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ACISE-LA Reveals New Canadian Ambassadors

ACISE-LA Announces New Canadian Ambassadors

The Academy for Canadians in Sports and Entertainment – Los Angeles (ACISE-LA) has announced three new entertainment ambassadors: actress Kathleen Robertson, actor Jonathan Keltz and Oscar-nominated director Yan England.
 
In addition, ACISE-LA is open to new members and recently launched its website acise.la (along with all major social media channels) so potential members can learn how to join. 
 
Robertson (“Bates Motel”, Hollywoodland) is currently featured on “Murder In The First” on TNT. She was born in Hamilton, Ontario.
 
Keltz (“21 and Over”, “Breach”) is a regular on the series “Reign” on CW. Keltz was raised in Toronto.
 
England is an Oscar-nominated director in the Short Films category for “Henry”. He currently acts on the Quebec series Trauma. He was born in Montreal, Quebec.
 
Robertson, Keltz and England will join fellow ambassadors Emily Hampshire (“Cosmopolis”, “All The Wrong Reasons”) and Suzanne Clément (“Laurence Anyways”, “Mommy”) as representatives of the ACISE-LA.
 
About ACISE-LA:
ACISE-LA is a privately funded, non-profit organization for the promotion of Canadian entertainment and sports talent in the United States. Membership extends to acting and directing talent belonging to the trade unions (DGA, SAG-AFTRA). Its members will include Canadian athletes who compete for franchises (NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB, MLS) as well as Canadian Olympians.
 

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