to re-imagine Captain Canuck for a new audience. Please visit:".

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Laura Vandervoort on Etalk - Preview

Make sure you checkout Etalk on CTV Today (30 May) to see the interview to Laura and more on Bitten.

Here's the video preview:


Actress Laura Vandervoort Talks About Being Starstruck

A new interview to Laura was published on "Huffington Post Entertainment" made by  Ilana Rapp: LINK.

 "Actress Laura Vandervoort Talks About Being Starstruck

Actress Laura Vandervoort is a werewolf in the upcoming 13-episode Space series "Bitten." You also know her as Supergirl from "Smallville," the alien lizard Lisa from "V" and now she's voicing the animated character, Blue Fox, master of disguise and stealth, in the soon to be released webseries "Captain Canuck."

Fadi Hakim, President of Captain Canuck Inc., describes how Laura was cast as the dangerous assassin Blue Fox:

"It was after a panel interview for 'Bitten' hosted by Space's Ajay Fry. We met shortly after in the green room along with Kris Holden-Reid and Paul Amos (both from the Showcase / SyFy hit TV series "Lost Girl.") She got excited immediately and we were in talks shortly thereafter.

I always thought Laura would be a brilliant fit for the role of Blue Fox. Her work as Supergirl in 'Smallville' and Lisa in 'V' proves that she has the range and moxie to voice the mysterious character.

On a side and personal note, she voiced Mary Jane Watson in the video game, 'Spiderman: Edge of Time,' a game I played non-stop with my nephew when he was nine years-old. These times were of course very near and dear to my heart.

Laura will be in the studio early-mid June and I can't wait to get a shot of her in a Captain Canuck Club Member t-shirt!"

And now some questions and answers with Laura Vandervoort!

Where'd your dimples come from?

Hahahah. I don't know where they came from. Usually they apparently disappear as we get older. Mine seem to have stuck around. Likely from the Vandervoort side of my family. My mom always told me that my dimples were from two little angels that came into my room at night and kissed in my cheeks. Hahaha kinda creepy now that I think about it. Hahaha.

Why did you move from Canada to California?

I made the transition once "V" and "Smallville" were completed. It is an important move as an actor. Trying a new market, getting the American market and industry to take notice. I had been going to Los Angeles since I was a teen for pilot season but officially moved two years ago.

Do you enjoy doing appearances such as conventions or is it just a hassle at this point?

I have been doing conventions for years now. It all started when i was cast as Supergirl and "Smallville" threw me into San Diego ComicCon. It was definitely overwhelming but an incredible experience. The SciFi fans are the most dedicated fans out there. I love meeting them and chatting one on one. I love meeting the young girls who look up to me as a strong female action hero. I never want to disappoint them. I know what it's like to have someone you admire. I know how much it means when you get to meet them and make that connection. Thus conventions are just as important to me as they are to the fans.

(Laura started in show business as a child) 

Are you starstruck at all?

I do get star struck. I'm really not that slick or smooth. One of my first crushes was Mark Wahlberg. I had the pleasure of working with him in the feature "Ted." I had a few scenes with him and literally just tried to make it through and not forget my lines. He was so kind. I must say I stayed professional and never really flipped out (in front of him.) He did improvise with me at one point and it completely threw me. I went beet red but recovered. Lol.

On average, how many auditions do you go on per month?

It truly depends on the time of year. Pilot season can be insane. Anywhere from one to four auditions a day sometimes. So many actors work their butts off during pilot season. I often look over on the freeway and see them rehearsing while driving...or changing wardrobe in their car. It's a crazy speed and we all want to be 100% prepared for each. It's exhausting. Other times auditions can be far and few between. It really depends ,as well, on the "theme" of the year. i.e. Are the 20-something age range TV shows and guest stars popular that year? Or is it the "Desperate Housewives" and "Army Wives" that are popular.? It all depends on script intent, age, look etc. When actors aren't working, they're looking for work. It never stops if they're driven.

(Laura and her Dad)

Describe your relationship with your family.

I am very close with my family. I am extremely blessed. My sister and I talk daily as do my mom and I. I've started getting my dad into texting so that's great. I'm my father's son so he and I often workout together and hit the driving range. My Mom has always been my center of support and where I go for advice or to vent. She supports and celebrates everything I do. I really am blessed. My sister recently married and so we have welcomed a new brother-in-law into the family... Mike! It's amazing. I finally have a big brother. My sister and I didn't always get along as kids but now we are really there for one another. Family is the most important thing in the world. A home base for the heart and soul in this crazy industry where we are traveling all the time. Family is really a sort of emotional roots.

Is "Bitten" a first for you where you're playing a werewolf?

"Bitten" is a wonderful series based on Kelley Armstrong novels. A Canadian series with a strong female lead. I always look for strong female roles. This one came to me. It is my first time playing a wolf... And Elena Michaels is so complex and a real joy to play. We try to always find an animal side to every scene. Whether it be how I move in a scene, how I fight or how I do love scenes... There's always an animal touch.

Do you dream in color?

I believe all dreams are symbolic and a message to us. I often have very vivid dreams. I believe our dreams are trying to tell us how we are feeling externally and internally. It is our body and mind talking to us. I do have a few dream catchers in my room above my bed. Some I want to catch. Some I want to forget".

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Some news from the set of Bitten ad more..

Some news from the set of "Bitten":
 The filming continues, although yesterday were delayed by the rain.
 Laura has posted some funny tweets with videos about this:
 Here is the video: LINK

In one of these we see his colleague actor Steve Lund while playing with an umbrella on the set:
 Video: LINK

Then, Laura has shared with us all the tragic story of Matt, he is the son of Jennifer, yesterday they were special guests on Bitten:

   To read the story of Matt here is the: LINK

And more, today, Laura posted this amazing video of Greyston Holt who plays the guitar before starting the shoot:
 Video: LINK

Finally, make sure you checkout Etalk on CTV Thursday (30 May) to see the interview to Laura and more on Bitten. Always Etalk, Friday (31 May) will be airing an interview from the set of Laura's new magazine spread and fashion cover for "Real Style Magazine". The magazine can be found online from Friday: LINK.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Innerspace interview Laura Vandervoort on the set of bitten

 Innerspace (Space Channel) was on the set of Bitten (Hespeler, Ontario) where he interviewed the series stars Laura Vandervoort and Greyston Holt.
To read the article visit the Space Channel Blog: LINK

Friday, May 24, 2013

Latest news about Laura Vandervoort

While are in progress the filming of Bitten, other exciting news have been revealed about Laura and her projects.

The actress tweeted in these days that her project about her children's book "Super Duper Deelia" is in progress and that soon there will be news about it.

Here's a new preview posted by her (For the previous info about this topic click here: LINK):

Also, Laura has appeared with the cast of Bitten on Innerspace (Space Channel) on May 22 and will soon also on Etalk (CTV).

Here's an amazing photo of Laura with actor Greyston Holt from the set:

While here they are with Teddy Wilson of Innerspace:

While Laura here is with producer team Wil Zmak and Norman Denver:

Then, the Real Style Magazine has revealed on twitter that the beautiful Laura will appear on the new issue of June Summer 2013 with a interview and stunning photos.

Also remember that Captain Canuck needs YOUR help! Help to realize the animated web series of Captain Canuck, where Laura will give her voice to character of Blue Fox. Click here to learn how: LINK

Go Laura!!! Conquers the world!!!

Updates as soon as available....

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Cubicle Warriors Trailer

Here you can see the trailer of Laura's movie "CUBICLE WARRIORS": LINK.  

 Some info on the movie:
Cubicle Warriors (Movie, 2013)
An office comedy about two best friend finance grads who embark on a crazy mission to stop an investment bank from closing a crooked deal involving student loans.

Director: Jeff Stephenson
Scriptwriter: Adam Bradley, Robert Budreau
Key cast: Michael Seater, Joe Dinicol, Brandon Firla, Grace Lynn Kung, Nicholas Campbell, Diane Flacks, with Alan Thicke, and Laura Vandervoort

Distributed by Breakthrough Entertainment. For more information contact:

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Updates about Bitten

Yesterday Laura gave to her fans on twitter this her beautiful photo with the actor and colleague Greyston Holt from the set of Bitten...

...Tweeting this: Vandiekins22: "A moment with #Clay #Elena in between scenes. @greystonh Apparently Grey never breaks character..."

Then another article that talks about Laura and Bitten, titled "Bitten, The Series: Everything You Need To Know So Far" via Morgan O'Halloran and Box Office Buz: LINK.

I want to remind all of you to follow the cast members of Bitten on Twitter:

- Paul Greene (Philip): @paulgreenemedia
- Greg Bryk (Jeremy): @GregBryk
- Greyston Holt (Clayton): @greystonh
- Natalie Brown (Diane): @Brownnmiss 

Updated, May 22, 2013: Another photo taken by Rachel G (Space Channel's head of programming) from the table read of Bitten's episode 1x05:


Friday, May 17, 2013

Laura Vandervoort as Supergirl on the latest issue of Smallville Season 11

Check out the new look of Laura as Supergirl on the latest issue of Smallville Season 11.

 Some info on this issue:

Smallville: Season 11 #47
When Clark rescues his centuries-lost cousin Kara from her prison, he must decide where he stands. Because EarthGov and New Krypton are at war, and the Legion is caught in the middle! "Argo" part 4 of 9.

For more info or buy your digital copy: LINK

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Photos from set of Bitten

The shooting of Bitten are continuing in the town of Hespeler, Ontario (Canada). Here are photos taken today from the set with Laura\Elena and Greyston Holt\Clayton.


Thanks to Wendy Hood-Morris,  , , (Their Website) and @ HespelerBIA for publishing these photos on twitter\facebook.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Visit to set of Bitten

Original Source: Space Channel Web Site: LINK

"InnerSpace visits the set of Bitten.

InnerSpace went on location to the super lux set of Bitten to meet the cast and learn a little more about what’s in store from this racy werewolf drama. Series star Laura Vandervoort talks about what it’s like to play a werewolf trapped between two lives, while her co-star Greyston Holt apologizes for not having a southern accent like his character from the books—though he’s still pretty hot without one. Which is good, because as Vandervoort says, Bitten doesn't shy away from showing the characters’ animalistic sides—whether they’re howling at the moon or getting beastly in the bedroom."


... And then here to you all a funny pic of laura from the set, posted by her on Twitter:


Other news on the involvement of Laura Vandervoort in the Captain Canuck Web Series

Other news on the involvement of Laura Vandervoort in the Captain Canuck Web Series (below on picture to right there are some info on BLUE FOX, the character that will have the voice of Laura): 

Official Teaser:

An article with more details about the topic has been published on KSite, titled "Laura Vandervoort To Play A Superhero Again In Captain Canuck Web Series": CLICK HERE TO READ IT.

Other articles here:  LINK1, LINK2.

Updated to May 22, 2013: Another article titled "Captain Canuck is Back! And he needs your help": LINK.

Friday, May 10, 2013

Laura Vandervoort will be the voice of "Blue Fox" in "Captain Canuck" series

Laura Vandervoort will be the voice of "Blue Fox" in Captain Canuck series.
Here is part of the article with the announcement:

"Smallville’s Laura Vandervoort joins cast of Indiegogo-funded Captain Canuck web series.
Original Source: Financial Post: LINK

Supergirl will be flying North to star in the Captain Canuck animated web series.
Laura Vandervoort will be bringing her voice talents to the enigmatic Blue Fox in the new series that is currently seeking online funding.

"We are thrilled that Laura is joining our cast,” Dean Henry, creative director at Captain Canuck Inc., said in a press release".

Full Article: Here
For more info on Captain Canuck visit his Official Web Site: LINK

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Laura Vandervoort, 'Bitten' Star, Becoming A Werewolf

A new articles about the last news on Laura and her new series Bitten:

"Laura Vandervoort, 'Bitten' Star, Becoming A Werewolf
Original Source: Huffington Post Canada: LINK

 Werewolves, vampires and the supernatural are dominating the zeitgeist, but one thing we don't have yet is coming to Space in early 2014: a female werewolf on TV.

Played by Canadian actress Laura Vandervoort ("Smallville," "Ted"), the 13-episode series is called "Bitten," and will be shot in and around Toronto. Based on the critically acclaimed "Women Of The Otherworld" novels by Canadian author Kelley Armstrong, the show centres on foster child Elena Michaels (Vandervoort), who craves a “normal” life and thinks she's finally found it with her boyfriend Clayton Danvers (Greyston Holt, "Durham County," "Fringe").

But the secret life he kept from her ends up changing her forever -- with one small bite, Elena is forced to survive life with the Pack as a werewolf. Still craving the normal life she lost, Elena finds refuge in Toronto working as a photographer and dating a new man.

Hiding her werewolf existence from her ad-exec boyfriend Philip McAdams (Paul Greene, "Harry's Law"), Elena is pulled back into her former life when bodies turn up in the backwoods of Stonehaven, the rural mansion that has served as a werewolf sanctuary for generations. Caught between two worlds and two loves, Elena returns to Stonehaven out of duty, turning to Clay’s foster father and leader of the Pack Jeremy Danvers (Greg Bryk, "The Gathering," "Rookie Blue") for support.

Once back in the fold, Elena realizes that when push comes to shove, like any true alpha female, she’ll stop at nothing to defend her family
Other articles on this topic:
by Ksite LINK and by SciFiAndTvTalk: LINK.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

First Look: photos from the set of Bitten

Today is an great Day: Bitten is set to premiere in January 2014 and the Space Channel Web Site has released the first photos from the set of Bitten and a article about it:
"First Look: photos from the set of Bitten 
by: Eleni Deacon
Original Source: Space Channel Blog: LINK 

Now that production is underway for the Space original series Bitten, we’ve got some first nibbles for you to feast your eyes on. The show stars Laura Vandervoort as Elena Michaels, the world’s only female werewolf. Once a foster child, Elena had been living what she thought was a normal life with her boyfriend Clayton Danvers (Greyston Holt) when she learned his dark secret the hard way: he was a werewolf, and with one small bite, she became one too.

After years surviving with the Pack at Stonehaven, a rural mansion that has served as a werewolf sanctuary for generations, Elena escapes to Toronto, where she starts working as a photographer and dating an ad exec named Philip McAdams (Paul Greene). But when bodies start turning up in Stonehaven’s backwoods, Elena returns home and finds herself caught between the life she wants and the family to which she’s bound.

Based on the bestselling novels by Canadian writer Kelley Armstong, Bitten also stars Greg Bryk as Jeremy Danvers, Clay’s foster father and leader of the Pack. The 13-episode first season is set to premiere in early 2014 on Space.

But in the meantime, scroll down to howl at some pics! 

(Greg Bryk looking fatherly in his role as Pack Alpha Jeremy Danvers)

(Series star Laura Vandervoort)

(Fellow werewolves Laura Vandervoort and Greyston Holt)

(Greyston Holt as studly werewolf Clayton Danvers)

(Your first glimpse into Stonehaven, the generations-old werewolf sanctuary)".

News on Laura Vandervoort 's Movie "Cubicle Warriors"

While continues the post-production works of movie, here's some news about it:

"Breakthrough adds Cubicle Warriors for Cannes

The Toronto-based company has added Cubicle Warriors to its Cannes sales slate.

The Movie will receive his world premiere screening at the market. Breakthrough Entertainment handles worldwide distribution excluding Canada on Cubicle Warriors.

Cubicle Warriors stars Alan Thicke, Laura Vandervoort, Michael Seater is an office comedy about two best friends who try to stop an investment bank from cheating with student loans. Jeff Stephenson directed.

“The acquisition of Cubicle Warriors brings an exciting addition to our drama and comedy motion picture rosters, which boasts a significant line-up of quality films with stellar casts,” said Marina Cordoni vp of movies for Canadian producer Breakthrough."

Original Source: Screen Daily
Previous news about the movie: LINK

Nature photo gallery from set of Bitten made by Laura Vandervoort

A new photo gallery has been added on official website of Laura Vandervoort with nature photos that she took with cell phone while filming on the set of her new show "BITTEN". 

 Here is the link to see the galley:  LINK

Saturday, May 4, 2013

Laura Vandervoort serves on the Advisory Board of The Hugs and Kisses Animal Fund

  Laura has announced that from today serves on the Advisory Board of The Hugs and Kisses Animal Fund.

The Hugs & Kisses Animal Fund is a privately funded California 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation dedicated to the financial support of humane organizations. Our mission is to be the outsourced fundraising arm for small animal rescue organizations for which a staff fundraising person is unfeasible, and for which other financial resources are unavailable.

The organization consists of a group of community leaders concerned about the growing inability of our “Humane Heroes” and rescue organizations to provide care and shelter in today’s trying economic times. The Fund focuses its grants on supporting the health and welfare of all animals including but not limited to; organizations charged with population control, providing training for use in therapy, support of persons with disabilities, as well as organizations involved in shelter, rehabilitation and placement in good homes.

It is our goal to be the “United Way” for animal organizations. We will provide grants to small “mom and pop” animal welfare organizations across the United States to support ongoing operations or in times of emergency. This fund will keep humane staff doing actual rescue work, care and placement without worrying about raising money for their efforts

Here is the link to their site: HERE!

Yet another demonstration of how is GREAT the heart of Laura, always ready to help. A Big Heart for a Big Star!!!

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

New Cambridge Times Article about Laura Vandervoort and (her) Bitten series filmed in Hespeler

"Hespeler very much a ‘character’ in Bitten series
Source: Cambridge Times: LINK

 (Hespeler very much a ‘character’ in Bitten series. Actress Laura Vandervoort gets into a cab on the set of Bitten, being filmed, in part, in Hespeler. Photo taken on April 17. Lisa Rutledge)

Local residents will notice a familiar ‘character’ in every episode of the Bitten television series, which is currently in production.

A significant portion of the show – set to premiere on the Space channel next year – is being filmed in Hespeler. Film crews first arrived on April 17, turning the streets into their set and re-branding local businesses to suite their story; they are returning today (May 1) to do the same thing.

And local filming is far from complete.

“The show is set in Toronto and in a fictitious up-state New York town called Bear Valley. We needed kind of a small town appeal and we looked all over the surrounding Toronto area and land on Hespeler as the great main street, small town that fit our story perfectly,” explained J.B. Sugar, executive producer.

“It’s the size of the main street area, the quaintness of the town and the proximity to what now has become our main exterior location for our werewolves, which is called Stone Haven (filmed at an estate property just outside of Cambridge).”

The show, based on the acclaimed Women of the Otherworld series of novels by Canadian author Kelly Armstrong, stars Laura Vandervoort (Smallville, Ted, Identity Theft) as Elena Michaels, the world’s only female werewolf. Her co-stars include Greg Bryk (A History of Violence, Rookie Blue), Greyston Holt (Durham County, Alcatraz) and Paul Greene (The Client List, Wicked Wicked Games).

For the most part, filming is being done in Toronto, a Hamilton location and Hespeler.

“We’ll be doing at least a day an episode. Sometimes more,” Sugar said of the frequency of filming in the fictional Bear Valley. “It’s definitely a character in our piece, the locations, and it really speaks to the dichotomy between two worlds our lead character is pulled between – her urban human life and her suburban werewolf existence.

“It’s very important to the success of the show to have these set pieces for us to shoot in,” he added referring to Hespeler. “We’re extremely pleased with what we’re getting on-screen and … working in these towns.”

While it’s difficult to predict precisely when future filming will take place, the executive producer said he welcomes local residents to come see what they’re all about.

“Every episode kind of has it’s own schedule and it’s a moving target. We’ll definitely be back for our next coming episode, but haven’t locked in the date yet,” he said.

“It’s certainly great to have the support when people come out,” Sugar added, requesting that onlookers to be mindful of the crew.

Asked what public response to Bitten’s Hespeler filming has been like, he described it as “unbelievably pleasant” and beyond what he’s seen elsewhere.

“We were welcomed our very first day by signs on the street saying ‘welcome werewolves’ and we were all very touched by the fact that one of the local restaurants actually named a sandwich after our lead actress, Laura Vandervoort, and made a J.B. Sugar espresso,” Sugar said, referring to Montys Tapas Wine Bar. “It was really a welcome change from what we’re used to.”

At this point, 13 episodes of Bitten have been ordered, each an hour-long (minus commercials). It’s not known what fate holds for the show beyond that.

“If everybody in Cambridge, Hamilton and Toronto want to watch the show, that will definitely help,” Sugar said of the prospect of additional seasons. “It’s kind of dependent on various factors, some of which are out of our control, so we just focus on making the best show we can and hope the audience responds.”

With 13 novels in the Women of the Otherworld series – though some go into other areas of the supernatural realm – he doubts they’ll run out of material anytime soon. And if additional seasons are ordered, they’ll “absolutely” be back in Hespeler filming.

Cambridge Times Article about Laura Vandervoort and the Bitten's shooting

 Here an article published on Cambridge Times about Laura and  the filming of Bitten in Hespeler.

Here is the article: Apr 18, 2013,

"Hespeler ready for its closeup:
Local shutterbugs are smitten with bitten.

When Tracy Durnan opened her nail salon in downtown Hespeler, she likely never imagined her storefront window would bear a poster warning of werewolf attacks.

The sign blares out the warning: “A wolf has killed a human in the neighbourhood: Please do not leave children and/or your pets unattended.”

There are few occasions when threats of death, dismemberment and chowing down on small children are considered humourous.

This is one of those times. In fact, the entire village of Hespeler is in on the joke.

The streets of Hespeler have undergone a transformation this week, as crews filming the new television series Bitten have turned downtown stores into a sleepy, but tortured, New York town dubbed Bear Valley.

The new series, based on Canadian author Kelley Armstrong’s Bitten book series, is using the Hespeler downtown as a backdrop for the science-fiction meets romance story. And the locals are loving the attention.

“I think it’s great for Hespeler,” said Durnan.

“All the girls brought their cameras so they could take pictures.”

The Tips and Toes salon owner is even coming up with her own lines, joking that if the locals start turning into werewolves, she’s going to have to create an entirely different kind of manicure.

Even the interior of Ernie’s Roadhouse was refashioned for the shoot.

Durnan was one of many local residents and business owners lining the downtown street to catch the commotion, hoping to get a glimpse of filming.

And they have.

On Wednesday afternoon, locals were able to see crews shoot scenes with lead role actor, Toronto’s Laura Vandervoort, who plays Elena, the story’s long-haired blonde beauty, who also happens to be the world’s only woman werewolf.

It’s the classic romantic sci-fi story of girl meets boy, who is actually a werewolf. Boy bites girl, then girl falls in love with another boy, who’s not a wolf.

Vandervoort’s character is torn between life as a werewolf and the human world - loyalty and love.

Hespelerites are enjoying the spotlight, turning into amateur paparazzis, snapping photos of sets, crews and actors and posting their pictures on Twitter and Facebook.
For updates on local Bitten filming, visit the Hespeler Village Facebook at