Born in 1975 in Murrayville, BC, Dylan Rhymer began his comedic career at the age of 18 while still in his senior year of high school. Since then, he has developed as one of Vancouver’s boldest voices in political comedy. Rhymer has performed all over North America and Great Britain, sharing the stage with many great comedians including Zach Galifianakis and Mitch Hedberg. He has made regular appearances on XM Radio and CBC and was featured as the voice of Dick Hackney for the popular videogame Scarface: The World is Yours.
From Kristin Brzoznowski of WorldScreen.com:
- Kim Cattrall Signs On for More Producing Parker
“Kim Cattrall is back on board as the voice of Dee for the second season of Breakthrough Films & Television’s Producing Parker, which will also feature the voice talents of Jason Priestley, Catherine O’Hara and Mark McKinney.” Read more.
From Rick Kissell of Variety:
- ABC’s ‘Blue’ on the rise: Cop drama sees 20% increase in ratings
“ABC’s decision to pick up Canadian series “Rookie Blue” for a second summer is looking like a good one after the cop drama rose nicely and led its broadcast competition in some categories. Overall, ABC, CBS and Fox were in a tight battle for the demo lead.” Read more.
From Kelly Chase of the St. Louis Blues:
- Blog #2: Chaser Gets Punk’d
“The first day of orientation camp was busy. We went out on the ice for about 20 minutes and skated around in our hockey skates. Then we were given these figure skates that they had us fitted for. And let me tell you, the figure skates were ridiculous. They are so different than hockey skates. They have these huge toe-picks on them that is probably going to get somebody hurt.” Read more.
By Pamela Roth of the Regina Leader-Post:
- Spy comedy in works
“Virginia Thompson, co-creator and executive producer of the show, describes it as a spy comedy about the men and women of the fictional National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA), whose mission is to keep the nation safe, sort of.” Read more.