From a media release:
E1 Entertainment and Force Four Films Announce Start of Production on Canwest Original Television Series Shattered
- Callum Keith Rennie to star as homicide detective with a secret
- Molly Parker joins talented cast
E1 Entertainment and Force Four Films announced today that principal photography is underway on the Canadian original television series, Shattered. The series stars acclaimed actor Callum Keith Rennie (24, FlashForward, Battlestar Galactica, Californication) who plays a smart and unconventional homicide detective with a chilling secret. Gemini-Award winning actor, Camille Sullivan (Intelligence, Reunion, Da Vinci’s Inquest) plays Amy Lynch, Rennie’s new partner on the homicide squad. Molly Parker (The Road, Deadwood, Swingtown) is set to play Rennie’s wife, Ella. This raw and emotional drama series is filming in and around Vancouver. Shattered is scheduled to air on Showcase in 2010, and is currently being shopped in the US by E1 Entertainment.
Callum Keith Rennie plays Ben Sullivan, a tough, smart homicide detective with Dissociative Identity Disorder, also known as Multiple Personality Disorder. In the first moments of the series, Ben is bonded in blood to his tough, beautiful partner Amy Lynch, played by Camille Sullivan. While they work to solve the murder cases that cross their desk daily, Ben copes with the fascinating complexities of his secret disorder, and the uncertainty of never knowing which alternate personality will surface, or when.
Series regulars include actors Karen LeBlanc (Defying Gravity, ReGenesis) as Sergeant Pam â€˜TC’ Garrett, ClÃ© Bennett (Barney’s Version, The Line) as John â€˜Hall’ Holland a young, handsome and ambitious detective and Martin Cummins (Dark Angel) plays Terry Rhodes, Ben’s best friend and ex-partner.
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